3 Local Foodie Spots That Can Make Your Super Bowl Party Stand Out
Hosting a Super Bowl party this year? Having a key food and drink lineup is essential for the big game. Here are three St. Louis spots that can help give you a stress-free and delicious spread at your watch party.
To satisfy the sweet and savory cravings, The Cup is releasing its famous maple bacon cupcake a few days early, just in time for the big game. Toasted pecans suspended in a maple cake covered with maple brown sugar frosting, toasted pecans, brown sugar and in-house pecan-wood smoked bacon make a perfect sweet and salty treat. Be sure call or order online in advance and pick up by Saturday, as the bakery will be closed on Sunday. 28 Maryland Plaza Rear, Central West End, 314.367.6111 or 1590 Clarkson Road, Chesterfield, 636.536.2287
Newer Maplewood hotspot Bolyard’s Meat and Provisions has quickly become a go-to for great locally sourced meats and sauces, all made in-house. Consider one of the most popular sausages of the shop—the bratwurst. Their brats come in natural casings and are made from pasture-raised Hertiage Berkshire Pork from Animal Welfare Approved farm Circle B Ranch in Seymour, Missouri. Also try the smoked chicken wings from Buttonwood Farms pasture-raised chickens that are dry-rubbed for 24 hours with a mix of garlic, onion, paprika and cumin then hot-smoked. To top off sandwiches, sausages, wings and more, the beer mustard made with Schlafly Kolsch is a must-try. Other items good for game day include pulled pork, hot dogs and wing sauce. Call in to make your pre-order today. 2810 Sutton Blvd., Maplewood, 314.647.2567
You’ll probably be needing extra snacks and booze to complete the party spread. Fields Foods can cover all the bases. In the prepared foods section, find a self-serve hot wings and appetizer bar, two- and three-foot sandwiches and a selection of homemade dips. The catering menu is also available for those looking to personalize their parties. 1500 Lafayette Ave., Lafayette Square, 314.241.3276