The play is simple, Houston. The city is swarming with Super Bowl 51 visitors, and our roads and restaurants are swollen. If you’re dodging the masses and prefer to watch the game with a few (or few dozen) friends in the comfort of your home, then today is the day you should be checking everything off your list in preparations for Sunday’s Super Bowl. Luckily, if you place your order soon, you can pick up your game day grub to-go on Sunday and spend time relaxing instead of running to and from the grocery store. We’re keeping this short and simple. For more information on pricing, delivery and ordering deadlines, inquire within each restaurant using the links provided.

Seeking Sweet Treats & Desserts?

Ooh La La Sweets
Town & Country Village, and other locations
Football cake truffles and iced sports shortbread cookies as well as brownies and other party pleasing treats will be served through Sunday. To call the location closest to you and place your custom order (recommended), visit the Ooh La La website.


Custom cookies available through special order at Ooh La La. Courtesy photo.

Petite Sweets
2700 W. Alabama
Cherry Pie Hospitality’s dessert boutique is offering football-themed treats such as cake balls, Rice Krispie treats and more. Check out other places in their family of restaurants (State Fare, Lee’s Fried Chicken & Donuts, Pi Pizza), which are all offering Super Bowl noshes such as frito pies, chicken tenders and wings. See the flyer and place your order here.

Meaty Touchdowns & Falcons Fowl

B&B Butchers & Restaurant
1814 Washington Ave.
The celebrated butcher shop and restaurant (also the only licensed steakhouse in Houston to offer Kobe beef) has a hefty menu of meats perfect for your Super Bowl party. Texas wagyu beef hot dogs ($13.99 per pound), steak tenderloins ready for grilling ($28.98 per pound) and charcuterie and cheese boards ($20, serves two people) are some of the options available. Click here for more details.

B&B Butchers. Photo by Rebecca Wright

B&B’s butcher shop. Photo by Rebecca Wright

Killen’s BBQ
3613 E. Broadway St., Pearland, TX
Let someone else babysit the grill. The barbecue joint is offering an option to pre-order anything from the menu at least 48 hours in advance. Get your order in here on this handy form.

Bernie’s Burger Bus
5407 Bellaire Blvd., and other location
Want to school your watch party guests on good grub? Bernie’s Burger Bus has your back. Place your orders soon because they need a three days’ notice (with delivery available). Their three-ounce burger sliders, served on Slow Dough Co. buns, will be offered at $4 (for 50 or more) and $3.50 each for 100 or more. Orders over 50 also include Bernie’s house-made potato chips. To place your order or inquire about catering, click here.

Sylvia’s Enchilada Kitchen
1140 Eldridge Pkwy., and other location
The Mexican restaurant is serving up Super Game Day Party Packs that include chile con queso, chips, a combination platter of fajitas with all the fixings and cheese enchiladas doused in chili gravy ($160 for 10 people or $240 for 15 people, plus tax). There’s also a *Super* Super Game Day Party Pack, a premium package of picamole, grilled quail, grilled shrimp, beef fajita steaks, poblano grits and chorizo mashed potatoes ($28 per person plus tax, minimum of five people). Be sure to get your order in by Saturday, February 4, here.

Patriot Platters and Winning Crawfish

Ragin’ Cajun
16100 Kensington #400, Sugar Land, and other locations
At $6 a pound, Ragin’ Cajun will fill your coolers for you with your desired weight of fresh Louisiana crawfish. Get your order in by end of day today, February 2, and pick up your order on Sunday, February 5 between noon and 5 pm. Wings are also available for $50 (40 wings), $70 (60 wings) and $90 (80 wings). To order, call the Ragin Cajun nearest you.

Ragin' Cajun crawfish. Photo by Rebecca Wright

Ragin’ Cajun crawfish. Photo by Rebecca Wright

Revival Market
550 Heights Blvd.
The farm-to-table market is taking orders now for their Game Day Catering Menu, which includes three-foot hoagie sandwich platters, sliders and shrimp cocktail along with pre-priced packages for your party ranging from $30 to $60. Call to get the full scoop on what is available. See the catering menu and contact information here.

Central Market
3815 Westheimer
There’s still a bit of time to check out Central Market’s tastings and samplings (now through February 4) to prep for Sunday’s football game. Their catering menu is offering finger foods, platters and signature dips. Don’t make the mistake we made a few weeks ago… get your order in by Friday afternoon, February 3 as they need a few days to prepare your custom platters. To see specials and order, click here.

Phoenicia Specialty Foods
12141 Westheimer, and other location
Phoenicia’s “Big Game One-Stop Shop” week of specials includes grab-and-go items, wings, and big platters inspired by the rival teams’ favorite foods. Choices (here) are available now through February 5.