17 Bay Area restaurants with Super Bowl spreads, from wings to empanadas

For a certain segment of the population, the Super Bowl is barely a reason to watch football. It’s a day devoted to gluttony. Bring on buffalo wings, sliders, fries and all the dips, please.

Even though outdoor dining has returned in time for the Kansas City Chiefs to play the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Tampa on Feb. 7, watching the Super Bowl has always been more of an indoor, at-home occasion anyway. This year, loads of Bay Area restaurants are offering Super Bowl specials for takeout and delivery, so you can feast as usual in front of your television — without cooking a huge spread just for the members of your household.

Here are 17 Bay Area restaurants worth checking out for their Super Bowl specials, which joyfully maintain the all-American junk food spirit while using high-quality ingredients. Even fine dining spots are on this list, topping nachos with caviar and pairing Champagne with wings. Along with the usual favorite apps, many provide full-blown meals to get you through the long afternoon, like fried chicken with biscuits or smashburgers with a side of ribs.

Note that some restaurants require pre-orders, while others allow you to make a last-minute decision day-of. A few offer meal kits you must finish preparing at home. And most also offer booze.

Smoked brisket, pork ribs, hot links and sides make up the Super Bowl special from San Francisco restaurant the Morris.
Smoked brisket, pork ribs, hot links and sides make up the Super Bowl special from San Francisco restaurant the Morris.The Morris

Alamar Bar & Kitchen

Oakland seafood hub Alamar is turning its attention to oxtail for a Super Bowl meal kit ($50), which serves four and is available for delivery throughout the Bay Area via Feastin on Feb. 5. For these nachos, the chips come with shredded oxtail, pineapple salsa, chow chow, avocado cream and fontina beer cheese — plus reheating instructions for game day.

Delivery. https://feastin.com/product/1303

Alley & Vine

Alameda’s buzzy new restaurant Alley & Vine is offering a Super Bowl meal kit ($99), with seven dishes portioned for two. Start out with artichoke dip ramped up with crab, crudite with “fancy ranch” and sloppy joe sliders. Pork ribs with sides are the main event, followed by cheesecake brownies. Pre-order by Feb. 3 for pick up on Feb. 6.

Takeout. 1332 Park St., Suite D, Alameda. https://www.alleyandvine.com/super-bowl


Vegetarians might not find much better than the Super Bowl spread ($48) from Hayes Valley’s Arbor. The two-person meal includes cauliflower buffalo wings with blue cheese dip, mushroom sliders with a black garlic barbecue sauce and smoked sweet potato rolls. The meaty version is similar, with buffalo chicken wings, pulled pork sliders and Italian sausage rolls.

Takeout and delivery. 384 Hayes St., San Francisco. https://www.exploretock.com/arborsf/


One of the fancier Super Bowl options comes from San Francisco tasting menu spot Avery. The $98 pack serves two, with a crispy wagyu katsu sandwich, stuffed wings and a huge bag of kettle chips. You’re also encouraged add a beverage pairing, such as sake ($88), Champagne ($98) or nonalcoholic martinis spiked with coconut and habanero ($52).

Takeout and delivery. 1552 Fillmore St., S.F. https://www.exploretock.com/avery/

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