The Super Bowl LV is this Sunday, February 7. Whether you're rooting for the Kansas City Chiefs or the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, or you're just in it for the commercials and halftime show, one thing's for sure: Being prepared with an arsenal of snacks is absolutely imperative for your game-day viewing. Below, we've gathered a list of great local options, from takeout specials, like Serious TakeOut's "big game ultimate snack pack" with buffalo wings, nachos, and "pizza tots," to places open for outdoor dining or limited indoor dining where you can watch the game, like the West Seattle sports bar Admiral Pub. For more ideas, check out our food and drink guide.
Eric Rivera's experimental, ever-evolving pop-up is ready to help you "eat your way through the Super Bowl" with a "Super & Rad Bowl Package" featuring two dozen wings with sauces, blue cheese, celery and carrot sticks, a Cubano sandwich kit, smoked baby back ribs, seven-layer dip, Sazon plantain dip, "chef's choice" ice cream, and Rainier beer.
Pickup or delivery
Art of the Table
The locally sourced Fremont spot has you covered with a Superbowl Sunday package that includes two pounds of buffalo wings, carrots and celery with house-made ranch, pigs in a blanket with house-made hot dogs and hot mustard, seven-layer dip with freshly made tortilla chips, loaded potato skins, chili-cilantro dusted popcorn, and pickles and olives, available for preorder via phone until Friday, February 5. Pickup is from 11 am-4 pm on Sunday, February 7.
Get the party started with this recently opened White Center bar's "Sports Ball Spectacular Party Pack" for four to six people, which includes four of their signature sandwiches, a dozen chicken wings, a giant garden salad, and a "big ol' pile" of curly fries, plus an optional bottle of vodka, bourbon, or tequila. Orders must be placed 24 hours in advance.
Unfortunately, the legendary fine-dining restaurant's glorious "I-Wish-Canlis-Made-Football-Food" Super Bowl kit, featuring barbecue ribs, chef Brady William's famous queso dip, all-natural beef chili dogs, spinach and artichoke dip with vinegar potato chips, fudgy chocolate game-day brownies, a liter of Canlis margaritas, and a growler of Bale Breaker Field 41 Pale Ale, is all sold out, but a waitlist is available via Tock.
Chinatown's Viet-Cajun gem has a seafood platter with fried snow crab claws, fried crawfish, fried scallops, popcorn shrimp, popcorn chicken, and lots of Cajun-spiced fries, available exclusively on the restaurant's own app.
Cone and Steiner
The neighborhood shop and market is teaming up with Stocked General Store to offer a Super Bowl LV package full of locally produced goods, including Mustard and Co. soft pretzel baking kit, a stick of Salt Blade salami, Bonache hatch hot sauce, Seattle Pickle Co. dill pickles, Recipe 33 smoky serrano-infused almonds, Late July Summer Time Blues chips, and a six-pack of Reuben's Pilsner beer.
Pickup or delivery
This family-owned Lebanese restaurant has planned a special à la carte pickup menu available for preorder with no minimum order. Choose from beef kafta meatballs with tzatziki dipping sauce, falafel bites with taratour tahini sauce, twice-baked potatoes with labneh and chives, couscous salad with za'atar and broccoli, za'atar popcorn, tzatziki, baba ghanoush, hummus, muhammara, labneh, pita bread, and pita chips.
This pizzeria serving both Chicago- and New York-style pies is offering 50% off any additional item with purchase of any two pizzas for takeout with the promo code "superbowl."
Edouardo Jordan's acclaimed Southern restaurant is doing Super Bowl food their way, with a nine-piece fried chicken bucket, dipping sauces, baked pimento cheese dip, jalapeño hushpuppies, boiled peanuts, mini hot link sausages, and a green salad with Newsom's country ham and tarragon vinaigrette. Order by 5 pm on Wednesday, February 3 for pickup from 12-3 pm on Sunday, February 7.
John Sundstrom's restaurant's Super Bowl box is packed with Wisconsin cheese curds, buffalo chicken wings, blue cheese dressing, celery, beef chili, bratwurst, sauerkraut, pretzel rolls, Kansas City barbecue pork ribs, kettle chips with ghost pepper ranch, salted chocolate chip cookies, and snickerdoodles.
Post Alley Pizza
Pike Place's beloved hole-in-the-wall pizzeria is offering massive Italian hoagies big enough to serve two to three Super Bowl watchers, with soppressata, spicy capicola, smoked ham, sharp provolone, red onion, shaved radicchio and iceberg lettuce, and red wine vinaigrette on a freshly baked seeded hoagie roll. Add "spicy anchovy and olive jazz" if you "like to party," as well as beer or wine. Pickup is available from 12-2 pm on Sunday, February 7.
Pike Place Market
Sam Choy's Poke to the Max
The "Godfather of Poke" Sam Choy's poke shop has a "Big Wave Pupu Platter" to feed three to four people, complete with crunchy katsu chicken, four lumpia rolls, kalua pork quesadilla, mac salad, furikake rice, four pieces of spam, and an egg, served with house-made lomi-lomi, namasu, katsu sauce, and sweet chili sauce.
Rainier Valley, SeaTac, Kirkland, Tacoma
The Pike Place Market tour company, which pivoted to sell boxes of food products from local vendors and was recently purchased by the sustainable sandwich shop chain Homegrown, has put together a "Big Game Day" market box with a CSA-style box with guacamole ingredients, fruits, and veggies from Frank's Quality Produce; gourmet pizza from Homegrown; Draper Valley chicken wings and drumsticks; Umami 33 marinade; Seattle Bagel Bakery sea salt bagel chips; Beecher's Cheese Cuban bean dip; a snack pack of meats and cheeses from Glondo's Sausage; Middlefork Roasters coffee beans; and Cinerama-style chocolate popcorn from Cobb's Gourmet Popcorn.
Pike Place Market
Tom Douglas's takeout restaurant promises to make you "the real MVP" with a "big game ultimate snack pack" for two, featuring buffalo wings, blue cheese, celery and carrot sticks, Cantina Lena's famous nachos with crispy pork carnitas and queso fundido, "pizza tots" (golden fried tater tots topped with marinara, cheese, pepperoni cups, and pizza spices), and two themed Jell-O shots for your team of choice. Add on a Cantina Lena margarita, a boilermaker kit with Evan Williams bourbon whiskey and Rainier beer, a House Wine can, an IPA growler, or more Jell-O shots.
Capitol Hill's Italian standby is selling a stylish spread of bagna cauda; raw vegetables; beef- and pork-stuffed cipollini onions; mini meatballs with marinara; salami with fontina, gorgonzola, and parmigiano cheese; and a focaccia sandwich with caramelized onion mayo, prosciutto cotto, and provolone.
Upgrade from dino chicken nuggets with Super Six's pork katsu nuggets, which come with your choice of Bull-Dog tonkatsu sauce or house "kat(su)" sauce. Add on beer and/or musubi to round out your game day provisions.
Pickup or delivery
The gourmet cupcake bakery has themed treats topped with petite pigskin decorations and sprinkles.
Pickup or delivery
Wild Mountain Cafe
This longtime Ballard brunch spot has a ready-to-bake nacho kit to feed six, with chorizo, cheddar and jack cheese, pickled jalapeños, onions, refried beans, salsa, sour cream, and guacamole. They also have a mac and cheese platter for six and mimosa and Bloody Mary kits. Orders must be placed by Friday, February 5.
The Jewish deli's Super Bowl menu includes smoked wings, bagel chips and dip, a meat and bread platter for build-your-own sandwiches, bagels, cookies, and beer from three local breweries: The Wishing Fountain Cara Cara Orange & Raspberry Sour from Ravenna Brewing, The White Lodge Belgian White Ale from Holy Mountain Brewing, and “It’s Just a (P)Haze IPA” from Peddler Brewing.
Pickup or delivery
The West Seattle sports bar will be showing the game and recommends coming early to grab a table.
Outdoor dining and limited indoor dining
Central Cafe and Juice Bar
This eco-conscious cafe and juice bar in the Central District is celebrating the game by serving all-you-can-eat vegan or beef nachos for $25 on their covered outdoor patio, with limited seating available by reservation. Coffee, juice, smoothies, and alcoholic beverages will also be available for purchase.
To avoid trademark violations, this winery is offering a "pooper stroll" watch party with limited indoor seating available for reservation, along with beer or wine.
Limited indoor dining
Hyatt Regency Lake Washington
Along with views of Lake Washington, the Hyatt Regency's dockside restaurant will offer outdoor pavilion seating with the game displayed on multiple big screens, plus game day specials, wine, cocktails, and Italian food.
The Belltown Italian restaurant, which has a heated and covered patio, is taking reservations for Super Bowl Sunday starting at 2 pm.
LTD Bar and Grill
This casual sports bar is taking reservations for limited indoor seating or heated outdoor seating.
Outdoor dining or limited indoor dining
Otter Bar and Burger
In addition to a game day takeout package with stuffed potato skins, wings, Spam fries, sriracha mayo, and Kansas City barbecue pork and shrimp po' boy sliders (to represent the two teams), this Eastlake bar will be showing the game, with limited indoor seating and patio seating. Dine-in specials include housemade orange vodka for $5 touchdown shots, potato boats, Spam fries, and barbecue pork and shrimp po' boy sliders.
Pickup, outdoor dining, or limited indoor dining
Rocky Pond Winery
This Woodinville winery will be showing the game on an oversized projector and will have limited outdoor seating on a heated patio available by reservation. They'll serve wine and a tailgate-inspired food menu.
In addition to selling Super Bowl platters with options for charcuterie, sliders, and wings, this Rainier Valley cafe is taking reservations for parties of five or less to watch the game on projectors and big screen TVs from their covered and heated patio. Game day food and drink specials include wings, charcuterie, sliders, buckets of champagne and rosé, cocktails, and discounted beer pitchers.
Pickup or outdoor dining