Get ready – the big game day is almost here! Although we won’t be cheering ourChicago Bears, there is no mistaking the energy of watching the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers fight for the Super Bowl LV championship title.
Whether you’re seeking outdoor dining options or want to order something to bring home to enjoy the football game, we’ve found some great restaurants and bars offering Super Bowl deals.
Where to watch the Super Bowl in Chicago
Avli Taverna: Itching to attend an outdoor Super Bowl Tailgate party? Avli Taverna in Lincoln Park will be playing the big game on a projector screen in their heated patio. A $5 ticket includes a welcome beer and access to the tailgate menu of wings, ribs, and sandwiches.
Lottie’s Pub: Book a spot at Camp Lottie’s to watch the Big Game in your own private, heated tent, featuring a full canteen menu of pizza, wings, burgers, and hot thermos cocktails.
Whiskey Business: Book a table outdoors and watch the Super Bowl with five of your friends since this Wicker Park restaurants allows up to six guests per outdoor table. While there is a max service time of 90 minutes, fans can reserve back-to-back time slots for uninterrupted play time.
Saint Lou’s Assembly: Coach Lou promises to take care of you and up to 5 of your friends when you book a private indoor or outdoor space in this West Loop bar. Each spot includes salty bar snacks, a cooler filled with ice for beers and booze, and a room attendant.
The Rambler Kitchen + Tap: The new heated beer garden at The Rambler Kitchen + Tap in North Center will be open early on Super Bowl Sunday. The game will be broadcast with the sound on and all guests will have a chance to win prizes after each quarter.
Where to order delivery and takeout specials
Moody Tongue Smoked Meats: The team behind Moody Tongue Brewing Company presents three Super Bowl BBQspecials through its Moody Tongue Smoked Meats division and all curbside pick-up orders will receive a free mixed 12-pack of Moody Tongue beers.
Tanta: This River North spot has created the ultimate Peruvian snack box to fuel your game day fiesta with items like cheesy-chorizo stuffed empanadas and Peruvian-style crispy wings.
Jake Melnick’s Corner Tap: In need of snacks, wings or sides to complete your Super Bowl Suday Feast? Among its offerings, Jack Melnick’s Corner Tap has warm spinach and artichoke dip and tortilla chips as snacks, whiskey BBQ wings and loaded all beef chili as a side.
Dos Urban Cantina: Super Bowl Party Packs for pick-up or delivery come completely prepared with re-heating instructions from this Logan Square hot spot. Offerings include Chipotle Sesame Chicken Wings, Tamal Tots with habanero crema and house margs.
Publican Quality Meats: PQM is making the ultimate Super Bowl Sub, with housemade ham, capicola, and salami on a three-foot bun.
Travelle at The Langham: With Travelle To-Go in River North, fans can indulge in their favorite game day snacks with Chef Jeff Vucko’s elevated twists and farm-fresh ingredients including scallop and poblano fundido, poke “nacho” kit, and Jamaican jerk chicken wings.
Cat-Su Sando: This Humboldt Park newcomer takes anAmerican approach to classic Japanese food and will be offering a delivery and take-out menu focusing on sandos, broths and gyoza to share on game day.
Table, Donkey and Stick: Bring some European flair to your Super Bowl Sunday with pizza, latkes, and buffalo wing specials from this Logan Square spot.
Dove’s Luncheonette: Enjoy family-sized portions of smoked brisket nachos, pimento cheese dip, fried chicken wings, and more from Dove’s. They do all the cooking, you just reheat at home.
Gemini: Guests can score some Ernie’s special recipe onion dip served with veggies, cheeseburger and pulled pork sliders, and chips served with salsa and guacamole from Old Pueblo Cantina at this Lincoln Park restaurant.
Nonnina: To make it easier to focus on the game and not worry about prepping any meals, Nonnina in River North offers its Heat & Eat Italian meals that feed up to six people. Guests can choose from a variety of dishes including meatballs, antipasto plate, lasagna, cavatelli, chicken parmigiana, chicken vesuvio, salmon.
Smyth + The Loyalist: Enjoy a barbecue experience from two Michelin-starred Smyth chef John Shield. Johnny Good Times’ Smoked Meats includes smoked brisket, a full rack of ribs, potato salad, pickles, cookies, banana pudding and more. Pre-order before the big game day.
Cruz Blanca: Add some cervezas, cocktails, and margarita kits to your curbside order of nachos, wings, and more.
Sophia Steak: North Shore fans can celebrate Super Bowl Sunday with Sophia Steak’s Fried Chicken which feeds up to four. The package includes both white and dark meat, four cornbread muffins, coleslaw, and housemade hot sauce.
The Goddess and Grocer:The Goddess and Grocer’s a la carte Super Bowl catering menu features buffalo chicken dip, loaded potato skins, or stuffed meatballs. Don’t forget the cocktails, like the Overtime Old Fashion or Tequila Touchdown.
pig and fire: Enjoy one of pig and fire’s specialties on game day with its Super Bowl Sunday Pulutan Platter. The takeout menu offers Filipino snacks like fire-grilled chicken skewers, teriyaki burger sliders, and hand-cut furikake potato chips.