The Jew And The Carrot

Kosher Grub for the Super Bowl

By Lucy Cohen Blatter

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Whether you love the game or just watch for the commercials, this Sunday is really all about the food. If you’re hoping to host a kosher fiesta party, down more wings than you ever thought imaginable, order a sub as tall as a football player or even have some veggie friendly fare, we have you covered with spots around the country.

What are you eating on game day? Tell us in the comments!

New York

Courtesy of La Brochette

La Brochette
This new, upscale midtown kosher steakhouse and sushi bar is hosting its first-ever kosher Super Bowl party (we know, sushi and football, it’s an odd combo but just go with it). Game day specials include a selection of brochettes or skewered meats including beef, kafta, veal and lamb and a prime-meat sampler with a lamb chop, filet mignon, short rib and center-cut rib eye. The game will be broadcast on 55-inch flat-screen TVs around the restaurant, and a special selection of HE’BREW kosher beer will be brought in for the occasion.

RSVPs are recommended, though not required. Brochettes are $22 per serving; buy three, get one free. The prime-meat sampler is $75. 340 Lexington Ave at 39th Street, New York, NY, 212-972-2200

Gotham Burger Gotham Burger’s Manhattan location is holding an All You Can Eat and Drink Super Bowl Buffet with unlimited beer on tap for just 80 people (so make your reservations stat). Cost: $85 in advance, $100 at the door. If you’d rather munch on your snacks at home, both locations are offering take-away packages complete with game day favorites like sliders, chili, heroes and wings.

*The deadline to place orders is January 29. 726 Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY, 212-335-0005; 1383 Queen Anne Rd, Teaneck, New Jersey, 201-530-7400,

Carlos & Gabby’s
This South of the Border-style restaurant is offering two special take-away packages, as part of their Supremo Bowl Fiesta menu — one feeding 12 and the other for 20 diners. The smaller package includes nachos and salsa, wings, taquitos and a 3-foot hero. The larger includes a 6-foot hero (yes, that’s as tall as a linebacker). There’s no deadline, but ordering early is recommended to ensure you get everything on time.

Platters range from $175-$260. 1376 Coney Island Ave., Brooklyn, NY, 718-337-8226

Prime Butcher Baker
No game is complete without franks in a blanket, and this Upper East Side market has ‘em, plus honey BBQ wings and three footer heroes stuffed with your choice of cold cuts. Hopefully, your cardiologist will give you a free pass for game day.

Franks in blankets are $10.50/dozen, and three-foot heroes are $165 each. 1572 Second Ave., New York, NY, 212-616-1502

Breads Bakery
Being a vegetarian at a Super Bowl party can be tricky. Israeli-born Breads Bakery has you covered with homemade baguette chips, toast fingers and their cheese straws (make sure to save some for yourself!). Also on offer is a bureka platter with cherry tomato salsa and tahini dip. A special buffalo crudite — complete with vegetables from the Union Square Greenmarket and blue cheese dip — is available too.

courtesy of Breads Bakery

Platters range from $48-65. 18 East 16th St., New York, NY, 212-633-2253

Baltimore and New Jersey

Dougie’s
Meat-lover heaven Dougie’s is all about the big Super Bowl parties. The smallest, the “Kickoff Special,” includes a 2-foot hero, wings, coleslaw and more for 10 people. But if you’re looking to host a bash for 40 of your closest friends try the “2-Minute Warning Special,” which boasts three 3-foot heroes, 200 wings, chicken nuggets, 10 orders of ribs, steak fries, chili and cole slaw. There are also add-ons available, like fire poppers and mini corn dogs.

Specials start at $139, not including delivery. 184 West Englewood Ave., Teaneck, NJ, 201-833-6000; 256 Norwood Ave., Deal, NJ, 732-517-0300 600 Reistertown Rd., Pikesville, MD, 410-486-0060

Chicago

Milt’s Barbecue for the Perplexed This Chicago barbecue joint is making sure you’ve got fuel for the football duel, with four catering options for 10-plus people. The smallest, includes smoked wings, buffalo wings, ranch dressing and chili nachos. The largest package (for anyone with a big appetite) includes spare ribs, a slider sampler (brisket, chicken and burger), wings sampler, chicken tenders, ranch dressing, coleslaw and barbecue sauce. Each order qualifies for an entry into Milt’s Super Bowl XLVIII raffle for a $50 gift card.

Platters range from $7-$26 per person. 3411 North Broadway St., Chicago, IL, 773-661-6384

Boston

Rubin’s Boston’s oldest deli — it’s been around for 88 years — is offering its annual NFL Season Menu on Super Bowl Sunday. Among the offerings are a classic deli platter, with a choice of four meats, pickles, bread, cole slaw and potato salad; a chicken wing platter; slow-cooked boneless ribs served in a five pound bowl; and add-ons like mini meat knishes, and franks in blanks. Orders must be placed by Wednesday, January 29.

The deli platter is $12.99/pp (with a 10-person minimum), chicken wing platters are $60-$80 and add-ons like meat knishes and hot dogs are $12-$18 per dozen. 500 Harvard Street, Brookline, MA, 617-731-8787

Los Angeles

LA Burger Bar, Los Angeles This City of Angels burger joint is offering specials on their Super Bowl classics, big enough to feed a football team (almost). A 70-piece wing special is available for $65, a 70-piece chicken fingers platter for $67, a 22-piece slider platter for $60 and a mixed fries platter for $25. Orders must be placed by Saturday night, February 1. 8581 West Pico Boulevard, Los Angeles, 310-933-4430

Saint Louis

Kohns, St. Louis
This St. Louis restaurant, with a traditional deli counter and self-seating, will offer party sub sandwiches featuring their own “Homemade Killer Pastrami,” beef or vegetarian chili, three types of wings, 7-layer Mexican dip with tortilla chips, upside-down cupcakes and special Super Bowl-themed cookies on Sunday.

Everything can be priced per person or a la carte. Call for pricing. 10405 Old Olive Street Rd., Creve Coeur, MO, 314-569-0727

Seattle

Island Crust Café, Seattle

There’s no doubt that things will be festive at this Seattle spot, where Seahawks fans will crowd the place. On Super Bowl Sunday, this dairy spot is going to offer a pizza buffet with both slice and full-pizza specials and all-you-can eat vegetarian Chinese buffet ($18.95 person). Pizza or Chinese — something for everyone. They’ll be broadcasting the game and offering $2 off pitchers of beer.

7525 SE 24th St #100, Mercer Island, WA, 206-232-7878


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