Everyone knows that Super Bowl Sunday is about much more than football. There are the commercials, where you watch it, who you watch it with, and of course, what you eat and drink while you watch it. For New Yorkers looking to dine out or bring food in, here are three restaurants offering a line-up of dishes that buck the run-of-the-mill game-day fare.
If you're hankering for chicken, but want something other than a plate of wings, look no further than Hill Country Chicken. Their game-day menu offers a variety of options, including the Family Coop: fried chicken, biscuits, and mini pie cups.
David Chang is offering a Super Bo[wl] Ssäm menu for pick-up only. The menu, which serves 8-10, includes bo ssäm with all the fixings, nachos, macaroni salad, winter vegetables, and salted caramel with macadamia Rice Krispies treats.
Heroes and subs are classic Super Bowl foods, but the sandwiches at Torrisi Italian Specialties are far less than ordinary. Throughout the playoffs leading up to the Super Bowl, Torrisi has been offering 2½-foot versions of their entire sandwich menu.
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