Editor’s note, 1/24/20: This post has been updated with 2020 deals and information.
Even for families that don’t follow football, Super Bowl Sunday is a great time to get together with friends, have a few drinks, indulge on treats, and cheer for something. Whether you’re treating the whole family to a Sunday funday, grabbing some food to go, or sneaking away for a few hours without the kids, here are a few game-day recipes, specials, and deals.
Deals and Specials Around Town
Taco-loving Boulderites can pick up a party pack from bartaco on game day. The party packs are portioned for the size of your group (10-person minimum), and come ready to heat and serve. Select three fillings; the pack includes guacamole, salsa, chips, toppings, black beans, rice, asian slaw, grilled corn, and spicy cucumber salad. $14 per person. Order by calling 719-249-8226. 1048 Pearl St., Boulder.
This LoHi eatery is the go-to spot for seafood lovers looking to experience the tastes of the East Coast in the Centennial state. For the big day, stock your party with a quart of clam chowder for $28, take and bake lobster mac and cheese ($80 for four pounds), or a lobster roll kit including two pounds of lobster meat, eight New England style rolls, and butter for $150. All items are available for preorder through Friday, January 31 for pickup on Saturday, February 1 between 11 a.m. and 9 p.m. Order online or in-person. 1535 Central St., Denver.
Max’s Wine Dive is offering a special on their sliders all day on February 2. Choose from chicken with chipotle honey, house-made pickles, tomatoes, and lettuce, or bison with house-made pickles, ketchup, and grilled onions. Combo platters are also available. Take home 10 sliders for $40, 15 sliders for $60, or 20 sliders for $80. As a bonus, each slider order comes with a large order of truffle fries. 696 Sherman St., Denver.
To celebrate the big game, hungry football fans can enjoy free delivery on online orders more than $15 on February 2. Modern Market’s pizza night package is also available from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. and includes two pizzas and a salad for $17.50. 11 metro area locations.
The St. Louis-style barbecue joint is offering Super Bowl specials on February 2. Options include “In the Pocket” pulled rib meat rangoon served with sweet and sour sauce (six for $10), “Chiefin” bacon wrapped lil’ smokies ($12 per pound), “Packin’ the Heat” house-smoked brisket, cream cheese, jalapeno, onion, and housemade hot sauce served with corn chips ($16 per quart), and “Tot-ch Down” fried tater tots smothered in mac and cheese, brisket chili, shredded cheddar, and green onions ($31 per gallon). Sugarfire’s game day catering may be ordered through Saturday, February 1 at 2 p.m. 720-639-4903. 14375 Orchard Pkwy., Westminster.
Save some time on the big day by buying your game-day favorites from Whole Foods Market. Take home a tub of their fresh guacamole (try variations like Kaleamole and Sirachamole), fully-cooked chicken wings (available in spicy-sweet honey black pepper, barbecue, buffalo, and Korean-inspired Gochujang sauce), or a pretzel platter that comes with sweet, Bavarian-style mustard and either turkey, beef, or vegan meatballs. Available in the prepared food department. 14 metro area locations.
The oldest remaining structure in the Union Station neighborhood, Woodie Fisher is dishing up their boneless crispy chicken wings—at happy hour prices—from 2:30 p.m. until close on Super Bowl Sunday. For $4, five wings come with housemade ranch and Fresno hot sauce. Grab a seat at the bar for a front-row seat to the game. 1999 Chestnut Place, Denver.
Game Day Recipes to Make at Home
Hosting a Super Bowl party at home? Give these recipes a try.
This queso fundido recipe makes enough to feed eight to 10 people.
This recipe is an elevated take on an open face grilled cheese.
Serve this hummus with veggie crisps and fresh veggies for a healthy game-day snack.
Try out a vegetarian spin on the classic, with these buffalo cauliflower “wings.”
These chicken wings are sure to be a crowd pleaser during the game.
Serving drinks? Think outside the (juice) box with these mocktails.