Super Bowl Eats


Hard to believe “The Big Game” is already here. Whether you’re a Los Angeles Rams or New England Patriots fan, all football fans have plentiful options this Sunday for their fan food fix. Restaurants and grocers around town are prepared to feed your crew so you can focus on the football. We’ve rounded up a list of some of the best food and drink specials for the Super Bowl.

Jackson Whole Grocer is ready to feed your at-home viewing parties. Choose from six different kinds of wings off their hot bar. Dips in the prepared foods department will be on sale, and throughout the store, look for deals on MVPs (most valuable products). The Whole Grocer wants to make sure “your food is as good as the game.”

tillWest Brewery & Grill

Fan food by StillWest Brewery & Grill

Every seat at Hole Bowl is reservable this Sunday: couches, tables, bar stools and bowling lanes. Just call 307-201-5426. With plenty of food and drink specials, Hole Bowl is bound to be a prime viewing location for the game. Enjoy $15 pitchers of beer, $6 Jager bombs, $6 adult Dr. Pepper bombs, $5 white Russians, $5 peanut butter and jelly shots, and $16 lobster rolls while they last. For added interest, there will be multiple spin to win prizes.

Class up your viewing party with takeaway food from Calico. Beyond the pizza and pasta menus, think of their selection of appetizers, salads and desserts. Smaller groups can place their takeout order by 3 p.m. on Sunday to pickup for kick-off. Larger groups can make catering inquiries by calling 307-733-2460.

calico wings

Add wings to your to-go order from Calico

End your day of skiing at Hayden’s Posts’ Super Bowl Sunday party. They’ve got five big screen televisions for your viewing pleasure. Fill up on a $14 super nacho platter, $11 16″ pizza, $5 Super Bowl dip and $5 pitchers of PBR. Throughout the game, take part in the Hayden’s Post prize raffle, with skis, snowboards and Snow King Mountain lift tickets up for grabs.

Bovine & Swine has teamed up with Roadhouse Brewing Co. to offer Super Bowl fans a Super Bowl Package. Get eight Roadhouse Brewing Co. beers, two dozen wings and eight Bovine & Swine sausages for just $45. Place your order through Thursday, January 31 by calling 307-734-0201 or emailing A select number of these packages will also be available in the retail areas of Bin22 and Bodega starting on Friday. Roadhouse Pub & Eatery is offering a second to-go order deal: place a to-go food order of more than $50 and receive a free crowler fill of your choice at the Pub Shop. Place your order by calling 307-739-0700.


The Super Bowl Package from Roadhouse Brewing Co. and Bovine & Swine

The Roadhouse Pub & Eatery is also a prime viewing spot for the Big Game. In addition to their convenient Town Square location, they’ll keep you fed and hydrated with food and beer specials. Food specials will highlight both teams’ regional specialties (think tacos and clam chowder). In the Super Brew Special, choose your allegiance by ordering either the Mountain Jam Vol. 3 or the Wilson IPA for just $5 per pint all day. The beer with the most pints sold will be crowned the champion.

Choose your team wisely while viewing the game at StillWest Brewery & Grill, because if your team is ahead at halftime you get a free beer. Other specials include BBQ pulled pork nachos and a beer for $10 or wings and a beer for $10. Now that’s fan food.

In Moran, Turpin Meadow Ranch is hosting a Turpin Tailgate Party on Sunday. Beginning at 3 p.m., this party will feature a tailgate buffet, drink specials, games, prizes and prime Teton views (weather permitting). $25 per person gets you a buffet dinner and snacks. The game will be aired on multiple big screen TVs.


Wash down wings with a brew from Snake River Brewing

You can bet all the flat screens, upstairs and downstairs, at Snake River Brewing will be tuned into the game on Sunday. With plenty of tables and multiple bars, Snake River Brewing is a great viewing place for groups of all sizes. Their classic buffalo wings will be on special, and you can wash them down with a $10 pitcher of one of their tap beers or a $7 John Daly, bloody Mary or vodka hop water. Prior to Sunday, stop in and purchase one of their $50 football squares. Payouts are $1,000 at half-time and $4,000 for the final score.

Up at The Granary Restaurant at Spring Creek Ranch, Super Bowl Sunday will feature an all day happy hour. Enjoy $3 Budweisers and Bud Light, $5 micro brews and imported beers, $5 well drinks and $5 Austrian boilermaker (Spaten and Schnapps). House cocktails like the S & S Margarita, Kentucky mule and Great Greyhound will be just $6. Order a shareable appetizer plate for the table for $24.


About Author

Raised in the land of casseroles and deep fried cheese curds, Sam Simma left rural Wisconsin for the mountains of Wyoming in summer 2012. Her appetite for adventure is the only thing that rivals her passion for food. She has always used writing to document and critique her travel and dining experiences. Her warmest memories among family and friends have been associated with the food that was at the center of the occasion. From staging cooking shows with siblings to perfecting turtle brownies with her dad, today Sam enjoys connecting people over food by hosting cookie decorating parties, wine pairing nights, and Midwest-inspired potlucks. A dessert fanatic, she has come to impress friends and family with key lime pies, Oreo bon bons, and Snickers ice cream cakes that are far simpler than they could ever imagine. Shhh! Don’t tell.

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