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Feb 02, 2017

Where To Shop For a DIY Super Bowl Feast!

Last week, we gave you a number of ideas for bars and restaurants in Astoria to watch the Super Bowl, no matter whether you’re rooting for the Patriots or the (…)

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Last week, we gave you a number of ideas for bars and restaurants in Astoria to watch the Super Bowl, no matter whether you’re rooting for the Patriots or the Falcons. If you’re more interested in hosting your own watch party, you’re going to need supplies. Lucky for us, there are plenty of local neighborhood shops perfect for stocking up on all of your needs for hungry guests!

Here are some ideas:


Beer and cheese from (You guessed it!) Astoria Bier & Cheese


Whenever I walk into one of Astoria Bier & Cheese’s two locations in the neighborhood, I always wander around for awhile just checking out the selection. It’s like a toy store for adults, just with fantastic drinks and eats to enjoy rather than items to play with. Your Super Bowl feast deserves quality beer, and your guests will love sampling a variety of cheeses.

Astoria Bier and Cheese (34-14 Broadway & 35-11 Ditmars Blvd) | Facebook  | InstagramTwitter


Pork from International Meat Market


Whether you’re cooking up pulled pork sliders, carnitas tacos, or pulled pork nachos, International Meat Market has you covered. Their selection is top notch, and it’s so much more fun to shop here as opposed to a grocery store.

International Meat Market (36-12 30th Ave.)

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Fresh Chicken Wings from K & T Meats


Whether you’re deep-frying them or baking them in the oven, K&T is an excellent place to stock up on a pile of fresh wings. The workers are happy to break them down for you (which is awesome, because the process can take forever if you don’t have much experience doing it!), plus they’re speedy and friendly.

K&T Meats (37-11 Broadway & 3314 Ditmars Blvd)

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Sausage from Sorriso Pork Store


Walking into Sorriso without buying everything you see can be difficult: their selection is always fresh and unique. If you’re serving your guests a pile of sausage subs (or hoagies, or grinders, depending on where you’re from!), this is a great place to get them.

Sorriso Pork Store (4416 30th Ave, Astoria) 

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Fresh Bread from Parisi Bakery



Whether you’re making your own meatball subs, chili in a bread bowl, or just want some big chunks of bread to go along with your cheese, Parisi has plenty of fresh, carb-y options you’ll love.

Parisi Bakery (30-17 Broadway, Astoria.) | Facebook  | Instagram| Twitter


Sweets From Martha’s Country Bakery


No party spread is complete without something sweet, and Martha’s Bakery is your one-stop-shop for all things sugary. Whether you’re looking for cookies, cupcakes, brownies, cakes, or anything else you can think of, Martha’s got it. Calories don’t count on Super Bowl Sunday, right?

Martha’s Country Bakery (36-21 Ditmars Blvd, Astoria) | Facebook  | Twitter

About Lindsay Goyette

Lindsay has been eating and drinking her way through Queens since 2011. A casting director by day and Astoria explorer by night, you can usually find her checking out live music, theatre, or the newest neighborhood spot to enjoy a craft beer.