Are you ready for some football? This weekend, The Big Game, along with everyone's favorite advertisements, are back and we're excited for all the festivities. To get into the spirit, we're throwing on our classic Football Fan Wear Socks and diving into the dishes that make these team's cities unique.
Home of the 49ers, San Francisco is a diverse scene packed with lots of delectable options. With help from Eater, we’ve compiled a list of iconic “SF” eateries and businesses that have the perfect snacks for The Big Game.
An easy appetizer that everyone is bound to love is the classic Boudin Bakery sourdough bread. Slice up a loaf to serve with your favorite dips or get their clam chowder for another layer of flavor. You won’t regret it!
Anchor Steam Brewery
Wash down your food with a growler of beer from Anchor Steam Brewery, a historic SF brewery that’s been around since 1896. Located in Potrero Hill, this brewery is best known for their selection of craft beers, specifically lagers. Take one of their beers on tap to-go in a growler or pick up a six-pack to bring to your football party.
Not only is this lovable town packed with Chiefs fans, but it’s also packed with mouthwatering southern flavors. To help curate our list of treats for The Big Game, we turned to Visit KC for recommendations.
Joe’s Kansas City Bar-B-Que
Though best enjoyed fresh, the selection of dishes at Joe’s Kansas City Bar-B-Que is great anytime of the day. In fact, the popular Z-Man Sandwich, layers of sliced smoked brisket, smoked provolone cheese, and two fried onion rings between a split Kaiser roll, is a Kansas City barbecue staple. Call ahead with your order to save time and avoid the wait.
A highly coveted spot, Fervere cranks out fresh bread daily. They’re known for their Cheese Slipper, a scrumptious bread filled with an assortment of cheeses and olive oil. Of course, you can never go wrong picking up a baguette or other sweet treats. Arrive early for pick up, before they sell out!
Don’t forget to wear your lucky football socks, jersey, or other superstitious gear. Whether you’re a 49ers or Chiefs fan, may the best team win!