Rachel Feinblatt | January 27, 2021 | Food & Drink
While everything from the Grammys to Coachella was pushed or cancelled due to COVID-19, one thing remains on the American schedule: Super Bowl Sunday.
Regardless of whether you're rooting for the Kansas City Chiefs or the Tampa Bay Buccaneers - even if you're just watching for the halftime show - we can all agree that an awesome food spread is essential to the fun.
It’s game time, people, and our favorite Hamptons restaurants are here to handle the recipes, so you can pay attention to the score.
3593 Montauk Hwy, Sagaponack / Website
Townline BBQ’s Super Bowl spread brings the best game snacks right to your living room. Munch on a nacho tray, a pulled pork sandwich kit, wings and more in between the downs and score your own yummy touch down. If you've never tried Townline BBQ, this is the perfect moment. Just ask its sister restaurants Nick & Toni's, Rowdy Hall or La Fondita. Townline really does have the local barbeque game on lock. These tasty bites will get you in the football mood during one of the most-watched TV events of the year.
Keep matters chic and tasty with an Elegant Affairs Football Party Box. The boxes come in two different sizes based on how many guests you wish to feed. Sure, winning the Lombardi Trophy is cool, but these mini sirloin sliders, three cheese macaroni, and slow smoked barbecue Carolina pulled pork will give you even more to cheer for.
10 Main St #2732, East Hampton / Website
While we can’t watch the game at a bar, we can bring the bar to our home with Rowdy Hall’s takeout football specials. Every Saturday and Sunday from Jan. 16 through Feb. 7, you can order a feast online or by phone. The menu includes wings with blue cheese & carrots, two large bavarian pretzels, buffalo chicken dip with toasted baguette, sausage with cornichon, mustard and toasted baguette, as well as Rowdy Hall Old Bay chips with blue cheese dressing. You can even add growlers to your meal to wash down those bar bites.
177 Main St, Amagansett / Website
Main Street Tavern brings their A-game for Super Bowl Sunday. These Tavern nachos, spinach and artichoke dip, wings and more will give you a whole new appreciation for the sport. If you come to dine in, the game will play on all of Main Street Tavern’s flat screen televisions. Looking to bring the party home? Main Street Tavern also offers a takeout menu with a special Super Bowl spread that you get to custom build, so it's exactly what you wanted.
Photography by: Jeshootscom/Pexels, courtesy of Elegant Affairs Caterers, Main Street Tavern, Rowdy Hall, Townline BBQ