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Where to Get Takeout for Super Bowl LII

Patriots? Eagles? What is sportsball? One thing we can all agree on: we need to eat. Here are 5 great options for the big day.

By Eat Beat Team January 30, 2018

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Rally’s super-meaty pepperoni pie.

Leave it to Olympia Provisions to make a football out of meat. The salami kings have crafted a football-shaped Summer Sausage just in time for Super Bowl Sunday. The perfect game day centerpiece, this wax-dipped pigskin is comprised of pork sausage spiced with tangy mustard and garlic. $10. Order online here.  

Fire on the Mountain, “Portland’s Original Buffalo Wing Joint,” offers the delicious drummies in orders of six to 250, with more than 10 homemade sauces ranging from mild to “El Jefe” hot. They’ve even got a vegan version for that football-loving veg-head in your group. 

Pok Pok’s famous Vietnamese fish sauce wings might not be exactly what your ranch-loving Patriots fans had in mind. But after one bite—like a picky child—they’ll be devouring the sticky-sweet, garlic-studded wonders by the dozen. $75 for 30 wings. 

Irving Street Kitchen's Sarah Schafer throws her sriracha wings with blue cheese dip ($12 an order) on Caviar and Chownow for game-day delivery. You can nab her bucket of fried chicken and Southern sides online any time of year. 

Our favorite Vancouver-based pizza and frozen custard joint, Rally Pizza, cooks up a bevy of game-day specials, including two football-appropriate calzones: the Fullback, with sausage, pepperoni, bacon, smoked jalapeños, ricotta, mozzarella and tomato sauce, and the veg-friendly Wide Out, with olives, roasted mushrooms, roasted red peppers, smoked jalapeños, fresh basil, ricotta, mozzarella, and tomato sauce.

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