June 14, 2024


Simply The Best Food

Catering and specials from Connecticut restaurants

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Super Bowl parties may be smaller this year, but Connecticut restaurants and caterers are still cooking up your favorite game time snacks. Wings, pizzas, dips and nachos? They’ve got it all. All specials are for Feb. 7 unless otherwise specified.

Sally’s Apizza in New Haven offers a $150 game day spread, with two medium Sally’s pies, 24 jumbo Buffalo wings, two stuffed pizza breads and a shareable salad (feeds 4 to 6.) Online ordering opens Feb. 1 at 9 a.m. 203-624-5271, sallysapizza.com.

Geronimo Tequila Bar & Southwest Grill in Fairfield and New Haven offers a special game day takeout package for families of four ($85) including a full rack of ribs with cotija cheese, a dozen country fried chicken wings with Chimayo chile sauce, chipotle ranch, fried onion and jalapeno straws; loaded nachos with cheese, chorizo, chicken, chile and carnitas; and chips and guacamole. Add on an optional Margarita Mini Kit ($49 to make 8 drinks) or Party Kit ($99 to make 16 margaritas.) The full a la carte takeout menu is also available.

All orders must be placed via phone (203-777-7700 in New Haven; 203-955-1643 in Fairfield.) geronimobarandgrill.com.

Judy’s Bar & Kitchen in Stamford offers a game day menu with chili, wings, brisket, pulled pork, BBQ chicken, take and bake nachos, buttermilk Southern fried chicken and tenders, and sides. See full menu at judysbarandkitchen.com.

Taco Loco in Black Rock offers a $75 package with build-your-own tacos, buffalo wings, nachos superior, mini burritos, quesadillas, family-size Spanish rice and black beans, and salsa, dips and chips. A DIY margarita kit is available for an upgrade. Place orders by Feb. 6. 203-335-8228, tacoloco.com.

Flipside Burgers & Bar in Fairfield and Milford offers a wings special (25 for $30) with choice of sauce, and $25 monster margaritas in various flavors. After Jan. 31, the prices go up to $35 (wings) and $30 (margaritas.) flipsiderestaurant.com.

Zuppardi’s Apizza at The Hops Company in Derby offers a “take and bake” delivery service for its Super Bowl eats, servicing Derby, Ansonia, Shelton, Seymour, Stratford, Milford, Orange, Monroe, and Trumbull. The menu includes reheatable pizzas, wing platters, build-your-own nacho kits and party salads ($20 to $35.) See menu online here and email [email protected] to order.

Walrus Alley in Westport features a menu with smoked wings, chili mac, pulled pork or fried chicken sliders, cheez whiz nachos and smoked buffalo dip. A $210 package offers all of the above. 203-333-2733, [email protected].

Eli Cannon’s in Middletown offers packages with 25 to 75 wings, nachos and pepper bombs, starting at $35. Other snacks are available for platter add-ons or a la carte ordering, like jumbo pretzels, buffalo or teriyaki cauliflower and mozzarella sticks. 860-347-3547, elicannons.com.

Taino Smokehouse in Meriden and Middletown offers a $200 Super Bowl platter (feeds 10) with Perkatory coffee-rubbed beef ribs, lamb ribs with mint pesto rub, KC-style pork ribs, Zarda B-B-Q cheesy corn, jerk chicken and shrimp and plantain curry. Order cutoff is Feb. 2. Email [email protected] to order, with name, number, location and pickup time. tainoprime.com.

Sliders, with locations in Berlin, Middletown, Plainville, Southington and Wallingford, offers wing packages in 25 and 50-count portions ($29.99 and $58.99.) Wings are available with 25 sauce flavors and 10 dry rubs. Preorders strongly recommended; Sliders cannot take more orders when reservation books are full. slidersgrillbar.com.,

J. Timothy’s Taverne in Plainville is taking pre-orders for Super Bowl weekend, offering buckets of its wings (35-40 pieces.) A “cold wing pack,” with sauce on the side, is suggested for easy reheating at home. Preorders will be taken by phone only at 860-747-6813. jtimothys.com/super-bowl2021/.

Wood-n-Tap, with nine locations around Connecticut, offers a “Supermeal 55” package that feeds four for $55, including Bar Bites sliders, mac and cheese, buffalo chicken dip and chips and salsa. The to-go package is available Jan. 29 to Feb. 7. Add on a 4-pack of Hop Evolution beer for $14. woodntap.com.

Que Whiskey Kitchen in Southington is offering a “Hot Meat At Home” to-go platter for $55, with a half pound of pulled pork, pulled chicken, kielbasa, and a half rack of ribs. The package also features choice three sides, cornbread and cinnamon butter, and choice of sauces. The carry-out and curbside pickup package is available Feb. 3 to Feb. 7. Pre-order at qwhiskeykitchen.com.

Bear’s Smokehouse, with locations in Hartford, New Haven, South Windsor and Windsor, offers “Big Game” party packages with wings in “buffaque” sauce, sliders and sandwiches. See full menu, with other appetizers, sides and meats, at football.bearsbbq.com.

Union Kitchen in West Hartford offers a $85 Super Bowl package with 24 wings in choice of sauce, pastrami egg rolls, stuffed bread, penne a la vodka, Italian sausage with peppers and onions, baked mac and cheese, fried chicken with hot honey, and chocolate chip cookies and cupcakes for dessert. The package feeds four. 860-598-8000, unionkitchenct.com.

Max Burger, with locations in West Hartford and Longmeadow, Mass., and Max a Mia in Avon offer barbecue packages with ribs, brisket, pulled pork, mac and cheese, baked beans, roasted Brussels sprouts, cornbread and potato rolls ($99; feeds 4 to 5.) A Big Game snack pack for $49 includes chicken wings, artichoke spinach dip, pigs in a blanket and loaded nachos. Order both packages for $130. Order online at maxrestaurantgroup.com.

Agave Grill in Hartford offers a triple dip sampler (queso, guacamole, salsa) with chips for $25, and $30 margarita kits. Order both for $45. 860-882-1557, agavehartford.com.

Artisanal Burger Company in Manchester offers wing packages, a soft taco kit, BBQ pulled pork kit, beef sliders, mac and cheese and spinach artichoke dip by the quart ($24.95 to $50.) Most portions feed 6 to 8 people. 860-644-0046, abcburgercompany.com.

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