The biggest football game of 2018 is coming up fast. Do you know when it is and what you’ll be chowing down on when you’re watching it? If you don’t, we’ve got you covered! Read ahead to get all the information you need to know about the big game.
You can’t enjoy the game unless you know all the nitty gritty details. Everything you need to know about the game can be found below:
When the Game Is: February 4th, 2018
Where the Game Is: U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota
Halftime Entertainment: Justin Timberlake
Ticket Prices: Range anywhere from $4,000 and up
Where to Order Your Game-Time Pizza From
Now that we have the important game information out of the way, let’s get down to business—and by business, we mean what delicious pizza you’ll be eating during the game. Luckily, Providence locals have quite a few options.
Read ahead to learn more about Providence’s three best pizza places to order game-day eats from.
Big Tony’s also prides itself on satisfying “everyone, every time, every day.” They’re open seven days a week and offer delivery until 4:00 a.m. So, you can get both your game-time eats and your midnight snacks from here.
Figidini Wood Fire Eatery owners Frankie and Kara Cecchinelli were inspired by their Italian heritage of Frankie’s father’s life-long love for wood fire cooking. That’s why everything on their menu, from locally sourced seafood to cheeses imported from Italy, is cooked using a smoky wood fire grill.
Each one of their dishes is coated in Neapolitan authenticity, including their specialty pizzas. They have red sauce pies, white sauce pies, and a slue of authentic Italian toppings like San Marzano tomato, mozzarella, and cremini mushrooms.
Sicilia’s of Federal Hill
Sicilia’s of Federal Hill has lots of scrumptious plates to order, like fried zucchini and a plethora of hearty salad. However, what it’s really known for is its famous stuffed pizzas, which are cooked with “liberal portions of the finest and freshest ingredients.”
Sicilia’s of Federal Hill also accommodates their customers by offering catering options and online ordering. Forgot to order your pizza before the game started? Just bring up their website on their phone to order your food, so you don’t have to step away to make a phone call and miss any of the game.