All the coolest kids watching the Super Bowl this year can now serve thrice-cooked bacon at their parties from Mission Chinese Food, which will soon offer catering. Chef Danny Bowien’s uber-hip Shanghai/Sichuan house on the Lower East Side is launching the program just in time for the big game on Sunday, February 5th.
The restaurant posted the announcement on its website with a variety of sports graphics:
The menu offers Mission Chinese favorites like the super hot Chongqing chicken wings with tripe, mapo tofu, and salt cod fried rice. A catered order of wings feeds eight to ten people and costs $60, while an order of spicy peanut noodles costs $40.
Catering also features a few variety menus at a fixed cost, serving eight to ten people. A $380 “feast” option includes papaya salad, Shanghai lumpia egg rolls, the chicken wings, mapo tofu, salt cod fried rice, thrice-cooked bacon, and steamed Chinese broccoli. A vegetarian menu and a “classics” menu are also available with fewer items at a lower cost. Delivery fee costs $45 for Lower East Side deliveries and may be more for people in other neighborhoods.
See the full menu here, and order within 48 hours of your party.