It doesn’t matter who you are rooting for in this Sunday’s big game because, let’s be honest, the real question is: what will you be eating? When it comes down to it, by halftime, it’s food that has the power to make every fan happy.
From classic chicken wings and chili to ribeye and Brussel sprouts, chefs like Liza Hinman and Dustin Valette are offering Super Bowl takeaway menus that make game day grub a no-brainer. You can eat like royalty without spending hours in the kitchen, while also supporting local businesses. It’s a win any way you look at it.
Many of the menus below must be ordered in advance, so don’t delay.
The Spinster Sisters
The “Big Game Menu” from Santa Rosa’s The Spinster Sisters features some of the kitchen team’s favorite Super Bowl dishes.
“Seven layer dip is one of my favorites,” says chef Liza Hinman, owner of The Spinster Sisters. “I make it every year.”
Curbside pick up is on Saturday, February 6, from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. and the food can be easily reheated on Sunday while you’re watching the game. Wine pairing is available. Order ASAP, because Family Meals like these sell out quickly. (The Spinster Sisters plans to continue to offer Family Meals for the next few months, Tuesday through Saturday, 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. for curbside pickup).
401 South A Street, Santa Rosa, 707-528-7100, thespinstersisters.com
The Spinster Sisters’ Big Game Menu
- Chili Con Carne + all the fixings
- Bacon + Pickled Pepper Corn Muffins
- 7 Layer Black Bean Dip with House-made Tortilla Chips
- Bacon Wrapped Jalapeños with Honey Goat Cheese
- Flash Fired Brussel Sprouts with Lemon Aioli
- Chocolate Rum Cake
- $66 serves two
Joe Trez of Wing Man in Cotati says he’s “loved wings ever since I was a kid.”
The restaurant offers nearly a dozen sauce choices for its crispy wings along with a selection of more than 80 beers, including local favorites like Cooperage Brewing Company, Moonlight Brewing Company, and Russian River Brewing Company.
Pre-orders can be placed online for your preferred pick-up time on game day.
101 East Cotati Avenue, Cotati, 707-794-9464, wingmanfoodtruck.com
Wing Man’s Super Bowl Sunday Special
- 30 Wings (bone-in, boneless or vegan) with choice of up to five sauces
- Carrot and Celery Sticks with Ranch or Blue Cheese Dressing
- Choice of any style of French fries: Plain Jane, Garlic + Parmesan, Truffle + Parmesan, or Sweet Potato Fries
- Mixed Four Pack of Local Beer, Sparkling Wine or Six Sodas
- $50 serves two to four
Ricky’s Super Bowl takeout menu incorporates a number of favorites from both Ricky’s Eastbound and owner Rick Bruno’s recently-closed restaurant, Bruno’s On Fourth. Professional baker Clare Hulme of Wooden Petal helped open Ricky’s, so her pretzels are a natural fit on the Super Bowl menu.
Orders must be placed by 6 p.m. on Wednesday, February 3, for pick up on Saturday, February 6, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Dishes can be reheated to eat on Sunday during the game.
Ricky’s Super Bowl Heat & Eat Meal
- Wooden Petal Pretzels with Honey-Mustard Dip & Rick’s Gruyere & Bacon Cheese Dip
- House-Made Tortilla Chips with Guacamole & Salsa
- St. Louis Hoisin & BBQ Pork Ribs (half & half)
- Moonlight Brewing Death & Taxes Stout Baked Beans
- Ricky’s Mac n’ Cheese
- $125 serves four. $245 serves eight.
“When I think of [the] Super Bowl I can’t help but imagine massive ribeye steaks on the grill smoking away and of course a cold beer,” says chef Dustin Valette, proprietor of Valette restaurant in Healdsburg.
In honor of Super Bowl 55, Valette is offering a Super Bowl Sunday Provisions Menu for $55 per person.
Order online sooner as opposed to later to avoid disappointment. Pickup is available 11 a.m. through 2 p.m. on game day.
344 Center Street, Healdsburg, 707-473-0946, valettehealdsburg.com
Valette’s Super Bowl Sunday
- Valette House-Made Bread
- Charcuterie and Local Cheese
- ‘Pliny’s’ Mac n’ Cheese with Gouda and House-Made Bacon
- 18 oz Sous Vide Creekstone Ribeye
- $55 per person. Minimum two people.
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Editor’s Note: Travel, dining and wine tasting can be complicated right now. Use our inspirational ideas to plan ahead for your next outing, be it this week or next year. If you visit restaurants, wineries, and other businesses during the pandemic, remember to call ahead, make reservations, wear a mask and social distance.