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Where to Buy Game Day Specials for Super Bowl LV

Nachos, wings, Kansas City barbecue, Tampa-centric Cuban sandwiches, and more for takeout and delivery

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The 2020 NFL season comes to a close on Sunday, February 7, as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers host the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV (6:30 p.m., CBS). Huge game day parties aren’t advisable during the COVID-19 crisis, and restaurants in D.C. must limit indoor dining capacity to 25 percent, so festivities will look a little different this year. Still, the annual event is an opportunity for local restaurants to move wings, nachos, Cuban sandwiches, K.C.-style burnt ends, and more. This map emphasizes takeout specials with a couple options for watching inside a restaurant.

A number of D.C. area restaurants have resumed dine-in service. The level of service offered is indicated on each map point. However, this should not be taken as endorsement for dining in, as there are still safety concerns. The Washington Post is tracking coronavirus cases and deaths in D.C., Maryland, and Virginia. More information can be found at coronavirus.dc.gov. Studies indicate that there is a lower exposure risk when outdoors, but the level of risk involved with patio dining is contingent on restaurants following strict social distancing and other safety guidelines.

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Money Muscle BBQ

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Chef Edward Reavis, the North Carolina native behind this Silver Spring barbecue operation, is selling takeout platters in a variety of sizes that come with regional options like Texas brisket or Carolina pulled pork with a range of sauces and sides like cheddar Sriracha biscuits. Order here for pickup (3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Super Bowl Sunday) at Money Muscle’s HQ (All Set Restaurant and Bar). — G.H.

A “poultry party” from Money Muscle BBQ comes with wings, barbecue chicken, and a brined turkey leg.
A “poultry party” from Money Muscle BBQ comes with wings, barbecue chicken, and a brined turkey leg.
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2Fifty Texas BBQ

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In an effort to curb large gatherings, this standout Texas barbecue joint in Riverdale Park is providing combination platters for two, four, or eight people. Choose from wagyu brisket, St. Louis pork ribs and sides like potato salad and coleslaw. Pre-orders for pick-up begin Monday at 11 a.m. and will end Wednesday at 10 a.m.

Wagyu brisket from 2Fifty Texas BBQ
Wagyu brisket from 2Fifty Texas BBQ
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Bread Furst

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The reputable Van Ness bakery is using Super Bowl Sunday as a springboard for a pop-up called Alberto’s Pizza. In addition to nachos and wings, find pizzas from head baker Ben Arnold and Philly cheesesteaks from Scott Auslander, who owned Ventnor Sports Cafe in Adams Morgan. Call or email  catering@breadfurst.com to preorder for pickup. Uber Eats and Doordash will deliver on game day.

Pennyroyal Station

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This new Mount Rainier, Maryland, restaurant specializes in bar snacks with a touch of refinement. A meat-heavy Super Bowl package ($100) includes 40 confit chicken wings, pulled pork and queso sliders, seven-layer taco dip, and chili macaroni and cheese. A vegetarian option comes with a seven-layer dip, veggie burger sliders, three-cheese macaroni and cheese, sour cream and smoked onion dip, and fried green tomatoes. Both serve up to five people, and orders must be placed by Monday, February 1, for pick-up between 4-5:30 pm. on Sunday.

Lulu’s Wine Garden

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This U Street NW wine bar full of Southwestern vibes offers a Super Bowl kit that also pulls from sibling all-day cafe Royal. For $90, customers get three 4-ounce cocktails, a six-pack of Atlas Double IPA, and a choice of dip — white queso or whipped feta and harissa from Albuquerque-native Cable Smith. Preorder for pickup on Tock. — Gabe Hiatt

Bethesda Bagels (Multiple locations)

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Delay bagels from breakfast to the afternoon on Super Bowl Sunday. At Bethesda Bagels, an MVP box consists of bagel dogs, bagel chips and dip, sandwich making essentials, sides, fruit, and cookies. The DMV favorite is also selling a DIY pizza bagel kit that features bagel dogs. Finish the meal with cookies decorated with the Chiefs and Bucs team colors. Place preorders via email by contacting order@BethesdaBagels.com.

This California-style Mexican pop-up from Pineapple and Pearls alum Nicholas Olivas is selling Super Bowl packs ($65) from its Dupont Circle kitchen, inside Sichuan restaurant Astoria. Packages fit for two to three people come with grilled chicken nachos, chipotle-soy chicken wings, carnitas tacos, and churros with Nutella ganache for dessert. Email info@gonzoeats.com with a full name, contact number, and pickup time (11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Super Bowl Sunday). — G.H.

Espita is also getting in on the big game fun with a  party pack. The deal includes two cheesesteaks (cut to make it shareable), two pounds of Fresno chile wings, and a six-pack of Victoria for $55. Upgrade options are also available upon request.

All-Purpose (Multiple locations)

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Both All-Purpose locations (Shaw and Navy Yard) are offering a few Super Bowl specials, including an “ultimate” chicken Parm big enough for three people, fried wing platters with feta ranch, and special sandwiches. Order through the restaurant’s website on the day of the game, or preorder via email (info@allpurposedc.com for Shaw; riverfront@allpurposedc.com). — G.H.

An “ultimate” chicken Parm from All-Purpose

Pisco y Nazca Ceviche Gastrobar

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For $90, Pisco y Nazca’s Big Game Package comes with shredded chicken empanadas, yuca and spicy cheese sauce, Peruvian chicken skewers, ceviche and jalea, a seafood platter. Add any bottle of pisco sour for an additional $25. Order for delivery or pickup.

Astro Doughnuts & Fried Chicken (Multiple locations)

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The D.C. based brand for fried treats, which just added a pickup outpost in Shaw, sells individual Boston cream pie doughnuts that look like footballs ($3.75 each. Other options include chicken BLT sandwiches and miniature doughnut and chicken plates. Sides like tater tots and biscuits make up a carb-heavy spread. Find it on Toast for takeout and delivery.

Family Meal at Astro Doughnuts & Fried Chicken
Family Meal at Astro Doughnuts & Fried Chicken
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Colony Grill

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Virginia allows full-capacity indoor dining as long as tables maintain social distancing. For those looking for a different view than their living rooms, Colony Grill in Arlington will be showing the game on all four of its 60-inch televisions. The pizza parlor, serving crunchy thin crust bar pies, will also provide large order delivery for Arlington residents (10 diners or more).

Hot oil pies are marked with a whole serrano chile in the middle.
Hot oil pies are marked with a whole serrano chile in the middle.
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Smokecraft Modern Barbecue

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This newcomer to Clarendon, known for smoking nearly everything on the menu, caters to home parties with a menu full of platters that feed six to eight people with options like smoked Buffalo chicken dip, five-pound trays of wings, and pork belly burnt ends. Dessert trays come with brownies, cookies, and key lime pie bars.

Fight Club

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This sandwich-centric restaurant from Beuchert’s Saloon is offering a Tampa Cubano is stacked with ham, roasted mojo pork, salami, provolone, mustard, and pickle chips on a hoagie roll. In the opposite corner, the Kansas City Cheese Slipper features brisket burnt ends and pimento cheese on smoked potato bread. A $95 party package that feeds three to four includes one quart of Chef Andrew Markert’s chili, four homemade half smokes with buns⁣, chili nachos, queso, pickled chile pico de gallo, and 10 smoked wings with cheddar cheese sauce. It’s available for pickup Super Bowl Sunday.

MI VIDA

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The waterfront Mexican restaurant in Southwest has a Super Bowl spread with a taco kit, wings, baby back ribs, and a DIY-nacho package. Toast to a touchdown drive with margarita kits and select Mexican beer.

A cast-iron platter filled with queso fundido, flecked with chorizo and green onions and stretched with a fork. Tortillas appear on the side. Mi Vida/official photo

The Roost

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Neighborhood Restaurant Group’s food hall in Capitol Hill has all kinds of carryout beer and cocktail specials — including a “TB12 Method” drink made with avocado oil-washed gin and electrolyte water — kitchen sink nachos from Hi/Fi Taco, and team-themed pizzas (Cubano for Tampa; bbq chicken for K.C.) from Slice Joint. Preorder for pickup or delivery here. — G.H.

Cubano and chicken barbecue pizzas from Slice Joint
Cubano and chicken barbecue pizzas from Slice Joint
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Bammy's

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The Caribbean spot in Navy Yard is offering to-go packages for parties of four. Included are 20 jerk chicken wings, jerk pork belly, four jerk chicken sausages, buns, coleslaw, macaroni pie and a wide selection of condiments. Drinks include Red Stripe and rum punch. Both two-person cocktails and large format beverages are also available. Guests can place their orders in person or online for pick-up via Toast. 

TAP Sports Bar

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Prince George’s County recently allowed indoor dining to return at 25 percent capacity, so the casino sports bar at MGM National Harbor will open its doors for the game.

Money Muscle BBQ

Chef Edward Reavis, the North Carolina native behind this Silver Spring barbecue operation, is selling takeout platters in a variety of sizes that come with regional options like Texas brisket or Carolina pulled pork with a range of sauces and sides like cheddar Sriracha biscuits. Order here for pickup (3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Super Bowl Sunday) at Money Muscle’s HQ (All Set Restaurant and Bar). — G.H.

A “poultry party” from Money Muscle BBQ comes with wings, barbecue chicken, and a brined turkey leg.
A “poultry party” from Money Muscle BBQ comes with wings, barbecue chicken, and a brined turkey leg.
Melena DeFlorimonte/M. Shonell Photography

2Fifty Texas BBQ

In an effort to curb large gatherings, this standout Texas barbecue joint in Riverdale Park is providing combination platters for two, four, or eight people. Choose from wagyu brisket, St. Louis pork ribs and sides like potato salad and coleslaw. Pre-orders for pick-up begin Monday at 11 a.m. and will end Wednesday at 10 a.m.

Wagyu brisket from 2Fifty Texas BBQ
Wagyu brisket from 2Fifty Texas BBQ
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Bread Furst

The reputable Van Ness bakery is using Super Bowl Sunday as a springboard for a pop-up called Alberto’s Pizza. In addition to nachos and wings, find pizzas from head baker Ben Arnold and Philly cheesesteaks from Scott Auslander, who owned Ventnor Sports Cafe in Adams Morgan. Call or email  catering@breadfurst.com to preorder for pickup. Uber Eats and Doordash will deliver on game day.

Pennyroyal Station

This new Mount Rainier, Maryland, restaurant specializes in bar snacks with a touch of refinement. A meat-heavy Super Bowl package ($100) includes 40 confit chicken wings, pulled pork and queso sliders, seven-layer taco dip, and chili macaroni and cheese. A vegetarian option comes with a seven-layer dip, veggie burger sliders, three-cheese macaroni and cheese, sour cream and smoked onion dip, and fried green tomatoes. Both serve up to five people, and orders must be placed by Monday, February 1, for pick-up between 4-5:30 pm. on Sunday.

Lulu’s Wine Garden

This U Street NW wine bar full of Southwestern vibes offers a Super Bowl kit that also pulls from sibling all-day cafe Royal. For $90, customers get three 4-ounce cocktails, a six-pack of Atlas Double IPA, and a choice of dip — white queso or whipped feta and harissa from Albuquerque-native Cable Smith. Preorder for pickup on Tock. — Gabe Hiatt

Bethesda Bagels (Multiple locations)

Delay bagels from breakfast to the afternoon on Super Bowl Sunday. At Bethesda Bagels, an MVP box consists of bagel dogs, bagel chips and dip, sandwich making essentials, sides, fruit, and cookies. The DMV favorite is also selling a DIY pizza bagel kit that features bagel dogs. Finish the meal with cookies decorated with the Chiefs and Bucs team colors. Place preorders via email by contacting order@BethesdaBagels.com.

Gonzo

This California-style Mexican pop-up from Pineapple and Pearls alum Nicholas Olivas is selling Super Bowl packs ($65) from its Dupont Circle kitchen, inside Sichuan restaurant Astoria. Packages fit for two to three people come with grilled chicken nachos, chipotle-soy chicken wings, carnitas tacos, and churros with Nutella ganache for dessert. Email info@gonzoeats.com with a full name, contact number, and pickup time (11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Super Bowl Sunday). — G.H.

Espita

Espita is also getting in on the big game fun with a  party pack. The deal includes two cheesesteaks (cut to make it shareable), two pounds of Fresno chile wings, and a six-pack of Victoria for $55. Upgrade options are also available upon request.

All-Purpose (Multiple locations)

Both All-Purpose locations (Shaw and Navy Yard) are offering a few Super Bowl specials, including an “ultimate” chicken Parm big enough for three people, fried wing platters with feta ranch, and special sandwiches. Order through the restaurant’s website on the day of the game, or preorder via email (info@allpurposedc.com for Shaw; riverfront@allpurposedc.com). — G.H.

An “ultimate” chicken Parm from All-Purpose

Pisco y Nazca Ceviche Gastrobar

For $90, Pisco y Nazca’s Big Game Package comes with shredded chicken empanadas, yuca and spicy cheese sauce, Peruvian chicken skewers, ceviche and jalea, a seafood platter. Add any bottle of pisco sour for an additional $25. Order for delivery or pickup.

Astro Doughnuts & Fried Chicken (Multiple locations)

The D.C. based brand for fried treats, which just added a pickup outpost in Shaw, sells individual Boston cream pie doughnuts that look like footballs ($3.75 each. Other options include chicken BLT sandwiches and miniature doughnut and chicken plates. Sides like tater tots and biscuits make up a carb-heavy spread. Find it on Toast for takeout and delivery.

Family Meal at Astro Doughnuts & Fried Chicken
Family Meal at Astro Doughnuts & Fried Chicken
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Colony Grill

Virginia allows full-capacity indoor dining as long as tables maintain social distancing. For those looking for a different view than their living rooms, Colony Grill in Arlington will be showing the game on all four of its 60-inch televisions. The pizza parlor, serving crunchy thin crust bar pies, will also provide large order delivery for Arlington residents (10 diners or more).

Hot oil pies are marked with a whole serrano chile in the middle.
Hot oil pies are marked with a whole serrano chile in the middle.
Rey Lopez/Eater DC

Smokecraft Modern Barbecue

This newcomer to Clarendon, known for smoking nearly everything on the menu, caters to home parties with a menu full of platters that feed six to eight people with options like smoked Buffalo chicken dip, five-pound trays of wings, and pork belly burnt ends. Dessert trays come with brownies, cookies, and key lime pie bars.

Fight Club

This sandwich-centric restaurant from Beuchert’s Saloon is offering a Tampa Cubano is stacked with ham, roasted mojo pork, salami, provolone, mustard, and pickle chips on a hoagie roll. In the opposite corner, the Kansas City Cheese Slipper features brisket burnt ends and pimento cheese on smoked potato bread. A $95 party package that feeds three to four includes one quart of Chef Andrew Markert’s chili, four homemade half smokes with buns⁣, chili nachos, queso, pickled chile pico de gallo, and 10 smoked wings with cheddar cheese sauce. It’s available for pickup Super Bowl Sunday.

MI VIDA

The waterfront Mexican restaurant in Southwest has a Super Bowl spread with a taco kit, wings, baby back ribs, and a DIY-nacho package. Toast to a touchdown drive with margarita kits and select Mexican beer.

A cast-iron platter filled with queso fundido, flecked with chorizo and green onions and stretched with a fork. Tortillas appear on the side. Mi Vida/official photo

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The Roost

Neighborhood Restaurant Group’s food hall in Capitol Hill has all kinds of carryout beer and cocktail specials — including a “TB12 Method” drink made with avocado oil-washed gin and electrolyte water — kitchen sink nachos from Hi/Fi Taco, and team-themed pizzas (Cubano for Tampa; bbq chicken for K.C.) from Slice Joint. Preorder for pickup or delivery here. — G.H.

Cubano and chicken barbecue pizzas from Slice Joint
Cubano and chicken barbecue pizzas from Slice Joint
Stacey Windsor/For the Roost

Bammy's

The Caribbean spot in Navy Yard is offering to-go packages for parties of four. Included are 20 jerk chicken wings, jerk pork belly, four jerk chicken sausages, buns, coleslaw, macaroni pie and a wide selection of condiments. Drinks include Red Stripe and rum punch. Both two-person cocktails and large format beverages are also available. Guests can place their orders in person or online for pick-up via Toast. 

TAP Sports Bar

Prince George’s County recently allowed indoor dining to return at 25 percent capacity, so the casino sports bar at MGM National Harbor will open its doors for the game.

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