No need to call an audible on what to eat while watching this year’s big game; Atlanta restaurants have hungry fans covered with food and drink specials, catering packages and football festivities on Sunday, February 1. Here are details on ways to celebrate the annual championship game:

10th and Piedmont and G’s Midtown will offer the ultimate sideline snacks on February 1: $2 sliders, $10 Miller Lite pitchers and $2 shorty cans. The big game will be playing on all of the restaurants’ televisions and big projection screens, so fans won’t miss a moment of the action.


Atkins Park Restaurant & Bar in Virginia-Highland is cooking up carryout platters to ensure there will be no party fare fumbles. Orders must be placed by January 29 by calling 404-876-7249atkinspark.com

Platter options include:

·         Two full slabs of Big Green Egg pork spareribs with tomato barbecue sauce ($35)

·         Two dozen Atkins Park jumbo chicken wings (smoked or confit), choice of sauce (sweet chili, spicy barbecue or Atkins Park’s            classic wing sauce) and veggies with ranch and blue cheese ($30)

·         Housemade guacamole, salsa and tortilla chips ($25)

·         Vegetable crudité platter with ranch dressing ($25)

·         Bacon cheeseburger sliders (12 sliders for $12)

 

All locations of Bantam + Biddy and Chick-a-Biddy are offering the Sunday Big Game Package ($95/serves 10) for take-out. Availability is limited, and orders can be placed by emailing wecater@bantamandbiddy.com. Guests can pick up at the location of their choice (Ansley Mall, Atlantic Station, Avalon, Lenox, Crescent Avenue) by 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, February 1. For more information, call 404-907-3469bantamandbiddy.com and chickabiddyatl.com

The package includes the following items:

·         Sunday night fried chicken: a mix of white and dark meat (gluten free)

·         50 Buffalo wings with blue cheese and celery

·         Mac and cheese

·         12 pieces of jalapeño cheddar cornbread (gluten free)

·         A quart each of hummus and pimento cheese with oven-baked pita wedges


HOBNOB Neighborhood Tavern is showing the game on the big screen and serving half-price wings, $15 SweetWater pitchers and $2 shorty cans for guests dining at the restaurant on February 1. For those cheering on their favorite team from home, the full regular menu will also be available for catering and to-go orders. Reservations can be made at hobnobatlanta.com or by calling the restaurant at 404-968-2288.


All 13 locations of Marlow’s Tavern are hosting pigskin parties featuring daily specials and the big game on multiple televisions. Guests can check out details for their local tavern by visiting marlowstavern.com

The Pig & The Pearl is helping Atlantans cut down on party prep with a selection of special “Game Day Packages,” including the following:

·         Slider Pack ($65, serves 10 people): 20 slider buns, two quarts of pulled pork or sloppy Joe or pulled smoked chicken, two              bags of pork skins with sauces and 10 cookies

·         Rib Pack ($90, serves 10 people): two full racks of St. Louis-style ribs, two quarts of vinegar slaw, two bags of pork skins                 with sauces and a half pan of mac and cheese

·         Smoked Chicken Pack ($75, serves 10 people): two and a half smoked chickens (quartered), two bags of pork skins with              sauces, two quarts of vinegar slaw and 12 deviled eggs

·         Wing Pack ($75, serves 10 people): 50 wings, two quarts of vinegar slaw, two bags of pork skins with sauces and two                     quarts of Sea Island Red Pea “baked beans”

For more intimate game time gatherings, The Pig & The Pearl will also provide “Family Meals” for parties of four to six people (24-hour notice is required). Each meal includes four family-style sides, cornbread and the choice of smoked pork butt ($130), smoked brisket ($180), or smoked turkey breast ($140). Call 404-541-0930 to place an order. thepigandthepearl.com


RA Sushi in Midtown scores points by offering happy hour food specials all day long on February 1. The restaurant also offers catering platters including a wide range of sushi rolls, nigiri and vegetarian options for a lighter twist on traditional game day fare. Customized platters are available, and all are served with wasabi, soy sauce, ginger and chopsticks. Orders must be placed at least 24 hours prior to pick up. Call 404-267-0117 to place an order. rasushi.com
 
Smokebelly is helping patrons intercept hunger with special to-go packages ($99) that feed seven to eight people.  Call 404-848-9100 to place an order.  smokebellybbq.com

Packages include the following:

·         Two pounds of pulled pork (turkey or brisket can be substituted for an additional cost)

·         25 smoked wings (all flats or all drums cost an additional $3)

·         Three quarts of sides

·         12 signature sandwich rolls

·         Two pints of barbecue sauce

Terminus City is offering Chef Kevin Gillespie’s award-winning Southern fare for game day grazing. The full menu of traditional barbecue pork and chicken ($15 per pound), sandwiches ($8), Brunswick stew ($7) and sides ($5) will be available, as well as the restaurant’s Lunch Boxes ($12 per box), which include choice of sandwich, one side and a sweet treat. All orders must be placed by Wednesday, January 28. For more information, contact Gunshow at404-380-1886 or email terminuscity@gunshowatl.com to place an order.

Twin Smokers BBQ is providing double coverage for game day get-togethers. The barbecue restaurant’s call-ahead catering system is available for mouthwatering meats such as brisket, pulled pork or pork ribs, satisfying sides and delectable desserts. Guests who take advantage of call-ahead ordering (24-hour notice required) will receive $10 off every $100 spent – SCORE! Call 404-698-4707 to place an order. twinsmokersbbq.com

Whole Foods Market is sharing super secrets for seeding hot chile peppers so party hosts can achieve big flavor for the big game. Nachos, chili and dips can all benefit from a healthy kick, but before you slice and dice on game day, click here for helpful how-tos. wholefoodsmarket.com

 


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