Hudson Valley restaurants are set for the Super Bowl

If you’re looking to feature Super Bowl offerings, you can do some serious super snacking with these restaurant packages to go.

If you’re looking to feature Super Bowl offerings, you can do some serious super snacking with these restaurant packages to go:

Broccoli’s Luncheonette

Two sandwiches are facing off at Broccoli’s Luncheonette in Dobbs Ferry—the Tampa Bay Lechon with roast pork, onions, and mojo sauce and the Kansas City BBQ Burger. The latter features a 4-ounce house-made burger with Kansas City BBQ sauce, Jack Daniel onions, bacon and Swiss cheese. Both will be on special the entire week for $9 each.


Chef Scott Fratangelo is having a bit of BBQ fun with this year’s Super Bowl package, which can be picked up hot from the Ardsley eatery on game day. Select between his Sweet Chili Lime Chicken Wings with Scallion Aioli Dip or his House Made BBQ Pulled Pork with Potato Rolls and Pickles. Both will be served with Rigatoni Mac and Cheese and Wedge Salad. The package serves four people for $125. Order by Thursday, Feb. 4. 


The White Plains fast Italian hot spot teamed up with I Heart Wines and Basei Beer to create two game day packages that feed four people. The wine lovers package ($59) includes two dozen XL Wings, two Margherita Pinsas, an order of Mozzarella Sticks and four-pack of wine with I Heart Wines ice bucket, napkins and koozie. The beer package ($65) includes the same food offerings plus a 6-pack of Basei Beer and koozies. For the wings, fans can select between Cacio e Pepe or “Italian” Buffalo Sauce (hot). Plus, you can add a tray of one of the lasagnas— homemade, gluten-free veggie, or porcini-truffle mushroom. Order by Thursday, Feb. 4.

The Greekish

Get ready for the Super Bowl with The Greekish Super-ish Super Bowl Party Pack for four for $45. This Meze pack includes two dips of choice plus chips and pita, feta croquettes, meatballs, wings, Brussels sprouts and roasted cauliflower. The package is available at both the Nyack and Harrison locations. Order by Thursday, Feb. 4.

The Rare Bit

With a family-style menu that includes chicken wings ($35) in a range of sauces (Buffalo, BBQ, General Tso’s, kung pao or Nashville), mac and cheese ($30), a sandwich platter ($35), sliders ($35), taters ($30) and more, there’s something for the entire family, no matter whom you are rooting for. All orders can be picked up Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 7, from noon to 6 p.m. email

The Shop Ardsley

The Ardsley hybrid restaurant – serving bagels and breakfast in the a.m. before transforming into a full-scale American restaurant after 4 p.m – will be airing the big game on all three 55-inch TV screens with full sound. If you decide to stay to watch the game, check out the chicken wing offerings (eight for $11; 16 for $20) available with teriyaki, BBQ, mild or hot sauces. If you’re enjoying the game at home, consider the Build Your Own Burger option or pick up one of the fried chicken dinners ($12 through $58) to go.  914-591-4321, 

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