From shrimp to fried chicken and grits, Fixre covers a lot of food beloved in Georgia. (Contributed by Fixe)

Super Bowl 51 descends on one of the country’s best food cities (Houston) this weekend. In honor of the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons, I’ve put together a list of Austin restaurants where you can get a taste of the two team’s regions. The following dishes nod to the foodways of Georgia and New England.

Flavors of Georgia

Black eyed peas and cornbread at Country Boyz Fixins

Black eyed peas, fried okra and pork ribs at Hoover’s Cooking

Boiled peanuts with buttermilk and honey mustard at Olamaie

Black eyed peas, sweet corn and corn bread at Southern Hospitality

Crab and parmesan grits at Perla’s

Fried chicken at Gus’s, Hoover’s, Lucy’s, Fixe, Country Boyz Fixins and Southern Hospitality

Grits (herbavore, carnivore and pescavore) at Fixe

Milk-braised pork butt at Salty Sow

Pulled pork at Franklin Barbecue, La Barbecue, Brown’s BBQ

Pork shoulder with pinto beans, and pork roast with peanuts at Fixe

Braised rabbit at Hudson’s on the Bend

Rabbit and dumplings at Contigo

Shrimp and crab toast at Fixe

Clam Chowda bowl at Salt Traders coastal Cooking in Round Rock Texas on Wednesday, December 28, 2016. RICARDO B. BRAZZIELL/AMERICAN-STATESMAN

Flavors of New England

Baked shells and cheese with lobster at Perla’s

Chilled lobster at Central Standard

Clam chowder at Clark’s, Salt Traders Coastal Cooking,

East Coast oysters at Central Standard, Clark’s, Monger’s, Parkside, Perla’s

Fish and chips at Salt Traders Coastal Cooking

Linguine with clams at Clark’s, Salt Trader’s Coastal Cooking,

Lobster bisque at Perla’s

Lobster rolls at Clark’s,  Dock & Roll, Garbo’s, Mongers and Perla’s

Seafood chowder at Mongers