Super Bowl To-Go Food, Freebies & Deals 2021: CA Restaurants

CALIFORNIA — Super Bowl LV is set Sunday, Feb. 7, at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, FL, as the Kansas City Chiefs will face off against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

And, let’s be honest, never mind the teams. Sometimes it’s all about the snacks and party spread. Whether your go-to Super Bowl faves are pizza, wings, ribs, fried chicken, tacos or chips and dip, restaurants throughout California are at the ready with to-go specials to meet every taste and budget.

At Patch, we’ve rounded up some of the best deals statewide, so scroll through to see what appeals near you.

If you know of other super, Super Bowl eatery offers, let readers know in the comments section.

And from all of us at Patch, enjoy your Super Bowl Sunday!

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LA Restaurants Want You To Celebrate The Super Bowl With Take-out

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – As the Super Bowl approaches this Sunday on CBS and outdoor dining resumes in Los Angeles, local restaurants are asking customers to celebrate on-the-go.

L.A. health officials have discouraged people from gathering at dining establishments to watch the game, even banning outdoor televisions at restaurants.

But many restaurants are still offering take-out options so you can celebrate with your favorite foods.

If you’re looking for delicious Mexican food to eat while you watch the Buccaneers square off against the Chiefs, El Cholo’s chimichanga platter and margaritas in half-gallon jugs could be for you.

“When you watch the Super Bowl, you need chips and guac and you need pico de gallo,” said one restaurant manager.

The restaurant has two locations, one on Western Avenue and another on Flower Street in Los Angeles.

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