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Where to Order Big Food for the Big Game in Westchester

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Tommy Tots at The Rare Bit. Photo courtesy of The Rare Bit

We all know — even if we don’t dare speak it aloud — that the munchies and the TV ads are just as important and exciting as the Super Bowl game itself. To that (tight?) end, here’s a team of offerings to make your day and night in front of the big screen a proverbial ball. 

BLT Steak White Plains

The Ritz-Carlton, Westchester
221 Main St, White Plains; 914.467.5500

The menu is completely customizable at this downtown oasis of steak and seafood and, for game day, options range from mac ‘n’ cheese balls, mini crab cakes with lemon aioli, sliders (beef or pulled pork), and wagyu pigs in a blanket to truffle or bacon popcorn (how does one choose?), nachos, dips, and more. There are also five cocktail packages to choose from, including fresh margaritas, sangria, and micheladas.

Broccoli’s Luncheonette

23 Cedar St, Dobbs Ferry; 914.693.8000

Two sandwiches face off at this fairly new counter lunch spot with a touch of Southern flair: the Tampa Bay Lechon with roast pork, onions, and mojo sauce; and the Kanas City BBQ Burger, a four-ounce house-made beauty with barbecue sauce, J.D. onions, bacon, and Swiss cheese.

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The Greekish

273 Halstead Ave, Harrison; 914.732.3333

The Super-ish party pack at this hip spot for mezze and ouzo comes with two dips of choice plus chips and pita, feta croquettes, meatballs, wings, Brussels sprouts, and roasted cauliflower.

L’inizio

698 Saw Mill River Rd, Ardsley; 914.693.5400

The fabulous Fratangelos are offering party packs that serve four and come with a choice of sweet chili lime chicken wings with scallion aioli dip or house-made barbecue pulled pork with potato rolls and pickles. Rigatoni mac and cheese and a crisp wedge salad accompany either choice.   

papi’

19 Bank St, White Plains; 914.328.6535
This casual, fast Italian spot teams up with I Heart Wines and Basei Beer to offer kick-off party packs that feed fan groups of four. The wine lover’s package includes two dozen XL wings, two margherita Pinsas, an order of mozzarella sticks, and a four-pack of wine with a ice bucket, napkins, and koozie. The beer package includes the eats plus a 6 o’suds and koozies. For the wings, choose from cacio e pepe, or spicy “Italian” buffalo Sauce. Lasagnas trays are also available for pickup: homemade, GF veggie, or porcini-truffle mushroom.

Photo courtesy of The Rare Bit

The Rare Bit

23 Cedar St, Dobbs Ferry; 914.693.8000

At this welcoming Rivertown gastropub, it’s a family-style menu on game day that includes wings in a range of sauces (Buffalo, BBQ, General Tso’s, Kung Pao, or Nashville), mac and cheese, sandwich platters, sliders, taters, and more.

Sam’s of Gedney Way

50 Gedney Way, White Plains; 914.949.0978

Offering a variety of platters that pair well with the pigskin, this classic American bistro since 1932 serves up wings, sliders of slow-smoked brisket or hickory-smoked pork, franks in a blanket, cauliflower and truffle pizza, and the signature house-smoked ribs, along with a Bavarian pretzel kit complete with mustard sauce and three cheese dips, coleslaw, mac ‘n’ cheese, biscuits, and, of course, a dessert platter of assorted brownies, blondies, and ooey gooey cookies.

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The Shop Ardsley

711 Saw Mill River Rd, Ardsley; 914.591.4321

This Rivertown hybrid eatery — serving bagels and breakfast in the AM before transforming into a full-scale American restaurant for dinner — will show the game on all three 55-inch TV screens with full sound. If you sit and stay a while, don’t miss the wings (teriyaki, BBQ, mild, or hot sauces), but if you’re watching in the comfort of your own home, consider a Build Your Own Burger or a coveted fried chicken dinner to go.