Austin’s Best Takeout for Super Bowl 2021
To-go menus for fans who shout “takeout” – not “touchdown” – on Super Bowl Sunday
By Vanessa Blankenship
Super Bowl LV is right around the corner – and you know what that means. Yes, football fans get to watch the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers go head-to-head in the final game of the NFL season on February 7. But the real reason to celebrate? The next-level snacks like wings, tacos and more from Austin’s awesome restaurants. Here are 15 favorites where you can score delicious takeout for the big game:
The Texas Hill Country brewery is offering to-go crowlers and party kegs of Last Stand Brewing’s craft beers for the Super Bowl. Football enthusiasts can pick up their orders at their new South Congress taproom, and orders can be placed online.
In honor of the Super Bowl LV, Fresa’s has one-day-only offerings that fans won’t want to miss. Wood-Grilled Wings, Jalapeño Poppers, Poblano Spinach Dip and Siete Layer Dip are all on the table. Fresa’s Super Party Platter, which includes off of that and more, comes in two sizes (get the Grande). Pre-order your goodies online for each location or order day-of starting at 11 a.m. on Sunday until they are sold out.
This sports bar is a go-to for weekend brunch, delicious cocktails and good barbecue. The Austin restaurant hosts an NFL Sunday watch party every week, and the festivities will continue on Super Bowl Sunday. The brunch menu is available for takeout, and viewers can enjoy bottomless mimosas for $14 per person starting at 11 a.m. until 3 p.m.
With seven locations in Austin, the craft burger and beer joint is taking orders for to-go kits so football fans can watch the game at home with juicy burgers and ice-cold beer. The “At-Home Burger Kit” includes ingredients for cheeseburgers and fresh-cut truffle fries and feeds up to five. Plus, they’re throwing in a snack to munch on while your burgers are on the grill.
Chic seafood restaurant Clark’s Oyster Bar has an outstanding Super Bowl takeout menu that will make any game day watch party the place to be. There are tons of mouthwatering treats for the big game, from Chef Josh’s buttermilk fried chicken, jumbo shrimp cocktail, bottled cocktails, to fresh-baked biscuits. Orders can be placed here.
This beloved East Austin eatery is serving scrumptious game-day snacks for the first-time ever. The takeout-only Suadero taco kits include brisket, tortillas, Suadero toppings, lentils, chips, cookies, Michi mix + Corona Familiar, margaritas and, most importantly, queso. The kits are $125 each and feed up to four people. Online orders can be placed Monday, February 1, on the website.
Restaurant and butcher shop Dai Due launched a Super Bowl pre-order menu with a wide selection of meats for all the game-day viewers who love to grill at home. The specialty meats include brined chicken wings, antelope hot dogs, wild boar bratwurst, wagyu hamburger patties and boar sausages. Condiments like beet ketchup, yellow mustard, kimchi and much more will be available for purchase as well. Orders are placed online, and pickups are held on February 6 and February 7.
This year, the pizza joint is starting the new year with their Super Bowl of Giving. On Saturday, February 6, Southside Flying Pizza will give away 300 free large pizzas to those in need at their South Congress location starting at 11 a.m. Their Super Bowl special also includes two large pizzas for $22, with $2 of every special purchased donated to the Central Texas Food Bank. The Super Bowl special is available at all locations for takeout and delivery.
The new chicken salad restaurant that opened over the summer is selling sandwich platters and monster cookie mountains just in time for the big game. Sandwich options include The Blat, The Texan, Chipotle Wrap and more. There are plenty of cookie flavors to choose from, including Nutella, caramel and mint chocolate. Place your order through the online order form or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
TLC Austin is serving family packs and margarita kits to-go! The family packs feed up to five people, and the seafood boil includes snow crab, shrimp, sausage hush puppies, mac and cheese and much more – preorder online now.
What’s a game day without wings? The Cavalier’s Super Bowl Party Pack comes with 30 to 60 wings up to three flavors with dipping sauces, crudités, cocktails and Girl Scout cookies. The preorder deadline ends at 12 p.m. on February 4.
Spiced rotisserie wings, Buffalo chicken dip, margarita pitchers, green chili queso and more are on Lou’s Super Bowl menu. Preorder now through Friday, February 5, at 5 p.m. Pickup on Super Bowl Sunday from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Their Wings & Watch Party will feature special wing platters that are available for dine-in and takeout. Revelry Kitchen + Bar’s Chef Dom is creating nine different flavors off wings and appetizer samplers like mozzarella bites, spicy bean dip and quesadillas. Email email@example.com to preorder all the wings.
Downtown barbecue joint Lamberts is serving amazing party packs for Super Bowl Sunday. Guests can choose from the snack pack, rib pack, BBQ party pack, wing pack and tons of sides. Orders need to be placed by 5 p.m. on Friday, February 5, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The bakery and café’s Super Bowl takeout menu features six-packs of beer and yummy submarine sandwiches, including Italian and prime rib, served on two-foot sesame rolls. Their seven-layer dip is the perfect appetizer, and the rotisserie hot wings can easily be reheated at home with some homemade fresno hot sauce and ranch. Place your orders here.
Trudy’s “Big Game” packages are filled with fajitas, wings and handcrafted tacos inspired by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Kansas City Chiefs. Grab to-go cocktails including 32 oz of Trudy’s Famous House Margarita starting at $25. The special is available at Trudy’s North Star and South Star locations. The Super Bowl packages are ordered online for pickup and delivery through Grubhub.