Super Bowl Food Face-Off

Put the football aside for one moment and decide – which team's hometown has the better food?

As if the big game wasn’t enough excitement, we’re placing the teams’ hometowns head-to-head in a culinary battle. Put the football aside for one moment and decide – who’s got the better food?

New York City

The home of the Giants (though they technically reside in New Jersey) is a melting pot of flavors and cultures.

Bagels

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Pizza

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Dim Sum

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Cheesecake

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New England

Massachusetts, the homeland of the Patriots, also has some wicked good food to choose from.

New England Clam Chowder

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Lobster Rolls
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Baked Beans

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Boston Cream Pie

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Tell Us: Which team's hometown gets your vote for best food?
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