4 Super Bowl Party Orders That Are Way More Fun Than Pizza and Wings
Because sometime you’ve got to shake it up.
Photo courtesy of Revenge BBQ
Take a ’Cue From Texas
48 Main St, Irvington; 914.674.4848
The Lone Star State is arguably the football capital of America, so it make senses that they also make one of the perfect Super Bowl party foods: barbecue. At Revenge, owner Jacob Styburski is making impressively authentic pepper-rubbed, slow-smoked brisket, plus ribs, sausages, pulled pork and more. Feeding a crowd? Drop $150 for a whole brisket. Or, if you only have a few mouths to feed, order meats by the pound and pick up a $10 jar of his brisket queso.
Upgrade From Pigs in a Blanket
937 Palmer Ave, Mamaroneck; 914.500.5029
186 Mamaroneck Ave, White Plains; 914.397.9406
Listen we’ve got no problem with pastry-wrapped mini-dogs, but if you want to go big for the big game, consider ordering from Walter’s instead. The Mamaroneck and White Plains locations take large pre-orders (typically 20+ dogs, fries, etc.) so you can have puppy dogs, singles with mustard, all the curly fries, and plenty of football-shaped potato puffs — they’re the favorite Super Bowl order — in time for kickoff. Bonus: orders are available for delivery to some locations via Uber Eats and/or GrubHub.
Photo courtesy of the Melt Shop
Be at Little Cheesy
125 Westchester Ave, White Plains; 914.202.2822
Grilled cheese is the ultimate in casual comfort food, but making them for a crowd isn’t that practical. Enter Melt Shop’s catering boxes. Get 18 sandwiches — truffle melts, maple-bacon, buffalo chicken, roasted veggie, and more — for $165. Plus, there’s more on the menu like loaded tots, chicken tenders drenched in Mike’s Hot Honey, Nutella milkshakes, and buckets of pickles (because, why not?).
Poke Fun at the Competition
16 Harwood Ct, Scarsdale; 914.725.0555
Finding something healthier to balance out all the chips, dips, wings, and football-friendly foods can be a challenge. Our solution is to go with something trendy and fun like poke from regional chain Bango Bowls. Catering packages start at $13/person for a minimum of eight people, and include rice, one protein, five toppings (everything from pineapple and jalapeño to sweet onions and ginger), and two sauces.
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