The Best Super Bowl Catering Options in Boston

Whether you're looking for a spread of tasty burgers, barbecue, or TB12-approved vegetarian eats, these restaurants have you covered.

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For some superfans, Game Day is spent cooking up a feast that would fill up even the beefiest linebacker—and Boston chefs can help you out with these tried-and-true tailgating recipes. But if you’re more inclined to order in, feed your friends with Coppa grinders, Sweet Cheeks barbecue and biscuits, and more.


Throw a big, traditional Game Day party with eats from chef Steve “Nookie” Postal’s Super Bowl party-to-go menu. Staples like barbecue pulled pork and his award-winning beef and black bean chili will feed you and nine hungry friends, as long as you order by February 2.

$300, 11 Broad Canal Way, 617-945-7030,


Chefs Ken Oringer and Jamie Bissonnette have put together a special takeout menu of grinders, pizza, and salad, in honor of the Pats. Grab a Gronk Spike (for 4-6) or Brady’s Back (feeds 10-12 to feed your viewing party.

$100-$175, 253 Shawmut Ave., 617-391-0902,

Deadhorse Hill

Watching the game in the western ’burbs this year? Worcester’s Deadhorse Hill has you covered with a Super Bowl-sized delicatessen spread, featuring everything from brisket to sauerkraut. The package feeds 6-8 people. Reserve yours by calling or emailing by February 2 to get it in time for the big day.

$200, 281 Main St., 774-420-7107,

Flour Bakery

Sure, you can get a Super Bowl Sunday breakfast at Flour, but why not pre-order some cheesy pull-apart bread, or slow-roasted pulled pork, too? Don’t miss the football “Oreo,” either, because it is a James Beard Award-winning bakery, after all. Order by February 2.

Prices vary, multiple locations,


Locavores can meet their Super Bowl needs with this extensive takeout menu. Select the snacks, main dishes, and even desserts that best fit your crowd, as long as you order by February 2. You can even grab some baked beans with fatback, because what’s more New England than baked beans?

Minimum order $100, 5 Craigie Circle, 617-576-5444,

The Frogmore

Just because New England is up against a Southern team doesn’t mean you can’t go for lowcountry cuisine. These takeout options include racks of ribs, collard greens, and more.

Prices vary, 365 Centre St., Jamaica Plain, 857-203-9462,


If crispy fried chicken, pickles, and flavorful condiments are what your Game Day table needs, email Saus. The spread feeds five to eight football fans.

$80, 33 Union St., Boston, 617-248-8835,

State Park

Put chicken katsu sandwiches, Juicy Lucy burgers, pickle-brined fried chicken, and more on the table for a half-dozen friends with the offerings from State Park.

Prices vary, One Kendall Square, Building 300, Lower Level, Kendall Square, Cambridge, 617-848-4355,

Sweet Cheeks

In the spirit of Texas, bring some Southern barbecue home with you on game day. Featuring spreads such as the Superbowl Supper and Bonez for 4, chefs Tiffani Faison and Dan Raia can feed any size crowd. And yes, you can get a bucket of their biscuits with your order.

Prices vary, 1381 Boylston St., 617-266-1300,

Tasty Burger

Known for being a late-night hotspot, Tasty Burger is just as good at home, away from the crowds that will surely flock to its locations come game day. Place an order for a sack of five hamburgers up until Super Bowl Sunday, or splurge on a complete meal with tots, dogs, and more if you have more mouths to feed. You can’t go wrong with burgers and football.

Prices vary, multiple locations, 844-942-2837,

Trina’s Starlite Lounge

Your food game plan involves a lot of snacks, but you don’t have time to make them all yourself. Check out Trina’s Starlite Lounge for mini corn dogs,  pepperoni rolls, and the classic football food: pigs-in-a-blanket.

Prices vary, 3 Beacon St., 617-576-0006,


Chef Tony Messina is an East Boston local, so it’s no surprise his sushi bar features a Brady Roll as part of its takeout package. Platters feed roughly four people, require 24 hours notice, and include other favorites such as gochujang chicken wings and the White Castle Burger Roll.

$100, 370 Commonwealth Ave.,,

Whole Heart Provisions

If your New Year’s resolution was to eat more like TB12, try these snacks that please both vegans and meat eaters alike. Order some spicy mango guacamole, buffalo cauliflower dip, and some house made tortilla chips by February 2 and you’ve got yourself a spread worth of Tom Brady himself.

Prices vary, 487 Cambridge St., 617-202-5041,