7 Options For Super Bowl Food To Go
These restaurant offerings will help you up your game.
Want a slightly more upscale twist to your Game Day celebration? Try Wildfire’s takeout appetizers, which include bison meatballs, baked goat cheese, bacon-wrapped sea scallop skewers and oven-roasted crab cakes.
Wildfire, 2001 International Drive, Tysons
A-Town Bar & Grill
For an eclectic spread, try A-Town’s many sushi offerings, including an Arlington roll (shrimp tempura and avocado topped with crab sticks, mayonnaise and eel sauce, or a Godzilla roll (spicy tuna, tempura flakes, sriracha sauce) along with the usual sports bar fare of wings, sweet potato fries and sliders.
A-Town Bar & Grill, 4100 Fairfax Drive, Arlington
Turn your watch party into a barbecue expo with smoked wings, pulled pork or brisket. The red-meat platters include rolls and barbecue sauce (of course) and a Game Day special for $15 per person includes brisket sliders, smoked wings, mac’n’ cheese and a mixed green salad.
Texas Jack’s, 2761 Washington Boulevard, Arlington