3 Delicious Super Bowl Parties in Houston

Cheer on your favorite team as you dive into these feasts
January 27, 2015
by Marcy de Luna

Cheer on your favorite team while you dine on a prix-fixe spread this Super Bowl Sunday. Below are three spots with ample TV sets — and meals that'll satisfy the hungriest football fans.

Punk's Simple Southern Food

Catch the big game at this casual Rice Village hangout beginning at 4 PM,  when you can get discounted buckets of beer ($15 domestic, $20 craft or imported), plus a special prix fixe meal ($30 per person). Kick off with starters like sweet corn hushpuppies and Buffalo chicken wings, then choose between a pulled-pork sandwich, beef burger or fish tacos as your main course. For the final play, nosh on playful desserts like funnel cake.

5212 Morningside Dr.; 713-524-7865

Tony Mandola's

The upscale seafood restaurant will host its annual Super Bowl buffet (5 PM) complete with four all-you-can-eat food stations ($40 per person). Make your way through the salad and ice bars featuring favorites from the sea (oysters on the half shell, boiled shrimp, crab fingers) followed by hot items ranging from Sicilian pizza and spaghetti and meatballs to chicken Parmesan and lasagna. Save room for bread pudding, Key lime pie and other classics.

1212 Waugh Dr.; 713-528-3474

Federal Grill

Lock in a front-row seat (5 PM) for a standout view of the game. Unlimited food selections ($35 per person) from the kitchen include hot wings, Akaushi beef sliders, loaded French fries and turkey hot dogs. Order a special game-day drink and get your name entered to win a prize. Hurry and call for a reservation: seating is limited to 50.

510 Shepherd Dr.; 713-863-7777

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