Where to Get Super Bowl Takeout Around DC

Take your Game Day party to the next level with poutine, barbecue, and more.

Super Bowl barbecue at Federalist Pig. Photograph by Cameron Whitman Photography.

Super Bowl LVIII—the showdown between the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs—is happening Sunday, February 11. Looking to  add to your Game Day spread? Check out these group-friendly options:



4700 Riverdale Rd., Riverdale Park; 414 K St., NW

These much-loved barbecue restaurants—the Riverdale Park original and its new Mount Vernon Triangle spinoff— are offering catering options for four, eight, or a dozen people. The Game Day tray for four ($100) includes one pound of pork belly burnt ends, 24 hot-honey wings and two large sides, plus three sauces. The “meat fest” for 12 ($275) boasts two pounds of prime brisket, 24 wings, one slab of ribs, two pounds of pork belly burnt ends, one half tray of a side (your choice), and two bottles of barbecue sauce. Orders will be available for pick-up on February 11 from 11 am to 6:30 PM. Pre-order here



22855 Brambleton Plaza, Brambleton 

Chef Jason Maddens’s bistro is going the comfort food route with a $64 fried chicken offering. Each package comes with a whole fried bird plus pints of bacon-braised collard greens, mashed potatoes with gravy, and mac’ and cheese. Pre-order here for pick-up Sunday, February 11 between 4 and 6 PM.


Andy’s Pizza

Multiple locations in DC, Maryland, and Virginia

Photograph courtesy of Andy’s Pizza.

These pizza shops have large New York-style pizzas (starting at $22.50) that are great for group sharing, plus wings, salads, and chicken tenders. 


Astro Beer Hall

1306 G St., NW; 4001 Campbell Ave., Arlington

Photograph by Scott Suchman .

These beer halls in Shirlington and near Metro Center are offering a package ($100) with Bavarian soft pretzels, mac’ and cheese bites, nachos, and 25 chicken wings or chicken fingers. It also includes either six football-shaped chocolate glazed doughnuts or six cookies. Pre-orders for February 11 are available here


Bread Furst

4434 Connecticut Ave., NW

Master bread maker Mark Furstenburg’s Van Ness bakery is debuting a new recipe for hoagie rolls just in time for Super Bowl Sunday. Hoagies are available for pick up Sunday, February 11 from 11 AM to 4 PM, and they must be pre-ordered. Selections include a four foot hoagie ($120) or an 18 incher ($36) with fillings like roast beef and cheddar; Italian cold cuts; and turkey/avocado club. To order ahead, call the bakery at 202-765-1200. 


Brew Belly

18065 Georgia Ave., Olney

Beyond its 24 craft brews, this beer shop/bar is offering bone-in or boneless chicken wings ($32.99 for 25; $62.99 for 50). Customize them with sauces and dry seasonings like habanero, hot honey, soy ginger, Old Bay, and lemon pepper. Jumbo soft pretzels served with four ounces of beer cheese and four ounces of mustard ($9.99) are also available. Pre-order in person or by calling 240-389-1927.


Federalist Pig

1654 Columbia Rd., NW 

Photograph by Cameron Whitman Photography.

This Adams Morgan barbecue restaurant offers their wings and meats in vacuum-sealed bags, so you can warm them up on Game Day. Options include smoky queso dip ($10), dry rubbed and smoked wings ($18 for 12; $35.75 for 24), and a build-your-own-slider kit you can customize with sliced brisket, jalapeno sausage, pork belly, rib tips, and more (prices vary). Order here for pick-up on February 10 from 2 to 6 PM.


Fryer’s Roadside

12830 New Hampshire Ave., Silver Spring

Pizza from Fryer’s Roadside. Photograph courtesy of the restaurant.

This fried-chicken spot now serves pizza too. Pies are topped with Buffalo chicken, Texas brisket, pulled pork, and more (prices start at $18 for a 12 inch pizza).  


Honeymoon Chicken

4201 Georgia Ave., NW

Photograph by Cameron Whitman Photography.

This Petworth fried chicken spot has wing baskets and buckets available for pre-order. Choose 10-piece ($25) or 24-pieces ($36) with a choice of sauces. An eight piece order of fried chicken ($27) comes with four honey butter rolls. Order on Tock by Thursday, February 8 for Sunday, February 11 pick-up.


Little Grand

808 Seventh St., NE

The H Street corridor pizza shop has 12 inch sourdough pies ($25 to $30)—you can opt to finish them at home—and also offers salads and grass-fed beef meatballs with pecorino ($13).


Lulus Winegarden

1940 11th St., NW

This Shaw wine bar is offering Super Bowl party packs for groups big and small. The package for six ($115) or 20 ($370) includes either mini burgers or crispy chicken sliders; a dip like smoked whitefish or whipped feta; hatch-chile mac and cheese; and mango wings. Pre-order on Toast until 5:30 PM on Sunday, February 11. 


Martha Dear

3110 Mount Pleasant St., NW

Go Mediterranean for the Super Bowl with snacks like a pint of mixed green olives ($20); caramelized pulled lamb and hummus ($55, serves three to four), a rack or two of pork spare ribs ($65 or $130), or a whole chocolate/olive oil cake ($45). Liters of negronis start at $95. Pre-order here


Mi Vida

98 District Sq., SW; 1901 14th St., NW; 575 Seventh St., NW

Guacamole with crab and tortilla chips.
Guacamole at Mi Vida. Photograph by Rey Lopez.

Mi Vida’s “big game party pack” ($115) serves four to five people and includes guacamole, adobo-rubbed wings, and carnitas and skirt-steak tacos (items can also be ordered a la carte). For added boozy fun, throw in a pitcher of a cocktail made with mango vodka, tequila, guava, and strawberry ($57.50). Order here by February 10 at 6 PM for next day pick-up. 


Money Muscle BBQ

8630 Fenton St, Silver Spring

A platter of cornbread, brisket, Mac and cheese and other Super Bowl foods.
The spread at Money Muscle BBQ. Photograph by Scott Suchman .

This Silver Spring barbecue joint is offering chicken wing sampler platters ($39), with two dozen wings (six dry rub, six sweet-and-spicy, six Kansas City-style, and six Old Bay) plus veggies and ranch and blue cheese dips. For a bigger feast, opt for 2 ½ pounds of Carolina pulled pork ($55) or Texas brisket ($80) and a skillet of cornbread for 10 ($45). Pre-order here for pick-up on Sunday, February 11 between 6 and 8 PM at Money Muscle BBQ or sibling restaurants All Set and Fryers. 



915 F St NW; 186 Waterfront St., National Harbor 

Chef Edward Lee’s Korean/Southern fusion restaurant is spicing up the Super Bowl with a package ($135) that includes smoked chicken wings, pork ribs, and chicken and waffles. Pre-ordering ends on February 10 at 6 PM for next day pick-up at Succotash National Harbor or Succotash Prime in Penn Quarter. Place your order on Tock.


The Roost

1401 Pennsylvania Ave. SE

This Capitol Hill food hall is offering three packages. The Red Apron box ($60) includes four burgers with American cheese (plus lettuce, onion, and pickles on the side) and pork belly poutine. The HiFi totchos box ($40) serves three to six people and includes a dozen wings with either sorghum barbecue or Valentina wing sauce and totchos, a mix of tater tots, crema, smoked beef, and enchilada sauce. And the HiFi BYO taco box ($60) has the makings of 20 tacos and includes orange soda carnitas, mojo chicken tinga, pico de Gallo, and more. Pre-order here for pick-up or delivery on February 11 from 11 AM to 9 PM.


Unconventional Diner

1207 Ninth St., NW 

Photo of a Super Bowl spread of chicken wings, guacamole, etc.
Unconventional Diner’s Super Bowl package. Photograph courtesy of the restaurant.

Chef David Deshaies’ bistro is offering a package ($150) with enough food for six people. It contains guacamole, pimiento cheese dip, tortilla chips, chicken wings, chicken tenders, potato salad, mac’ and cheese, ranch, granny gravy, brownies, and chocolate chip cookies. Pre-ordered packages will be available for pick-up February 11 from 11 AM to 3 PM. Order now until Friday, February 9. 



901 New York Ave., NW

This Southern restaurant has Super Bowl specials that serve up to six. The “fried chicken for the whole team”package ($150) includes 24 pieces of chicken, plus mac and cheese and buttermilk biscuits. The “backyard BBQ bonanza” package ($175) features 1 ½ pounds of smoked brisket over bacon baked beans, plus St. Louis ribs, spiced cracklins, fried chicken, mac’ and cheese, and biscuits. Breakfast for dinner is also available: the “big boy brunch bash” package ($110) boasts a dozen scrambled eggs, cheddar waffles, bacon, fried chicken, country gravy, and bourbon maple syrup. Place your order on Tock