Where To Get Wings In Memphis: Your Guide To Super Bowl 54
Super Bowl 54 is on February 2, 2020. Whether you’re going out or staying in on Super Bowl Sunday, here’s your guide to the big game’s food, drink, and festivities in Memphis.
We’re just getting started with the list and will be adding to it.
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Keep reading for a list of places to watch the Super Bowl in Memphis, Memphis Super Bowl parties, places that deliver in Memphis, and places for Memphis hot wings.
Super Bowl 54
San Francisco 49ers v. Kansas City Chiefs
5:30 p.m. CST on FOX
1. Where To Watch The Super Bowl In Memphis: places doing specials and parties.
– The Hi-Tone is once again showing the game on TV and raffling off a Crock Pot full of meatballs at halftime. The “event” starts at 5 p.m.
– Celtic Crossing hosts a Superb Owl Party with $10 beer buckets, $2 off apps, and $4 Slane shots, plus chili and wings.
– High Point Pub always hosts an annual Super Bowl Sunday Funday (this will be the 28th year).
– Horseshoe Tunica hosts a Super Bowl LIV Party inside the Bluesville bar. Doors at 3 p.m.
– Mr. P’s on Hacks Cros will host a Super Bowl Party. Looks like you’ll need a table reservation.
– Mississippi Ale House in Olive Branch will host a Big Game Potluck, so bring a dish to share, play Big Game Bingo, and enjoy their food and local brews.
– Picasso’s on Macon Road will host a Super Bowl party with a $5 admission. Food and drink specials, DJs, door prizes, and more.
Here are some other places to watch, in no particular order. Let me know your favorite spots and I’ll add them to the list.
Max’s Sports Bar
Aldo’s Pizza Pies
Slider Inn Downtown
The Edge / Crosstown / Evergreen
High Cotton Taproom
Young Avenue Deli
Local on the Square
The Second Line
East Memphis + ‘burbs:
Kooky Canuck Cordova
Flying Saucer Cordova
Mr. P’s Buffalo Wings
Let It Fly
The Skybox Grill
Tony’s Trophy Room
2. What To Eat: where to get hot wings or order delivery
Super Bowl = Food = Hot Wings for many people. Here are some (but not all) of the best places in Memphis to get them, in no particular order. Below that is a short list of great places that deliver.
Places That Deliver/Cater: plan ahead and call early. Individual restaurants may have geographic delivery restrictions. It might be worth calling places days ahead of time to find out individual establishments’ ordering and delivery policies due to high demand.
– Aldo’s Pizza (downtown and midtown locations deliver to their neighborhoods, respectively)
– Bardog (downtown only)
– Cozy Corner is doing pre-orders for catering while supplies last and will be open 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday. Pre-orders only! Call 901-527-9158 for details and orders.
– Little Italy
– Jet’s Pizza
– New Wing Order food truck has specials on bulk orders and they’re doing PRE-ORDERS before February 2nd or pickup.They’ll deliver for an extra fee. All the details here.
– Restaurant Iris has a “Big Game” take home menu that you can order ahead of time. Details here.
– Young Ave. Deli (Cooper Young area only)
– Westy’s Downtown + Westy’s Express Midtown (downtown + midtown only)
Of course, we have UberEats and BiteSquad, too. I’ve had good experiences with both. I’ve had less great experiences with DoorDash and they seem to have mostly chains and fast food, but nothing to make me not want to try them again.
3. Other Places/Things That Might Be Helpful For Your Super Bowl Sunday Consumption Needs
– Cash Saver is helpful for their cheap beer selection and growler filling station.
– Don’t forget Fresh Market, Whole Foods, and Kroger for prepared foods.