Eminem is serving Mom’s Spaghetti for Super Bowl Sunday at new Pop-up
Rapper Eminem is bringing his Mom’s Spaghetti restaurant to L.A. for the Super Bowl.
Rapper Eminem opened a pop-up location of his restaurant, Mom’s Spaghetti, in Los Angeles ahead of this Sunday’s Super Bowl LVI, where he will be performing in the much-anticipated halftime show at SoFi Stadium.
The restaurant, aptly named after lyrics from Eminem’s 2002 hit song “Lose Yourself,” is based out of the rappers native Detroit. The brick-and-mortar restaurant officially opened in September, but the concept has been around since 2017, when Eminem opened its first pop-up in Detroit, ahead of the release of his “Revival” album.
For the Super Bowl, Mom’s Spaghetti is serving up (you guessed it) spaghetti, with beef or vegan meatballs, or plain with parmesan cheese. They are also offering a “S’ghetti Sandwich” that is literally just spaghetti sandwiched between two slices of Texas Toast.
The pop-up opened on 820 S. Spring St. on Wednesday, and will stay open until game time on Sunday (6:30 p.m. ET). They are also partnering with Postmates in L.A., to allow more people to try the iconic spaghetti. If you are in L.A., you can order Mom’s Spaghetti from either Uncle Paulie’s Deli or Pasta Sisters’ in the app.
Those of us outside of L.A. can enter in Postmates sweepstakes on Instagram to win one of 10 jars of Mom’s Spaghetti’s sauce, signed by Eminem himself.
In addition to the big game, you can watch Eminem perform alongside headliner Dr. Dre and guests Kendrick Lamar, Mary J. Blige, and Snoop Dogg in the Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime Show on NBC this Sunday night.