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10 Dining and Takeout Destinations for Super Bowl Sunday in Austin

Enjoy the big game with an array of authentic, locally made cuisine

Cover 3 Superbowl Party
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Let’s be honest, are you really a football fan, or are you mostly excited for the food this Super Bowl Sunday? Either way, Austin has you covered. Whether you’re looking to cheer on your team alongside an ice cold beer bucket and other excited fans, planning on hosting a house-party with a spread of health-conscious but still delicious cuisine, or hoping to dine in at a local restaurant for a homemade meal, there’s plenty of options available for you to spend the weekend as you wish.

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Cover 3

Cover 3 has you covered for the Super Bowl, whether you’re looking for somewhere to dine-in or to take the party home with you. For those that are hoping to stop by and watch the game, Cover 3 is offering The Fan-Tastic Feast, a $59 in-store special consisting of nachos, wings, quesadillas and more that feeds up to eight people. Cover 3 also has two takeout specials for the occasion. The first special, their signature Game Day Party Pack is full of fan-favorite items that are perfect for watch parties and large families. For $200, this pack feeds six to eight people. Wing lovers are in luck for the other takeout special, the Wing Platter To Go comes with 100 wings and dipping sauces for $100. Guests can add Cover 3’s gallon-sized frozen margaritas to their to-go orders for an additional $85.

Takeout options are available for pickup on Sunday, Feb. 11, at any of the Cover 3 and Cover 2 locations. All orders must be placed online at least 48 hours before your scheduled pickup time.

The Well Superbowl Dishes
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The Well

If you’re looking to pig-out for Super Bowl Sunday while also trying to stay healthy, The Well has your back. The health focused restaurant is offering new shareable take-out offerings, as well as some of their classic dishes and cocktails now available in larger portions to feed your football watch party. Orders can be placed on their website, and are available Friday, Feb. 9 – Sunday, Feb. 11 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. in person or through Toast.

Devil May Care Mezze Platter
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Devil May Care

Devil May Care is putting a twist on Super Bowl food, offering their famous mediterranean-inspired dishes to go. From cold and hot mezze to plates and sides, the beloved bites will make your Super Bowl party a memorable one.

Armadillo Den Football
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Armadillo Den

From cozy indoor spaces to an open spacious patio, Armadillo Den boasts a combination of indoor and outdoor TVs and a massive big screen by the stage to watch the game. Guests can choose from a diverse range of food trucks such as Via313 and Ranch Hand, a huge crawfish boil, and drink specials on buckets, mocktails, cocktails, and local beers. Armadillo Den is dog-friendly, complete with an off-leash dog park for your four-legged friends to join the festivities with you.

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Loro Asian Smokehouse & Bar

With their Big Game Bundle and Bites, Loro Asian Smokehouse & Bar offers an easy way to pick and choose from your favorite menu items a la carte and/or bundled together. The Big Game Bites serves 4-6 people, and allows a selection of iconic items such as their oak grilled edamame, sesame rice noodles, chicken karaage and more. If you already know you’d like to try a bit of everything, the Big Game Bundle costs $160 and serves 6-8, and includes 20 smoked wings, full rack smoked baby back duroc pork ribs, and other Loro dishes.

Pre-orders are available now through Feb. 8, and can be purchased here. On site pick up will be available Feb. 11.

Snap Kitchen Super Bowl
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Snap Kitchen

An Austin original, Snap Kitchen is cooking up limited-time to-go Game Day Wings and BBQ Chicken Tenders, available from Feb. 4-11. Not only are they flavorful, but your meal will be equally as healthy as it is tasty. Snap Kitchen’s wings and tenders are free from gluten, processed oils, hormones and preservatives. Orders can be placed on their website.

Soupleaf Hot Pot
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Soupleaf Hot Pot

What a better way to enjoy football than alongside a warm, homemade meal? Soupleaf Hot Pot is hosting a Super Bowl viewing party where guests can sip on handcrafted cocktails and indulge in the 2,000 year old tradition of hot pot offerings – a way to gather friends and family to celebrate over a roaring soup. Reservations can be booked on their website here.

Tacodeli Super Bowl Party Pack
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Tacodeli‘s Party Packs takes all the stress off any party preparation, featuring 1lb of your choice of Fundido filling, 12oz of organic black beans, rice, tortilla chips, salso, and 10 tortillas to feed four for just $46. Add on a to-go margarita, available frozen or on the rocks, for $11. Place a Party Pack order at, a custom catering order at, or call (512) 535-0474.

TLC Austin Super Bowl Happy Hour
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TLC Austin

TLC Austin might have Usher beat for best halftime performance. Join them for Halftime Happy Hour with $1 oysters, $7 bites and sips, and $15 Bud Light Beer Buckets, only offered during halftime. Reservations can be booked here.

Walton's Fancy and Staple Super Bowl Cookies
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Walton’s Fancy and Staple

Walton’s Fancy and Staple will make your Super Bowl party spread unforgettable with their Dip Trio to Go with Crackerbread, including 16 oz each of your choice – pimento cheese, spinach and artichoke, traditional hummus with tapenade, or fried dill pickle dip – all for just $60. Satisfy your sweet tooth with their Super Bowl-themed pastries and desserts.