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
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