Where to Eat: Super Bowl Dinners and Restaurant Specials
Fourth down? Forget it — here are four courses (and then some) that’ll have you doing a touchdown dance
The only time the Cowboys appear in Super Bowl XLVIII: in the form of a Cowboy Rib-Eye, on Peter Kelly’s four-course menu
Besides football, everybody knows the best part about Super Bowl weekend is the food. Feast on something delicious at these local restaurants that are serving Super Bowl courses.
What better way to kick off a day of feasting than with brunch at Rogowski Farm in Pine Island? Chef Heather cooks up eggs, breakfast burritos, and bacon — all made with home-grown produce. Take home snacks to share (or keep to yourself) during the game. 341 Glenwood Rd., Pine Island. 845-258-4574; www.rogowskifarm.com
The Castle Inn & Spa in Tarrytown serves cocktails and hors d’oeuvres in its Tapestry Lounge. The “East meets West” menu spotlights dishes from across the globe; available throughout the game, it kicks off at 4 p.m. Seats are limited; reservations required. 400 Benedict Ave., Tarrytown. 914-631-3646; www.castlehotelandspa.com
Chef Peter Kelly treats football-loving foodies to a four-course, $125 dinner at his establishments on both sides of the Hudson (X2O in Yonkers and Restaurant X in Congers). “The Pre-Game Warm-Up” first course features a sushi bar (Yonkers) or raw oyster bar (Congers), chicken wings in Roquefort dip, beer batter shrrimp, and prosciutto and fontina panini. Slow things down at “The Line of Scrimmage” and snack on truffled popcorn and garlic chips. For “The Red Zone” main course, choose from everything from rib-eye and king salmon to tortellini and cold antipasto. Finally, celebrate your team’s sweet victory with “The End Zone” dessert course — all while keeping an eye on the game from the restaurants’ many HD TVs. View the full menu here; reservations required.
X2O. 71 Water Grant St., Yonkers. 914-965-1111; www.xaviars.com
Restaurant X. 117 N. Rte. 303, Congers. 845-268-6555