Super Bowl XLV is kicking off soon (this writer’s opinion? Go Pack.) and Americans nationwide are setting their party lineups. All the usual suspects are in high demand: from chili and wings to nachos and pizza. That means Super Bowl Sunday is likely to be the coming out party for the food trend of 2011. That’s right; according to Mike Singer of Bon Appétit magazine, it’s time for pork products to step aside – 2011 is going to be all about comfort food.
And to make the party planning a whole lot easier, we’ve offered up a few restaurant recommendations below. With a network of over 13,000 restaurants on GrubHub.com, you can discover new, local eateries, compare menu options and prices, read consumer reviews, and now with PayPal as a payment option, conveniently pay for your meals. How great is that? Pretty great and super easy.
So it’s settled. Whether you’re hosting a party, heading over to a friend’s house or still mourning the Bears and Jets loss alone on your couch with a bucket of fried chicken, you’ll get exactly what you want through GrubHub and you’ll pay for it all via PayPal. It’s like magic.
Brooklyn Pizza & Pasta
9228 Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA
Hoagies & Wings
14552 Ventura BLVD, Los Angeles, CA
Pizzeria (on Valencia)
659 Valencia Street , San Francisco, CA
Mr. Pizza Geary
3409 Geary Blvd., San Francisco, CA
1707 W Division, Chicago, IL
1902 Green Bay Road, Evanston, IL
Fat Boys Pizza
61-07 Utopia Pkwy, Fresh Meadows, NY
584 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY
City Slicker Cafe
588 Somerville Ave., Somerville, MA
Top Speed Pizza
8 Highland Ave, Somerville, MA
Wings To Go
1600 S. Columbus Blvd., Philadelphia, PA
A Mandarin Restaurant
2102 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA