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Where to Get Best Super Bowl Takeout Delivery Around DC 2022

Buffalo chicken pierogi at Rogi. Photo courtesy of Rogi.

All-Purpose
1250 9th St., NW
One of DC’s best pizza spots is ready for the big game with a special Super Bowl Italiano menu of game day eats. The limited-time offerings include fried wings with feta-ranch dipping sauce, huge cold cut party subs, and square grandma-style pizzas. To preorder, email . Pick up will be available on February 13, from 2 PM until 5 PM (Shaw location only).

Pennyroyal Station
3310 Rhode Island Ave, Mt. Rainier
Chef Jesse Miller is dishing up watch-party-sized servings of his signature comfort food from

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‘New Year’s Eve is like our Super Bowl’

By 5 p.m. New Year’s Eve, the dining room at Beijing House in Norwell will not be packed with people.

Instead, it will be wall-to-wall paper bags filled with those red and white takeout boxes.

The restaurant’s three phones will ring endlessly.

Workers will move nonstop to keep up with demand, turning out more than 500 orders as a line of hungry revelers snakes outside the front door.

bb.q Chicken: Korean fried chicken chain restaurant is coming to North Quincy

“New Year’s Eve is like our Super Bowl,” said Ching Puskarich, who has owned and managed Beijing House for 26

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Soul Bowl opens new location in Richfield

The Minneapolis favorite is coming south of the cities to bring soul food classics to Richfield.

RICHFIELD, Minn. — Minneapolis is known for good eats, and Soul Bowl in the North Loop is no exception.

Fans of the popular restaurant rave about the food having the perfect twist.

“One of those things would be using Chinese 5 Spice in the candied yams sauce. That may not be something that’s traditional for people, but flavor-wise it makes perfect sense and tastes amazing,” said owner Gerard Klass.

Klass says serving the Minneapolis community for the past two years has been a treat,

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Food Bowl to take over the Paramount Studios backlot on Saturday

HOLLYWOOD, CA - NOVEMBER 06: Owner of Jitlada restaurant, Jazz Singsanong, inside Jitlada on Friday, Nov. 6, 2020 in Hollywood, CA. (Mariah Tauger / Los Angeles Times)

Chef-owner Sarintip “Jazz” Singsanong will be dishing up Jitlada’s deep-fried chicken wings for Saturday’s dinner at Paramount Studios. (Mariah Tauger / Los Angeles Times)

On Saturday, some of L.A.’s top culinary talent will take over the backlot of Paramount Studios, serving dishes representative of the region’s vibrant, varied and singular restaurants. It’s the final night of the Los Angeles Times Food Bowl, presented by City National Bank, and a collaboration with experiential, alfresco dinner series Outstanding in the Field.

Food Bowl’s sold-out events this season have included a dinner and film screening at the Sepulveda Dam, and an evening

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