So you procrastinated—no big deal. Either head to one of these spots now, or call in takeout during the half-time show.
My favorite place to get take-out from, the menu features lots of Thai specialties and dishes you may have never heard of. It pays to be adventurous here.
The four-cheese pie, with Brie, goat, parmesan, and blue cheeses, is my go-to.
Gluten-free pies are available and combos like the Mediterranean, with olives, onions, and sun-dried tomatoes are delicious.
Burgers for breakfast? Sure - just top a patty with an egg and you're good to go. You can also get an egg, sausage, or bacon sandwich. Plus, get sausages and other meats to go.
Great spot for lunch, and there's also a market to take home cases of hot dogs and all the accompaniments.
Get the amazing biscuits and then hit the jam and butter bar to add sweet and savory flavors. The pies are also awesome.
You must get an order of fries and you must get the BBQ bacon burger.
It's hard to find but the Neapolitan-style pies are tasty and solid examples of the style.
Fantastic spot in Oak Park - the market offers cheese, wine and other treats, while the restaurant has lovely sandwiches and other dishes.
Large, fun brewpub that's lined with TVs. It's a nice stop on a Randolph Street crawl.
Try pizza by the slice, like the boiler room with PBR meatballs and giardiniera for $4. You can always order whole vegan pies and on Tuesdays get 'em by the slice.
Fun, creative slices like mac and cheese and crab Rangoon make this a Wrigleyville institution. Plus, there are regular vegan slices offered.
This place can do no wrong - great beers and pizza. It's often crowded, so get there early and remember that the wait is worth it.
A favorite - the duck sandwich is amazing, as is the selection of cheese and wine.
Gene's is a Chicago institution - I stock upon different brats and love the pierogis.
Terrific butcher case and sandwiches. Check the shelves for specialty food items you won't find elsewhere in the city.