Last-Minute Super Bowl Food Specials Around LA

Super Bowl Spread from The Raymond 1886. Photo credit: Fried Chicken Sandwich Studios

Super Bowl LV is on Sunday, February 7. Though Los Angeles reopened outdoor restaurants on January 29, there was a pandemic proviso: no big-screen TVs. The festivities may be smaller than usual, but that doesn’t mean the usual indulgences shouldn’t be part of the Big Game. Don’t feel like cooking? Enjoy the Super Bowl at home with a very small circle of your nearest and dearest, along with food to go from LA eateries offering great to-go and delivery specials.

Suzanne Goin of Lucques Catering is a voracious football fan, and now you can savor the dishes she serves her own family on game day. Graze on favorites like Too-Hot-To Handle spicy wings, pigs in a blanket with spicy mustard, deviled eggs with crème fraîche and chives, shrimp cocktail, and three-cheese mac and cheese. Or go full steakhouse mode and order Suzanne’s grilled rib-eye steak for two. In addition to a 32-ounce rare-cooked steak, you’ll savor hash brown potatoes, charred young broccoli, caramelized onions, and Suzanne’s steak sauce for $125. Order via TOCK for safe curbside pickup or for delivery via DoorDash. 

Pasadena’s The Raymond 1886 serves some of the best cocktails in LA, so ordering their libations is a no-brainer. The Bloody Mary Kit ($28 for two servings) includes a bottle of 1886 handmade Bloody Mary mix, a bottle of vodka, lemon, cucumber, and olive garnish. Medicina Latina ($28 for two servings) is composed of tequila blanco, lime, honey, ginger, and a mezcal spritz. Standout food options include nachos al pastor ($15) and the Classic Burger & Fries ($18), 1886’s homage to In-N-Out’s beloved duo. The Raymond’s patio will be open on game day for brunch and dinner, while takeout and delivery will be available from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. More info can be found here.

Cafe Gratitude is ready and able to meet the needs of vegan football fans on game day. Shareable plant-based dishes like the “I am Sharing” Nachos, “I am Community” Warm Rosemary Butternut Squash dip, “I am Eclectic” Buffalo Cauliflower and more can be ordered for delivery or takeout from Café Gratitude’s website.

Known for craft beer and a scratch kitchen, Eureka! has a noteworthy “Supper” Bowl special for Super Bowl Sunday. Enjoy two 32-ounce craft beer bags, two pounds of crispy wings (firecracker aioli, orange chile glaze, Eureka! dry rub, or BBQ), and two servings of French fries for just $40. Eureka! has locations in Woodland Hills and Huntington Beach. More info can be found here.

Georgia’s, Famous for its Southern comfort food, is offering some great specials for Super Bowl LV. Get ten pulled pork sliders for $20, an eight-piece fried chicken bucket with two sides ($20), or a full rack of ribs with two sides ($25). Georgia’s will accept orders for outdoor dining, takeout, and delivery from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at both their Long Beach Exchange location (562-420-5637) and at the Anaheim Packing House (714-906-1900). More info here.

Image courtesy of Umami Burger.

Umami Burger’s Ultimate Game Day Feast includes two Double Cheeseburgers, two BBQ Bacon Burgers, cheesy tots, thin fries, sweet potato fries, and onion rings. This generous package is $40 and can be ordered here.

Healthy comfort food is the name of the game at Culver City’s Akasha. Try appetizers like house-made chips with guac, salsa, and queso-green chile dip; an artisan cheese and meat board (Humboldt Fog goat cheese, Spanish blue, manchego, chorizo, prosciutto, house quince paste, and more); or “Everything” Beef Pigs In A Blanket (in pastry dough with sesame, poppy, and onion, plus dijon mustard sauce). St. Louis ribs, fried chicken, and brisket chili are other options. Primo cocktail choices include Game Day Pimm’s (vermouth, gin, and Grand Marnier infused with meyer lemon and nettle, cucumber and mint) and the 50-Yard Line Margarita (grapefruit and guava-infused tequila, blood orange juice, and lime). Batched cocktails are 2-3 servings and priced at $25. Orders must be placed via TOCK by 5 p.m. on Friday, February 5 by calling 310-845-1700.

Crispy shrimp, calamari, and fried red snapper, along with house-made garlic bread, French fries, coleslaw, AND a dozen sliders comprise San Pedro Fish Market’s Big Game Tray. It feeds up to ten, is $99.99, and can be ordered for curbside pickup through February 7. More info can be found here.

Taste Baja at Sol Mexican Cocina in Playa Vista. Their Taco and Margaritas Party Pack, $65, includes six street tacos (choose two proteins: grilled chicken, carnitas, or black bean & sweet potato), two sides of guacamole, chicken Caesar salad, and a 750 ml bottle of SOL’s acclaimed famed House Margarita (that’s 5-6 margaritas). You can place your order for pickup here.

Dating back to 1938, Du-par’s at The Original Farmers Market is offering “Super Bowl To-Go Platters” for game day, with appetizing options that include chicken wings, potato skins, French fries, and seafood. Order them to pick up for your Super Bowl party by calling 323-933-8446, or order for delivery by DoorDash, Postmates, Chow Now, or Door Dash.

El Torito’s Fajita and Margs Party Pack serves four and is $60. Along with a pitcher of El Torito’s House Margarita, you’ll get either chicken or steak fajitas, refried beans or frijoles de la olla, corn or flour tortillas, rice, and chips and salsa. Want to upgrade your margarita? Switch it up to a Cadillac Margarita for just $5 more. El Torito has 9 locations around Los Angeles, and you can find more info here.

Karin E. Baker

About Karin E. Baker

Karin E. Baker is a native Angeleno who loves the eateries, history, nature, architecture, and art of her hometown. When not exploring poke shacks in Kona, tascas in Córdoba, and konditoris in Malmö, she writes about food, culture, lifestyle and travel. She obsesses over comma usage and classic films and is always happy to find an excuse to open a bottle of champagne.
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