Still need a place to crash on Sunday? Raya has a list of her six favorite Super Bowl watch parties in Dallas. Travis Awalt also has an amazing recipe for Sriracha buffalo wings, so you should be all set for good football watching (unless you don’t enjoy chicken wings like Nancy). If you still need a place to cater all your appetizer and entree needs, take the jump below and find a list of willing restaurants.
Nosh has fresh black winter truffles from Perigod, France this weekend. They come in apps, main courses, and other tasting menu selections. Won-deer-ful.
At 7 p.m., Ser is hosting a Masami kobe beef dinner with five courses and wine pairings. The event is priced at $150 per person, and you get to try some fantastic slices of Wagyu beef prepared by chef Anthony Van Camp. all 214-761-7470 to make a reservation.
Lorenzo Polegri is a James Beard award-winning chef. Lorenzo Polegri comes from Italy. Lorenzo Polegri will also be in Dallas this weekend, serving really delicious food at the 2013 James Beard Foundation Dinner at My Private Chef (2901 Elm Street). Imagine seven courses of Estrucan dishes paired with Umbrian wines, and you’ve got yourself a good deal for $125 per person. (The cost also includes a copy of Polegri’s newest cookbook, The Etruscan Chef.) To reserve your spot, make reservations via email firstname.lastname@example.org or via text 469.441.9394. Hurry! You can only get seats at 5:30 p.m.
Del Frisco’s Grille has eight big screen TVs and $7 select appetizers, $4 draft beers,$5 Honey Badger shots, $5 select wines, and $7 martinis. You can also to-go appetizers and entrees if you’re wishing to host your own party.
Woodfire Kirby’s is going to have half-priced drinks and a Bloody Mary bar all day. Private rooms (up to 48 people) are available.