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Chow down this Super Bowl season

Super Bowl Sunday is just around the corner. As the Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots show down on the field, only one can become the XLIX champion. What will you be doing before the big game? If you plan on ordering takeout from your favorite grill or rooting for your team at a local sports bar, here are five top restaurants to flock to for your football fix.

Ford’s Garage — With locations in Fort Myers, Estero and Cape Coral, Ford’s will cover your team’s flavor needs with starters, wings and burgers. “Colossal Wings” are tossed in your choice of buffalo hot sauce or bourbon barbecue, and burgers are made to order with angus beef. Build your own burger with the “Assembly Line,” and top your sides off with a Mac-n-Cheese bar worth melting over. Gluten-free menu available upon request.

California Pizza Kitchen (Catering) — Deviate from the tailgate must-have — wings — and go for pizza and apps to satisfy your sports cravings. Try CPK’s Original BBQ Chicken pizza, or its simpler Pepperoni, with wheat whole grain crust, of course. Chose from many appetizers that serve eight to 10 people like spinach artichoke dip or lettuce wraps with chicken, shrimp or both. Call ahead to plan your order and for pricing.

Hurricane Grill and Wings — Known for their sauce “Heat Index” ranging from “Calm Seas” to “Evacuation Route,” Hurricane Grill can feed the entire pregame crew with its boneless wings, jumbo wings and chicken tenders in orders of 50, 75 or 100. They also offer platters, salads, sliders and sides to complete the perfect football feast. Check out the “Gluten Sensitive Menu” that offers a wide variety of entrees!

Moe’s Southwest Grill (Catering) — Let Moe’s cater your Super Bowl party. Choose from fajita, salad or taco bars, and much more. Hot, ready-to-go burritos come in mini, junior or original sizes. They also offer FGCU student discounts. Just ask for the details.

Miller’s Ale House — Miller’s is serving up an all-you-can-eat buffet with a carving station, snow crab legs, wings and more. It starts at 5 p.m. on Super Bowl Sunday (Feb. 1). Priced at $25 per person, join in on the fun and watch the game! Gluten-free and vegetarian options available.

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Allie Taylor

Allie Taylor is a rising senior in the journalism program, and has dedicated most of her life to writing (whether scooping stories on campus, or practicing her creative fiction). She can recite the entirety of Bo Burnham’s “What?” and loves marathons… of Netflix, of course. When Taylor is not in the newsroom, you can find her rehearsing with the cast and crew of S(He) Will Fade, drinking her weight in coffee at Starbucks or burrito-ing herself in a blanket in her dorm room.

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