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Restaurants Celebrating the Super Bowl
Here’s what some local restaurants are offering for the upcoming Saints-vs.-Colts match on Sunday. By Alejandro Salinas
Comments () | Published February 4, 2010

Acadiana
This Penn Quarter restaurant has a New Orleans-themed takeout menu available by the quart: chicken-and-sausage gumbo ($15), crawfish étouffée ($20), seafood gumbo ($20), turtle soup ($15), red beans and rice ($7), smoked-bacon collard greens ($5), and 75 cent biscuits. Orders can be placed anytime through February 6 at 202-408-8848. Pickup runs from noon to 5 on Sunday.

BlackFinn Restaurant
Beer towers and a slider-eating contest aside, BlackFinn in Bethesda will also have a game-day menu, with sloppy joes, cheese fries, and chicken wings. Patrons can enter a square challenge and other contests for a chance to win prizes including an iPod Touch.

Founding Farmers
For $44 enjoy access to a private viewing room with unlimited appetizers and a three-drink ticket valid for wine or beer. Appetizers include chicken pops, crab and artichoke dip, mini pizzas, sliders, and fries. A full menu is also available. For reservations, click here.

Jimmy’s Old Town
For its 13th annual Super Bowl bash, this Herndon spot will serve muffuletta sandwiches, a New Orleans staple made up of capicola, salami, mortadella, provolone and Emmentaler cheese, and olive salad—all stuffed inside a ten-inch loaf of muffuletta bread. The fried-pork-tenderloin sandwich is another highlight on the menu, which is available from 11 to 9. For takeout there are chicken wings, starting at 10 for $5 and going all the way to 50 for $25. A standard brunch menu will also be available from 11 to 2. The first 100 patrons get to participate in a free pool, and an outdoor football toss takes place at 5. Reservations at 703-435-5467 are strongly encouraged.

Morton’s the Steakhouse, Arlington
The Arlington Morton’s will serve its complete Bar Bites menu during the game, with prices starting at $5. On the menu: miniature crabcakes, chicken goujonettes, prime cheeseburgers, spinach-and-artichoke dip, blue-cheese French fries, and filet mignon sandwiches. The full dinner menu will also be available. For reservations or more information, call 703-796-0128.

Old Angler’s Inn
This historic restaurant in Potomac has a takeout menu, with burgers ($8); fruit-and-cheese platters ($10); chicken, salmon, or shrimp Ceasar salad ($9); and roast-beef-and-Brie sandwiches ($8). Call 301-299-9097 to place your order.

Rosa Mexicano
To-go Guac Party Packs—consisting of guacamole, tortilla chips, and salsa—are being offered by this popular Mexican restaurant for parties of 5, 10, 15, or 20. The price ranges from $39.95 to $124.95, depending on the size of your group. To place you order, click here.

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