Super Bowl Party Food

by admin on January 28, 2013

in Tyler Businesses

They say just as many people buy food on Super Bowl Sunday than on any other day of the year. OK, I’m honestly not sure if I made that up or not but it’s probably true. For years I’ve been saying we should make Super Bowl Sunday an official holiday. In fact, schools and businesses should be off the next day but let’s just take one step at a time.
If you’re hosting a Super Bowl party, the best way for it to be successful is simply to get the best food.

I personally prefer to attend Super Bowl parties with just a few people who are all football fans. Usually Super Bowls parties have two different types of people. One type is there for the Super Bowl; the game itself which brings everyone together in the first place. The second type is the type of people who want just want to socialize, turn up the commercials and turn down the game so they can hear each other talk about relationships and Hollywood gossip. Quite frankly, I won’t be watching the Super Bowl with that second type and yes, I plan to have high quality food regardless of where I go.

The Super Bowl is a great opportunity to go all out when it comes to food. If you’re on a diet, there’s no shame in breaking it during the game. Dig into the wings and pizza and wash it down with a cold beer. Tyler allows that now as you well know. Besides, what better occasion for a cold one than watching the 49ers win their sixth Super Bowl or hearing about how Ray Lewis is riding off into the sunset?

Having said that; Tyler is full of places with great food for the Super Bowl. Swing by Little Ceasar’s and get a Hot and Ready pizza for $5 where you can also get some wings. Wings are the perfect food for the game and they can be found at several locations, with places like Wing Stop (The spokesperson won a few Super Bowls himself) and Buffalo Wild Wings, just to name a couple.

Of course, you can never go wrong with Barbeque. Again, there’s no better time to throw some burgers, hot dogs or steaks on the grill than this game.

I’ve lived in several towns in Texas and I’ve realized how easy it is to take for granted the things Tyler has to offer that other cities and towns don’t. Not every town has the luxury of going to pick up high quality wings, beer, pizza and Barbeque. Oh, a six-foot sub sounds pretty darn awesome too. The choices are endless.

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