pro-team & pro-tein. Fuel up for the big game!
Whether you’re watching this Sunday’s Big Game for the sport or in the hopes of a Justin Timberlake #NippleGate part 2, we can all agree that there’s no game without game-time eats, friends, and Sunday night brews. Sunday’s game is the perfect sporting event for game day indulgence. It’s the perfect excuse to spend multiple hours ordering a variety a food for yourself or with friends.
In anticipation of a three hour game, here are super platters that will satisfy even the biggest game-day critics.
The Game Day Sampler
Haters have warned that Smoque N Bones’ Game Day sampler is a dangerous distraction for those who only want to watch what’s on TV. Decked with a full rack of pork side ribs, 1lb of chicken wings, 1lb of smoked riblets, 1lb of pulled pork, shoestring fries, potato salad, bakes beans, cornbread and coleslaw, you’ll probably need to order an extra side table. This Sampler, as well as Maple Smoked Wings, available in 1 or 2lbs options, and Pork rib side ribs, which includes two racks with sides, will be available for pre-order as of February 3rd.
Whether you’re ProTeam or ProTein, Boston Pizza has you covered. You and your friends can enjoy the Protein Platter, which comes with three meatballs with Bolognese and Cheddar, their famous Thai Chicken bites, Salt & Pepper Dry Ribs with a side of Cactus Cuts.
You know what can be the real problem when you’re ordering with friends? Choosing something that will satisfy everyone and not compromising on what you really want. Real Sports has resolved the pizza or pasta debate by creating the Pizzata. The what? The Pizzata- a medium sized pan pizza topped with house made marinara sauce, ricotta stuffed ravioli, mozzarella cheese and meatballs.
Ville de Québec:
Despa-cheetos duck à l’orange
Rideau Rouge is taking a spin on Québecois spin on Game-time eats. By combining American’s love of meat and Québec’s local flavours, Rideau Rouge is offering football foodies two Super platters, the first with French onions, wings, veggies, and dipping sauce, and secondly, a platter filled with BBQ chicken thigh, a pulled pork burger, fries, and cabbage salad. And if here you’re thinking, that’s not enough, you can also indulge in the Deespa-cheetos duck à l’orange, a new poutine you won’t want to miss.
The Super bowl
Rubs American BBQ exports the American experience straight to your living room. This year’s Super bowl includes twelve wings, five-six tenders, five crispy deep fried ribs. Not enough, do not fret. It also comes with a family size fries, macaroni salad, and corn salad.
The Ellis Super Bowl
Finally, Vancity foodies will be tackling The Ellis’ Super bowl, featuring vegetable fried rice, shredded lettuce and jicama salad, buffalo chicken bites, house hickory smoked ribs and pork rind garnish. And what’s the best part of watching the game three hours earlier in the day than Eastern Canadians? It’s the fact that by the time the game ends, it’ll be dinner time. Round two, anyone?
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