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Here’s take-out in Tacoma for Sunday’s Super Bowl game

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Super Bowl is Sunday, February 7, 2021 and there’s a strong possibility you’re looking for take-out food for your at-home viewing. Here are places with snack packs to-go and easy take-out options. I’ll be adding to this list, so check back often. 

Want to know where to stream or watch the game? Click here: https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/super-bowl-2021-on-cbs-everything-to-know-about-super-bowl-lv-with-time-tv-odds-how-to-watch-and-more/

bacon-wrapped meatballs
Bacon-wrapped meatballs from Manic Meatballs in Lakewood.

MANIC MEATBALLS

This new Lakewood meatball spot – read all about it here – is offering a feast for 5 for $55. The restaurant specializes in Swedish meatballs that come with a beefy, silky smooth gravy. You’ll get 24 of those bad boys (or the chicken or pay an upcharge for the vegan Impossible equivalent served with vegan gravy) along with six bacon-wrapped meatballs (pictured above), flooded fries (pictured below), noodles or mashed potatoes, three large sides and dessert. That’s a helluva deal. If you’re doing it right, you’ll get it with the housemade applesauce. It’s excellent.

Order here: https://www.clover.com/online-ordering/manic-meatballs/86K9B84G490Y8

Pickup: You select when you place your order

Pick up at: Manic Meatballs, 14815 Union Ave. SW, Lakewood; 253-584-9798.

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A serving of flooded fries with meatballs, gravy and cheese curds from Manic Meatballs. This was about half the order.

BRIMSTONE PNW SMOKEHOUSE

This Gig Harbor barbecue spot has alllllll your appetizer needs fulfilled with its Super Bowl appetizer pack that feeds 4 for $105. The app pack includes four Texas Twinkies, sweet caramelized pork belly bites, queso dip with pico de gallo, baked beans and house made flour tortillas for dipping, brisket burnt ends, piggy nuts, housemade pickles and a platter of Brimstone Nachos. For dessert, you’ll get doughnut holes stuffed wtih espresso cream and Memphis Macarons, which are bacon-wrapped Oreo cookies.

Order here: https://www.toasttab.com/brimstone-pnw/v3/add/135b4854-1b68-41eb-99f4-db86f372b520/2fe4beb2-c195-4aad-bf99-6fcb2e193aad

Pickup: 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, February 7

Pick up at: Brimstone PNW Smokehouse, 7707 Pioneer Way, Gig Harbor; 253-858-2709; https://www.bbqbrimstone.com/


ANGLEA’S

This Midland spot is known regionally for its pressure fried chicken and jojo potatoes and wouldn’t you know it – they’re running a Super Bowl deal for both. They’re offering a 20-piece chicken and jojo potatoes for $25. Order in advance. They’re low tech at Anglea’s. You’ve got to order by phone – and get that order in early. Insider tip: Ask for extra dipping sauce. It’s a sweet buttermilk ranch-style dressing.

Order and pickup at: Anglea’s, 7511 Portland Ave E, Tacoma; 253-531-9329

Social post: https://www.facebook.com/AngleasRestaurant/posts/3570708546299345


LOS TAMALES

My favorite restaurant in Tacoma for tamales has a secret weapon: quesabirria. They’re doing a family taco pack for Super Bowl that’s $39.99 and will fed at least four to five people. The deal comes with 10 quesabirria tacos, with accompanying consome, chips, a 16-ounce container of salsa and a two-liter drink.

Order and pickup at: Los Tamales, 1018 E. 72nd St. Tacoma; 253-301-0849; https://www.facebook.com/photo?fbid=1308907109486975&set=p.1308907109486975


MINCE MERCANTILE

This combination deli-bakery-grocery store-specialty store in DuPont has a take-out platter deal with all kinds of possibilities for feeding your family. There’s a meat and cheese tray ($19.99); veggie tray ($15.99); pulled pork by-the-pound ($12.99); Super Bowl themed cupcakes ($18 to $36); take-and-bake bacon jalapenos ($9.99); dozen packs of lumpia for frying at home ($12) and brown butter chocolate chip cookies ($12). Menu details here: https://www.clover.com/online-ordering/mince-mercantile-dupont

Pickup and order at: Mince Mercantile, 1495 Wilmington Drive, DuPont; 253-302-5331; https://www.facebook.com/mincemercantile/


DUKE’S SEAFOOD

Duke’s on Ruston Way is offering a themed pack for $79.90 that will feed 4-6. This pack pairs up foods inspired by the locations of the competing teams (seafood vs. barbecue, naturally). The pack includes baby back ribs, a half dozen chicken wings, blue crab cakes, sauteed shrimp, smoked salmon dip, a 32-ounce portion of chowder, a two-pack of sourdough bread, a bag of tortilla chips and two salsas. 

Order here: https://shop.dukesseafood.com/collections/meal-kits-do-it-yourself/products/dukes-superbowl-meal-kit?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=paid-social&utm_campaign=Retargeting%20%7C%20Engagements&utm_content=Meal%20Kit%20%2328&fbclid=IwAR3rd4wJezYs9ZtW81fsbejsw5oC9hiG-ReANvvHpIra3Zh7Q4Cj8YDEGh4

Order by: 3 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 4 

Pickup: After 12 p.m. Saturday, February 6 

Pickup: Duke’s Seafood on Ruston Way, 3327 Ruston Way, Tacoma; 253-752-5444; https://www.dukesseafood.com/locations/tacoma/


LITTLE RADIO 

The downtown Tacoma restaurant is offering a Superbowl platter that looks to feed at least four or five and will cost you only $60, and that includes the booze. The platter comes with pulled pork nachos with a creamy cheese sauce, 16 naked wings with two kinds of sauces, crab dip and crostini for dipping. Included is a choice of one of three six-packs of Wingman brew. 

Order here: https://www.littleradiotacoma.com/menu

Pickup: Sunday, February 7

Pickup: Little Radio, 728 Pacific Ave., Tacoma; 253-327-1436


THE MAIN INGREDIENT PIZZERIA

This Tacoma pizza parlor serves a hybrid pizza that mashes up New York and Neopolitan-style pies. On Sunday, they’ll offer a free 12-inch pepperoni pizza with their combo packs, which include an 18-inch pizza and two crowlers ($38); an 18-inch pizza and 30 wings ($48.99) and a 12-inch pepperoni pizza and 20 wings ($32). 

More info here:  https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=243114283939755&id=112715263646325

Order from: The Main Ingredient Pizzeria, 5419 South Tacoma Way; 253-301-2017

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