The Shops at Columbus

10 Columbus Circle • New York City, NY 10019 • 212-823-6300

Monday to Saturday: 10:00am - 9:00pm   Sunday: 11:00am - 7:00pm

Touchdown! Stock Up for the Big Game

Super Bowl Sunday is fast approaching, which means a trip to The Shops at Columbus Circle is in order. You’ll find everything you need under one roof to create a winning party.


What’s a Super Bowl spread without chips and dips? At Whole Foods Market, you can get your guacamole pre-made or pick up some organic avocadoes and whip it up yourself. In the seafood department, there’s a range of easy hors d’ouevres that are prepared with the big game in mind: coconut shrimp, clams casino, crabmeat-stuffed portobello mushrooms. Just heat and serve. Wash it all down with a six-pack of your favorite beer. Whole Foods carries craft brews from around the region and around the world.


Williams-Sonoma stocks the best chef’s tools to help you make your game-day favorites. It wouldn't be Super Bowl without wings. Make your own and make them healthier with the Le Creuset Cast-Iron Rectangular Skinny Grill. Another staple: a bowl of hearty chili. Pro tip: The secret behind a great pot of chili is preparing it in an excellent slow cooker like the All-Clad Deluxe Slow Cooker. And how about buying a vintage-style popcorn machine to keep everyone munching happily throughout the game?


Finally, stop in at Sugarfina to pick up some whimsical treats that will put a smile on any sports lover’s face. Beer drinkers will devour the Pale Ale and Stout Pints, gummy candies that taste just like the real thing. If your guests are more into bubbly, pick up the Champagne Bears — they’re intoxicatingly good. And when you serve savory-sweet snacks like Sugarfina’s Chocolate Bacon Toffee and Martini Olive Almonds, you — and your favorite team — will score big time.

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