Six Charleston spots offering dine-in + takeout options for the Super Bowl

Don’t want to cook, no problem. Here are six places to enjoy food for the Super Bowl.

Super Bowl food — Chips and dip, deviled eggs, cans of beers

Finger food are important for the Big Game.

Photo provided by Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint

The Super Bowl is just around the corner on Sunday, Feb. 11, and we’re rounding up six restaurants with take-out + dine-in options for the big game. Pro tip: Be sure to also check out our 12 places to watch football around town.

Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint, 1622 Highland Ave.

Martin’s offers catering options such as bulk smoked meats, smoked wings, finger foods, and desserts. Pick-up is Sunday, Feb. 11, from 11 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Kickin’ Chicken, Multiple locations

For dining in, Kickin’ Chicken is offering $4 Miller Lite Drafts, $18 buckets of Miller Lite, Coors Light, and Miller High Life, and $20 buckets of Corona, Corona Light, and Pacifico.

For pick-up, they offer a tailgate package with 24 wings, 30 nuggets with sides, and a drink for $69.99.

Farm Haus, 604 Coleman Blvd., Mount Pleasant

This spot offers Big Game catering with platters like wings, ribs, sausage and pretzel bites, veggie options, and don’t forget the banana pudding. Orders must be placed by Friday, Feb. 9, and pick-ups are on Sunday, Feb. 11.

Wings and celery

Wings, please.

Photo provided by Rancho Lewis

Rancho Lewis, 1503 King St.

If you dine in, there is a special for $18 wings at the bar that includes one dozen wings with the choice of chipotle lime or fire-roasted green Chile.

If you want to pre-order for pick up, there’s the wing party with 24 chipotle lime wins, 24 fire-roasted green Chile wings, and the touchdown trio with chips + roja, guacamole, and queso.Pro tip: Place your order by Friday, Feb. 9

Lewis Barbecue, 464 N. Nassau St.

This barbecue eatery offers packages available for pick-up or shipping to your door. Football fans can cater the “Meat the Champion” for $250, which feeds up to 12 and includes chopped brisket and pulled pork, among other options. The other option is to get the “BBQ Touchdown” shipped to your door.

Meeting at Market (The Charleston Place), 205 Meeting St.

This watch party takes care of the cooking while you enjoy the game. Menu highlights include wings, dip, loaded fries, truffle popcorn, and fish tacos. The entry price is $50. Seating is limited, so make your reservation.

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