Super Bowl 52 — Where to Watch and What to Eat

Super Bowl 52 — Where to Watch and What to Eat

Super Bowl 52 happens on Sunday, February 4th at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Kickoff between the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots is set for approximately 3:30 PM Pacific Time.

NFL Network will air more than 11 hours of live pregame and postgame coverage, starting at 6 AM Pacific. And, NBC will present about 11 hours of “Super Stream Sunday” starting at 9 AM Pacific with NBC’s Super Bowl pregame coverage.

Super Bowl 52 can be streamed live on fuboTV. And, other Super Bowl live stream options include NFL Mobile and Yahoo Sports app for the mobile phone, and the NBCSports app for the tablet. If you are watching on your desktop, go to

Now that the logistics are all squared away, we need to think about what to eat! Some of our favorite eats for watching the game include El Molino Thick Tortilla Chips with Roberto’s Santa Cruz Salsa (red and green) and Guacamole.

If you are firing up the grill, reach for Oakland dust Spice Rubs and Marinades for the best, local flavor.

And we love Saag’s Sausages in so many varieties: Andouille, Chicken Apple, Mango Habanero, Chicken Bratwurst, Polish Sausages, and Bachwurst are currently in the store.

And our staff’s favorite potato chip remains Kettle Chips in all the usual flavors. You can mix it up with their Dill Pickle, Cheddar, and Sour Cream and Onion.

Last but not least, don’t forget our amazing variety of Piedmont Grocery’s own Dips and Spreads: French Onion Dip, Spinach Dip, Dill Dip, Taco Dip, Blue Cheese Dressing and Dip (wings!), Dixie’s Dipping Sauce, Pappy’s Pimento Cheese Spread, Fresh Bean Dip Sancho’s Salsa Dip and Spread, and our fresh Guacamole.

Now, if you are rooting for a special team and want to introduce some regional cuisine to your game day snacking, here are a few suggestions.
For Patriots fans try some Cabot Cheddar with crackers alongside a bowl of Clam Chowder—we have it in the Grab n’ Go deli case and Bar Harbor makes a good canned chowder. We’ve got lobster meat at the deli counter for making your own lobster rolls on sourdough bread. And, we’ve always got a good selection of Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream.

Eagle’s Fans might want to do home made Philadelphia Cheese Steaks. You can get the steak sliced extra-thin at our deli counter. We recommend the provolone over Cheez Wiz… And if you want to throw together some Philadelphia hoagies, check out this recipe from the Washington Post. You also can make this green game day punch from  Or just buy some Snyders Pretzels and eat them dipped in your favorite mustard.

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