Super Bowl game day is hallowed in America. Along with the game and commercials, certain foods are as traditional as the game itself. From chicken wings to nachos to chili and beer, there are certain things that are sacred whether or not you care about who’s playing. Here are some suggestions on where to find your favorite Super Bowl foods…and maybe catch a look at the game as well.
Chicken wings are a Super Bowl standard and can be found at many of the eateries, gastropubs and diners around town. If you opt for the Korean fried chicken wings at Magnolia House, Eater reports that starting at 3:30 p.m. until the end of the game, you can wash them down with $6 well drinks, $5 draft beers and $5 house party punch. If you like your game day wings buffalo, then get your fix at Hot Wings Café or the newly opened Alondra Hot Wings location.
Barney’s Beanery is a classic choice for a bowl of chili and if hanging out in the place doesn’t appeal to you, they now offer takeout that you can order online through the website.
Dog Haus just won at Cheeseburger Week and now the weinery is likely making plans for a winning Super Bowl as well. With specials on drinks and $1 sliders, as well as a pre-game Bloody Mary bar, Dog Haus was named a favorite place for the LA Times to watch the game.
Whether you takeout or eat in on Super Bowl Sunday, there are plenty of options to enjoy game day. These are just a very few of them.