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Where to Order Meals in Dallas to Fuel Your Super Bowl LVIII Watch Party

Pack your game day spread with corny dogs and barbecue, and you're winning the Super Bowl this year.
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Now that the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers have secured their spots in Super Bowl LVIII, it’s time to start drawing up game day menus to watch them take the field. Here’s a list of North Texas restaurants to get enough game day bites to last you through the plays and overpriced commercials on Feb. 11.

Cantina Laredo

Cantina Laredo is offering three to-go meal packs starting at $65. The Family Fiesta feeds about four people and includes fajitas, queso, salsa, chips, brownies, and ice cream for $75. The Enchilada Pack feeds six and includes chili, a dozen enchiladas with a variety of fillings, rice, black beans, and flan for $65. The Fajita Party Pack feeds about four and includes one pound each of chicken, steak, and veggies with cilantro lime rice, black beans, chili con queso, chips, and fajita fixings for $75. Orders can be placed online with pick up at either the Addison or Frisco locations. 4546 Belt Line Rd., Addison; 1125 Legacy Dr., Frisco.

Crossbuck BBQ

The giant MVP Package serves up to 10 guests and includes a variety of meats such as burnt ends, smoked sausages, smoked wings, St. Louis-style pork ribs, and brisket queso. These and other items—like the mac and cheese and house rolls—are also available à la carte. The MVP Package is $166, and prices vary for the à la carte items. Call 214-765-4019, order online, or visit in person to place an order. Orders must be placed before Feb. 10 at noon for pick up between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Feb. 11. 4400 Spring Valley Rd., Farmers Branch.

Sushi Yokohama

Nothing like a sushi spread and football. Sushi Yokohama has party trays with a bunch of California Rolls, but we’d urge you to splurge on one that will include a variety of special rice rolls and hearty pieces of fish. Place orders online. 19009 Preston Rd., Ste. 100.


Grain, the restaurant at the base of the Park Cities Hilton, is offering a to-go package that serves six people. It includes three pounds of smoked brisket, one smoked chicken, six smoked andouille sausages, corn on the cob, chips and queso, and rolls. $275. Place orders by Feb. 7 for pick up on Feb. 11 at 10 a.m. Orders may be placed by calling 469-232-4948. 5954 Luther Ln.

Fletcher’s Original Corny Dogs

Texas’ favorite corny dog stand is offering catering packages with pick up at the food truck parked at Kylde Warren Park. Orders have to be placed by 10 p.m. on Feb. 7, and options include original corny dogs, jalapeño and cheese dogs, and veggie dogs. Packages start at $70 for 10 and must be placed online. Klyde Warren Park, 2102 Woodall Rogers Fwy.


The Asian-barbecue fusion restaurant will have an à la carte menu for the Super Bowl, including smoked wings with hot sauce and miso blue cheese, half or full racks of smoked baby back pork ribs, chicken karaage, sesame rice noodles, Thai chips and dip, and grilled edamame. If you’re craving all of it, there’s an option to package six of those items for $160. Place orders by Feb. 8 for pick up on Feb. 11. 1812 N Haskell Ave.; 14999 Montfort Dr.

Nick the Greek

Lean into some healthier options with Greek food packages that include wings, falafel, pita, and salads. Three packages are available that range from two to four proteins with choices such as beef or lamb gyro, chicken gyro, chicken souvlaki, falafel, and veggies. Sweeten it up with sticky and pistachio-filled baklava or fried loukoumades. Packages start at $18.95. Orders may be placed online. 7707 N. MacArthur Blvd., Ste. 110, Irving.

Thunderbird Pies

We’re going to ignore a recent TikTok critic’s thoughts on Thunderbird Pies, because we know it’s one of the best pizzas in town. A few squares of the sweet and spicy Honey Bastard will prove it. Place orders online. 7328 Gaston Ave., Ste. 110.

Ten50 BBQ

Meat and cheese boards, platters of burnt ends and barbecue sauce, and chopped beef or pulled pork sliders might be the only thing you need for your Super Bowl party. Ten50’s catering packages include bacon-wrapped torpedoes (stuffed jalapeños, basically), barbecue tacos, smoked chicken wings, and more starting at $50. On the à la carte menu, smoked prime whole brisket ($32 a pound), and sides such as brisket baked beans, five cheese mac, green beans, and coleslaw for $56 each. Housemade desserts start at $40 and include a whole chocolate pie, key lime pie, and banana pudding. Place orders by calling 1-855-QUE-1050 or emailing [email protected] by Feb. 7 for pick up on Feb. 11. 1050 N. Central Expy., Richardson.


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