So, the Conference Championship games are over, and we can all rest easy for these next two weeks until the Super Bowl. Â We’re going to just wait until we see Manning and the Colts take on Brees and the Saints in Miami. Â But, wait! Â Just because the 49ers (or the Raiders) will not be participating, doesn’t mean we’re not going to have our own Super Bowl Parties. Â That’s where we come along. Â Face it, not all of us have the time to fry a bunch of chicken, make our own 7-layer dips, and grill some burgers. Â Over the next two weeks, we’ll list out a few restaurants to order some good eats for your Super Bowl party.
Let’s start with some Chicken Wings! Â We decided to steer away from the normal Chain Fried Chicken and give you some options for something different.
San Tung or SO
Dry Fried Chicken (aka So Wings)
Fried Chicken pieces smothered in a Spicy Sweet Garlic Sauce will keep your mouth watering throughout the game. Â San Tung charges $9 per order which feeds roughly 2-3 people. Â SO charges $6 per order which feeds 1-2 people. Â I paid SO a visit today and it seems like the most orders they have done is 150 pieces, so don’t worry, it can be done. Â Ask for the owner James to see if there is a special rate.
1031 Irving St.
San Francisco, CA 94122
1010 Bryant St
San Francisco,Â CAÂ 94103
I’ve been doing a lot of research for the best Buffalo Wings in San Francisco. Â According to everyone and their hot wing suckin’ daddies Double Decker has been hands down the best. Â What’s great is that Double Decker’s will deliver your wings to you for free. Â 50 Buffalo Wings order for $30, your choice of Mild, Hot or Inferno!
465 Grove Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
New Golden Daisy
Salt and Pepper Chicken Wings
When ordering a large order of chicken wings for a party, I usually think of ordering Salt and Pepper Chicken Wings from a Chinese restaurant. Â Ask any Chinese family where the best S&P Chicken Wings are and they’ll more or less point you to this little joint in Chinatown. Â How can you beat the awesome price of $3.30 per pound.