Super Bowl Sunday is a de facto national holiday. For some, it means sitting around the TV with friends and family and watching the big game while enjoying homemade food or takeout. For others, it means doing basically the same, but at a restaurant. Either way, we’ve got you covered. Here are a few eat-in and take-out options for people in Palm Beach this Super Bowl Sunday.
Grato in West Palm is hosting its annual Super Bowl bash, which means all-you-can-eat and bottomless drinks for $100. Chef Clay Conley’s menu features a whole roast pig and a ton of game-day bites like brisket spring rolls, hot dog panini, and chicken wings. (1901 S. Dixie Hwy, West Palm; reservations at 561-404-1334)
Boston’s on the Beach in Delray is also going large for the big game, offering a three-course dinner and open bar for $150 per person. (40 S. Ocean Blvd., Delray; 561-278-3364)
Mazie’s is doing Chinese takeout for the big game. On the menu: snacks like pork egg rolls ($5), Szechuan wings ($18 per dozen), entrees like Mongolian beef, Kung Pao shrimp, General Tso’s chicken and barbecue spare ribs (all range from $20 to $30), plus combo plates and sides that include bok choy and fried rice. Orders, which can be made in person or by phone until Friday, can be picked up between 4 and 6 p.m. Sunday. (3815 S. Dixie Hwy, West Palm; 561-323-2572)
The Regional in West Palm Beach is offering a tempting takeout package -- a 12-piece fried chicken bucket, coleslaw, pickles, and house sauce for $48. (651 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm; 561-557-6460)
Jewell Bistro in Lake Worth has two game-day options, a meat lovers ($95) and a vegetarian ($85). Carnivores can expect pulled pork with flatbread, smoked fish buns, kielbasa bits with horseradish slaw, heirloom tomatoes and honey-nut bars. Vegetarians can feast on Swank lettuce, smoked carrot dip, heirloom tomatoes with Roquefort, a vegetarian hoagie with meatless, pepperoni-ish dressing and oatmeal creme pies. Each package serves about four