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The cheeseburger fries ($9.75) are topped with chopped-up burger, lettuce, diced onions and tomatoes, bacon, and an egg over-easy all coated in special sauce. Matt Yan/22nd Century Media
The beef on Maevery Public House’s brisket sandwich ($13) is slow-cooked for 15 hours. Kirsten Keller/22nd Century Media
The barbecue pulled pork sandwich ($10) combines slow-cooked, tender pork and tangy, homemade barbecue sauce on a toasted bun. Chris Pullam/22nd Century Media
The giant Bavarian pretzel ($12) is served with mustard and beer cheese at Barrel Crossing, 260 Green Bay Road, Highwood. Courtney Jacquin/22nd Century Media.
Pictured are the duck wings ($9) at Maevery Public House in Lake Bluff.
JP’s Pizza & Grill features pizzettas like the Wise Guy ($14), made with San Marzano tomato sauce, fennel sausage, roasted onions and fresh mozzarella. Eric DeGrechie/22nd Century Media
U Dawg U’s chicken tenders ($6.25 for a six-piece) are lightly-breaded over all-white meat chicken and can make a good appetizer for your next football party. JACQUELINE GLOSNIAK/22ND CENTURY MEDIA
The Grand Food Center’s guacamole and tortilla chips, fried in the store, make for a simple but tasty snack for football watchers. Fouad Egbaria/22nd Century Media
Staff report
5:23 pm CDT September 12, 2016
From high school bleachers to “fronchroom” couches, Chicagoans can never get enough of snacking and football during the fall.