Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Winning Ways to Tackle Your Hunger During the Big Game on Feb. 7

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 Emily Connolly or Morgan Dyches
Melissa Libby & Associates
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WINNING WAYS TO TACKLE YOUR HUNGER DURING THE BIG GAME ON FEB. 7
Atlanta Restaurants Score With a “Super” Roster of Football-Friendly Favorites

ATLANTA (Jan. 20, 2016) – Watching the year’s biggest game can fuel a stadium-sized appetite. No matter what kind of football fare you crave, these Atlanta restaurants have all the options covered with a championship lineup of food and drink specials, catering packages and pigskin parties. Here are the best ways to celebrate the NFL championship on Sunday, Feb. 7:

Atkins Park Restaurant & Bar in Virginia-Highland is fielding an MVP carry-out menu of munchies. Treat your crew to 2 dozen jumbo chicken wings, served confit or smoked in a Big Green Egg, with your choice of sweet chili, spicy BBQ or Atkins Park’s classic wing sauce (ranch, blue cheese and veggies included) for $30. Other winning plays include 12 pulled pork sliders; housemade guacamole, salsa and tortilla chips; and a vegetable crudit√© platter with ranch dressing, each $25. 404-876-7249; atkinspark.com.

FLIP burger boutique has drawn up a special to-go menu sure to bowl you over. Order your favorite sliders, including the classic stack ($43 for 10), turkey ($43 for 10) or the rBQ with angus beef, pulled brisket and coleslaw ($45 for 10). Don’t forget appetizing starters and sides like baked beans ($45 feeds four to six fans), braised brisket empanadas, FLIP chips and kale slaw ($30 for four to six). Customers are strongly encouraged to order ahead of time to guarantee availability. FLIP will close at 5 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 7, so orders must be picked up by 4:30 p.m. flipburgerboutique.com.

HOBNOB Neighborhood Tavern is offering a slate of “Super Sunday” specials for dine-in, to-go or delivery (via Grubhub.com). Hungry football fans can order 50 chicken wings for $49 and get 25 pretzels and beer cheese dip free. An order of 24 chicken tenders is accompanied by 12 free pretzels for $69, and HOBNOB’s party-size chili, which feeds 12 people for $79, also comes with 12 free pretzels. To-go orders must be placed 24 hours in advance by calling 404-968-2288. hobnobatlanta.com.

Johnny’s Hideaway will be broadcasting the game in full house sound. A live DJ begins spinning Johnny’s signature mix of classics and contemporary dance hits immediately afterward. 404-233-8026; johnnyshideaway.com.

If wings is your thing, Milton's Cuisine & Cocktails has the perfect to-go option to watch the big game at home. They're offering 50 smoked wings and white chocolate chip brownie bites for $50 plus tax. Flavors include traditional medium, espresso rubbed with pomegranate molasses or Kentuckyaki with sesame seeds. Order by February 5 at 5 p.m. Available for pick up on February 7 from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. miltonscuisine.com 

Smokebelly BBQ is serving up a savory selection of specials for barbecue-loving football fanatics. Entertaining at home? Now through Feb. 7, order 2 lbs. of pulled pork, a 1-quart side, 1 pint of sauce and a package of slider buns to feed four of your hungriest friends for $40, or take home a platter of 25 wings with celery, carrots and sauce for $20 per platter. Enjoy the game at Smokebelly and take advantage of specials including 25 wings and a bucket of five beers for $35, $3 draft specials and $5 well drinks. Also through Feb. 7, dine-in customers can register to win a 50” TV courtesy of American Born Moonshine. The winner will be announced during the third quarter of the big game; winner must be present to win. 404-848-9100; smokebellybbq.com.

Atlanta’s ultimate sports bar offers the ultimate viewing party with more than 70 TVs to follow the action from every angle. Catch the game at STATS with up to five of your friends (six people total) in the main dining area for $250, or enjoy delicious draft beer right at your fingertips at one of the restaurant’s tap tables (seats six to eight) for $500. For a VIP experience, kick back in one of four semi-private suites ($500 for up to 10 people) or super suites ($750 for up to 15). Your ticket purchase includes your reservation and the food and beverage minimum for your desired section. To reserve a spot today, click here. 404-885-1472; statsatl.com.

Tin Lizzy’s Cantina offers catering for those who want to enjoy delicious FlexMex cuisine during the big game. Options include the taco bar ($9 per person), the stacked taco bar ($11 per person), chicken tender platters ($4 per person) and Tin Lizzy’s FlexMex salad ($2.50 per person). Order at least 24 hours in advance. Delivery is free within a 10-mile radius; $100 minimum order for delivery. Email catering@tinlizzys.com for all catering inquiries. tinlizzyscantina.com.

Twin Smokers BBQ has a special Feb. 7 package for fans of savory, slow-cooked barbecue. It includes a choice of three meats (1 lb. each), three 1-quart sides, cornbread, BBQ sauces and sweet tea or lemonade for $75. This special is also available for the AFC and NFC championship games on Sunday, Jan. 24. The restaurant offers drop-off catering for parties of 25 or more, with 48 hours’ advance notice (delivery fee may apply). 404-698-4707; twinsmokersbbq.com.


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