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Superbowl XLVIII: Carry Out Options for Game Day

Superbowl XLVIII: Carry Out Options for Game Day
Superbowl XLVIII: Carry Out Options for Game Day
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Now that we know which two teams are ready to match up for Superbowl XLVIII, it's time to get down to the basics of delicious grub for the big game.

If you are in the New York City and Chicago area, you're in for a treat! Participating restaurants will be serving special Superbowl menus that will satisfy even the most demanding appetites. See below for the best places to satisfy for your craving during game day in New York City and Chicago.


· Bub City (435 N. Clark St) – Party platters such as “The Tailgate” ($125, serves 6-8) – a whole smoked pork shoulder with sides including baked beans, mac & cheese, and coleslaw, or “The Truck Bed” ($350, serves 13-15) – a combination of chili, chicken wings, pulled pork, and fried chicken, are a sure-fire way to please a hungry crowd. Note, at least 48hrs advance notice is required for all large orders.

New York City:

· Bromberg Bros. Blue Ribbon Fried Chicken (28 E 1st St) offers “The Tailgater” ($45) – 24 wings served with fries and coleslaw; “The Blue Ribbon Sandwich” ($7) – crispy chicken breast with shredded lettuce, tomato, pickled cucumbers and Blue Ribbon Special Sauce; and “The Bird” ($29) – 8 pieces: 2 wings, 2 thighs & 2 drumsticks, served with fries & coleslaw. Note, all large orders must be placed at least 24hrs in advance.

· macbar NYC (54 Prince Street) offers a catering menu featuring a variety of mac & cheese flavors that feed up to 20ppl, including the “Mac Quack” ($70), mac & cheese served with duck confit, white cheddar, fontina and caramelized onion; the “Lobster Mac” ($80) with tender chunks of fresh lobster, cognac, tarragon and mascarpone cheese; and the “Mac Stroganoff” ($55) made with braised beef, stewed mushrooms and sour cream sauce.