• Super Bowl LIII {2019}: Hoboken Spots That are Catering

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    It goes without saying that the Super Bowl is one of the best days of the year for eating and drinking in Hoboken.  A ton of us will certainly be tuning in to watch the big games — whether out and about or from the comfort of home. For those staying home, HG has a great {and evolving} list of local hot spots that have a catering menu available for you and guests to enjoy. Most places are pick up only, but in a city as accessible as Hoboken, you can make it happen. Let one of these restaurants do the cooking for you, so you and your fellow football fans can sit back, relax, and enjoy the game – read on to see which ones are catering.

    Union Hall Super Bowl

    {Photo: @unionhallhoboken}

    Union Hall {306 Sinatra Drive} 

    This Hoboken hotspot is serving up a diverse menu and offering small + large orders of their most loved dishes — crispy flatbread and crudité, chips + guac, red rooster wings, and chicken fingers. Union Hall will also have sliders, truffle mac + cheese {ugh, say no more}, fries {regular, garlic, and truffle}, and so much more {not drooling}. Place orders by 4:00PM on January 31st, and pick up goes until 3:00PM on Super Bowl Sunday.

    Buy-Rite {575 Manila Avenue, Jersey City}

    Although located in Jersey City, Buy-Rite is covering all your bev needs on Super Bowl Sunday. Offering four separate packages, customers can opt for The Kick Off {one 30 pack of Goose Island and one cause of Truly Seltzer + Tito’s}, the Todd Gurley package {one case of seltzer and 30 pack of beer, Tito’s, and La Gritona Reposado}, and so much more. Swing by and use the code HOBOKEN to get 20% off your order.

    Losurdo’s {410 2nd Street} 

    This Italian Deli + Bakery is coming in hot with its Super Bowl Sunday Special {say that three times fast}. This well-known Italian hotspot is offering an epic menu of food, featuring a half tray of chicken wings {40 pieces}, a three-foot Italian sub, and two large pizzas for $134.99. When you swing by to pick up your nibbles, you might as well pick up some fresh mozzarella and focaccia bread too {it’s bellisimo}.

    Dolce + Salato {1101 Grand Street} 

    There’s nothing HG loves more than delicious, authentic Italian food, and Dolce and Salato is serving it up big for the Super Bowl. Its catering menu is filled with classic Italian specialties like sausage + peppers, tortellini {with vodka sauce}, eggplant parm, lasagna, panini platters, amongst other mouthwatering options. Choose from half or full trays of the savory bites to enjoy. Dolce and Salato will also be featuring some “Crowd Pleasers,” such as staple football grub like wings, meatball sliders, and queso + chips. For more detailed information and pricing, check out the Super Bowl menu here.

    Read More: Super Bowl LIII {2019} in Hoboken: Where to Watch

    Black Bear Bar + Grill {205 Washington Street} 

    Black Bear Wings Super Bowl

    {Photo courtesy of @blackbearhoboken}

    If you’ve ever been to Black Bear, you know their wings are literally TDF. The bar + grill will be available for order pick up on match day and will be open to watch the game in {just in case you have to make a half time run for some more snacks}. Wings are drenched in one of Black Bear’s many signature sauces — Teriyaki, Honey BBQ, Mild, Medium, Hot, Chipotle BBQ, Firecracker, Sriracha Fire + Atomic, and will be available in half {$50} and whole tray {$100} options. Call ahead to reserve your tray so you are Super Bowl Sunday ready.

    Madison Bar + Grill {1316 Washington Street} 

    Staying home for the big game has its perks. Let Madison Bar + Grill cater your entire meal from start to finish. With two options, football fans can enjoy the works without ever having to step foot in a kitchen. For $100, “The Couch Potato” offers 40 wings, 16 sliders, 3 bar pies, and spinach and artichoke dip + chips. Having a bigger party? “The Owner’s Perch” features double the portions of wings, sliders, bar pies, and spinach dip and chips, all for just $200. Call ahead to order your smorgasbord.

    Anthony David’s {953 Bloomfield Street} 

    If you’re looking for a more upscale dinner to feast on during the game, Anthony David’s has got you covered. While it does not have a specific Super Bowl catering menu, the restaurant will be able to accommodate orders for pick up. This might be a good option if you are hosting a smaller crowd at your home – chef Pino always has something incredible cooking up in his kitchen.

    Tony Boloney’s {263 1st Street}

    If it’s subs or pizza you’re craving, Tony Boloney’s has it covered {and then some}. TB’s can be delivered directly to your home or you can pick up — AKA uninterrupted game watching. They offer game day options of 3-, 6-, or 9-foot subs, and you’ll be able to choose up to three sandwiches to include in an order {think a Boken-Boy with garlic aioli and a breaded chicken cutlet, a Miss ‘Merica with turkey, and more}. This Taco Pizza mecca {but alas, Super Bowl is on a Sunday} is also offering Super Bowl packages for wings {order 25, 50, 100, or 150}; trays of wraps, wings, and more; and a selection of sides, from rice balls to buttermilk chicken fingers. PS: For our vegans, don’t forget they have vegan cheese pizza!

    Antique Bar + Bakery {122 Willow Avenue} 

    Antique Bar Super Bowl

    {Photo courtesy of @antique_bar_bakery}

    From antipasto to mushroom rice balls, short rib empanadas to pulled pork sliders, Antique has got game-day bites covered from soup to nuts. The menu features a very different selection from your typical Super Bowl grub and is totally worth it. Call Antique to place your orders for the big game. For a full menu check out their website. All orders must be placed by February 1st and pick up starts after 12:00PM on Super Bowl Sunday.

    Vito’s Deli {806 Washington Street} 

    This deli will be featuring its Sunday Football Specials for the Super Bowl this year. For $150, enjoy a three-foot Italian Hero, Buffalo Chicken Pasta Salad, and four dozen Jumbo Wings {with your choice of sauce}. This order feeds 15-20 people and must be ordered in advance. And just after starring in Hoboken’s Annual Mutz Fest, make sure you pick up a pound or five of their famous fresh mozzarella – it is a total fan favorite.

    Wicked Wolf Tavern {120 Sinatra Drive} 

    Wolf knows how to throw down on Super Bowl Sunday, but if you are looking to watch the game from your couch, let them do the cooking for you. The game-day menu features a variety of options – think wings, mozzarella sticks, sliders, potato skins, pigs in a blanket, spinach and artichoke dip, mac + cheese bites, subs, BBQ Ribs, and so much more.

    See More: Jersey City’s Super Bowl Party 2019 @ Harborside Atrium

    Midtown Philly Steaks {523 Washington Street} 

    Steak lovers rejoice – Midtown Philly Steaks will be serving up its usual {amazing} menu of every type of sandwich imaginable, making it a great party option to satisfy every guest’s munchies. Stock up on a few different types of sandwiches —like the classic Philly Cheese Steak and the Buff Chicken. You can even throw in some apps like wings, fries, Cheesesteak Egg Rolls, which are a must have, or Mozzarella Sticks. However, if you want larger portions, just call ahead and let them know what you’re looking for and they can certainly accommodate you. Delivery is also available {yassss}.

    Urban Coalhouse {116 14th Street} 

    Urban Coalhouse will be offering a few catering packages for any and all Super Bowl parties this year, with both half tray {$100 feeding 8-10} and full try {$200 feeding 16-20} options. The Kickoff package includes its well-known coal oven roasted wings, homemade meatballs and penne vodka pasta. For the Red Zone, the restaurant will be serving up panko chicken fingers, eggplant rollatini, and penne vodka pasta. Lastly, Urban will have the Hail Mary Package, offering its coal oven roasted wings, chicken parm, + homemade meatballs. Á La Carte options will also be available for any of the above choices, as well as salad. All orders must be placed 72 hours in advance, so be sure to call soon.

    Cucharama {233 Clinton Street}

    A far cry from traditional Super Bowl Sunday grub, Cucharamama is offering special catering options to add some Cuban flair to any game day shindig. Customers can order half or full trays of mini empanadas, tamales, or opt for a whole chicken pie or a Spanish potato omelet. For a post-game sweet treat, have party-goers indulge in an order of vanilla or chocolate flan, tres leches, and more.

    Sugarsuckle {600 Newark Street}

    {Photo courtesy of @sugarsuckle}

    To satisfy a sweet tooth craving, Sugarsuckle will be offering up two cookie platters for sale this week and hosting a retail day on Super Bowl Sunday, where the shop will be selling tons of its famous cookies. The Charcuterie Sugar Cookie Platter {$100}, which is filled with cookies that look like cheese slices, olives, pickles, and pretzels. The Comfort Cookie Platter {$65}, which includes a mix of chocolate chunk, ginger molasses, chewy funfetti sugar cookies, and chocolate chunk brownies. Be sure to place orders by February 1st and stop by on Super Bowl Sunday to pick up all of your game day sweets from 11:00AM-4:00PM.

    Call ahead to order from any of these local restaurants. Enjoy the game. Be safe. And remember, the day after the Super Bowl is not an official holiday so drink lots of water and may the odds be ever in your favor on Monday.

    Have a go-to Super Bowl spot? Have a favorite order from any of these locales? Let us know in the comments!


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    Hoboken homeowner and lover of all things local, Danielle made her home in the Mile Square City nearly four years ago. Danielle is a second grade teacher by day; after hours, she can be found in the kitchen whipping up a a new recipe or grabbing a bite to eat with her husband and friends. Danielle is the try-er and buyer of all things beauty and loves finding a good deal. Shopping on Washington, interior decorating, and riding her Peloton are just a few of Danielle's favorite things. Oh, and did we mention her undying love for the New York Yankees?


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