The Randolph Street staple will project the game on a big, pull-down screen and provide you with handcrafted prosciutto, chorizo-stuffed dates and roasted pork shoulder. Because only one thing’s certain on Super Sunday: pork will happen.
Upgrading Your Super Sunday Experience
Today you’re thinking about snow (and possibly groundhogs). But Sunday you’ll be thinking: football. So—no offense to your usual sports bar—you deserve a little extra pampering after a very rough post-season. Here are a few places to soothe our collective bruised ego.
Ribs and Wings at Lockwood
Green Bay’s in and we’re not. We’ll just have to be content with our history and culture—speaking of which, Lockwood will be dishing upscale hamburgers, wings and ribs, along with specials on beers and Bloody Marys during the game. Your move, Wisconsin.
Kickoffs are special things. So along with the game, you’ll get a buffet featuring the first taste of Southern Mac Truck, an all-mac-and-cheese mobile with flavors like Crawfish Pepperjack and Andouille and Bacon, Bleu Cheese and Apple. The Black Eyed Peas will pale in comparison.
Some people don’t understand football. Or just want to see Black Swan this Sunday. Here, one of you can sip drinks like a Steeler Maker (a beer and a bourbon shot) while someone else watches Natalie get cozy with Mila. Who watches what is up to you.
Yes, this occurs before the game starts. But since Girl & the Goat’s closing up shop for the game itself (we like those priorities), they’re offering brunch. Warm up with Bloody Marys, fried oyster po’boys and more, so you don’t have to face a seven-layer dip on an empty stomach.
If your favorite place to watch the game is in front of your own flat-screen, holding your own remote and yelling your own plays, at least leave the Kobe Beef Brisket and Bacon-Cheddar Hush Puppies to someone else. You have your hands full enough already.