Where to Get Game Day Food for the Super Bowl
Where to order takeout on Super Bowl Sunday.
The Patriots can’t win them all, even though we wouldn’t complain if they did. Just because the Pats aren’t in the Super Bowl this year, doesn’t mean you can’t feast on local eats. Here are some places to watch the Big Game or order takeout from on Super Bowl Sunday for the LA Rams vs. Cincinnati Bengals, which is on February 13 at 6:30 p.m.
SPECIAL SUPER BOWL GAME DAY AND TAKEOUT OPTIONS
For a classic Superbowl Sunday, come check out this new neighborhood bar in Providence. Lucky Enough is serving up all of your bar favorites, from links and hoagies to candied thick cut bacon and sliders. Enjoy the game with their HD projector setup and an amazing sound system, along with a few craft beers. Or try one of their custom cocktails, with names to complement the vinyl records playing in the background. With the kitchen open until 10 p.m, you certainly won’t be in a hurry to leave. Dine in or order online on the website. 1492 Westminster Street, Providence, 401-642-2749, luckyenoughpvd.com
For a more upscale Super Bowl viewing with a local twist, visit Reiners in the heart of Providence. This elevated pub blends old-school charm with an immersive sports and dining experience. Go classic or classy with burgers and wings or crusted salmon and marinated steak tips. Choose between cocktails, local craft beers, wine and champagne to celebrate the evening. Catch the game on one of their TVs or start your own in one of their Top Golf Swing Suites. Rent out a hitting bay and practice your swing between watching the game. Indulge in delicious food and drinks while cheering on your team. Reservations recommended. 11 Dorrance St., Providence, For General: Inquiries Call: 401-421-0700, graduatehotels.com
Oberlin is pumping out its once-a-year Super Bowl lasagna for the big game. Choose the meat lasagna made with locally sourced pork, or a vegetarian option made by the chefs at this downtown Providence eatery. Each lasagna is offered in two sizes. For one to three people, the meat lasagna costs $40 and the vegetarian one costs $50. The next size up costs $60 for the meat and $70 for the veggie lasagna, and it feeds three to five people. To wash it all down, pick up a cocktail kit, a bottle of wine or a few beers, all curbside at Oberlin. Place your order online before February 10. 186 Union St., Providence, 401-588-8755, oberlinrestaurant.com
Bring home a collection of game day classics, like dan dan noodles, crispy confit half chicken and tiny ham biscuits all prepared by north restaurant. North’s dan dan chili noodles feature mutton. Pair these offerings with to-go cocktails or some locally crafted beers. Order in advance and select a pickup time that works best for you. 122 Fountain St., Providence, exploretock.com/north
Get your game day taco fix at this Fox Point taqueria in Providence. The tacos, served on corn tortillas, come with guacamole, onions, cilantro, radish and lime. Top that off with some carne asada, chorizo or some chipotle-braised potatoes. Tallulah’s also offers cheesy quesadillas as well as vegetable-centric bowls if you’d like some lighter Super Bowl fare. Order in advance for pickup. 146 Ives St., Providence, 401-272-8226, tallulahstaqueria.com
With a to-go menu full of American comfort-food classics, Back 40 will meet all of your game day cravings. Order some loaded nachos or buffalo cauliflower to start off and then follow up with the Burger in Bleu, a quarter pound of beef topped with tangy bleu cheese, a bacon and onion jam and arugula. Grab a pitcher of sangria to-go or choose from the list of canned beers. Place your orders online. 20 S County Trl., North Kingstown, 401-667-4869, back40ri.com
No Super Bowl is complete without chicken wings. Boneheads serves an almost dizzying array of classic and unusual flavors from which to choose. The hot wings range in spice factor, from the mild Just A Girl to the extra-spicy Shout at the Devil and everything in between. The barbecue wing options are just as expansive, such as Holy Smokes, which pairs barbecue with applewood smoked bacon, and the Remedy, a Korean-style golden ginger barbecue sauce. Some flavors may also raise a few questions like the Cherry Pie, a maraschino cherry-flavored wing sauce, or the Lunchbox, which slathers the wings in peanut butter, marshmallow fluff and chocolate sauce. Call well in advance (401-828-9464) to get your game day order in. 131 Washington St., West Warwick, 401-828-9464, boneheadwings.com
This Mexican restaurant boasts a catering menu that will certainly be a hit at any Super Bowl celebration. Order a dozen chicken or ground beef tacos or even pork, chicken and beef tamales are also available by the dozen. Pick up a quart of queso dip or some fresh guacamole perfect for game day snacking. Order online and pick up at either the South Kingstown or Warwick locations. 1705 W. Shore Rd., Warwick, 401-921-0071; 515 Kingstown Rd., Wakefield, 401-783-1910, cantinadelriomexri.com
Check out this burger bar’s takeout menu featuring wings, tots, burgers, drinks and craft beer. Keep an eye on their website and Instagram for more details. Available for pickup at both the Providence and Warren locations. 117 Ives St., Providence, 401-537-7556; 440 Child St., Warren, 401-289-2324. chompri.com