Game Plan: We mapped out your Super Bowl menu

Ballin' eats.


Super Bowl Sunday is all about the game, of course, but that doesn’t mean you can fumble when it comes to the food. Whether you’ll be out on the town or down on the couch, you can cheer on your hometown heroes without going hungry. / Grace Rasmus


Craigie on Main

Satisfy pork-loving guests with Craigie’s Swanky Super Bowl Party Package. $75 gets you 4-6 servings, including a slow-roasted baby pig’s head, tortillas, black beans, guac, salsa, cornbread and fried pigs’ tails.

Extra point: Add a rack of crispy, spice-crusted heritage pork ribs for $20.

853 Main St., Cambridge (617-497-5511)


The restaurant is offering a six-person Super Bowl Feast To-Go ($49) consisting of an 18-piece square Sicilian pizza, balsamic garlic chicken wings and pepperoni-flavored popcorn.

345 Congress St., Boston (617-345-0005)

Rosa Mexicano

Rosa Mexicano is offering a Guac-to-Go Party Pack ($5 per person), a take-out version of their signature guacamole en molcajete with housemade tortillas and corn tortilla chips.

Extra point: Don’t miss out on the pre-game—Rosa Mexicano delivers right to your door.

155 Seaport Boulevard, Boston (617-476-6122)


Area Four

Order up one of Area Four’s Super Bowl specials, such as their tuna taco pizza pie with lime chili sauce, plus brown bean barbecue pork ribs.

500 Technology Sq., Cambridge (617-758-4444)

Battery Park

Snack on shareable plates like pulled pork tacos and cheesesteak egg rolls among a sea of 17 HD TVs.

Extra point: At the end of each quarter, expect gift card giveaways, along with raffles for T-shirts, hats, liquor bottles and a tailgate grill.

33 Batterymarch St., Boston (617-350-7275)

BOKX 109 American Prime

Work up an appetite for all-you-can-eat baked mac and cheese, seven layer dip and chicken wings in flavors like barbecue, Asian, hot and hotter.

Extra Point: Get a pitcher of draught beer for $10.

399 Grove St, Newton (617-454-3399)


It’ll be first-come, first-served at Bronwyn with specials including wagyu sauerbraten chili, paprika chicken wings, coriander-garlic kielbasa and foot-long bratwursts with haus mustard.

Extra point: Make game day an all-day affair with brunch from 11 am–2:30 pm and bar snacks from 2:30-5 pm.

255 Washington St., Somerville (617-776-9900)


Ride the Patriots’ coattails at Papagayo. If they take home the Lombardi trophy, guests will get all their food for free. There are only two small catches: sit down with a reservation by kickoff at 6:30 pm, and purchase a beverage.

Extra point: Even if the Pats lose, you’ll still get 50 percent off your total food bill.

283 Summer St., Boston (617-423-1000); 15 West St., Boston (617-423-3600)

Restaurant dante

In addition to complimentary pomodoro bruschetta at the bar, the chefs will send around arancini with porcini risotto, mozzarella and truffle honey every time the Pats score.

40 Edwin H. Land Boulevard, Cambridge (617-497-4200)

Sweet Cheeks Q

Sweet Cheeks hosts an all-day Pig Skin Pig Out buffet, where $30 buys signature biscuits, barbecue meats, hot and cold sides and non-alcoholic beverages.

Extra point: If you’re looking for more of a kick, stop by the Bloody Mary or mimosa bar.

1381 Boylston St., Boston (617-266-1300)

The Tap Trailhouse

The Pats Pairing special ($15) includes a Noble Dog—a baked bean-topped half-pound beef hotdog poached in brown sugar and Freedom Trail Ale—along with one of three New England craft beer flights in a dark, light or seasonal brew.

Extra Point: If the Patriots win, each table will get a gift card for the dollar amount equal to the team’s final score.

19 Union St., Boston (617-367-0033) 

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