For hundreds of millions of people around the world, the Super Bowl is the biggest event of the year. If fans are not at the event to see it live, they are gathered in their favourite bars and restaurants or they get together at home to watch the game and of course the halftime show. Here are our picks for keeping hydrated and well fed during the game whether you are in or out!

Staying In

Comptoir 21

unspecifiedfootball-flyer_vertWith five locations in Montreal, Comptoir 21 is growing into one of Montreal’s best fish-n-chip counters. For those watching the Super Bowl at home Comptoir 21 has a great menu that includes fish nuggets, calamari, fries and much more. Delivery is free and it only costs $15 per person.

Foodora

foodora-logo_foodoraunnamedGetting great food delivered to your door has never been easier. Foodora is an excellent new delivery service that has partnered with a bunch of excellent restaurants around the city (including some of our favourites like L’Gros Luxe and Chez Jerry). You can download the Foodora app to your smartphone or you can go online at foodora.ca to plan your Super Bowl Sunday menu.

Going Out

Fitzroy

unspecified-2The Fitzroy is a sprawling sports bar on the Plateau that’s perfect for events like the Super Bowl. This year the guys have planned a great menu and a few surprises exclusively for Super Bowl Sunday. For either $30 or $40 dollars (depending on if you want to grab a seat or not) you have access to a brunch starting at 1:00pm while watching the Canadiens go up against the Oilers, a pint or two of Budweiser, a Super Bowl buffet, access to the points contest and more. Check out the Facebook event here for more!

Général Sherman

unspecified-3If you’re on the North Shore and you don’t want to stray too far from home, Général Sherman proposes you pay them a visit on Super Bowl Sunday for access to the Canadiens game, a brunch, snacks, beer and a buffet all day long starting at 1:00. Get all your details right here!