Forget The Oven. Here Are 7 Places To Order Super Bowl Take Out

The Super Bowl is almost here and we can’t wait to watch the game! No matter if you’re rooting for the Patriots or the Falcons this year, or just watching the commercials like me, food must be served.

Usually, I spend the day running back-and-forth to the kitchen pulling a variety of tasty snacks out of the oven. But as much as I love cooking for my family, I hate missing the game. So this year, I’ve decided to stay out of the kitchen and leave the food up to the professionals. I’m ordering take out from one of these amazing locations, so I can sit by the fire with a cold craft beer in my hand and watch the game like everyone else.

Here are 7 places that will happily take care of the cooking for you this year!

1.) Local Burger Company

62 East Main Street, Bay Shore

This laid-back burger joint is a favorite among kids and adults. Whether it’s house-smoked pulled pork you’re after or just a delicious hand-pressed burger, Local Burger’s Super Bowl catering menu has it all. Don’t forget the sides either. The corn bread, baked beans, and cole slaw are all worth trying! See the menu here.

 

2.) Off The Block Kitchen & Meats

501 Montauk Highway, Sayville

This gourmet butcher shop and restaurant is upping the ante this year with their innovative spin on football fare. Off The Block’s game day menu offers a mouthwatering selection of Pineapple Barbecue Wings, Memphis Smoked Riblets, Brussells Sprouts, and Buffalo Mac & Cheese. Why settle for anything less? See the menu here.

 

3.) Del Fuego

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Locations in Babylon, Saint James and Patchogue.

Need a taco fix? Then surprise your friends and family with something different. Del Fuego’s catering menu offers tasty trays of Tex-Mex favorites like nachos, guacamole, and a “Build Your Own Taco” tray for game day! See the menu here.

 

4.) Brickhouse Brewery & Restaurant

67 West Main Street, Patchogue

If you want to take your party up a notch, place an order with Brickhouse Brewery. Celebrating 20 years in business, they’re whipping up a delicious menu featuring Nitro Boombaque Ribs, Sliced Marinated Steak, Fried Calamari, and Crab Cakes for the Big Game. See the menu here.

 

5.) Changing Times

Locations in Bay Shore, East Northport and Farmingdale.

This sports bar will most likely be packed on game day, so your best bet is to avoid the crowds and get take out instead! Offerings vary at each location but feel free to sink your teeth into trays of Pulled Pork Sliders with Smoked Gouda & Frizzled Onions, Orange Ginger Wings, Jambalaya, and “Loaded Fries” with cheese, bacon, and scallions. See the menu here.

6.) The Post Office Cafe

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130 West Main Street, Babylon

Sometimes, you just want the basics. No fuss, no fanfare – just some piping hot comfort food. If this sounds like you, look no further than the Post Office Cafe’s take out menu with a flavorful array of Wings, Spinach Artichoke Dip, and Killer Mac and Cheese. This menu is also available at the: Southside Hotel, Library Café, Maxwell’s and Finnegan’s. See the menu here.

 

7.) Smokin’ Al’s Famous BBQ Joint

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4847 Merrick Road, Massapequa Park

If it’s meat that you have a hankering for, check out Smokin’ Al’s BBQ. With a variety of “meat-centric” catering packages to choose from, you won’t go hungry this weekend. Their belly-filling trays serve up loads of pulled pork, chopped brisket, ribs, whole chickens and more. See the menu here.

 

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