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Where to Get Your Super Bowl Feast in the Hudson Valley

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Local eateries offer game-day classics like wings, pizza, and other comfort food fare for safe takeout and curbside pickup.

Super Bowl Sunday is just around the corner. Beyond team rivalry, there’s one thing everyone can agree on: every game is better with party-style food. Like everything else, the Super Bowl is going to look different this year. And while you can’t enjoy the game packed in sports bar or surrounded by friends in your living room, you can still celebrate with a small celebration at home.

Luckily, restaurants across the Hudson Valley have stepped up to the plate, offering specials, deals, combos, and packages for takeout, so you can indulge in your game-day favorites — all from the comfort and safety of your home.


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The Beacon Daily


Calling all specialty meat lovers! Look no further than The Beacon Daily for a foodie extravaganza. The beloved deli’s Super Bowl menu includes deals like 12 wings for $10, a rack of smoked pork ribs for $20, sides at $12/quart and, of course, sandwich platters and servable salads. Check out the full Super Bowl menu here.

For pickup on Super Bowl Sunday, place your orders by 5 p.m. on February 3 by calling 845.831.5274 or emailing hello@thebeacondaily.com. Curbside pickup is available.

City Limits Diner

White Plains

Customization is prized at City Limits Diner, where you can craft your own Super Bowl menu. Two preset packages are offered: the “50 Yard Line,” which includes a Mexican sampler, turkey chili, wings, quesadillas, macaroni and cheese, and a dessert platter, and the “End Zone,” which includes the latter, along with nachos stacked high with goodies. The White Plains eatery also offers an a la carte menu full of tasty items like lobster wontons, rigatoni a la vodka, crab cakes, and tiramisu.

From classic appetizers to mouth-watering entrees to desserts that will surely satisfy any sweet tooth, this menu has it all. Call 914.686.9000 to get your order in before the February 3 deadline, and reserve a pickup spot on Super Bowl Sunday between 4-6 p.m.


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The Greekish


Don’t wait until kickoff to place your order with The Greekish. This year, the Greek eatery offers a “Super-ish Super Bowl Party Pack,” which includes chips/pita and dip, feta croquettes, meatballs, wings, Brussels sprouts, and roasted cauliflower — all for $45.

The offer is available at both the Nyack and Harrison locations. To place your order, fill out this Google form no later than February 5.


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Fink’s BBQ and Cheesesteak Roadhouse


Just because the Dallas Cowboys missed out on the championship this year, doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy some Texas-style BBQ. Fink’s BBQ in Suffern offers an extensive game-day menu full of combos and add-ons, with the smallest — a half tray of wings and 30 Texas lollipops — starting at $120. No matter what your Super Bowl Sunday looks like, one of the five combos is sure to satisfy your needs.

The full Super Bowl menu can be found here. Call 845.533.4033 by February 1 to make sure you don’t miss out on any of the deals.

Harmony’s Bar and Grill

Slate Hill

To help you enjoy game day from the comfort of your home, Harmony’s offers up three “Big Game Packages,” bringing you buffalo chicken wings, onion rings, French fries, mozzarella sticks, and more. Prices range from $115 to $300, and packages can feed any family, big or small. Find the full menu here.

To place your order in time for game day, call 845.697.6000 by January 29.


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Joe Beez


Subs and sandwiches are staples at almost every Super Bowl Sunday table and, thankfully, Kingston sandwich shop Joe Beez has curated two packages at hard-to-beat prices. If you always crave deli sandwiches, the first package includes a sub or wrap platter, homemade potato or macaroni salad, and the famous “prodigy dip” with chips.

Looking to switch it up? The second package swaps out deli meat for meatballs or pulled pork and offers cheese ziti or macaroni and cheese along with the dip and chips.

Full details can be found here. Act fast and place your order by February 2 by calling 845.331.2363.

Legal Swing BBQ Inc.


Whether you’re glued to the TV or the dinner table on Super Bowl Sunday, everyone can agree that any game deserves “BBQ so good it’s almost a crime!” Legal Swine BBQ serves two packages — the “Pig Out” and the “Pig Out Jr.” — full of BBQ classics like juicy ribs, pulled pork, brisket, chicken, and more. Find full details here.

While there is no strict deadline to place orders, call 845.444.2233 to order as soon as possible to avoid missing out.


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The Mahopac Inn


Sit back, relax and let The Mahopac Inn handle your Super Bowl eats. This menu includes half trays of wings — boneless or bone-in — for $45, full trays of penne vodka for $50, and cheeseburger and chicken sliders starting at $30. With these options, you’ll be happy on game day regardless if your team wins or not (no promises!).

Make selections from the expansive menu by calling 845.621.8710. Act fast—pickup slots are filling up quick.

Nanuet Restaurant


Craving sliders? Pastas? Italian favorites? Basically, Nanuet Restaurant has it all. Choose from sliders starting at 20 for $50, entrees starting at $30, and apps for as low as $16. Feeling extra hungry? The party package — complete with a hero, wings, pretzel bites, two pizza pies, deli salads, and chili — includes everything you need for only $250. Find full details here.

To guarantee your order will be ready for pickup by game day, call 845.623.7177 before noon on February 3.


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Party Animals Catering

Who says only carnivores get to enjoy the Super Bowl? Whether you’re sticking to your meat-free new year’s resolution or have been plant-based for years, Party Animals Catering can cook up the vegan Super Bowl menu of your dreams.

With vegan nachos, potato skins, macaroni and cheese, cheeseburger casserole, and cauliflower bites at $30 a quarter tray, even meat-eaters will be impressed.

Call 845.784.7775 by February 1 to guarantee contactless delivery on February 6 (free with orders $99 and up), or request to pick up at one of six locations — including Newburgh, Hyde Park, and Monroe. Full Super Bowl menu can be found here.

The Super Bowl Champ has buffalo wings as the crust of the pizza

The “Super Bowl Champ” is a large pizza with Buffalo wings as the crust, topped mozzarella sticks and ‘roni cups | Photo courtesy of Brian Manning

Pizza Mia


Feeling tired of the classic pizza pie? Pizza Mia’s got you covered. With locations in Highland and Newburgh, the pizzeria specializes in “crazy” pies that definitely deserve a spot on your Instagram feed — and at your Super Bowl celebration. The “Super Bowl Champ” pie combines your entire appetizer order into one pie, complete with pepperoni, mozzarella sticks, and a chicken wing crust. If “crazy” isn’t your thing, choose from one of three specials: the most popular being a large pie, order of 10 wings, garlic knots, and a two-liter soda for $24.99. Details on other specials can be found here.

Call 845.691.4545 (Highland) or 845.561.1400 (Newburgh) to place your order early now — and if you’re grabbing a specialty pie, be sure to scout Instagram at @pizzamia_ny.