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Where to get take out for your Super Bowl party

Why cook when you can order wings, sandwiches and much more?

DiBruno Bros.

Multiple locations; place orders at 215-665-1659
Order by noon Friday
DiBruno’s takes game day eating seriously. Go for the Ultimate Tailgate ($195), Hoagie Hail Mary ($195), South Philly Style Hot Sandwiches ($225) or al la carte party trays. You’ll be bringing home some combo of wings, sliders, hot dogs, hoagies, chili, potato salad, homemade potato chips, meatball sandwiches, antipasti, stromboli, cheeses, veggies, spinach artichoke dip, cookies, brownies and more — in other words, everything anyone ever wanted at a Super Bowl party.
They’ve also added coffee-and-coriander-rubbed salmon taco kit in honor of the Seattle Seahawks and a mini lobster roll kit for the New England Patriots ($30 for either; makes a dozen) to their usual game day options.

Iron Hill Brewery and Restaurant

11 locations; find the one near you at www.ironhillbrewery.com

If you just need something for yourself and a friend or two, go for Iron Hill’s pizza and growler special: Take out any two pizzas and a 64 oz. growler for $25.

ELA
627 S. Third St.
Pick up Saturday after noon or Sunday before 6 p.m.
Get “Top Chef” contestant Jason Cichonski’s wings for just $10 a dozenGo for classic hot sauce, or get adventurous with honey-sriracha and lime, chipotle-salted caramel, miso mustard or Old Bay.
The Gaslight
120 Market St.
Order by 10 a.m Friday
Chef Cichonski’s newest restaurant is making The Spread for 10 (a half tray serving 10 hungry people for $35-$85, depending on what items you pick) or The Spread for 20 (a full tray for $75-$125). When you pick up your tray, you’ll get heating instructions so you don’t botch the chef’s hard work. Choose from wings, truffle mac ‘n’ cheese, veggies, South Philly-style roast pork sandwiches, fresh baked pretzel with dips, meatballs and chicken nuggets.

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