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Woodhouse Fish Co’s Split-Top Maine Lobster Roll

As the host of Super Bowl 50, San Francisco has brought together top restaurants in the city to create the food for the Super Bowl City. You won’t find greasy hotdogs or soggy nachos on the menu. The Super Bowl committee wants to make sure that visitors to the City By The Bay get authentic San Francisco cuisine.

So the food choices at Super Bowl City are fantastic! Delicious dishes include Woodhouse Fish Co.’s Split-Top Maine Lobster Roll: toasted locally baked roll, lemon aioli, celery, chives- $20 and Toasted-Buttered Dungeness Roll, toasted locally baked roll, Dungeness Crab meat, butter – $20.

Photocredit Kevin McCullough

Photo credit Kevin McCullough

Also included in the line-up is Bourbon Steak & Pub with a delicious Red Curry Shrimp Roll crushed peanuts, daikon & carrot salad, cilantro – $16 and Baby Spinach & Artichoke Dip farm vegetables, preserved lemon vinaigrette – $6. If you want some great Mexican food, dive into Calafia’s Rojo Free Range Chicken Tacos – $12, Chili Verde Heirloom Pork Tacos – $12, or for vegetarians enjoy their Firm Tofu with New Mexico Chili Salsa Roja Tacos – $12.

Chili Verde Heirloom Pork Tacos

Chili Verde Heirloom Pork Tacos

The list of gourmet snacks are impressive, so go hungry and spend the day grazing and enjoying all that Super Bowl City has to offer.

Super Bowl City is open free to the public from January 30 – February 7, 2016. For more deals, click here!

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