Getty Images

The Super Bowl LVII is just weeks away and if you’re planning to watch it at home, there’s one important thing you can’t forget: the food.

Whether you’re throwing a neighborhood Super Bowl party or watching Rihanna’s halftime show with close friends, you’ll want the Super Bowl snack staples: wings, hot dogs, pretzels and maybe even a juicy slider. And with higher food prices these days, going to the grocery store to stock up on these scrumptious meats might not be the best bang for your buck.

Meat delivery services are in high demand and for good reason. You can stock up on all the best cuts and varieties of meats at some of the most affordable prices. Subscription boxes that have all the freshest and premium-graded meats can be delivered straight to your doorstep, so you don’t even have to miss a minute.

With options in multiple sizes and price points, these meat delivery services promise quality, sustainable meats — so you never have to worry about cooking fatty, chewy, or just lackluster cuts. Plus, these butchers pride themselves on their relationships with their suppliers, so they’re all names you can trust. And with everything from expertly curated boxes to a la carte specialty meats available for purchase, these retailers leave no stone unturned. A few even have side dishes and desserts, so you can order your complete meal from one spot.

Below, shop all the best in meat delivery services to prepare for the biggest night in football.

Crowd Cow

Partnered with ethical farms around the world, Crowd Cow delivers high-quality, sustainable meats right to your door, no matter where you live. The company states they know each one of its producers, so you can feel good about loading up on all your favorite meats, poultry and seafood. You can order what you need a la carte, so there’s no pressure to sign up, but with your membership, you’ll get 5% off each delivery.

PRICES VARY

Good Chop

If you prefer seafood, Good Chop’s selection of wild-caught Alaskan Sockeye Salmon, Rockfish, Pacific Cod, shrimp and scallops are excellent for grilling. The boxes are 100% customizable and the seafood cuts contain zero antibiotics, additives, or coloring. Just choose between a large or medium box of high-quality meats to receive every four weeks.

STARTING AT $149

Omaha Steaks

This steak-delivery giant is famous for its variety of classic cuts, but it’s also delved into sides, desserts, and even wine. With gift basket options like custom assortments with added desserts, or boxes filled with wine and cheese, there’s something for everyone to enjoy (even the vegetarians). For the Super Bowl, Omaha Steaks is offering a Super Game Day Package with wings, ribs, Philly cheesesteak sirloin, battered shrimp, and more.

PRICES VARY

Rastelli’s

This family-owned business based in a small town in New Jersey offers crowd-friendly boxes at reasonable prices. With filet mignons starting at $16 and best-selling Faroe salmon filets for $35, all freezer sealed and packaged so they can last up to a year in your freezer, you’ll be totally set for the big game, through the summer months and beyond.

PRICES VARY

Porter Road

Created by two Nashville chefs, Porter Road is a butcher first and foremost. The service works first-hand with local farms to ensure perfectly cut pieces of meat arrive at your doorstep. Choose from five curated boxes, filled with a wide array of beef, pork, lamb and chicken, and add any a la carte items to round it out.

STARTING AT $128

Holy Grail Steak Co.

If steak or red meat is your main meat of choice, look no further than Holy Grail Steak Co. The beef company promises “steak nirvana” with any of its award-winning cuts. With offerings from pre-seasoned wagyu burgers to bone-in rib eyes, dry-aged steaks and everything in between, it’s a red meat-lovers paradise.

PRICES VARY

Farm Foods Market

Affordable is the name of the game with this farm-based retailer. The delivery service offers value boxes in seven different options, as well as cheaper cuts like liver, tongue and heart.

PRICES VARY

Snake River Farms

Fire up the grill with the help of the meat experts at Snake River Farms. The website not only offers premium cuts of all its most popular meats, but also tips on how to grill them to perfection each time. As a pioneer of American Wagyu, these ranchers are well-worth listening to.

STARTING AT $85

Wild Fork Foods

Nothing is off the table at Wild Fork Foods. The delivery service offers everything from tried and true staples of chicken, pork and beef to specialty selections like ostrich, goat, elk and boar. They even have curated sections for playoff picks, perfect for all your Super Bowl needs.

PRICES VARY

Debragga

If you’re looking for a splurge, look no further than Debraggas. The butcher provides fine, dry-aged steaks to nearly all the top steakhouses in New York, so you know they’re good. Plus, they offer tons of value boxes, so you can stay stocked up.

STARTING AT $90

Goldbelly

Shop top-tier game day food delivered to your doorstep with anything available on Goldbelly. The delivery service houses hundreds of restaurants, including famed barbeque spot Joe’s KC BBQ, so you can go all out whenever you want.

PRICES VARY

D’Artagnan Foods

D’Artagnan wants every home chef to feel as confident as a professional, which is why they offer tips, tricks and recipes, as well as the best cuts of a wide variety of meats delivered straight to your home.

PRICES VARY

RELATED CONTENT:


How to Watch the Super Bowl 2023 Without Cable


Everything You Need to Host a Super Bowl Party


The Best Amazon Deals on Kitchen Essentials to Meal Prep This Winter


Selena Gomez’s Rainbow Knives from ‘Selena + Chef’ Are On Sale And The Perfect Kitchen Tools for Meal Prep


Shop TV Deals at Amazon, Samsung and Walmart Ahead of Super Bowl LVII


Shop Samsung’s Best Super Bowl TV Deals Before The Big Game


The Best Meal Kit Deals in January: Blue Apron, HelloFresh, and More


Rihanna Teases What to Expect in Super Bowl Halftime Show


The 23 Best Kitchen Gadgets Found on TikTok That Are Worth the Hype


Rihanna Admits She’s ‘Nervous’ for 2023 Super Bowl Halftime Show

 

By

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: