Whether you’re into it for the Broncos, the Panthers, the office gambling pool, an excuse to drink beer all day, or just the commercials, everyone gets excited for the Super Bowl. And because no Super Bowl Sunday is complete without the perfect Super Bowl food, some of Miami’s best spots have takeout options for us to bring the party home. Literally.Read More
Super Bowl Food PSA: Miami Restaurants With Killer Takeout Options
Where to grab grub for the big game
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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.
BJ's Restaurant and Brewhouse
Perfect for a small watch party, BJ’s Restaurant and Brewhouse’s “Team Party” package has two large signature deep dish pizzas, a half pan of BBQ chicken chopped salad, chicken wings and mozzarella sticks.
Is there ever a bad time for Frankie’s Pizza? No! Get one (or seven) of its famous half-baked pizzas — with whatever toppings you want — stick it in the oven, feed it to your friends, and then peel them off your couch. The food coma is strong with Frankie’s.
Pincho Factory is Super Bowl Sunday-ready. For $10 a person (for parties of 10-100), have a “Burger Bar” delivered straight to your house — it comes with 3 oz chuck, brisket and short rib patties, Martins Potato Rolls, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, two cheeses, Pincho Factory’s popular pink and cilantro sauces, a small dessert, and your choice of house made chips or sweet potato tots.
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To celebrate the Super Bowl, Rosa Mexicano is offering fans a “Super BOWL” of its signature guacamole in a game day Guac-to-Go Party Pack. Available for groups of any size (in multiples of 10), it comes with the restaurant's house-made tortillas and corn tortilla chips, is delivered on Superbowl Sunday, and costs $50 for every 10 fans it’s made to serve. Want it? Order it now! Orders must be placed by Friday, February 5th, at 5PM to be ready in time for the big game.
Sergio's Coral Way
In Miami, we cherish our Cuban food. Starting at $50+ a platter, everyone’s favorite neighborhood Cuban restaurant, Sergio’s, will amp up Super Bowl Sunday with platters of 100 croqueticas or mini empanadas, 30 mini Cuban sandwiches, BBQ pork sliders and more.
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Order the Baby Back Rib Dinner, available for pickup and delivery, and get full slab baby back ribs, corn, coleslaw, Bar-B-Q beans, potato salad, BBQ sauce and rolls for anywhere from 10 to 500+ hungry football fans. The best part? It starts at $18.99, the cost of serving up to 49 people.
This Sunday, get a bucket of Sports Grill’s Famous Wings and bring them home for all football fans to enjoy. For $47, you can get 50 wings, and can choose from 7 different flavors: Special Grilled, Buffalo Style, Miami Heats, BBQ, Garlic, Dale Style, or Glazed Teriyaki. Our mouths are already watering.
The Federal Food Drink & Provisions
Call The Federal before Friday, and you can get a dozen jalapeño jack, cheddar chive or classic “Biskits” for $36, and a dozen pig wings for $72.
Uncle Tom's Barbeque
As Miami’s oldest (and favorite) BBQ joint, dear-old Uncle Tom never disappoints. For this year’s Superbowl, pick up some of the restaurant’s classics: like Baby Back Ribs ($19.95/rack), pulled pork ($11.95/pound), and pulled pork-, chicken- or brisket-stuffed mac n’ cheese ($100/platter).
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