11 great game day eats in boston

celebrate the super bowl with these 11 victorious dishes before heading to the bar to cheer for your team on game day.

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by Reserve

The Superbowl is just around the corner, so playoff season is in full swing (er, pass)! No matter who you’re rooting for, cheering on the team can really make you work up an appetite. Here are a few victorious game day dishes to keep your tastebuds in perfect form.

Nothing beats a great burger! Catalyst serves theirs with cheddar, bacon, caramelized onions, house-made ketchup, mustard and aioli on a roasted tomato brioche bun with a side of fries. Photo provided by Andy Ryan.

Indulge in one of the New England region’s best offerings — lobster — with B&G Oysters’ Maine Lobster Roll served with french fries plus bread and butter pickles. Photo provided by B&G Oysters.

One of many delectable sandwich options served with a side salad and duck fat fries at Commonwealth, the Hot Pastrami Rachel is made with cole slaw, swiss cheese and thousand island on marbled rye. Photo provided by Commonwealth.

Loaded with flavor and crunch, Doretta Taverna offers irresistible Crispy Zucchini Chips with spicy cucumber yogurt. Photo provided by Doretta Taverna.

Loco Taqueria prepares this popular Mexican dip in a variety of ways — with bacon, with smoked fish or with charred pineapple — as well as the traditional way, with crispy tortilla chips. Photo provided by Loco Taqueria.

Sure to get you in a winning spirit, BISq offers Glazed Lamb Ribs made with pomegranate glaze and chermoula (Moroccan marinade). Photo provided by BISq.

An elevated take on one of everyone’s favorite football eats, the Oyster Sliders at Oyster Creek Island are served up on a brioche roll with lime chili aioli. Photo provided by Island Creek Oyster Bar.

The Post 390 Burger features Painted Hills Natural Beef and Vermont sharp cheddar (with plenty of add-ons) — a mouthwatering lunchtime option to dive into before kickoff. Photo provided by Post 390.

Nothing’s better than a pizza party before the big game, and GEM Italian Kitchen delivers with its Red Pizza — a savory pie of crushed tomato, basil and mozzarella. Photo provided by GEM Italian Kitchen.

Called KBBQ Galbi, the Korean style bone-in short ribs plate with pickled daikon radish, sesame and green onion at Koy is finger-licking good. Photo provided by Koy.

Backbar offers the perfect game day sweet and salty snack, Spicy Caramel Popcorn made with chipotle powder, smoked paprika, ground cumin, gooey caramel and house-cured bacon! Photo provided by backbar.

Reserve was created to help diners find great restaurants, make a reservation and effortlessly pay the bill at the end of the meal. The Reserve team works with hundreds of the best restaurants in major cities across the country and makes it easy for locals and travelers alike to enjoy a casual bite or an amazing meal. 

Through the Reserve app, you can discover cool restaurants, book a table, chat with Reserve’s digital concierge to get restaurant recommendations and see different options if exactly what you want isn’t available. Paying or splitting the check is easy – after the meal the check can be billed to your card on file, including the preferred tip.