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Neighborhood Expert: Celebrating Super Bowl LV Sunday in 2021

Laura Schwartz is a licensed Realtor in VA, D.C. and MD with McEnearney Associates in Vienna. You can follow Laura on Instagram at @LauraSchwartzRealtor or her Facebook page. Laura can be reached at 703-283-6120 or [email protected].

It’s Beer Consumption Day in America — I mean, it’s Super Bowl Sunday this week! It’s also looking to be a Pandemic Sunday where we get three to five inches of snow in the DMV area.

All of that makes it hard to throw a big Super Bowl party this year, but there are other ways to celebrate. It happens to be one of my favorite days of the year, even as a long-suffering Eagles fan.

As is common in my posts, I’m going to throw out some takeout ideas to save you from cooking:

  • Mama Tigre: They have this amazing looking platter available that includes queso, chips, guacamole, spicy masala queso, chicken wings, flautas and more.
  • Bear Branch: Wings! Both fried and grilled are available.
  • Foster’s Grille: Wings, burgers, fries, onion rings… Order early — they often sell out!
  • Caboose Commons or Tavern: Fried pickle chips (so good!), wings and burgers
  • Maple Ave: Crème fraîche wings
  • Red Apron: One of my favorite local burgers — they have so many great options for watching football.
  • Taco Bamba: Their wings! And nachos!! They have a “big game platter” option.
  • Fermented Pig: Ribs, chicken, sides… all the barbecue your heart could want.
  • Pizza: We are lucky to have so many good pizza options around town. Try Church St, Union Pie (gluten-free options!), Tony’s, Pizza Roni, Santini’s, Luciano or Mod.

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