From socially distanced watch parties to takeaway feasts full of nachos and chicken wings, these Valley restaurants are dishing up a variety of ways to celebrate Super Bowl LV on Feb. 7.
Watch the big game at newly opened STK Steakhouse and savor wings, nachos, short rib quesadilla and more, along with a halftime shot show. Watching the Super Bowl at home? Order the Loaded Nachos Kit, cheesy fries, chicken wings and much more, as well as the BIG GAME Grill Package, delivered to your front door. Pictured.
Huss Brewing Co. at Uptown Plaza is offering game-day grub for curbside pick-up, like a build-your-own nachos, dawgs or beer brats bars, pork sliders, charcuterie, queso dip, chili and more. Pre-order online or call by 2 p.m. on Super Bowl Sunday.
On the evening of Feb. 7, Roaring Fork will be offering its popular “Dinner on Us” (buy one entree, get one free) beginning at 4 p.m. Roaring Fork will be serving signature wood-fired favorites, like sugar-cured duck breast, braised beef short ribs and more.
Both Tempe and Chandler Pedal Haus Brewery locations will be hosting Super Bowl Watch parties for the big game. Guests can watch the game on several flat-screen TVs with space to socially distance inside and outdoors. Guests will enjoy wing specials, $4 mimosas, select $4 Pedal Haus beers, $5 haus wines, $6 haus margaritas and Bloody Mary specials.
Catch the big game in Old Town Scottsdale’s Kelly’s at SouthBridge. Viewers can catch the game on 24-plus flat-screen TVs, enjoy beer bucket deals and starter specials and cheer on the Buccaneers and Chiefs in a safe and spacious environment. Kelly’s at SouthBridge offers two large heated patios, personal viewing lounges and private event rooms available upon reservation.
Miracle Mile Deli is dishing up Big Game Slider Specials, including a Super Slider Buffet for $130 and The Tackle Pack for $140. Both serve eight to 10 people and include sides and a whole pie. 48-hour notice is appreciated.
This year’s game happens to be two days before National Pizza Day, so kick-off the celebration early with Grimaldi’s carryout meal deals. There are two to-go meals deals available that include ‘za, salad and drinks; one feeds two to four people for $25 and the second feeds four to six people for $40. Must call to order.
Humble Pie in Scottsdale and Glendale is offering a carryout deal that includes two pizzas, salad and extra crispy tender wings with house-made sauce choices ($49.99 feeds four people). Guests can order online here. On game day, Humble Pie opens at 11 a.m. for $10 brunch, $5 cocktails, bottomless mimosas and will close early at 6 p.m.
Angry Crab Shack is offering a variety of carryout seafood boil packages to elevate your game day feast, including a Family Feast the feeds up to four people for $125 and Neighborhood Block Party that serves between five and eight for $225. Both include a variety of shellfish and corn, red potatoes, sausage with your choice of sauce and spice. Angry Crab Shack has 12 locations in Arizona.
Fired Pie is celebrating Super Bowl Sunday with bundle deals for the whole family: eight pizzas and a tray of meatballs and catering salads for $99.99. Guests may also purchase four pizzas, salads or Mac ‘N Cheeses and get one free entrée. This deal is valid only on Feb. 7, and must be called in and ordered at least three hours in advance.
Enjoy a BOGO deal at Thirsty Lion Gastropub on all entrees during the big game. Stop by on Sunday, Feb. 7, from 4 p.m. to close, purchase an entree and receive an entree of equal or lesser value for free.
Match Market & Bar has everything football fans need to host their own intimate Super Bowl watch parties. The Big Game Munchie Menu is designed to feed two to three people for $49 and includes two pizzas, a dozen wings, a six-pack of craft beer and a dip trio. Orders can be placed by calling 602.675.8080 or emailing [email protected]; pick-up times are arranged at time of order.
Order a Super Bowl takeout package at Blue Clover Distillery for pickup and score a deal. Buy a 750 mL bottle of Blue Clover Vodka or Blue Clover Gin (to-go spirit bottles range from $22 to $26) plus a mixer and get a to-go pepperoni pizza made from-scratch in the Blue Clover kitchen for free.
For dine-in or takeout, The Sicilian Butcher offers four charcuterie board options (ranging from $14 to $16, and its massive family favorite board priced at $15 per person). The menu also includes customizable pastas and meatball buckets, salads and more. Call one of the three Valley locations or order online at www.thesicilianbutcher.com/online-ordering.
From taco platters to enchilada meal deals, Jalapeno Inferno locations Valleywide are offering to-go packages for Super Bowl. Plus, all orders include chips and salsa. Now available for pre-order; pick up Sunday, Feb. 7, between 2 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.
Mavrix at the Scottsdale Pavilions in Talking Stick shopping center hosts an all-ages outdoor watch party beginning at 4 p.m. on the 5,000-sq.-ft. Trophy Room Patio. View the game on a 20-ft. jumbotron LED TV! There will also be a dining deal that includes pizzas, nachos and beer and an outdoor container bar.
Mavrix’s sister concept (and next door neighbor), Octane Raceway, is also offering a special package for Super Bowl Sunday. Beginning at 4 p.m., book two kart races and one virtual reality session for $55, enjoy half-off apps and discounted beer. Take in the game on a 12-ft. projection screen and 20 large TV’s throughout the venue.