All around Houston, restaurants prepare for the big game on Sunday. Sports bars and beer gardens are hosting Super Bowl watch parties, and you can get your fix of food, whether it’s Houston-made beer from 8th WonderWhere superbowl– Paulies themed cookies.
If you want barbecue from the best pitmasters in town or booze to start the pre-game, here are 8 restaurants to dine in or take out for Super Bowl Sunday.
Big horn barbecue
You know what sweetens a victory? Hickory smoked barbecue. Pearland’s Big Horn BBQ offers its smoky specialties, like pork chops and jalapeño sausages for the Sunday night game. We’ve heard that if you dip your tail in Big Horn BBQ’s famous barbecue sauce, it’ll bring good luck to your team.
big horn barbecue, 2300 Smith Ranch Road, Pearland. To call, (281) 741-3289.
With a marinara sauce of the day and fatty bacon pizzas, the menu will delight your taste buds. Two of the restaurant’s signature dishes face off on Sunday, representing the Rams, with boneless Korean barbecue wings, and the Bengals with classic Cincinnati chili. Free shipping is available throughout Houston.
at Vinny’s, 1201 St Emanuel Call Street, (713) 750-9433.
8th Wonder Brewery
Texans fans will be in good company watching the Super Bowl at the 8th Wonder Brewery. With a huge selection of beers and IPAs, you can always represent the city on Sunday. Watch the game on the big screen and order the $18 WonderKeg special.
8th Wonder Brewery, 2202 Dallas St. Call, (713) 581-2337.
What’s the big game without the right cocktails? Whether your team wins or loses, celebrate with $4 glasses of Old Forester 86, Jameson and Buffalo Trace at Reserve 101. Drinks served all night Sunday.
Reserve 101, 1201 Caroline St STE 100. Call, (713) 480-1579.
Texas is a football state, but also a barbecue state. Pair the Sunday game with dishes like Chili con queso made with Waygu beef and charred pork belly scraps from the RC Ranch’s freshest cuts of meat.
RC Ranch, 2520 Airline Dr Suite B-210. To call, (979) 864-3540.
On the weekends, the weather is nice, which means dining on the terrace and happy hour. Watch the game at Feges in Spring Branch, on one of their three indoor projectors or on the patio. Super Bowl Sunday comes with specials, so enjoy some of their fan-favorite plates, like BBQ Quesadillas and Pulled Pork Sandwich.
Spring branch Feges BBQ, 8217 Long Point Rd. To call, (346) 319-5339.
No matter who you cheer on on Sunday, your game day party won’t be complete without dessert. Paulie’s bakes Super Bowl themed cookies. Orders must be placed before Saturday.
Paulie’s, 1834 Westheimer Road. Call (713) 807-7271.
Willie’s Grill & Cooler
Although Cincinnati and Los Angeles go hand in hand, add Cajun spice to your game day at Willie’s Grill & Icehouse. Order their crawfish to go with any dish 一 corn potatoes, mushrooms, onions and sausages.
Willie’s Grille & Icehouse, 945 Highway 6, Sugar Land, Texas, 77478. Call (281) 242-2252. 9 locations in the Houston area. Visit the website to find the location closest to you.