Best Patriots game day delivery options according to Boston Yelp reviews

The beginning of fall is always a magical time of year in the Hub. The leaves start to change, pumpkin spice flavored everything begin to hit shelves and, best of all, the Patriots are back. That's right, Tom Brady and company are ready for another Super Bowl run, so make sure to keep your Sundays—and a few Thursdays and Mondays—open for the rest of the year. And if you want to take your weekly watch parties up a notch, order up a feast from these awesome game day delivery options based on the best Boston Yelp reviews.


1. El Pelón Taquería

According to Boston Yelp reviews, the top spot to order delivery in the Hub on game day goes to El Pelón Taquería. Cheer on the Pats while feasting on delicious Mexican fare, ranging from fish tacos and steak tortas to carnitas burritos and chicken chimichangas. 92 Peterborough St.,

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El Pelon chef Jose Torres knows the consistency of salsa is key to success. Too runny and there’s no texture for dipping. Too thick and you can’t spread it easily. The fire-roasted salsa ($4) threads that needle and adds a kick from a few different types of peppers—including habaneros—and onions. After the ingredients are roasted, he mixes them in a large container until the texture—and consistency—is just right.





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El Pelón’s status as a cult favorite is reflected by the decor: Both its Fenway and Brighton locations are festooned with fans wearing their El Pelón gear across the globe. When it comes to tacos, El Pelón provides four varieties to choose from: rajas con queso with black beans and roasted poblanos, grilled-steak-and-guac caramelos, grilled chicken americanos, and the hefty fan-pleasing pescado filled with cornmeal-battered cod and chile mayo.


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Show a Boston College student the iconic picture of a mustachioed bald man with a bird on his shoulder, and they’ll almost surely identify the logo of beloved hotspot El Pelón Taqueria. The logo depicts Jim Hoben, the owner of the Commonwealth Ave. restaurant, his wife’s bird, Murray, and a distinguished piece of facial hair.