Staying in to watch the Super Bowl LV this year? These Houston restaurants are here to bring you a winning spread, from sandwich platters and fajitas packs to wings, tamales and cocktails to-go.
8th Wonder Brewery, 2202 Dallas
The brewery will be offering $18 WonderKegs (5-liter mini kegs) and 20-percent off all canned beer to-go only on February 5-7. Orders can be placed online.
8th Wonder Distillery, 201 Dallas
The distillery will offer 20-percent off all bottles and cocktails to go. There will also be specialty cocktails inspired by the teams in the Big Game. The distillery is only taking online pre-orders (due to no sales on Sunday per TABC) but pickup will be available on Sunday, February 7.
B&B Butchers & Restaurant, 1814 Washington
The Butcher Shop’s Game Day Grub to-go menu features deli sandwich platters, cheese and charcuterie, TX Wagyu hot dog packs, hors d’oeuvres from pigs in a blanket to mini Wellington and sheets of mac’ and cheese, plus more. Advanced notice (at least 24 hours) is required.
Bludorn, 807 Taft
Chef Aaron Bludorn is partnering with friend and chef Chris Shepherd’s Southern Smoke Foundation to host a variety of dining experiences and special menus throughout the year that will all benefit the foundation, starting with a to-go packages for Super Bowl Sunday. Place preorders online by February 5 for Game Day Packs feeding groups of two (starting at $55) or four (starting at $100), including: wings with buffalo, Mississippi comeback, chili-soy sauce and Ranch and blue cheese; spinach and artichoke dip with housemade potato chips; choice of a fried chicken sandwich or Bludorn’s signature dry-aged burger; and homemade brownies.
Caracol, 2200 Post Oak
Ceviche by the pound, guac’ and salsas by the pint and quart, and enchiladas by the dozen are all a part of the catering menu available this game day, as are desserts and cocktail to go. Orders should be placed by February 5.
Dickey’s Barbecue Pit
Fans can order Dickey’s Big Yellow Box Ribs & Wings Party Pack or any sized order of Dickey’s signature Pit Smoked Ribs or Fall Off the Bone Wings. Other deals available on Super Bowl Sunday include $5 off any $25 carryout order; free contactless delivery; and Dickey’s new 80th Anniversary Combo meal, available for a limited-time only and featuring the Pulled Pork Classic Sandwich, your choice of side and a Double Berry Cobbler for $8.80.
Eatsie Boys, 2202 Dallas
Eatsie Boys will be offering 20% off all menu items during the Big Game, with the addition of some specialty menu items inspired by the participating teams and specialty wings. Hours of operation are noon to 8 p.m.
Fajitas A Go Go, 5404 Kirby
Fajitas A Go Go is offering a special Pack Royale package ($160, feeds seven or more), including beef sirloin, chicken, pulled pork, boar sausage, grilled shrimp and mesquite-grilled vegetables; plus fresh hand-made tortillas, pico de gallo, grilled onions, fresh cheese, seasoned butter, your choice of beans (vegetarian black beans, charro, or refried), chipotle rice and chips and salsa, one quart each of queso and guacamole, two quarts of margarita mix and free delivery.
Feges BBQ, 3 Greenway Plaza
Feges BBQ's Big Game Package includes a whole rack of pork ribs, a dozen smoked wings with your choice of one sauce, one pound of brisket burnt ends, and a quart of our smoked queso! Place orders by Tuesday, February 2—for pick up or nationwide shipping. Local orders can be picked up at Feges BBQ Greenway Plaza Wednesday, February 3-Friday, February 5 or on Saturday, February 6 at Urban Harvest Farmers Market. Shipped orders will arrive on Thursday, February 4 with reheating instructions. $95
Goode Co. Barbecue, 5109 Kirby, 8911 Katy
Goode Company Barbecue Party Packs include choice of meats and sides, pickles, onions, jalapeños, plates, plastic ware, napkins and serving utensils ($55 for two pounds of meat and two sides; $75 for three pounds of meat and three sides; $135 for five pounds and three quart sides). Options include brisket, pork ribs, smoked chicken, Czech sausage, jalapeño pinto beans, jambalaya, mac’ and cheese and more.
Goode Company Grocers
This minimal-contact market offers fresh produce, meat, pantry staples, grilling must-haves, prepared foods and meal kits for pick-up or delivery. Get burger patties, ribs and steaks to cook at home (plus rubs), or get prepared items such as tamales, enchilada dinners, mac and cheese, smoked chicken salad, potato salad, chile con carne, seven layer dip, pimento cheese, jalapeño cheese bread and more!. You can also order margarita, sangria, beer and wine kits. Pickup is available at Goode Co. BBQ, 5109 Kirby, and Goode Co. BBQ Memorial, 8911 Katy; or get delivery via temperature-controlled refrigerated vehicles to select areas.
Goode Company Kitchen & Cantina, 9005 Katy
Game day will be great with food from Goode Company Kitchen & Cantina! Their flame-kissed fajitas are the perfect choice to enjoy during the game. Choose from Beef, Chicken or Beef Filet, served with handmade tortillas, cheese, sour cream, guacamole, salsa, pico de gallo, jalapeño lime butter, rice and beans. They also include an empanada! Beef Fajitas: $27 half lb. & $49 lb.; Chicken Fajitas: $21 half lb. & $36 lb.; and Beef Filet Fajitas: $40 half lb. & $75 lb. Other goodes available to-go are Queso, Campechana, Nachos, Quesadillas y mas!
Goode Company Taqueria, 4902 Kirby
Get Family Fajita Packs for $65 plus tax. Each pack serves four people with a choice of beef, chicken, or combo fajitas, fresh tortillas, Mexican rice, refried beans and all the fixings: guacamole, pico de gallo, sour cream, shredded cheddar cheese, salsa roja and fresh tortilla chips. Add-ons include queso and more.
Hopdoddy offers several kit options for larger groups, including the "Quarantined Together Meal Kit" that serves up to five people, The Roadie (a bagged, frozen margarita) and the "I Like It On The Rocks", a bottled version of Hopdoddy's signature Doble Fina Margarita. All menu items can be ordered and picked up just in time for game day via Hopdoddy's new online ordering system.
Hugo’s, 1600 Westheimer
Place your orders by February 5 and you can enjoy goods such as marinated skirt steak, coctel de camaron, tomatillo chicken enchiladas, cochinita pibil tamales, mini churros, Hugoritas and more.
Jax Grill, 6510 South Rice, 713-668-3606; 1613 Shepherd, 713-861-5529; 9920 Gaston, 346-571-3968
Get Jax's chicken tender dinner specials ready-to-go, with a variety of sides and sauces. Choose from six pieces for $12.95, 12 pieces for $22.95 or 18 pieces for $30.95.
Kenny & Ziggy’s, 2327 Post Oak
Get heroes and other deli-style noshes and nibbles—from pigs in a blanket, mini knishes and chicken tenders to 3-plus-foot football heroes and deli platters with house corned beef, pastrami, coleslaw and more. All orders must be placed by February 3.
Mastro’s, 1650 West Loop South
Mastro’s is offering The “Champions” Kit ($170, add $15 for truffle butter), featuring four raw eight-ounce filets or four raw 16-ounce New York strip steaks, plus garlic mashed potatoes, creamed corn, creamed spinach or rosemary garlic mushrooms and two Mastro’s butter cakes. Wines to-go are available as well.Orders must be placed before Thursday, February 4. Available Saturday, February 6 only for pick-up.
Pondicheri, 2800 Kirby
Game Day preorder specials include Madras Chicken Wings ($35 for two dozen), twice-roasted chicken wings tossed in black pepper, amchur, and tamarind chutney; Vindaloo Ribs ($100; serves 4), two whole Colorado lamb rib racks served with Pondi Salad, deli fries, Brussel sprouts, tamarind dining sauces and cheese uttapum; Pickle Pizzas ($12), 10-inch naan pizzas with seasonal masalas and choice of vegetables and/or meat; and the Game Night Package ($90; serves 4), featuring Kalonji Lamb Chops, Madras Chicken Wings, Desi Fries, Naan Pizza, Dal, Ranch Raita and more. All orders must be placed at least 24 hours in advance. Guests can pick up at the restaurant at noon or 2 p.m. on Sunday, February 7.
Rainbow Lodge, 2011 Ella
Rainbow Lodge’s signature smoked duck and andouille sausage gumbo ($16/quart) is a popular Game Day pick-up, with additional options including bison and black bean chili ($16/quart), pecan-smoked, bacon-wrapped quail breast ($22 for six or $40 for a dozen), roasted poblano queso ($9/pint), wild game sliders ($18 for 6/$35 for a dozen) and pulled pork sliders with Carolina mustard BBQ sauce ($18 for six and $35 for a dozen).
Order early by calling 713-861-8666. The restaurant is closed on Super Bowl Sunday night, but orders can be picked up during Sunday brunch hours.
For $100, choose between The Rustic’s Joe Leo pack, Burger Pack, Hot Chicken & Cheese Pack, or the mixed Hot & Chicken and Cheese and Burger Pack. Each pack feeds four to six people and includes The Rustic’s Double Queso and a Peanut Butter Pie. Call your nearest location to place an order.
Sticky's Chicken, 2311 Edwards, 713-703-5230
Sticky's Chicken is offering Buy One, Get One half-off on Super Bowl trays for pre-orders placed by Friday, February 5. Wing tray options include 25 pieces for $30, 50 pieces for $55 and 75 pieces for $65, with flavors from Asian Tings and SLAB (Spicy Loud And Bangin') to Shallot and Original Sticky's. Chicken Over Rice and Karaage Over Rice Tray options include $100 for small (10-15 servings) and $125 for large (35-40 servings). Call or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sylvia’s Enchilada Kitchen, 6401 Woodway; 12637 Westheimer; 1140 Eldridge
Get Game Day Family Packs featuring fajitas and enchiladas, plus add-ons like tamales, rice and beans, chile con queso and margaritas to-go.
Tacodeli, 1902 Washington
Tacodeli is offering limited edition family size Super Brazo Fuerte Queso Kits with 16-ounces of Tacodeli creamy queso, Heartbrand beef Akaushi picadillo, guacamole, pico de gallo and a large bag of tortilla chips. The queso kit is $26 and available at all locations. Preorder through Wednesday, February 3 for pickup Saturday, February 6 – Sunday, February 7.
Tacos A Go Go
Tacos A Go Go will offer free delivery on Super Bowl Sunday with the purchase of any Go Go Taco and Margarita Pack ($59.99), which feeds four people and includes chips and salsa, meat and fixings for two tacos per person, tortillas, rice and beans and house-made sopapillas with a half-gallon of margaritas.
Tony's, 3755 Richmond, 713-622-6778
Tony's executive chef Austin Waiter and Tony's catering chef Hayden Hulings can provide curated catering assistance for any size. Guests can pickup goods on Saturday, February 5, including snacks like dill dusted crunchy chicken bites with IPA dipping sauce, Tony’s tenderloin chili, Five Star Ranch wagyu sliders and more.
Treebeards (Bunker Hill), 9655 Katy Freeway
Treebeards will be offering a "Game Day" Package for eight: chicken & sausage gumbo with rice, French bread, crab & shrimp queso & chips, & 32-ounce margaritas for $95.00. These offers are for the Bunker Hill location only.
UB Preserv, 1609 Westheimer
Order your Super Bowl Sunday Snack Pack To Go by Sunday, Janaury 31 at 5 p.m., and pick up on Sunday, February 7 between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. at UB Preserv. The $65 pack serves two and includes red braised pork nachos, Japanese egg salad sando, cold fried chicken with bacon ranch, saag paneer dip with potato chips, fried pork ribs with bbq sauce and DIY ice cream sandwiches.
Walk-On’s Sports Bistreaux, 21930 Kuykendahl
Walk-On’s Tailgate To-Geaux Bundle ($50, serves up to eight) includes Boudin Balls, Cajun Queseaux, Cheeseburger Sliders and Boneless Wings. Place a curbside to-geaux order online or by calling 281-801-7171.
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