The New York Giants made us proud this year by making it to the Supber bowl and now every other Brooklyn establishment has the perfect opportunity to cater loads of football-themed party packages or host gigantic-screen football parties. Whether you check out the game at home, one of five sports bars we love, or hit up any other Brooklyn spot, check out our list of ‘break-out-the-bib’ catered packages and where to get your grub, beer, Madonna and Cruz on.
Food, Glorious Food
Bark Hot Dog Super Bowl Catering
What: We all know it takes just one bite to get hooked on the Bark ‘dog’. Well, this Sunday you can chow down on more than just the Classic or Veggie Bark dog, because their kick-ass catering menu includes man-handling meats like Wings, Sausages and Sliders, Nachos and classic sides of Cole slaw, baked beans and Potato salad. Check out the full menu, as prices vary per serving.
Contact: Call 718.789.1939 or email [email protected]
Deadline: Order must be placed by Saturday Feb 4th, 5pm
Fatty Cue’ Super Bowl Package
What: Ribs, ribs and more finger lickin’ ribs available with individual catered packages and food available for up to 5 ($175 + tax), 10 ($345 + tax) and 20 ($595 + tax) people. Each package includes varying portions of Heritage Pork Ribs, Smoked BBQ wings with bastard bbq sauce, The Best Sandwich Ever (smoked roasted beef, ham, turkey, celery vinegar, provolone, cheddar, salted chili), Roasted brussel sprouts, Smoke mashed potatoes and PBR beer. $25 delivery charge
Deadline: 48 hours advance notice
Smith Canteen Super Bowl Party Package
What: Cobble Hill’s fave sandwich spot is throwing down and preparing you some serious Super Bowl snacks which feeds 8-10 people and include ready to assemble Frito chili pie, 4 dozen hot wings, Spiced tortilla chips and dip and Cayuga Pure Organics spiced popcorn.
Contact: Email [email protected] or stop by in person
Deadline: Order must be placed by Friday, February 3 at 2pm
Buttermilk Channel Super Bowl Package
What: The Giants won’t be only ones to score this Sunday (fingers so crossed). You and your gang can also score with some of the best fried chicken this side of the Bridge. Pair your Fried half chicken ($13) or Baby back ribs ($24 full/$13 half rack) with sides like Fingerling potato salad, Cole slaw, Bread & Butter pickles and Dill pickles. Go the extra ‘yard’ and throw in an 8 oz bag of Maple & Bacon Roasted Almonds ($10)
Contact: Call 718- 852- 8490 or stop by in person
Deadline: Order must be placed by February 1
Char No. 4 Super Bowl BBQ Take Home Feast
What: You won’t find any of Char No. 4’s 150 whiskey samples in your take home package, but you will find some good ol’ BBQ grub, including Smoked pork shoulder & kidney bean chili, Smoked dry-rubbed chicken wings with homemade ranch dressing and sides of Pinto bean dip with house made chorizo & scallions, Spicy tomatillo salsa with fresh tortilla chips and Potato salad with chipotle, pickled jalapeno & egg. 4 People, $96; 6 People, $144; 8 People, $192; 10 People, $240; 12 People, $288
Contact: Call 718.643.2106 and pick up between 10am and 7pm on Sunday, February 5
Deadline: Order must be placed by Thursday, February 2nd
Eastern District Super Bowl Party Platter
What: This Greenpoint gourmet goods shop is not taking sides and so they will be preparing both New York Giants and New England Patriots-themed platters. Giants fans can expect to nosh on NYC’s own fresh and lemony Salvatore Ricotta; Creamy, savory Nettle Meadow Kunik; Nutty, smoky Frere Fumant from 3-Corner Field Farm; Rustic, sharp Sprout Creek Madeline and Spicy, sweet Ewe’s Blue from Old Chatham Sheepherding Company. Patriot fans can expect Springy, mild, fresh mozzarella from Rhode Island’s Narragansett Creamery; Sweet, gooey, woodsy Harbison from Vermont’s Jasper Hill Farm, New Hampshire’s tangy, slightly sharp Landaff from Landaff Creamery; Bardwell’s hearty, beefy Rupert, from Vermont and Westfield Classic Blue Log, a goat cheese touched with blue, from Massachusetts. Not a big of either team, but still want to watch the game? Cool, because your party platter can include a combination of both New York and New England cheeses. The platters will run you $6 per person and can include bread, crackers, meats, olives, or other tasty accompaniments.
Contact: Call 718-349-1432 , email [email protected] or stop by in person. Orders require a minimum of 5 people and delivery can be made in Greenpoint.
Deadline: Lead time of two days
No. 7 Sub Party Subs
What: This recently opened extension of Fort Greene’s No. 7 Restaurant and sister to No. 7 Sub in NYC‘s Ace Hotel wants you to tackle their 6-foot sub sandwiches, which are sure to last you the entire football match. $75 gets you the toppings of your choice and $100 gets you one sandwich and 2 sides.
Deadline: Order by Friday, February 4 for pickup by 6pm, Sunday, February 5
No. 7 Fried Chicken
What: Simplicity is the name of the game at this Fort Greene hidden spot, offering 10 pieces of fried chicken plus one large side of Broccoli salad for $20. Perfect if you’re watching the game solo and want leftovers during the week and also suffice enough to feed your greedy neighbor or two.
Contact: (718) 522-6370
Deadline: Order by Friday, February 4 at 5pm and pickup between 5pm to 6pm, Sunday, February 5
Bark Hot Dogs and Sixpoint 1st Annual Tailgate Party
5:30pm, Bark Dogs (68 Bergen Street, Park Slope), $75/person
What’s better than communal seating, kick ass hot dogs, flowing Sixpoint brew and the NY Giants pummeling the NE Patriots (fingers crossed again)? And that’s not it, because the wonderful union of Bark Dog and Sixpoint is also serving up snacks and drinks throughout the game. Pre-game snacks include Chips and Cipolinni onion-Sour cream dip; Kick-off food includes Dogs, Wings and more beer, an Epic sky-box buffet at Half-time and The Endless Nosh of more food and flowing beer at Second Half.
Bell House Witstream Super Bowl 2012
5:30pm, Bell House (149 7th Street, Gowanus), Free
Leave it to this Gowanus music venue to add an element of humor during the Super Bowl. Bell House teamed up with Witstream to bring you a non-stop, live stream of comedic Super Bowl tweets. This could be a good thing, especially if the team you’re not rooting for scores a touchdown. You know it’s not Bell House without the drink specials, which will help you wash down small bites from Urban Rustic.
Loreley’s 2nd Annual Super Bowl Party
6pm, Loreley Williamsburg (64 Frost Street), Free
New winter beers, wings and brats are in store for you at this German-themed bar. Watch the game on large screens and be sure to cheer the New Giants on because for every touchdown they score, you receive that amount in dollars off every 1 liter of beer purchased (i.e. $1 off one touchdown, $2 off two touchdowns, etc) Additionally, go German for one night and kick out $30 for the Gaffel Kranz tray: eleven .3L beers and six German-style hotwings made with Loreley’s housemade curry and mustard sauces. Yum!
Knitting Factory Super Bowl Blowout!
5pm, Knitting Factory (361 Metropolitan Avenue), Free
Watch Madonna, Cruz and everyone else on a gigantic twelve foot projection screen or on one of two 48” plasma screens. It’s first come, first serve, so be sure to reserve seating to enjoy your free snacks and football-themed food packages like First Down, Field Goal and Touchdown. Each package offers beer, pizza and a reserved table and range from $45 to $150. Email [email protected] to reserve your table.
Littlefield Gridiron Grooves: The Super Bowl
5pm, Littlefield (622 Degraw Street, Gowanus), Free
This ‘hidden’ music venue will host a pre-game tailgate with free wings and DJ Ron P will fill the venue with music pre and post game. Enjoy a halftime performance by The Cypher and food catered by Ginger Root catering.
Brooklyn Winery Super Bowl Party
6:30pm, Brooklyn Winery (213 N 8th Street), Free
All this Williamsburg wine bar needs is another excuse to throw a party and thanks to the New York Giants, they have one. Watch the game on a 92” screen and munch on Hanger steak chili, rough cut fries, and a trio of dips. Wash this down with Brooklyn Brewery beer, available for purchase by the buckets.
Spike Hill Super Bowl Party
5:30pm, Spike Hill (184-186 Bedford Avenue), Free
$4 pints of Blue Moon Winter, 50 Cent wings, a Giant raffle and Cruz. Need we say more?
Super Bowl Sunday at Vodou Bar
5pm to 4am (95 Halsey Street at Nostrand Avenue, Bed-Stuy), Free
You will be chilling in the heart of Bed-Stuy at this hip spot. Watch the game on a huge screen while snacking on free wings from 5pm to 6:30pm. Special Super Bowl menu and specialty cocktails during happy hour are in order too!
SoCo Super Bowl Sunday
5pm (509 Myrtle Avenue, Clinton Hill) Free
Chill out Sunday and watch the game at this recent Southern-inspired, Clinton Hill spot. Chef Kingsley will be throwing down with Chorizo sliders ($7), F-Que wings ($7), Brady Bady Back Ribs ($8) and more as part of their Super Bowl Chow Down offerings.
Super Bowl Sunday Party at Pedro’s Kitchen
4pm to 1am (1 Hope Street at Roebing Street, Williamsburg), Free
Head to this Williamsburg eatery and watch the game on a huge 60″ projection screen. Chow down on 5 bottle beer buckets and wings ($20), Wings, beer and pineapple tequila shots ($10) and 5 bottle beer bucket with 3 empanadas ($15).
Super Bowl Party at Greenhouse Cafe
5p to 11pm (7717 Third Avenue, Bay Ridge), Free
Head to this neighborhood staple in Bay Ridge for Open Bar throughout the entire game and watch the game in any room. For $40, get your fill of the Halftime Blowout Buffet, including game-themed food items: Three and Down Five Spice BBQ Spare Ribs, Southern Fried Chicken A la Punt, Third and Juicy Combination Meatballs, Pig Skin Sausage Peppers and Onions and so much more!