August 12, 2022

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Super Bowl take-out options for best game day food

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Walk-On’s Sports Bistreaux’s Tailgate To-Geaux bundle includes boudin balls, Cajun queso, cheeseburger sliders and boneless wings, $50. Photo: Walk-On’s

Almost any snacking or pig-out foods traditionally associated with Super Bowl can be ordered for take-out. Restaurants throughout the Houston region are getting their game face ready for game day to-go foods.

Whether it’s queso and guacamole, wings, pizza, subs, fried chicken, burger sliders, sandwiches, chili or gumbo, tacos and fajitas – your favorite restaurants are ready to prepare your spread for game day.

Alicia’s Mexican Grille: Field Goal Package ($75, feeds 5) includes 25 street tacos, 32 ounces of queso and 1 gallon of tea or lemonade; Touch Down Package ($140, feeds 10) includes 50 street tacos, half gallon of queso and 2 gallons of tea or lemonade. Available at all Houston area locations; aliciasmexicangrille.com. The deal is also available at sister restaurant Galiana’s Tex Mex & Agave Bar in Cypress; galianastexmex.com.

Bludorn: Chef Aaron Bludorn’s year-long fundraising efforts for Southern Smoke Foundation kick off with Super Bowl take-away packages. Orders must be placed by Feb. 5 on website and require reserved pick-up times. Choices: $55 for two (includes choice of wings or spinach and artichoke dip starter; choice of fried chicken sandwich or dry-aged burger, both served with potato wedges; and 2 brownies) or $100 for four (includes spinach and artichoke dip; choice of dozen wings; choice of sandwiches served with potato wedges; and 4 brownies). 807 Taft, 713-999-0146; bludornrestaurant.com

Caracol: Super Bowl to-go options include guacamole ($9-$32), salsas ($8 pint, $16 quart), ceviche ($32 per pound), carnitas ($22 per pound), enchiladas ($24 half dozen, $42 dozen choice of chicken or fish with red or green sauce), tamales ($24 dozen, pork, fish or mushroom), chiles rellenos ($35 half dozen, $72 dozen choice of vegetable, chicken or cheese), and desserts. Order by Feb. 5. 2200 Post Oak, 713-622-9996; caracol.net.

Fajitas a Go Go: Super Bowl deal is the Pack Royale ($160, feeds 7 or more) includes beef and chicken fajitas, pulled pork, sausage, grilled shrimp, grilled vegetables, tortillas, cheese, beans, rice, chips and salsa. It also comes with a quart of queso, quart of guacamole and 2 quarts margarita mix. 5404 Kirby, 713-661-0501; fajitasagogo.com.

Feges BBQ: Big Game Package includes a whole rack of ribs, a dozen smoked wings with choice of sauce, a pound of brisket burnt ends, and quart of smoked queso; $95 (place order here), must be ordered by Feb. 2 for pickup Feb at 3 or 5 at Greenway Plaza or Feb. 6 at Urban Harvest Farmers Market, 832-409-6118; fegesbbq.com

Goode Co. Barbecue: Game day party packs include choice of meats (brisket, pork ribs, smoked chicken, sausage, turkey breast or ham) and sides, pickles, onions, jalapenos, and service ware. Options: for 4 ($55, 2 pounds meat and 2 pints sides, 4 slices jalapeno cheese bread, and 1 pint barbecue sauce); for 6 ($75, 3 pounds meat, 3 pint sides, 6 bread, 1 pint barbecue sauce); for 10 ($135, 5 pounds meat, 3 pint sides, 1 bread loaf, 1 quart barbecue sauce). 5109 Kirby, 713-522-2530, 8911 Katy Fwy, 713-464-1901, and 8865 Six Pines Dr., The Woodlands, 281-947-9120; goodecompanybarbecue.com.

Goode Company Taqueria: Family Fajita Packs for Super Bowl ($65, feeds four) includes choice of meat, fresh tortillas, rice, refried beans, and fixings. 4902 Kirby, 713-520-9153; goodecompanytaqueria.com.

Kenny & Ziggy’s New York Delicatessen: Deli favorites, meat trays, sandwich platters, and all manner of hors d’oeuvres for game day entertaining. Choices include pigs in a blanket or mini potato knishes ($15 dozen), sweet and sour meatballs ($18 dozen), spinach dip with bagel chips ($13.95 pint, $21.95 quart), and sandwich platters ($15.95 per person, minimum 10 people). 2327 Post Oak, 713-871-8883; kennyandziggys.com.

Montrose Cheese & Wine: If cheese and charcuterie is your game day snacking choice, this Montrose retail store is offering a variety of boards from $45 to $160. 1618 Westheimer, 832-380-2461; montrosecheeseandwine.com

The Original Ninfa’s: Both Navigation and Uptown restaurants offering Super Bowl party pack including salsa, guacamole, queso, a dozen mini chicken flautas, a dozen beef fajita sliders, and a dozen chicken adobo skewers ($150, serves 6). Add a gallon of margaritas for $85. 2704 Navigation, 713-228-1175 and 1700 Post Oak, 346-335-2404; ninfas.com

Phat Eatery: Malaysian street food restaurant in Katy Asian Town is offering special Thai basil salt and pepper wings for Super Bowl entertaining (available Feb. 3-7). Wing orders 5 ($8) to 50 ($65). 23119 Colonial Pkwy., Katy, 832-913-6382; phateatery.com

Pondicheri: Creative Indian bistro is offering Super Bowl options such as madras chicken wings ($35 for two dozen twice-roasted wings with tamarind chutney); vindaloo ribs ($100 for two racks of ribs with salad, fries, Brussels sprouts and sauces); pickle pizzas ($12 for 10-inch naan pizzas); and Game Night Package ($90 serves four; lamb chops, madras wings, desi fries, naan pizza, dal and ranch raita). Order here. 2800 Kirby, 713-522-2022; pondicheri.com

Rainbow Lodge: Super Bowl to-go options include smoked duck and andouille sausage gumbo ($16 quart), bison and black bean chili ($16 quart), pecan-smoked bacon-wrapped quail breast ($22 for 6, $40 for 12), roasted poblano queso with spiced buffalo picadillo and pico de gallo ($9 pint), wild game sliders ($18 for 6, $35 for 12), and pulled pork sliders ($18 for 6, $35 for 12). 2011 Ella, 713-861-8666; rainbow-lodge.com

Rosie Cannonball: Montrose Italian restaurant (which is open for service on Super Bowl Sunday from 5 to 9 p.m.) has created a pizza cooking kit (3 pre-rolled pizza doughs for creating pepperoni, cacio e pepe and three-cheese pizzas at home; a family-style green salad; and half a dozen assorted cookies) and a ready-to-eat pizza package (same pizzas, salad, cookies). Each priced at $68, serves 4. Pickup on Sunday 4-5 p.m. at 1620 Westheimer, 832-380-2471; rosiecannonball.com.

State Fare Kitchen & Bar: Super Bowl food and beverages for take-away include Party box ($45, serves 4-6, includes frito pie, pickle dip and chips, guacamole and chips), Bucket of Wings ($16 for two pounds of smoked wings with choice of sauce), and margarita and Bloody Mary kits ($36). 947 Gessner, 832-831-0950 and 15930 City Walk in Sugar Land, 713-234-1405; statefaretx.com.

Sticky’s Chicken: Sawyer Yards restaurant offers buy one, get one half off Super Bowl trays for pre-orders placed by Feb. 5. Wing Tray options include 25 pieces for $30; 50 pieces for $55; 75 pieces for $65 (four flavors). Chicken over rice and karaage over rice trays are $100 (10-15 servings) and $125 (35-40 servings). 2311 Edwards, 713-703-5230; getstickys.com

Sylvia’s Enchilada Kitchen: In addition to take-away tamales, enchiladas, queso, and margaritas, Super Bowl entertaining options include Game Day family packs of combo fajitas that feed 10 ($150), chicken enchiladas ($110) and cheese enchiladas ($90). 6401 Woodway, 713-334-7295 and 1140 Eldridge Pkwy., 832-230-3842; sylviasenchiladakitchen.com.

Tacos a Go Go: Free delivery on Super Bowl Sunday with purchase of Go Go Taco and Margarita Pack ($59.99) which feeds four and includes chips and salsa, meat and fixings for two tacos per person, tortillas, rice, beans, sopapillas, and half-gallon margaritas. Multiple Houston locations, see tacosagogo.com

Treebeards: Game Day Package ($95, feeds 8) includes chicken and sausage gumbo with rice, French bread, crab and shrimp queso with chips, and 32 ounces margaritas. At Treebeards Bunker Hill only, 9655 Katy Fwy., 713-228-2622; treebeards.com

Walk-On’s Sports Bistreaux: The Tailgate To-Geaux bundle that includes boudin balls, Cajun queso, cheeseburger sliders and boneless wings, $50, feeds eight as a starter can be ordered to-go online. 21939 Kuykendahl, Spring, 281-801-7171; walk-ons.com

Greg Morago writes about food for the Houston Chronicle. Follow him on Facebook or Twitter. Send him news tips at [email protected] Hear him on our BBQ State of Mind podcast to learn about Houston and Texas barbecue culture.





  • Greg Morago

    Greg Morago was a features editor and reporter for The Hartford Courant for 25 years before joining the Houston Chronicle as food editor in 2009. He writes about food, restaurants, spirits, travel, fashion and beauty. He is a native Arizonan and member of the Pima tribe of the Gila River Indian Community.

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