Revel in Tom Brady’s Comeback with These Restaurant Specials
Number 12. Touchdown Tom. The G.O.A.T. Whatever you call Tom Brady, he’s finally back from his four-game suspension this Sunday to face the Cleveland Browns. You’re amped for Brady’s return, and so are area restaurants. To celebrate, they’re dishing up a whole slew of food specials—probably none of which the quarterback himself would ever eat. More for you. The game starts Sunday at 1 p.m.
The Southie spot will offer an all-you-can-eat brunch buffet to prep for the game this Sunday. While downing plates of pizza and steak with eggs, sip on morning cocktails like the Double Buzz, made with cold brew coffee.
$25, 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., Capo Restaurant, 443 W. Broadway, South Boston, 617-993-8080, caposouthboston.com.
Champions Sports Bar
To ring in October, the Back Bay bar is offering a limited-time special of sausage with sauerkraut and German potato salad. Couple that with the 40-odd TVs lining the bar, and you have yourself a solid viewing party.
Champions Sports Bar, 110 Huntington Ave., Boston, 617-927-5304, championsboston.com.
The Draft Bar and Grill
Every Sunday, sack your hunger with 35-cent wings at this Allston sports bar. Choose from flavors like honey buffalo, salt and pepper, smokey chipotle, teriyaki, and much more.
The Draft Bar and Grill, 34 Harvard Ave., Allston, 617-783-9400, thedraftbarandgrille.com.
This Waltham steakhouse will host a Brady-themed brunch, complete with a mimosa bar, halftime snacks, and various giveaways. A portion of every ticket sold goes to the Greg Hill Foundation to provide relief for families in need.
$50, Flank, 74 Tower Road, Waltham, 781-893-5265, Eventbrite.
Not all your game day food has to be greasy. Swap out the hot wings for lobster rolls and seafood from Luke’s this weekend. There, all delivery orders of $150 or more will be 10 percent off with the promo code “LUKESGAMEDAY10.” It’s the New England thing to do.
Luke’s Lobster, 290 Washington St., Boston, 75 Exeter St., Boston, 857-350-4626, lukeslobster.com.
Watch Brady’s return along the Charlestown waterfront during an outdoor tailgate party. Pier 6 will have the game projected around the restaurant, and will serve a number of seasonal drinks and lunch specials. Snack on plates like loaded nachos, fried pickles, buffalo wings, and braised short rib melts. The restaurant will also have a few games like bag toss set up outside.
1 p.m., Pier 6, 1 8th St., Charlestown, 617-337-0054, pier6boston.com.
Short Path Distillery
The Everett distillery finally added a TV to its expanded space, and as a first order of business, it’s airing Sunday’s game. Grab a scotch, Bloody Mary, or other stiff cocktail while the Pats take the field. Patrons are also encouraged to order-in their own tailgate grub to really make it a party.
Short Path Distillery, 71 Kelvin St., Everett, 857-417-2396, shortpathdistillery.com.
What have we missed? Where will you watch the game this weekend? Let us know in the comments below.