Throw a killer Super Bowl shindig without the hassle by letting these Houston restaurants do the work for you. With crowd pleasers from hot wings and sliders to queso and barbecue, check out these to-go menu for Game Day in Houston.
Antone’s Famous Po’Boys, 4520 San Felipe, 713-623-4464; 2724 West T C Jester, 713-686-4338
Antone’s is offering a Game Day catering special featuring party platters and sides. Get a small party platter with your choice of one side for $53 in honor of Super Bowl 53, with highlights including cheese platters, charcuterie and cheese platters, sides from stuffed jalapeños to deviled eggs, and Mediterranean platters with stuffed grape leaves, tabbouli, feta, hummus and piita. Notice must be given 24 hours in advance for all delivery and pickup orders.
B&B Butchers & Restaurant, 1814 Washington, 832-767-4828
The Butcher Shop has your Game Day favorites, from an assortment of sandwich platters and cheese and charcuterie boards to B&B burgers and Wagyu hot dogs for grilling. Available now until Super Bowl Sunday, February 3, call to place your order with a 24-hour notice.
Beaver’s, 6025 Westheimer, 713-714-4111
Beaver’s will be offering Super Bowl Feasts To-Go including $23 Grab & Go Rack of Ribs, Party Packs featuring wings, sliders, bbq and mac’ and cheese, and a la carte items from smokey queso and chips to Texas beef empanadas. Call 713-714-4111 or email firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, February 1. Pickup is on Sunday, February 3.
Bernie’s Burger Bus, berniesburgerbus.com
Bernie’s is offering a Super Bowl Sunday Burger Box special for game day grubbing. That’s 26 sliders (your choice of Pre-Schoolers, Pep Squad, Bacon-BBQ-Cheddar and Kindergarteners, and optional add-on electives), plus housemade S+P kettle chips and a one-pint house French onion dip for $100. Early orders are appreciated. Guests can pick up by 7 p.m. on Super Bowl Sunday and orders can be placed with your server when dining or by emailing email@example.com.
Dish Society, dishsociety.com
Dish Society’s game day menu includes options like a 44 Farms chimichurri steak taco bar, bbq brisket sliders and grilled chicken pesto on Slow Dough pretzel buns, truffle mac n’ cheese, snappy salads and more.
Goode Co. Barbecue, 5109 Kirby, 713-522-2530; 8911 Katy Freeway, 713-464-1901; 20102 Northwest Freeway, 832-678-3562
Go for Barbecue in Bulk, with party packs including a choice of beef brisket, sausage, chicken, pork ribs, honey smoked ham, turkey breast, or spicy pork and a choice of side order—potato salad, jalapeño pinto beans, Austin baked beans, coleslaw, or jambalaya Texana. aPacks come in variations from three to 25 pounds of meat and range in price from $55 to $635 plus tax. An assortment of baked goods, sides, toppings, desserts, and beverages are also available for an additional cost. Available for pickup or delivery.
Goode Co. Taqueria, 4902 Kirby, 713-520-9153
Bring home the party with decked out Backyard Party Packs from Goode Company, with options including burger packs, hot dog packs, toppings, sides, baked goods and more. Packs must be ordered 24 hours in advance for pick up, curbside and delivery.
Harold’s Restaurant & Tap Room, 350 West 19th St, 713- 360-6204
Harold’s is offering its signature bone-in wings tossed in either Classic Buffalo or Valentina & Honey, priced at 20 wings for $30 or 50 wings for $75, as well as a pizza package, with you buy four 12-inch pizzas, you get a free one-topping 12-inch pizza. Or try the combo package: two 12-inch pizzas and 25 wings for $60. Specials are carry-out only. Orders must be placed by 3 p.m. Friday, February 1 and pick-ups are between 3 to 5 p.m. on Sunday, February 3.
Liberty Kitchen, 1050 Studewood, 713-802-0533; 4224 San Felipe, 713-622-1010; 963 Bunker Hill, 713-468-3745
All Liberty Kitchen locations are offering Game Day Party Packs to takeaway for the biggest football game of the year, featuring favorites including sliders, zesty chile con queso or chunky avocado dip with warm tortilla chips, jumbo wings with ranch and hot sauce syrup, and sausage and short rib gumbo with potato salad or rice and French bread. Food will be packaged warm or ready-to-heat – whichever the guest prefers. Orders should be placed online by Friday, February 1 at noon to be picked up on Sunday, February 3 by 2 p.m. All Liberty Kitchen locations will close at 4 p.m. that day.
Kenny & Ziggy's New York Delicatessen, 2327 Post Oak, 5172 Buffalo Speedway, 713-679-8453
From bagels and franks in a blanket to veggie trays and sloppy joe sandwich platters, Kenny & Ziggy’s catering menu has no shortage of Game Day options. A 24-hour notice is required.
Killen’s Barbecue, 3613 East Broadway, 281-485-2272
Killen’s catering menu requires a 48-hour notice (at least) and a 15-pound minimum, with options including pork and beef ribs, brisket, turkey, whole chicken, sausage, and sides from baked beans and mac ‘n cheese to creamed corn and collard greens.
Molina’s Cantina, 3801 Bellaire, 7901 Westheimer, 713-266-2042
Load up on Tex-Mex classics with the full-service catering options from Molina’s—from charbroiled fajitas and bacon-wrapped shrimp to enchiladas and Jose’s Dip. The earlier the better, but at least 24-hour advanced notice is requested.
Pluckers Wing Bar, pluckers.com
Beginning Sunday, January 27, Pluckers will be taking pre-orders for its entire menu for Game Day at ALL Texas locations! Orders will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis, and all pre-orders will be taken online at order.pluckers.com. Get classic wing flavors, plus unique varieties from Dr. Pepper Manganero to Ginger Peach Sriracha. Additionally, Pluckers will begin accepting reservations for guests that want to watch the game in-store at any Texas location. Reservations will be available for $10 per seat, and guests must reserve the entire table. Guests can call their desired location to make a reservation, and they will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis.
Revival Market, 550 Heights, 713-880-8463
Agricole Hospitality has your Super Bowl spread covered with its Game Day catering menu. Order chicken wings, three-foot hoagies, assorted sliders, barbecue, and hot dog party packs, among other winning choices.
SusieCakes, 2563 Amherst, 713-521-2253
SusieCakes is offering football themed treats, available Saturday, February 2 and Sunday, February 3. Get frosted sugar cookies shaped like footballs and stadiums, football cupcakes and customizable treats.
Sylvia's Enchilada Kitchen, 1140 Eldridge, 832-230-3842; 6401 Woodway, 713-334-7295
Sylvia’s catering options included delivery and restaurant pickup, with eats including enchiladas, appetizer platters and fajitas for ten to 15 people, plus a la carte sides and desserts.
Channel the spirit of New Orleans with Downtown mainstay Treebeards’ Super Bowl Special: a party pack comprised of chicken and sausage gumbo, red beans and rice with sausage, a side of cheddar cheese and green onions, and Treebeards hot sauce for ten hungry fans. The price is $100 and $120 with jalapeño cornbread. Available at all Treebeards locations for pickup on Friday, February 1.
The Union Kitchen, 4057 Bellaire, 713-661-0025
The Union Kitchen’s original Bellaire location will be offering bulk order to-go specials including wings (bone-in and boneless), bbq meatballs, veggie tray, meat and cheese trays, beef and chicken skewers and pizza bites. All orders must be placed by Thursday, January 31, at 3 p.m.
We will be updating this list leading up to Super Bowl Sunday. Restaurants can send takeout and catering details to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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