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  • Writer's pictureMary Ann

Nashville What are Your Plans for Super Bowl Sunday?

Whether you want to stay at home or head out for the night, let Martin’s Bar-B-Que do the cooking for you on Super Bowl Sunday. With easy online ordering (and delivery!), catering is a breeze for any party no matter the size, and the locations Downtown, in Midtown, and Belmont are the perfect spots to settle in to watch the game. If you are looking for some other food options in Nashville, here is a list that have great selections!  

Martin’s Catering

Current specials: Martin’s is offering $10 delivery through February with 48-hours notice 

Regardless of the size or style of the event, Martin’s can provide a delicious scratch-made BBQ meal. Whole hogs are part of the show for parties of 250 or more and we can bring a smoker for virtually any size party. Martin's can also bring all the fixin’s from sides to sweets to sweet tea, so you can focus on welcoming guests and having a great time at your event. Maybe you’re just having some company at home and need a little help with the meals. Whether you’re looking for smoked meats, sides or desserts, Martin’s is happy to help and offer convenient pick-up or drop-off delivery. A minimum of 48 hours notice for deliveries and two weeks notice are required for full service events.

Martin’s Downtown Nashville (410 4th Ave South), Martin’s Midtown (2400 Elliston Pl), or Martin’s Belmont (3108 Belmont Blvd)

Rooted in the tradition of West Tennessee whole-hog barbecue, Martin’s was founded in 2006 in Nolensville, TN by Pitmaster Pat Martin. Known for low-and-slow cooked barbecue and genuine Southern hospitality, the brand has grown its presence in Tennessee to include six joints around the state, as well as expanded with locations in James Island, SC, Louisville, KY, and Birmingham, AL. At Martin’s, a fresh hog goes on the pit each and every day, resulting in barbecue that is just as fresh as it is delicious. Menu standouts include the Pulled Pork Sandwich topped with slaw; Redneck Tacos, a cornbread hoecake topped with pulled pork, slaw and sauce; Smoked Chicken Wings tossed in Martin’s Alabama White Sauce; and the Sliced Brisket Tray, featuring juicy brisket served with two scratch-made sides. In addition to the barbecue and grill offerings, Southern-style sides like Broccoli Salad and Mac & Cheese, as well as desserts such as Coconut Cake and Pecan and Fudge Pies, are guided by timeless family recipes and made fresh daily. 

‘za (2005 Belcourt Ave)

‘za is a wood-fired pizza restaurant with handcrafted pies with locally sourced, Southern ingredients by Karl and Sarah Worley of Nashville’s brunch staple Biscuit Love. Inspired by a recent trip to Italy, the Worleys discovered that pizza—just like biscuits—brings everyone to the table. Karl, who leads at the culinary helm, saw obvious parallels between Italian and the Southern American food culture so close to his heart, and ‘za was born from this inspiration to merge the two to create a new dining experience for Nashville. At the heart of Nashville’s Hillsboro Village neighborhood, ‘za offers a fast-casual experience. Guests will begin by ordering from a menu of 12-inch pies at the counter with the option to “take out or hang out.” Family-style tables made by local craftsmen, Novel Woodworks, offer communal dining, and the space is clean and modern, utilizing elements such as subway tiles and light maple wood, a color palette of deep red, off-white, and charcoal, and a custom Italian-made pizza oven.

Hugh-Baby’s BBQ & Burger Shop – Nashville (Charlotte Ave, West End Ave, Berry Hill, East Nashville)

Hugh-Baby’s BBQ & Burger Shop in Nashville is a fast-food concept by pitmaster Pat Martin offering excellent service, no-fuss Southern hospitality, quality ingredients, and a back-to-basics menu of burgers made from beef ground in-house, slow-smoked barbecue, the Corinth, MS, infamous “slug burger,” a depression-era favorite, and hand-spun milkshakes. Hugh-Baby’s throws back to a time when things were as simple as they could be. A time when even the smallest things were well-made with deliberate attention and care. When, just because something was to be simply enjoyed, you didn’t throw craftsmanship and dedication out the window. There are currently four locations of Hugh Baby’s throughout the Nashville area. View catering options here.

Yada on Franklin (Clarksville)

OPEN FOR SUPER BOWL SUNDAY! Enjoy Buckets of beer, the ultimate sharing plate package for 4, pizza, wings and a few other delicious things! Set menu. Bar area is reservation only and cafe is open seating (reservations are not required). Private event space available if you’re interested in your own viewing party. You can DM or email to book. 

Chef’s Market (Goodlettsville)

Chef’s signature spinach con queso with homemade tortilla chips are always a party favorite and sure to be the Super Bowl winner this year! Saturday pickup available with heating instructions as Chef’s Market is closed on Sundays. Spinach con queso with chips is priced at $23.99 to serve 12-15 and $95.99 to serve 50-60. These can also be purchased ala carte with chips available for $12/bag or a quart of spinach con queso for $12.

Proscuitto and Basil, Ashley Hylbert

Five Points Pizza

Who doesn’t love pizza while watching football? Five Points Pizza will have the game on at both shops (1012 Woodland in East Nashville and 4100 Charlotte Ave. on the West side) with carry out available by calling either shop, ordering online through, or ordering through the Five Points Pizza mobile app. Pizza on demand for the win!

Photo Credit: Tim Williams

This Superbowl Sunday, Mane & Rye Dinerant the restaurant inside the iconic music row Hutton hotel is offering your favorite footballs foods. Pre-game with brunch specials inspired by San Francisco and Kansas City staples and enjoy live music leading up to game time. Keep the fun flowing through the game as we see if Patrick Mahomes can defeat the 49ers number one ranked defense!

Specials include: 

Joes Special Scramble spinach, mushrooms, ground beef, grilled sourdough  Kansas City Waffle cornbread waffle, smoked pulled pork, fried egg, Kansas City BBQ maple syrup

Reservations can be made via OpenTable or by calling Mane & Rye Dinerant directly at 615.340.9333. 

Photo Credit: Dream Nashville

Dream Nashville's Snitch and Stateside Kitchen

If you’re looking to catch the game in style this Sunday, we’ve got you covered. Dream Nashville will be showing the 2020 Super Bowl at two of their onsite venues:

Doors open at 4 pm, no cost of entry.

Food: Menu items will include tacos, burgers, flatbreads, nachos and fries. 

Super Bowl LIV will be playing on all screens. 

Photo Credit: Dream Nashville

Standard hours: 7 AM- 10 PM

Food: Standard dinner menu will be available for purchase. Golden Hour specials will be extended for the game including $5 cocktails and select wines and an array of light bites such as the Warm Crab Dip and Spicy Tuna Roll. 

Super Bowl LIV will be playing on all screens.


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