Super Bowl Dining in Phoenix 2016

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The big game is right around the corner (Feb. 7), and the Valley is celebrating with dining deals, specials and super-easy catering options that even non-sports fan can enjoy.

Super Bowl 50 at Roaring Fork and Salty Sow means both restaurants will be offering their popular, “Dinner On Us” (buy one entree, get one free) beginning at 4 p.m.

Let Sauce Pizza and Wine do all the work for your Super Bowl entertaining. For this year’s big game, place your order with Sauce and choose from their selection of hand-stretched pizza, fresh salad and pasta. By calling ahead, you can have delicious, gourmet pizza or some drool-worthy macaroni and cheese ready to be  picked up. Or have your food delivered has Sauce has partnered with DoorDash and Delicious Deliveries to get Sauce Pizza and Wine order delivered to your doorstep just in time for kick-off. (Party Packs are the way to go when trying to please the crowd.) The best part is that getting it delivered comes at no additional cost to you. Delicious Deliveries has completely waived their delivery (usually $7.99) and DoorDash has reduced their delivery to $2.99 (usually $4.99). Just don’t forget to tip your delivery person.

Make plans to now to spend Sunday’s biggest game of the year at the Valley’s American grill, Black & Bleu. Enjoy the all-you-can-eat buffet featuring tailgate favorites like barbecue pork ribs and chicken, hamburgers, brats, corn-on-the-cob, cowboy beans, potato and chicken salad, pigs-in-a-blanket, nachos, potato chips and much more for $25 per person. The full dinner and lunch menus will also be available on the big bowl game.

Leave the food to the experts from Miracle Mile Deli. All orders (with a minimum of eight people for catering) for Super Bowl Sunday must be placed by 5 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 5,  to make your kickoff a memorable one. Let them take the stress out of cooking by choosing from their Cocktail Sandwich Buffet or their Jumbo Sandwich Platter. And don’t forget the desserts! Miracle Mile Deli will also deliver orders valley wide of $100 or more for a small fee.

Fired Pie offers catering packages for 10 or more. Their staff is also there to help you build a package that best suits your needs. Mix and match eight of their 11-inch pizzas with a large catering salad or, if you’re having more guests, choose from 12 pizzas with two of their catering salads. Catering is currently being offered at their Northsight (14740 N Northsight Blvd, in Scottsdale), Tempe (414 W. University Dr.) and Collier Center (201 E Washington St, #111, in Downtown Phoenix) locations only.

Chompie’s Valley-wide catering specialists will work with you to create a customized package. Chompie’s deli platters and sandwiches are prepared with premium deli meat, cheese and fresh deli salads that will satisfy any sports fan. Their bagels, breads and pastries are baked fresh. Need a last minute order? Certain items on their catering menu can be fulfilled in store within an hour (minimums do apply).

Luci’s Healthy Marketplace offers gluten-free catering, vegetarian catering, as well as traditional event catering. Choose a tasty Sandwich Tray with an assortment of favorites including the Turkey Lurkey and Rosie Roast Beef. Feel like more snacks? Choose their Artisan Cheese Platter with assorted local and seasonal cheeses accompanied by fresh seasonal fruit, and specialty breads and crackers.

Get your grub and your game on during Super Bowl 50 on Sunday, Feb. 7 at Yard House. Gather with friends from kick-off to the final play with the game televised on dozens of flat screens positioned throughout the restaurant for optimum viewing. Whether you’re a football fan or just there for the food, drinks and Coldplay’s Halftime Show, Yard House will offer its full menu from opening until closing.

Make your Super Bowl party extra special with Bobby Q’s Big Game Special, featuring two of Bobby Q’s most popular slow-smoked meats (brisket and pulled pork), along with buns and BBQ sauce to make six sandwiches all for $35. Available on Sunday, Feb. 7; take-out only.

The Wing Counter in Glendale is offering a Football Madness Special: 10 percent off any party tray (50 wings minimum) every day now through the Super Bowl.

All American Sports Grill offers up a comfortable, casual spot to watch the big game with optimal sports viewing on 33 HD flat screen TV’s, and Sound Dogs for selective audio at your table. The restaurant has HD sound and audio system throughout for top-notch enjoyment. Dig into wings, pepperoni, cheese curds, onion rings and other game-day grub.

Make this year’s Super Bowl a fiesta with party pick-up from Blanco Tacos and Tequila. Chicken Quesadillas, Blanco Chopped Salad, and Build-Your-Own-Taco Bar are just some of the options this authentic Mexican restaurant offers from their Party Pick-Up menu.

Culinary Dropout at The Yard (pictured) is a prime spot for football watching–with flat screens positioned across the bar and a huge projector screen inside the restaurant. If you’re not the football watching type or you want to switch up during half-time, there is plenty to do. Step on over to The Yard and engage in some competitive fun with backyard-style games like corn hole, ping-pong, and shuffleboard. Culinary Dropout will have a special “tailgate” menu available all day Sunday which features discounted food and drink specials including nacho, hummus and grilled cheese sliders.

Watch Super Bowl 50 at Wasted Grain in Scottsdale, featuring more than 20 HDTV’s, a projector screen, beer bucket specials, amazing food and surround sound to view the big game. Doors open at 2 p.m. End Super Bowl Sunday and Wasted Management Phoenix Open at Wasted Grain for the Sunday Nigh Party featuring Metal Head on the main stage and live entertainment upstairs in 100 Proof Lounge.

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