9 NYC Restaurants That Will Cater the Game-Day Feast of Your Dreams

These spots will keep you and your crew well fed all season long.

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  • HOT DOG SPREAD FROM BARK


What you get: Choice of meat and veggie hot dogs, pans of American classics like chicken pot pie, beer and wine.
How much does it cost? Price varies depending upon order.
How do you get it? Email events@barkhotdogs.com(Photo: Flickr)
  • FOOTBALL SEASON MENU AT PARM


What you get: Choice of 2 sandwich trays (10 rolls each), choice of vegetable tray, Sunday salad tray, house made mozzarella tray, choice of 20 sodas or whole coffee cake. Serves 15-20.
How much does it cost? $400 
How do you get it? Email party@parmnyc.com(Photo: Flickr)
  • WONDERLAND'S GUAC & ROLL


What you get: "Guac & Roll artist" who will come over and serve chips with made-to-order and guacamole. Made with avocado, plum tomatoes, sea salt, lime, cilantro, and peppers.
How much does it cost? $11/person. $330 minimum order. 
How do you get it? Visit CaterCow(Photo: Flickr)
  • BO SSÄM FROM MOMOFUKU


What you get: Whole slow cooked pork shoulder, dozen oysters, white rice, Bibb lettuce, ssäm sauce, kimchi, and ginger scallion sauce
How much does it cost? $200, not including tax and tip
How do you get it? Visit Momofuku's Reservation Form(Photo: Flickr)
  • HANDMADE PRETZELS FROM SIGMUND'S


What you get: 20 soft handrolled pretzels in 6 flavors (feta-olive, salted, cinnamon raisin, truffle-cheddar, garlic-parsley, everything), choice of two 12oz jars of dips (wholegrain mustard, honey mustard, beet-horseradish, Nutella). Serves 10.
How much does it cost? $90 
How do you get it? Visit CaterCow
(Photo: Flickr)
  • BBQ SPREAD FROM BROTHER JIMMY'S


What you get: Choice of one starter (BBQ Wings, House Salad, Wedge), two main courses (ribs, BBQ chicken, smoked tofu, sliced brisket), two sides (cole slaw, potato salad, etc.), one dessert (pecan pie, apple crumb pie)

How much does it cost? $25/person

How do you get it? Visit Brother Jimmy's Reservation Form (Photo: Flickr)
  • S'MAC 'PARTAY!' SIZE MAC 'N' CHEESE


What you get: Trays of mac and cheese in any of S'MAC's signature flavors, including Cheeseburger, Cajun, Parisienne, and All-American. Each pan serves 8-12.
How much does it cost? $33-$47 per pan
How do you get it? Visit S'MAC Online(Photo: Flickr)
  • FOOTBALL MENU FROM MANCHESTER PUB


What you get: Eight wings per person with choice of sauce, one Hawg Wing per sperson, platter of New York-style soft pretzels, platter of carrots and celery
How much does it cost?  $18/person. &72 minimum order.
How do you get it? Visit CaterCow (Photo: Flickr)
  • MANGANERO'S HERO BOY PACKAGE


What you get: Large bowls of pasta primavera, mesclun salad, and potato chips. four-foot hero with in American, Italian, or grilled vegetable and mozzarella. Serves 20-25.
How much does it cost? $260
How do you get it? Visit Manganero's(Photo: Flickr)

Brace yourself, America—football season is upon us. Yesterday marked the beginning of NFL Week 1, which means your mind is probably fixated on two things, and two things only: your favorite team and your favorite game day grub. If you are anticipating a season full of lazy Sunday afternoons with some pints, some friends, and a bunch of delicious food, we have you covered. From chicken-parm subs to mac ‘n’ cheese, we have scouted out the best, the spiciest, and the cheesiest of game-day catering options in New York City.

For your next game-day bro-stravaganza, get one of these NYC spots to cater the party.

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