Whether you’re the host with the most, or the host with no clue, make this years Superbowl celebration something to cheer about. Thanks to some of Chicago’s finest chefs and restaurants, you can have the party brought straight to your door step! Spend your Sunday interacting with friends and family rather than stuck in the kitchen.
Executive Chef Jason Kurosaki is offering his BBQ smoked over hickory, oak and cherry hardwood for the big game. Boxes are available for pick-up or delivery ($10 charge) and include smoked wings, BBQ (brisket, chicken, pork), mac & cheese, buns, cole slaw and BBQ sauce. Orders may be made by calling 708.669.9744. Boxes available include:
· The Piglet: feeds five to six; choice of one BBQ option ($89)
· The Pig Out: feeds 10-12; choice of two BBQ options ($169)
THE SMOKE DADDY
Tood Stein at Smoke Daddy, where all meats are smoked in-house every day, is offering pick-up or delivery options on their BBQ packages, as well as pre-made sub trays that will include smoked ham and rotisserie chicken and pulled meat sliders. Trays are available in two sizes, to feed either 10 or 20 people. See below a full Super Bowl menu. To order, call 773.772.6656 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This Super Bowl Sunday, Chicago q has created a special catering menu, perfect for any party. The menu features the restaurants barbecue fare alongside game day staples like Smoked Dry-Rubbed Wings, and Pulled Pork, Pulled Chicken and Beef Brisket Sliders.
The star of the menu, and party, will be Chicago q’s new Pitmaster Mac ‘n Cheese. The Pitmaster Mac ‘n Cheese features Chicago q’s signature brûléed macaroni and cheese topped with panko, cheddar and mozzarella cheeses, chives and pig powder dry rub with the option to add two or three smokey accoutrements: baby back bites, brisket burnt ends, pulled pork, pulled chicken, bacon and smoked corn.
Super Bowl catering orders must be placed by Friday, January 30.
In addition, Chicago q will be open regular hours on Super Bowl Sunday with TVs broadcasting the game in the bar, Octagon room and upstairs lounge, which is outfitted with large, comfortable couches. Take out will also be available.
River Roast’s Ultimate Super Bowl To-Go Package includes something for every guest at the gathering glued to the TV. The $99 package satisfies six hungry stomachs and is complete with a variety of fan-favorite menu items.
Hosts will surprise guests by swapping out the traditional nacho dish for Turnips Au Gratin, allowing everyone to get their cheese fix of gruyere and ricotta. While watching players pass the pigskin, fans can devour Pork Meatballs over ricotta gnocchi and topped with tomato sauce. To add some green to the mix, look to the Chopped Salad and Hogan’s Peas with pearl onions, bacon and bibb. Served with crispy potatoes, two Whole Chickens are wood smoked in a state-of-the-art oven that results in a juicy bird every time. Save the carcass for a centerpiece or tomorrow’s chicken soup.
The package is available for carryout only. To order, hosts can call (312) 822-0100 anytime before 3pm on Sunday to order the bundle of items above and have the feast on the table before kickoff.
THE MEATLOAF BAKERY
Forget the chicken wings and chips and dips and go with meatloaf this Super Bowl Sunday! With an array of unique options perfect for Super Bowl munching, The Meatloaf Bakery™ – home of the original meatloaf cupcake – is the solution for a memorable gathering! With flavors like the Wing and a Prayer Loaf (ground chicken and celery mixed with wing sauce, crumbled bleu cheese, topped with a buttery bleu cheese crust), No Buns About It Burger Loaf (bacon, cheddar, onions, mustard, ketchup, pickles and beef topped with cheesy taters), and El Loafo Del Fuego (ground pork and chorizo, green olives, hot peppers, almonds, garlic, and a touch of sherry), The Meatloaf Bakery is a one–stop destination for Super Bowl Sunday. Partyers who are too busy entertaining can have these tasty treats delivered right to their doorstep (orders of $100 or more, receive free delivery). Those looking to enjoy The Meatloaf Bakery around the country can also enjoy these one of a kind cupcakes by ordering through Meatloaf By Mail™ as well.
*Each flavor is available as a mini loafie, cupcake, or full meatloaf
HOWELLS & HOOD
Executive Chef Brett Neubauer and the team at Howells & Hood are happy to host the 2nd Annual “Super Chili Bowl II” chef competition on Super Bowl Sunday, February 1. In addition to Howells & Hood, participating restaurants include: DMK, Oak + Char, The Radler, Tanta, and TETE Charcuterie.
The six-serving chili flight is available for $16.00 per person, excluding tax and gratuity, from 3:00 p.m. until the end of the game.
The chili flight includes:
Chef Brett Neubauer, Howells & Hood (435 N. Michigan)
1871 Chili featuring a flavorful trio of smoked brisket, NY strip steak, and pork, along with chipotle peppers, red onions, crème fraiche, New Holland Dragon’s Milk Stout and a corn muffin
Chef Michael Kornick, DMK (2954 N. Sheffield)
Hatch Green Chili made with Pork shoulder, hatch green chilies, tomatillo, white hominy, and pinto beans
Chef Joe Heppe, Oak + Char (217 W. Huron)
Redneck Rabbit Chili made of Slagel Farms rabbit and smoked cilantro yogurt
Chef Nathan Sears, The Radler (2375 N. Milwaukee)
The Krampus Chili made with smoked pork, white bean, and sauerkraut
Chef Jesus Delgado, Tanta (118 W. Grand)
Picante de Carne made with beef and Lima bean in aji panca stew with queso fresco
Chef Kurt Guzowski, TETE Charcuterie (1114 W. Randolph)
Texas TETE featuring spicy braised beef Texas-style chili