Roundup: Super Bowl Specials
For many Americans, Super Bowl Sunday is a holiday. There are rules and rituals to follow, guacamole quotas to meet and commercials to scrutinize. One ubiquitous feature of the Super Bowl experience is food. What you eat during the game is often as important as the teams themselves. So whether you’re rooting for the Seahawks or the Patriots this Sunday (or cheering for neither because you’re busy bitterly sulking that the Eagles aren’t in playing), we’ve got you covered with deals from around the city to make your day a culinary success no matter how your team does.
Of course if you’re attending or hosting a Super Bowl party, we’ve got your catering options covered as well.
Varga is hosting its 5th annual Super Fowl competition on Sunday at 6pm, where reigning champ Chef Evan Turney is defending his title against amateur Jay Cook. Each chef will prepare three types of wings, with a panel of judges and the audience voting on the winner. In addition to the Super Fowl, Varga is offering deals on wings, beer and whiskey.
Sundays are about sixtels at Kite & Key and for Super Sunday, they’ve got a Super Sixtel Sunday event. Stay tuned for the beer list.
Head to this Midtown Village alehouse for BRÜ’s German fare and $5 American craft drafts. The restaurant will also be showcasing a preview of the menu from their soon-to-open downstairs bar and restaurant, U-Bahn.
If you want a more exclusive Super Bowl experience, reserve your table for Founding Father’s Sports Bar‘s Super Bowl party today. Fill out a form to get a table and guarantee yourself a spot for the family-style dinner.
Head to the Old City brewpub for $4 pints of house beers plus a couple of special cocktails representing the Patriots and Seahawks. Food specials include a pork fundido, coconut shrimp, corn dogs and 2nd Story Tots.
In deep South Philly, new chef, Christina DeSilva is offering food specials all weekend long. The specials include cheeseburger hushpuppies, pizza pigs in a blanket and half-priced wings. Drink deals include Lord Chesterfield drafts and pitchers.
You can quench your thirst with $5 beers (Harpoon, Goose Island, Great Lakes and Brooklyn Beers) at City Tap House‘s Logan Square location this Sunday, while dining on Super Bowl themed plates like the “Seattle Street Dog” (Saurkraut, Cream Cheese, Brown Mustard, Pretzel Roll) and New England Clam Chowder (Quahog, Little Neck and Razor Neck Clams, Yukon Gold Potatoes). Tap House is also doing giveaways, with prizes four different breweries being raffled off at the end of each quarter.
For $20, Brauhaus Schmitz is offering an all-you-can eat smorgasbord of pork rinds, roast beef, meatballs and yes, wings. $5 beer specials will run throughout the game.
For the less athletically inclined (or interested), Tria Taproom is holding their own competition: “New England vs. Seattle: The Beer ‘n’ Bivalves Edition.” The bar is pitting a New England beer (Spencer Trappist Ale) against a Seattle one (Elysian Dragonstooth Oatmeal Stout), and slashing the prices on each. Whichever sells more glasses is the winner of Tria’s Super Bowl. Tria is also offering a offering a “West Coast vs. East Coast” oyster smack down, where guests can dine on three oysters from the West Coast and 3 from the East coast for $12.