Yes, it’s New England versus Philadelphia, for an I-95 Super Bowl. The trip takes 5 to 6 hours, which may equal the time spent in front of the TV.
To face Super Bowl LII, you’ll need food to make you feel good. Here are three choices.
Satelite Pizza in Bayport dependably braces you for everything from cold weather to another Patriots trophy. Recommended: Sicilian, Grandma, stuffed, and pan pizzas; the epic 30-inch cheese pizza; chicken and eggplant Parmigiana; hero sandwiches; zeppoli. Moderate
Satelite Pizza, 799 Montauk Hwy., Bayport, 631-472-3800, satelitepizza.com
BBDs in Rocky Point stands for beers, burgers, and desserts. Recommended: griddled or steamed burgers, French onion rings, Korean barbecue fries, bacon-pretzel crusted macaroni and cheese, hot dog sliders, spicy barbecued pork sandwich, fried chicken, steaks. Moderate
BBDs, 49 Rte. 25A, Rocky Point, 631-849-1620, eatbbds.com
Mara’s Homemade in Syosset soothes and comforts, sparks and spurs. Recommended: Arkansas dry-rub barbecue, grilled oysters, Cajun chicken wings, crawfish-stuffed bread, gumbo, Texas all-beef chili, Nashville spicy chicken, chicken fried steak, po’boys, chocolate cream pie. Moderate
Mara’s Homemade, 236 W. Jericho Tpke. (Muttontown Plaza), Syosset, 516-682-9200, marashomemade.com