50 things to eat, drink and do for Super Bowl 50 - Metro US

50 things to eat, drink and do for Super Bowl 50


1. Davio’s pastry chef Michelle Boland’s salted peanut butter mousse-filled, football-shaped macaroons ($12 for three) at Davio’s in Lynnfield and on Arlington Street.

2. Night Market in Harvard Square boasts 50-cent wings with the purchase of booze.

3. Or do takeout: Night Market’s Super Bowl to-go options include build-your-own green curry carnitas tacos and Dan Dan noodles for six.

4. Rosa Mexicano‘s Super Bowl Guac-to-Go Party Pack (serves 10) is available for delivery along with the restaurant’s full menu.

5. Watch the game at Precinct Kitchen + Barwith 50-cent wings and $5 flatbread pizzas.

6. Or head upstairs to their exclusive Apothecary Lounge for a 144-inch TV with surround sound and Sam Adams drafts.

7. Canary Square in Jamaica Plan has an all-you-can eat buffet ($18) and pitchers of Yuengling ($12) and PBR ($10).

8. Shake Shack’sBig Game Shack Pack ($50)includes 10 burgers and two pints of custard — plus, a mini football, because why not?

9. Max & Leo’s coal-fired pizza place at Game On! has five-buck Margherita pizzas all day.

10. Burlington’s Chopps American Bar and Grill’s Super Bowl Touchdown To-Go Package ($50) for four includes giant tater tots, edamame ‘guac, sliders and fresh shrimp cocktail.

11. Snag your host a gift from New Hampshire’s GourmetGiftBaskets.com with the Super Bowl 50 Brews & Snacks basket ($69/$79), featuring top-notch beers and nibbles.

12. Drown those sorrows with the Thomas Edward Patrick Brady III(chai-infused Four Roses Bourbon, clement creole shrub, milk, cinnamon, egg whites and vanilla bitters) at Abby Lane.

13. Or with Ward 8’s Gronk Spiked Punch: Scotch, clove, lemon and honey.

14. Boston’s Phillips Chocolates NFL Replica Chocolate Footballs($42.50) includes two pounds of milk chocolate “pigskin” andwhite chocolate laces.

15. And of course, don’t forget your official Super Bowl 50 t-shirt from NFLShop.com.

16. Hard Rock Cafe Bostonhas half-price apps starting an hour before the game and $5 Corona Light drafts — plus, you can keep the glass. (www.hardrock.com/cafes/boston/).

17. Orleans in Somerville has a free half-time buffet “while it lasts.”

18. Stay healthy with The Chubby Chickpea‘s healthy Super Bowl catering specials like stuffed grape leaves and kebabs for a crowd.

19. The Harp is serving loaded tots made special for the occasion — smothered in bacon and cheese.

20. Dine in at Salvatore’s in the Seaport for unlimited wings, pizza, sausages, pasta and more for $14.99.

21. Or swing by Salvatore’s Express next door and pick up 20 chicken wings ($14.99) with the purchase of any two 19” pizzas.

22. Clerys has a $25 ticket for guaranteed seating, two beers, and an app sampler plate for you and your pals.

23. You can also take part in their fifth annual wing-eating contest for a chance to win your name on the trophy of wings!

24. Eat for free (with the purchase of a beverage) at Papagayo by simply guessing this year’s Super Bowl winners…

25. But if you pick the wrong team, you’ll still get a free entrée on your next visit.

26. De-stress with Mass Mobile Massage’s SB50 10-percent-off promotion on an hour-long chair massage for up to 15 guests.

27. Enter the battle zone with Tony C’s Sports Bar & Grill’s a four-sided jumbotron and 90 state-of-the-art TVs.

28. Or get every angle on Jerry Remy Fenway’s monster wall of flat-screens.

29. Take bets on when Beyoncé will join Coldplay during the half-time show.

30. Take bets on whether/when her hubs, Jay-Z, will also show.

31. Take bets on how long Coldplay can resist breaking out into “Yellow” for old times sake…

32. Watch the game in Fusion Lounge and get buffalo wings, fries, and a draft beer (Sam Adams, Stella or Blue Hills IPA) for $15. Double your food order for $10 extra.

33. Ditch the diet at Olde Magoun’s Saloon’s all-you-can-eat BBQ Tailgate Party.

34. Try one of Grafton Street’s Super Bowl specials, like, “Untraditional Poutine” ($9) — pickled potato fries, chickengravy and cheddar curds.

35. Start the day with Sweet Cheeks’ SB50 special, Fried Chicken and Waffles ($15).

36. Then hit-up the SB50 takeout menu for the game night dinner. We won’t tell.

37. Kickoff on Feb. 6 with Fuse TV’s “The Lineup,” when Panthers wide receiver Ted Ginn Jr. reveals his fave music playlist.

38. Soothe your nerves with comfort food, like homemade gnocchi and cheese from STRIP by STREGA’s $9 Super Bowl Bar Bites menu.

39. Watch the game on the Cask ‘n’ Flagon’s 60 high-definition televisions; drink Cask’s Panther Punch (Svedka Vanilla, Blue Curaçao) and The Bronco (Southern Comfort, Red Bull).

40. Head to the ‘burbs: Kings Bowl at MarketStreet Lynnfield and Legacy Place is hosting a contest to wina flat screen HDTV and big discounts on bar food, pizzas and burgers.

41. Or at Jillian’s & Lucky Strike for “The Game that Can’t Be Named” party.

42. GrabGyu-Kaku’s all-day happy hour in Brookline and Cambridge with $4 bibimbap.

43. Eat the $10 game day ‘dawg trio at revamped Cambridge Bukowski’s.

44. Southern comfort cookery State Park‘s to-go party snacks —SP “Funyuns” with nacho cheese dust and Fireball caramel corn —will have your guests begging for more.

45. Or pre-order a whole platter of crispy sweet corn fritters or a 12-pack of Frito pies from Mei Mei’s on Park Drive.

46. Wash them down with Tasty Burger’s $50-a-dozen milkshakes (but don’t forget the 24-hours notice!)

47. Wonder what Tom and Gisele are doing for Super Bowl 50…

48. Commiserate you weren’t invited to Sports Illustrated’s Super Bowl 50 party Friday night in San Francisco. Yeah, swimsuit models…

49. Take bets on whether Gronkowski is there…

50. Vow that next year the New England Patriots will return to glory and take SB51!

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