The most highly anticipated televised event of the year is almost here. Millions of people all over the world will be tunning in to watch the big game and there’s only one thing bigger than making sure you don’t miss the $1 million dollar commercials. A Super Bowl party is probably the most important party one can host. From the food and drinks to the decorations and place settings, a Super Bowl is a a huge deal!
Not sure how to throw the ultimate party just yet? Check out our buyers guide to some of the areas best restaurants and chefs that will make your party an absolute hit for your friends and family!
What to Buy
- No Super Bowl party is complete without beer, this game day pick up a few six packs of Hops & Grain. Try the newest beer in their line up PorterCulture or The One They Call Zoe for easy drinking.
- Dai Due will have brats, venison hot dogs and gumbo for sale at their butcher counter. Throw them on the grill for an easy game day feast.
- Jack Allen’s Cookbook: Celebrating the Tastes of Texas has tons of recipes to choose from for great game day snacks like their Carl Miller Queso and Short Ribs plus plenty of cocktails to try. The cookbook is available for purchase at the Oak Hill and Round Rock locations as well as online.
What to Make
- For an easy, crowd pleasing snack try Péché’s mushroom fritters with herb sour cream.
- Lenoir’s executive chef and owner, Todd Duplechan, recommends making Thai Curry Rabbit Wings for a twist on the game day staple.
- Epicerie’s executive chef and owner, Sarah Mcintosh, has a great recipe for gumbo that is easy to share and sure to be a hit.
Where to Watch
- Sports bars are not for everyone, Due Forni will be airing the game on their projectors with the sound and serving up their Calabrian wings. No spilled beer plus delicious Italian food equals a classy game day.
- For a laid back game day with good cocktails and neighborhood vibes look no further than drink.well who will also be airing the game and offering drink specials.