This year’s Super Bowl pairs the Kansas City Chiefs against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday, February 7. Food is a basic requirement for any decent football viewing party, especially when it’s the biggest game of the year or just fans of singer the Weeknd, who performs during this year’s half-time show.
Luckily, several Nashville restaurants and bars are offering stellar Super Bowl takeout options for those at-home watch parties starting at 5:30 p.m.
From wood-grilled chicken wings at Edley’s, cheesy layered pies from Joey’s House of Pizza, queso from Jasper’s, to an outside-the-box feast at Trevor Moran’s 12South Dumpling shop (feat. a hot take on a bloomin’ onion, hi), these Nashville restaurants will have every Super Bowl party need all squared away. Be sure to place those orders soon, as cut-off dates are quickly approaching, all noted below.
For related Super Bowl takeout, scope out Eater Nashville’s best bets for chicken wings, fried chicken, Nashville hot chicken, barbecue, tacos, pizza, and beer.
As with all businesses right now, be sure to call ahead to make sure each restaurant is still open or if there are updates on current offerings and service models, as things are changing constantly. Be sure to wear a mask, tip well, and, if you’re ordering delivery, try to order directly from the restaurant themselves.
Disclaimer: A number of restaurants on this map have resumed dine-in service. However, this should not be taken as endorsement for dining in, as there are still safety concerns: for updated information on coronavirus cases, please visit A Safe Nashville. 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.
Bobby Hotel’s Jorge Gonzales is serving up a la carte dishes for 6-8 and packaged drink options for watching the year’s biggest game at home with family and friends. Bobby’s to-go tailgate menu offers new takes on familiar classics, like a game-day dip spread (feat. poblano queso, beef picadillo, guacamole, chile-lime sour Cream, charred tomato salsa), Korean BBQ, Yahoo Gertz-brined and fried chicken wings, and more. Fans also have the choice to add on their preferred drink packages, taking a little bit of stress off of game day. Orders start on Monday, January 25 through Saturday, February 6. Pick up on Super Bowl Sunday, February 7 between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Full menu here. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to place the order, and just let them know how many folks you’re feeding.
Edley’s BBQ is adding a special game day menu to-go in addition to their regular menu at each location. The game day menu will feature a la carte options like a sausage/cheese platter, hot chicken salad, and wings.
The Farm House delivers for the game with a tailgate to-go spread for pick up. before the game. Order ahead online everything from classic wings and taco packs to smoked kielbasa and Italian hot beef sandwiches covered with peppers and onions.
Henrietta Red: Whether you’re in it for the game or the halftime show, Henrietta Red has your Super Bowl Sunday all wrapped up. Pre-order this snack box through Resy for pick up on Sunday, February 7th. Starting at $155, the Super Bowl Snack Box serves four and include contemporary takes on Super Bowl classics, like the Buffalo Chicken Dip, Garlic Sausage Poppers, Crab Dip, and Shrimp Cocktail. Elevate your game-day experience with Sparkles and Snacks for $145 and add-ons, like ceviche and a variety of oyster kits. Ordering for Henrietta Red’s Super Bowl Snack Box will close at 4:00pm on February 4th.
Husk Nashville is offering Hickory Smoked Wing Packs. Available in packs of 12, 18, or 24, and with choice of House Buffalo, Kentuckyaki, or Alabama White sauce, guests can preorder their wing packs alongside a pint (or two) of chef Katie Coss’ acclaimed pimento cheese dip online or via phone for pickup on February 7.
Jasper’s Restaurant and Market is offering Game Day Party Packs — with something to please most everyone. Football-shaped cookies, firecracker wings, queso and pork rinds, or shrimp cocktail, there’s plenty on the gameday to-go menu, for ordering up to 48 hours in advance. See menu & order now here: http://bit.ly/JaspersGamedayPartyPacks.
Joey’s House of Pizza is offerings some of the best pizzas in town for a rare Sunday consumption. Preorder cheesy, layered Gladiator pies, baked ziti, wings, classic cheese pies, and more online here.
Locust, beloved chef Trevor Moran’s 12South dumpling shop, has big plans to bring some variety to your Super Bowl celebration. Locust’s Super Bowl pack feeds four and is available for pre-order now on Tock. Available for pick up on Sunday, February 7th, this flavor-packed feast includes Locust’s “Chewy Spicy Noodles,” 64 Fried Dumplings with Dipping Sauce, 2 Shrimp Toasts with Sweet Chili Sauce, 2 Crispy Hot Onions, and 2 “world-famous” Kartoffelkages. Locust is only offering 20 Super Bowl packs, so order quickly.
Paradise Park: Amp up your Super Bowl with Paradise Park’s Super Bowl Sack. Decked with all your trailer park favorites, make your game day complete with 10 Hubcaps, 20 Tenders, Tater Tots, and all the dipping sauces your heart desires. Set at $45, order yours on February 7th for pick up or delivery through UberEats, GrubHub, Doordash, or Postmates.
Pinewood Social: For a less social, more distanced game-watching experience at home, Pinewood is offering a Super Bowl game-day pack that’s as classic as they come. Serving four, the Fried Chicken Bucket is priced at $65 and comes with all the accoutrements to keep your quaranteam fed throughout the big game. Pre-order the Super Bowl Pack now on Tock for pick up on February 7th.