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Forget Taylor Swift, Feast Your Eyes on these Super Bowl Eats in NYC
January 30, 2024, 7:01.54 pm ET

Photos: Breads Bakery

Get ready for Super Bowl LVlll on Sunday Feb 11 at 6:30pm between the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs. And to keep your energy up throughout all of the action, here's a look at what some NYC eateries are cooking up for the big game!

Breads Bakery is gearing up for the Super Bowl with game-day sandwiches, breads and bites. Sandwiches include Buffalo Cauliflower Sliders, $81 with buffalo cauliflower, celery, and blue cheese on mini football-shaped whole wheat rolls (serves 12); Mini Pretzel Sandwiches, $81 with mini salted pretzel rolls (serves 12), avocado, radish and micro greens; and the Gouda and vegetable sandwich.

Super Bowl Breads include the Whole Wheat Football, $8: whole wheat bread shaped and cross-laced like a football; and Team Sourdough, $9: naturally-fermented sourdough, stenciled with the logo of the team of your choice.

Breads is also offering assorted sides and bites like Mac & Cheese, $48 (serves 8-10): Buffalo Cauliflower, $36 (serves 10): roasted cauliflower with buffalo sauce; Crudite Platter, $58 (serves 10-12): a variety of vegetables accompanied by hummus and blue cheese dips; Spicy Cheese Straw Bites (serves 8-10) for $58; Pretzel Bites Platter, $68 (serves 8-10) with a selection of house-made mustard; and Baguette Chips and Dip, $58 with garlic and Parmesan cheese served with house-made guacamole.

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Photo: EMILY Brooklyn

EMILY Brooklyn is bringing its incredible chicken wings back for the occasion (and a permanent return to the menu). The Hot Nguyen wings are served with gochujang, ranch, and radish. Takeout options for Super Bowl Sunday, 2/11 include: $18 for 6 wings; $32 for 12; and $15 margaritas to go. All wing orders must be placed by Sunday 2/4 with Pick up on Sunday 2/11 from 3:30pm - 5:30pm (919 Fulton Street in Brooklyn). Order in advance by emailing

Photo: Electric Burrito

Electric Burrito – the fast casual spot known for their authentic fry-stuffed California burritos – is offering catering and party packages for the Super Bowl featuring their signature burritos (cut in half), choice of tacos, nachos, and all the fixings. Packages range from $175 for 8-10 people to $600 for up to 40 people. Drink packages are also available upon request. For purchase, email

Photo: Momofuku Noodle Bar

Calling all football fans! Momofuku Noodle Bar East Village is rounding up the crew for the game calls for an epic game day feast. This year, it is serving up a spread of Korean fried chicken wings plus an array of side dishes – potato chips + spicy salt, cheesy broccoli rice cakes, daikon jalapeno pickles, and a pack of King’s Hawaiian Rolls. This meal pack comes hot and ready to eat. Serve immediately after pick up. Price: $245 per ticket (feeds 6-8 people). Pick up is available from 4 to 4:30 pm at Noodle Bar East Village 171 First Ave. Order here

Momofuku Noodle Bar Uptown at Columbus Circle is serving up a spread of lemon sichuan pepper wings, Korean fried chicken wings, spicy pork nachos and an array of sides – kimchi, cucumber salad, soy pickled daikon and miso chocolate chip cookies for dessert. You can also add on a half Bo Ssäm package with King’s Hawaiian Rolls and sauces for an additional $125. The Big Game Feast is ready to serve upon pick up on Sunday, February 11. If reheating is needed, you can reheat in oven at 350 degrees. One ticket = One Big Game Feast. Price: $175 per ticket, optional $125 add on (feeds 6-8 people). Pick up is available from 12 to 3 pm at Noodle Bar Uptown Third Floor, 10 Columbus Circle. Order here

Photo: Quality Italian

Quality Italian (57 W 57 St) will be offering its Buffalo Chicken Parm Pizza for the entire month of February. A twist on their signature Chicken Parm Pizza for two, this February special features Frank's Red Hot hot sauce, shaved celery and carrots, and gorgonzola dolce. This will be available for dine-in and takeout, with pre-orders starting one week ahead on Toast.

Photo: Gamehaus/Radivoje Jovanovic

Gamehaus, the Sports Bar, Arcade and Beer Hall is planning some blowout festivities for both the most devoted sports watchers, or for people looking for their own night of play. Revelers can catch all of the action on a dozen large screen TVs alongside its 11-foot tall LED video wall for the ultimate sports watching experience. A menu of over 20 beers from mostly New York City and tri-state local microbreweries feature alongside an array of craft cocktails, mocktails and better bar food elevating comfort classics. Specials for the Big Game include: Beer & Wine Open Bar: 2 Hours ($45), 3 Hours ($60); Premium Open Bar: 2 Hours ($60), 3 Hours ($80); and $1 WINGS - Order of 10, 25, 50, 100, Choice of 1 flavor per order - Lemon Pepper, Honey Sriracha or Buffalo. For more information, visit