Rooting for your team or watching for the next, best commercial is a great chance to chow down on barbeque ribs, southern fried chicken, pizza and burgers even if not out partying because of the pandemic. But listen up home partyers. If not planning to cook, you can miss out on favorite take-outs if not ordering ahead.
Most restaurants with great BBQ or chicken wing reputations need 24 hours ahead notice and some need to get the order by 5 p.m. Feb. 5, 2021.
Check out the following ten eateries to see what’s on their game day packages and what pick-up times are still available:
- Wildfire, a popular restaurant in the upscale Lettuce Entertain You chain has a package for four to six eaters that includes such dishes as southern fried chicken, corn bread, baby back ribs and brownies. Package runs $160. However, orders have to be in by 5 p.m. Feb. 5. For more information visit Wildfire Restaurant Game Day
- In the northern suburbs Real Urban Barbecue in Vernon Hills invites fans to put together their own spread. Check the menu at Real Urban BBQ.
- Om west Division Street in Wicker Park Smoke Daddy times are already taken after 2 p.m. To see the menu, order and snag a time visit Smoke Daddy
- In Jefferson Park, put together a yummy BBQ spread by visiting Earl’s.
- For great BBQ in the West Town neighborhood check Lillie’s on Ashland in the District Brew Yards.
- Bub City downtown on Clark Street and on Park Place in Rosemont is doing babyh back ribs, chicken wings and KC beef burnt ends for game day packages. See all about it at BubCity/events.
- At Crisp on Broadway in Lakeview, you can go for the great chicken wings or build your own package. Visit Crisp online Menu.
- At Gemini on Lincoln Avenue in Lincoln Park put together a spread of cheeseburger or pulled pork sliders for $18 and start it off with a homemade dip with dippers or the pueblo chips with salsa and more at $16.
- M burger on East Huron, at Water Tower and in Aurora is doing a cheeseburgers, kettle fries and fixings package for 59.95
- Pizza, pizza pizza. If you live in the Chicago area you likely have your favorite pizza place. But it will also need to know what you want ahead of time. Our family goes for Lou Malnati’s because some of us love deep dish but others want thin crust. It has locations throughout the Chicago area.