It’s that time of year again! The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will soon face off with the Kansas City Chiefs in what will surely be a Super Bowl to remember. While our Super Bowl watch parties might be taking place over Zoom this year, there’s no reason to sacrifice the traditional epic Super Bowl feast just because you’re watching in smaller groups. Whatever the outcome of the game, you’ll be a winner with any of these tasty takeout orders.
Barbecue Chicken Pizza
Pizza is always a great delivery choice for the super bowl, and while you can easily mix and match toppings to feed a crowd, it’s just as good for small groups or even just one person. For a tasty fusion with another Super Bowl classic cuisine, we recommend going for a Barbecue Chicken Pizza.
Featured restaurant: Cappy’s Pizza in Boston
No Super Bowl Sunday would be complete without chicken wings, and luckily for you there are plenty of restaurants offering wings on their takeout menu. We say go for the classic this year with a mouth-watering portion of buffalo wings, complete with blue cheese dipping sauce and a side of curly fries.
Featured restaurant: Sam’s Tavern in Seattle
Melty, cheesy, with just the right amount of heat: it’s hard to think of a more addictive game day appetizer than jalapeño poppers. Pair your poppers with a few of the other appetizers on our list and make your own ultimate takeout game day platter.
Featured restaurant: John’s Place in Philadelphia
Chili Cheese Dog
A piping hot bowl of chili is a classic Super Bowl option, but usually means cooking for a full day before the game even starts. A more effortless and equally delicious option? A heaping chili cheese dog complete with all your favorite toppings and a side of fries.
Featured restaurant: Fatso’s Last Stand in Chicago
The Super Bowl is all about indulgent finger foods that can be enjoyed in front of the TV with an ice-cold beer, and nothing fits that description better than a plate of barbecue ribs. Make it a full barbecue feast with classic sides like baked beans and mac and cheese.
Featured restaurant: Smokey Trail’s BBQ in Miami
For America’s biggest football event, there’s nothing more fitting than the biggest bacon cheeseburger you can get your hands on. Don’t forget the fries – or better yet, upgrade to onion rings.
Featured restaurant: Bill’s Bar & Burger in Manhattan
We know you could just make a sad plate of nachos in your microwave (we’ve all been there) but come on, this is the Super Bowl! Treat yourself to the real deal and order nachos from your favorite local tex-mex restaurant, complete with perfectly seasoned carne asada or slow cooked carnitas.
Featured restaurant: Mexicali Taco & Co in Los Angeles
Onion rings make a perfect side or appetizer for any Super Bowl feast, especially when paired with a couple of tasty dipping sauces. If you’re lucky enough to live near a restaurant with a full steakhouse style onion blossom, well… you know what to do.
Featured restaurant: Beep’s Burgers in San Francisco
A bucket of fried chicken with all the traditional side dishes is a perfect takeout feast for Super Bowl Sunday. If you’re watching solo this year, feel free to eat your chicken straight from the bucket. (We won’t tell if you won’t.)
Featured restaurant: Hall’s Honey Fried Chicken in Dallas
Our all-time favorite appetizer, mozzarella sticks are a mouth-watering addition to your Super Bowl takeout menu. We love adding these to a platter with chicken wings and jalapeño poppers, along with several dipping options so you can mix and match.
Featured restaurant: Stan’s Restaurant and Bar in Washington D.C.