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Where to order in for the Super Bowl in L.A.

Cheer on Super Bowl Sunday with a meal from one of these restaurants or bars offering specials

By Stephanie Breijo and Michael Juliano

Huddle up, because it’s time to figure out your Super Bowl party plan. And by plan, we basically mean what you’re going to order in. Sure, you could hit a Costco and buy 400 frozen wings, but you know you deserve better. And for better or worse, you can’t really count on sports bars this year, so we’ve rounded up a few alternatives for what to eat while you watch grown men smash into each other for a living. Some are cocktail bars, some are BBQ restaurants, some simply make the best wings in the city, but all will be offering grub to hold you over during the Super Bowl. Ready? Go!

When is Super Bowl LV?
Sunday, February 7, 2021.

What time does the game start?
Kickoff is at 3:30pm PST.

Who’s playing?
The Kansas City Chiefs vs. the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Who should I root for? 
Do you like Tom Brady? No? Then root for the Chiefs.

Where can I watch the Super Bowl?
At your home with members of your own household. L.A. County’s new dining rules include some restrictions like all customers at a table needing to be from the same household, but there’s one that makes watch parties impossible: No TVs are allowed until further notice.

Grab Super Bowl specials to go at these spots

Front cafe at Akasha.
Photograph courtesy Akasha


Restaurants Contemporary American Culver City

Culver City’s Akasha has put together a couple of large-portion Super Bowl-themed cocktails ($25), as well as a mix of apps like chips with guac, salsa and queso ($18) and tandoori chicken wings ($15), and fried chicken ($22) and ribs ($27) for entrees. Order by Feb 4 at 6pm.

Photograph: Courtesy Baltaire/Kristin Teig


Restaurants Steakhouse Brentwood

Looking to class up your big game meal? Brentwood’s Baltaire is putting together a whole host of platters, from hummus ($45) and spicy lamb meatballs ($48) to burgers ($60) and filet mignon ($180), along with burnt Basque cheesecake ($50) and bottles upon bottles of wine. Order by Feb 4 at 4pm.

BOA Steakhouse
Photograph: Courtesy BOA Steakhouse

BOA Steakhouse

Restaurants Steakhouse West Hollywood

Both the Santa Monica and WeHo locations of the steakhouse are offering a bucket of fried chicken ($38), a wagyu burger kit ($58), sides ($20 each) and cocktails ($15–$28). Order by Feb 6 at 5pm.

Great White
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Great White

Restaurants Cafés Venice

The all-day Aussie cafe is trotting out its new wings—dry-brined and cooked confit with bacon before being dropped in the fryer—just in time for the Super Bowl. Get a dozen of them as part of a two-to-four–person bundle ($100) that includes two pizzas, a market salad and a four-pack of Great Light Lager.

Peppercorn crusted tri-tip with braised Southern greens and mashed potatoes at Gus's Barbeque
Photograph: Jakob N. Layman

Gus’s BBQ

Restaurants Barbecue South Pasadena

In addition to a la carte options, the South Pas favorite is bundling together family meals that include a chili and cornbread kit ($26) as well as heartier ones stocked with sides centered around tri tip ($75) or a mix of meats ($110). The family meals serve up to six, though larger orders are available, too.

Lucques Catering

The still-going catering arm of Suzanne Goin and Caroline Styne’s former restaurant Lucques has put together a whole bunch of bundles for pickup in Beverly Hills. You’ll find a dozen wings ($36), a brisket platter ($95) and, if you’re feeling fancy, a rib eye steak dinner for two ($125), as well as an assortment of two-dozen sweets ($48).

Photograph: Courtesy Madre/Jakob N. Layman


Restaurants Mexican Torrance

The West Hollywood, Torrance and Palms outposts of the Oaxacan restaurant are putting together packages that feed four ($125) and include chips and guac, salsa and mole; shrimp and octopus; eight tacos; and a choice between eight margaritas or micheladas.

Playa Provisions
Photograph: Courtesy Playa Provisions/Ryan Tanaka

Playa Provisions

Restaurants Californian Playa del Rey

Cruise by the beach before kickoff to grab Playa Provisions’ four-person bundle ($120) filled with “heat-and-eat” items: a sourdough crab, cheese and spinach dip bowl; pickled habanero glazed wings; soft pretzels; and an eight-pack of mini cookies. You can add on a growler of their Del Rey cocktail, too ($60). Order by Feb 4.

Steve Samson's Superfine pizza window and slice shop in Downtown Los Angeles
Photograph: Stephanie Breijo


Restaurants Pizza Downtown Fashion District

The Downtown pizzeria is offering bake-at-home pies just for the Super Bowl. Each bundle ($55) includes three 12-inch pizzas (escarole, margherita and salami honey) along with a bottle of red wine.

Superba Food + Bread
Photograph: Courtesy Superba Food + Bread

Superba Food + Bread

Restaurants American Venice

Wings and ribs get all the attention, but don’t overlook the power of a sandwich platter: Superba is putting together a platter for four ($52) that features all of the meats, cheeses and fixins you need, along with eight house-baked ciabatta rolls. Order by Feb 4 at 8pm.


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