The home of Super Bowl XLIX, Glendale Arizona – Parking lots, dirt and sprawl.
Patriots, Seahawks, football, blah blah blah.
Look, we like football as much as anyone. But this year, owing to various regional animosities and deep-seated issues with certain Pacific Northwestern waterfowl, we’re way more excited about Super Bowl Sunday as a food holiday — an excuse to amass the maximum amount of deep-fried calories possible and then see how many of them we can consume before passing out on the couch.
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Starting on January 9, Tiffin began to offer $8 entrees for eight days. Each day, the deal was featured at one of their eight locations. Tiffin has now extended that deal until January 30 and it will now be offered at every location, every day. The chain has restaurants throughout the Philadelphia area and New Jersey.
This deal is available for dine-in, carry-out or delivery and has an eight entree limit per order.
Get Fette Sau brisket for your Super Bowl Party.
It’s a six-pack of ways to amp up your Super Bowl party with special takeout offers from Philadelphia restaurants.
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We’ve been talking about delivery at Luke’s Lobster and Paesano’s over the past couple of days. And now comes word that Mount Airy’s Earth Bread + Brewery is finally doing takeout. After five-years in business they are finally taking call-in orders for their fine
Days and times may be restricted due to how busy the dining room is but the dream of walking out with a hot flatbread in a box in one hand and a growler of EB+B beer in the other, is finally a possibility. Give them a call, you might just be in luck.
Earth Bread + Brewery [Official Site]
Since Kermit’s Bake Shoppe has opened we’ve gotten a lot of people who have asked us if Kermit’s sells slices. We’re happy to report that yes they do. And they’re quite reasonable.
Kermit’s Bake Shoppe [Official Site]
Heading to a friends house for the Super Bowl? Don’t be THAT guy who shows up empty-handed. Here are a handful of restaurants offering special takeout options for the Super Bowl. Bring an order of Ela’s wings (pictured) and a local growler and quickly go from zero to hero.
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The growler, the best way to get draft beer to go. It’s eco-friendly, it’s fun and sometimes it’s cheap.
We’ve surveyed bars, brew pubs and breweries across the Philadelphia region to find out the details on getting draft beer to go.
Check out our Growler Guide for how much the glass costs, how much it costs to fill the growler , who offers the cool flip-top containers and even who occasionally offers specials.
Growler Guide [f8b8z]
Mobile Version of Growler Guide [f8b8z]