Super Bowl Bites: Where to get food & drink specials or to-go bundles for home

February 10, 2022
By Matt Sterner

Laces out, Tucson

Pigskins aren’t just for eating, don’t you know? Some athletes like to toss around the pigskins/footballs for a few months out of the year, and come February, two teams face off in something called the Super Bowl.

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Here in Tucson, there are quite a few super options to celebrate the big game.

Certain spots are offering food and drink specials, others are opening up earlier than usual, and then a few restaurants are offering take-home catering kits to feed a large crowd. No matter how you celebrate the Super Bowl, try keeping it local with the following opportunities.

Disclaimer: More than likely, there are plenty of other football-themed events and catering options happening around Tucson, so consider this just a handful to help get your search off on the right foot. 

Local Catering Options

Cheba Hut

446 N. Campbell Ave. #150

If you’re looking for some of the “dankest” food to bring to a party or to your own home, give Cheba Hut a thought because they’ve got the Hot Box filled with mini sandwiches galore.

For more information, visit


Multiple locations
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Focus on football and leave the game-day grub to eegee’s this year. From now until Sunday, February 13, eegee’s is offering $7 off any catering order that has a Fun Pak (serves 50) or Party Pak (serves 25) and a 3-foot sub sandwich (serves 12-15). Also, for that week only, eegee’s will bring back the Watermelon eegee flavor.

To get the deal, use the code GAMEPLAN at checkout or mention the “Game Plan” if ordering in-person at any of the restaurants.

For more information, visit

Kiss of Smoke BBQ & Catering

663 S. Plumer

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They’ve got a “Champ Special” going on right now and it’s $90 per package. You’ll want to order before Sunday, February 13 because the pickup date is Saturday, February 12 between 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.

The Champ Special
  • Brisket Queso and Chips
  • Party-size Fatties with Crackers
  • Beef Sausage or Hot Links
  • Brisket
  • Pulled Pork
  • 24 Rolls or Sliders
  • Barbecue Sauce
  • Puppy Chow Party Mix

For more information, call (520) 270-7917. 

Nosh Tucson

680 E. Rudasill Rd.

If you’re in the process of creating a bash at home, consider Nosh Tucson and its Super Bowl wings packages. Each of the sauces are housemade and there’s only a limited amount of packages available.

For more information and to order, call (520) 891-4690 or visit

Food and Drink Specials out and about

Barrio Brewing Company

800 E. 16th St.
Barrio Brewing Company
Photo courtesy of Barrio Brewing Company on Facebook

If you’re looking for craft beer, a tasty menu, and plenty of television screens, perhaps Barrio Brewing is the one for you. They’ll be serving up some in-house specials on food and drinks (yet to be announced).

For more information, follow Barrio Brewing Company on Facebook

Che’s Lounge

350 N. Fourth Ave.

The Fourth Avenue bar is throwing a potluck this year. So, bring any snacks you’d like while enjoying a cold beer or one of the many cocktails on the menu.

For more information, follow Che’s Lounge on Facebook

Dove Mountain Brewing Company 

12130 N. Dove Mountain Blvd.

Are you looking to show off your dance moves before the players hit the field? Dove Mountain Brewing Company wants you to get your groove on with Little House of Funk before the big game.

For more information, follow Dove Mountain Brewing Company on Facebook

Empire Pizza & Pub

137 E. Congress St.
Elote pizza at Empire Pizza & Pub (Credit: Jackie Tran)
Elote pizza at Empire Pizza & Pub (Credit: Jackie Tran)

They’re opening up at 3 p.m. on Sunday, February 13 and you can bet that the big game will be broadcasted to each of their TV screens. Also, take your pizza home if you’d rather watch the game in the comfort of your own home.

For more information, follow Empire Pizza & Pub on Facebook

Frog & Firkin

874 E. University Blvd.

The spot on University will have drink and food specials, fun games, trivia, and, of course, neat prizes. Also, if you’d like to make reservations, call (520) 620-7507.

For more information, follow Frog & Firkin on Facebook.

Louie’s Pub

746 E. Fort Lowell Rd.
Scorpion bowls at Louie's Pub
Scorpion bowls at Louie’s Pub (Credit: Jackie Tran)

The bar will be offering free bites, giveaways, raffles, free pool, and a DJ starts spinnin’ after the game. The festivities begin at 2 p.m.

For more information, follow Louie’s Pub on Facebook

The Maverick

6622 E. Tanque Verde Rd.

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The country bar is going to have 17 screens to choose from on Sunday, February 13 and the doors open early at 3 p.m. Oh, and there are some deals, too — $3 beers all night, food specials, and team giveaways.

For more information, follow The Maverick on Facebook

The Nugget

2617 N. First Ave.

The Nugget is hosting a party that includes complimentary food, along with drink specials and lots of surprises and giveaways.

For more information, follow The Nugget on Facebook

Salty Dawg II

6121 E. Broadway Blvd.

The party starts at 3 p.m. and you can expect food and drink specials like $0.50 wings.

For more information, follow Salty Dawg II on Facebook.

The Station Pub & Grill

8235 N Silverbell Rd.

The neighborhood pub in Marana is offering drink specials like $5 bloody marys, $4 mimosas, and $3.50 domestic beer. Also, multiple raffle prizes will be given out at the end of each quarter, with a grand prize of a 65-inch TV.

For more information, follow The Station Pub & Grill on Facebook.

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