3 YUMMY Food Sites For Super Bowl Sunday

mainPhoto: Via Munchery.
You’ve already decided which team you’re rooting for, bought the face paint in the appropriate colors, and rounded up your buddies for the Super Bowl party — but did you forget about the game day menu? Not to worry, we’ve gone ahead and done the culinary deed for you, by gathering these tried-and-true websites that will bring the feast to you. Whether you’re looking for easy-on-the-gut, healthy options or want to dig into your guilty pleasures (hey, diet starts Monday, right?) these sites know how to deliver touchdowns when it comes to savory bites. Get all the details below, order up, and then concentrate on the scoreboard the rest of the day.
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Munchery
When you want gourmet grub at your Super Bowl party, then all you have to do is type the word "Munchery" into your browser. The locally-based website is the ultimate destination for ordering topnotch dishes whipped up by notable chefs with restaurants like Michael Mina on their resumes. The menu changes daily, and you’ll find meals from pan-roasted salmon with cider sauce to spicy Japanese char-broiled beef at reasonable prices. Don’t worry about starving your guests for too long because Munchery’s goodness will come to your door in under 10 minutes — just in time for kickoff!
Goldbely
If this is your first Super Bowl in S.F. away from your hometown, you’ll probably be yearning for some eats that remind you of your roots. To satisfy your nostalgic taste buds, you can order dishes from all over the U.S. at Goldbely. Click on the "shop by region" tab, choose anything from Southern biscuits to Midwestern artisan ice cream sammies, all made from the area’s top eateries. Better yet, choose a dish from the place each team hails, and see who wins the trophy for best fare.
FarmBox
FarmBox is exactly what it sounds like: Freshly-grown produce and more delivered straight to your door. You can drop anything from pounds of kiwis to old-fashioned baked apple pies into your virtual basket, and have it ready to be scarfed down come game day. The service just launched in S.F., so you know you’re getting locally-farmed eats to nosh on without having to make a trip to the market between plays. Prepare your victory dance accordingly!
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