Atlanta Restaurants Have The Big Game Covered With Food Specials And Football Viewing

Football Fans Score Extra Points with Celebration-Worthy Deals and Appetite-Tackling Meals

As National Football League teams crusade for the championship title on Sunday, Feb. 12, Atlanta restaurants are getting in the game to ensure fans have winning spreads off the field. Whether dining in or bringing the tailgate home, Atlanta restaurants have the playbook for a super exciting evening.

All HOBNOB Neighborhood Tavern locations— Brookhaven, Halcyon, Midtown and Perimeter—assist fans in bringing the HOBNOB experience home with Super Sunday meals to-go. The meals come with a choice of hummus, Buffalo or pimento cheese dip, chicken wings, pulled pork with slider buns and slaw, Tavern chips, macaroni and cheese and a gallon of sweet tea—all at prices that cannot be beaten.  Meal options serve four to six for $150 or eight to 10 for $250. Fans can place orders via email and are asked to include option choice, choice of wing flavor and dip along with the desired location and time for pickup on Sunday, Feb. 12 between noon-5 p.m.  After the order is placed, HOBNOB will send an email for payment.

For those needing a game plan groove, Johnny’s Hideaway has all the moves. The iconic Buckhead nightclub is showing the game with full-house sound and offering a tailgate buffet from 5-6 p.m. At the final whistle, the DJ spins tunes until close.

Milton’s Cuisine & Cocktails invites hungry fans to “steak” claim to a meaty deal on Sunday, Feb. 12. Starting at 5 p.m., the Crabapple eatery is serving half-priced filets. Make reservations online.

Postino WineCafé lets guests skip the seven-layer dip and opt for savory favorites delivered right to their door. The popular eatery, with locations in Buckhead and West Midtown, takes care of the game-day spread with a party pack that feeds 15 hungry fans. The party pack boasts a choice of two among chef’s charcuterie, skewers, Nick’s board, meatballs, and goat cheese and a crudité platter; one bruschetta platter and one panini platter. The cost is $315 with add-on options of an assorted cookie platter ($24), a gallon of lemonade ($17.50) and a gallon of iced tea ($12.50). Postino is offering free delivery on Sunday, Feb. 12 with orders placed online and using the code “TOUCHDOWN.”

SabaRaba’s brings good food and good karma to the game-day spread. On Sunday, Feb. 12, the Israeli eatery is offering Buffalo or regular falafel, hummus with carrots or celery sticks and Israeli salad for $15 per person with a minimum of 10 orders. Fans can place orders through the catering inquiry form online or call 404-904-3881.

Taco Mac, known for its fresh, never-frozen wings, extensive list of craft beers and large televisions for sports viewing, is the perfect location for watching the big game. Fans viewing at home can feed the whole team with Taco Mac’s famous wing platters and more by ordering online.

Tin Lizzy’s Cantina, the MVP for eclectic tacos, refreshing margaritas and friendly service, has super plans for fans watching the game on their home turf or at one of its convenient locations. Tin Lizzy’s offers catering and online ordering for tailgate spreads at home with everything from margaritas to-go to build-your-own taco packs that feed four to five guests. Those watching the big game at Tin Lizzy’s can take advantage of $4 Dos Equis Ambar pints, $15 pitchers and food specials.

Your 3rd Spot is getting in the game and tossing out a super package deal. For $30 per person, fans get a reserved seat or table (for four or more guests) for watching the game, six wings plus a $5 food credit, one select draft or bottled beer, a halftime raffle ticket and half-priced unlimited gaming Experience Passes. Reservations can be made on Your 3rd Spot’s website.