Game day grub: Restaurants offering Super Bowl specials this weekend

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CHIKO mixes Chinese and Korean flavors into a Super Bowl wing bucket for $20.

Super Bowl Sunday isn’t complete without a table covered in your favorites eats.

This Sunday, watch the Kansas City Chiefs go head-to-head with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers while you indulge in platters pieced together for game day. From taco kits to sliders and chicken wings, here’s a rundown of places around the District where you can order feasts while you watch the game unfold.

Serenata

This Latin American cocktail bar and small bites concept located in La Cosecha Market is offering a drinks and snacks box ($135) for Super Bowl Sunday. The box serves six people and includes margaritas, Negronis and the bar’s signature “Ciudad Paraiso” cocktail, which combines bourbon and coconut-hibiscus shrub. The package also contains chipotle deviled eggs, bake-at-home empanadas, chicken dip and chips, bake-at-home pandebono, black truffle and cassava flour balls. 

1280 4th St. NE. Order here. Pick up Sunday between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.

Money Muscle BBQ

Food truck Money Muscle BBQ is offering a Super Bowl platter available for pickup this Sunday from sister eatery All Set Restaurant & Bar in Silver Spring, Maryland. You can choose between the “Field Goal” chicken wing platter ($25) or the “Touchdown” barbecue sampler ($40). Customers could also opt for the “Blow Out” platter ($55), which includes a choice of meats like salmon or pork, either cornbread or cheddar sriracha biscuits and a choice of sides, like collard greens, coleslaw, macaroni and cheese, brussel sprouts and barbecue baked beans. 

8630 Fenton St., Silver Spring, Maryland. Order here. Pick up Sunday between 3 and 6 p.m. 

CHIKO

CHIKO is the first restaurant from the Fried Rice Collective, the restaurant group from chefs Danny Lee and Scott Drewno and hospitality manager Drew Kim. The menu pairs modern techniques with traditional Chinese and Korean flavors, and its Super Bowl wing bucket is available for pickup from all three of its locations in Dupont Circle, Capitol Hill and Bethesda, Maryland. The special includes one ($20) or two ($35) buckets of its dry spice double-fried chicken wings, served with spicy soy glaze, buffalo sauce, blue cheese and ranch. 

Multiple locations in D.C. Order here. Pick up Sunday after 5 p.m. 

Gonzo

This Mexican pop-up, located in the restaurant Astoria DC near Dupont Circle, is offering a Super Bowl package that serves two ($65). The platter is filled with chicken nachos, sweet and spicy chicken wings, carnitas tacos with pickled red onions and churros served with a Nutella ganache. Orders must be placed by close of business Saturday. 

1521 17th St. NW. Order here. Pick up Sunday between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.

Fight Club

Fight Club, a Capitol Hill sandwich shop, is whipping up a “Super Bowl Kit” for $95 this weekend. The meal serves three to four people and includes a quart of chili, four half smoke sausages and buns, nachos and wings with cheddar sauce. Customers can also add a six-pack of beer ($10-20) or a four-pack of Tea of Champs vodka mixed drinks ($18). 

623 Pennsylvania Ave. SE. Order here. Pick up Sunday between 11 a.m. and 9 p.m.

La Famosa

This Puerto Rican spot in Navy Yard is dishing out a variety of Super Bowl selections this year. The highlight of its specials is the “Four Quarter Feast” ($75), which serves four and includes spicy tamarind pork shanks, sliders and tostachos – nachos made with tostones. Each item is also available a la carte ($28 for six pork shanks, $15 for six sliders and $25 for a platter of tostachos). La Famosa is also offering a six-pack of Medalla lager ($20) or a bottle of its house-made coquito, a spiced coconut and rum drink ($35). Orders must be placed by close of business Friday.

1300 4th St. SE. Order here. Pick up Sunday between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. 

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