Get your Super Bowl party food at these CT restaurants

Now that the teams are ready for Super Bowl 56, it’s time to start thinking about snacks. These Connecticut restaurants and caterers have all the wings, nachos, pizzas, sliders and drinks you need for the big game.

Taverne J. Timothy in Plainville opens its Super Bowl by ordering on February 1. The restaurant offers buckets of wings (35-40 pieces). A “cold wing pack”, with sauce on the side, is suggested for easy reheating at home. Other takeout options include a giant pretzel with cheddar beer soup and honey mustard, as well as nacho and guacamole kits. Pre-orders will be taken by phone only at 860-747-6813.

Eli Cannon in Middletown offers several Super Bowl food packages, with options such as wings, jalapeño peppers, Buffalo chicken and spinach artichoke dips, chili, salads and nachos. Packages range from $30 to $225. 860-347-3547.

Dew Drop Inn in Derby takes orders for its wings, with over 100 sauces and dry seasonings (and counting). Call 203-735-7757.

Jason Pfalzgraf, of Milford, samples Mango BBQ Wings from the Dew Drop Inn, Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015, during the 3rd Annual Hoptoberfest Craft Beer and Wing Festival at the Shelton Riverwalk.

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BRYAC Black Rock in Bridgeport takes orders for his wings, in flavors like Buffalo, BBQ, Sweet Sesame, Honey Mustard, Garlic Buffalo, BBQ Bourbon and Jerry Teri. 203-522-4777.

Walrus Alley in Westport features Super Bowl specialties including smoked wings in flavors such as chipotle honey, Alabama white sauce, walrus barbecue, dry jerk rub and Tennessee hot sauce. Other options include chili mac, sliders (beer brats, pulled pork or fried chicken), nachos cheeze whiz with chili beef and smoked buffalo dip. A $170 package includes two dozen wings, a chili mac, nachos, and bison dip. Place your orders at [email protected] or by phone at 203-333-2733.

Blind Rhino in Norwalk and Black Rock offers a Super Bowl menu with wings in quantities of 50, 75 or 100 (with and without bone), appetizers like pretzel bites, sliders and skewers; sandwiches, tacos, entrees, salads and snacks.

Geronimo Tequila Bar and Southwest Grill, in Fairfield and New Haven, will be giving away a special $75 package, including a pint of guacamole, homemade salsa, buffalo chili, and big cheese nachos, plus a special build-your-own taco kit (makes 20 tacos with all the accompaniments). Prices for taco kits range from $95 to $120. Optional add-ons include fried chicken wings ($15/dozen), half a platter of macaroni and cheese ($50), and a mini margarita kit ($50). The restaurant also offers 25% discount on packs of 6 beers to take away.

Super Bowl specials must be pre-ordered 24 hours in advance by calling the restaurant: Fairfield (203-955-1643) or New Haven (203-777-7700).

Camacho Garage in New Haven offers a special package for $125, including a totopo kit (homemade salsa and tostadas), a quart of guacamole, 16 tamarind wings, a rack of ribs with tomatillo salsa, a quesadilla birria, rice and beans and 12 churros. Add a mini margarita kit for $50. The restaurant also offers 25% discount on packs of 6 beers to take away. Super Bowl specials must be pre-ordered 24 hours in advance by calling the restaurant at 203-691-1969.

Birria Tacos at Camacho Garage

Birria Tacos at Camacho Garage

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Nikki’s beach house in Stratford offers dine-in and take-out specialties including mozzarella sticks, wings, gorgonzola bread, fried macaroni and cheese balls, chili, nachos, and quesadillas. Party pizzas start at $18.99.

Judy’s Bar & Kitchen in Stamford offers a game day menu with chili, wings, brisket, pulled pork, barbecue chicken, St. Louis ribs, take-out nachos, southern fried buttermilk chicken tenders and sides like mac and cheese, collard greens and baked beans.

The bear smokehousewith locations in Hartford, New Haven, South Windsor and Windsor, offers a $75 Super Bowl package with “moink balls” (smoked meatballs wrapped in bacon), rack of ribs, one pound of pork or chicken shredded, a dozen rolls and choice of three pint sides.

AT The Wheel at Stamford, Cisco Brewers is back with a pop-up tailgate and special bar menu, drink specials, and Cisco merchandise giveaways with the purchase of Cisco growlers. Drink specials include $5 Cisco canned cocktails and $20 Cisco pitchers.

Cursors, with locations in Berlin, Middletown, Plainville, Southington and Wallingford, offers wing packages in portions of 25 and 50 ($29.99 and $58.99). The wings are available with 25 sauce flavors and 10 dry pickles. Pre-orders strongly recommended; Sliders cannot take more orders when reservation books are full.

A sampling of Super Bowl snacks from Wood-n-Tap.

A sampling of Super Bowl snacks from Wood-n-Tap.

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Wood-n-Tap, with nine locations across Connecticut, offers a variety of take-out party platters ($39 to $89), including chicken wings, chicken tenderloins, beef or bison bites, “chicks of bass” and blackened chicken “softies” or soft pretzels served with honey Dijon sauce. Cocktail kits ($40 to $65), with ingredients to make 10 to 16 drinks, include an Old Fashioned “Tappy,” margaritas and sangrias in strawberry, pineapple and tiki flavors.

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