Four Downtown Spots for a Super Bowl Feast

02/07/2024 in
Four Downtown Spots for a Super Bowl Feast

On Sunday, February 11, the San Francisco 49ers and Taylor Swift’s boyfriend will face off in the Super Bowl, which is both the most watched television event and the premier snack-having event in the country. You could stock your Super Bowl party with chips and pizza rolls…or you could get some football-friendly grub from these downtown eateries. Scope the list for everything from pub foods to pizza to fancy seafood dishes for folks looking to step up their (ahem) game, and cross your fingers that the Jets or Giants get it together by next season. OR ELSE.

Adrienne’s Pizzabar

There’s no better game day feast than pizza and Adrienne’s certainly has you covered there. The Stone Street pizza spot has a wealth of thin-crust and square pies for delivery with every topping imaginable, plus apps like arancini and chicken wings to tide you over between commercial brea-uh, we mean, quarters. 

Stout FiDi

If you’re looking to take your Super Bowl party out of your living room, Stout FiDi is offering private rooms with food-and-drink packages to pair with their plethora of TVs. Packages run $65-$75 per person and include discounted brews and pub-friendly apps and entrees, including wings, pizzas and mini burgers. For folks who’d rather watch among the people, there’ll be drink deals and food specials in the main bar as well. 

Blue Smoke

Downtown’s premier barbecue spot knows what’s up for the Super Bowl, and they’re offering a special catering menu rife with tasty options. Pre-order ribs, wings, briskets, pulled pork and other meaty delights, along with sides and growlers to keep you sated during Usher’s halftime performance.

Seamore’s

For a high-class football-viewing-and-feasting experience, opt for a seafood feast from Seamore’s. From appetizers like tuna poke and firecracker shrimp, to an array of tacos, sandwiches and sides, you’ll be cheering for Patrick Mahomes or Brock Purdy in seafaring style.

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