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Weekend Roundup: Gearing Up For The Big Game!

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FOX 11's food and fun expert Mar Yvette searches the Los Angeles area for some of the best places to eat, drink, shop and have a great time. Featured guests then swarm our FOX Television Center parking lot every Thursday morning between 9am and 10am on Good Day LA, creating a big party as one jam-packed segment known as the Weekend Roundup!

Here's more information about the guests we featured:

Stone Fire Grill
www.stonefiregrill.com | Twitter @stonefiregrill
Looking to feed a group this Sunday for the Big Game? Leave the cooking to Stone Fire Grill, which has locations from Valencia to Orange County. Stone Fire offers to-go packages for less than $10 per person including "The Works" which feeds 20 or more people for $169.99. The package includes four whole chickens (mesquite BBQ or lemon garlic), three whole tri tip roasts, two large 16″ pizzas or four large sides, two large salads of your choice and 36 breadsticks. Call 855.SFG.TOGO and leave the rest to them.

Wild Sports
www.wildsports.com | Twitter: @Wild_Sports
There's no better way to show your team spirit than with games and decorations from Wild Sports, the exclusive manufacturer and leading provider of licensed tailgating & outdoor games and home/office products. Whether you're at the beach, picnic or simply entertaining in your backyard, you can really get the party going with items like the Tailgate Toss XL Shields, Tabletop Toss (perfect for your desk or travel) and Tailgate Table. Touchdown!

EZ Inflatables
www.ez-inflatables.com | Twitter: @EZInflatables
Bigger is better. Just ask EZ Inflatables, creator of the one-of-a-kind Football Experience, a 20-foot tall interactive inflatable with its own field goal and football toss. EZ Inflatables is located here in Southern California and is the leading provider of inflatable jumpers, moonwalks, games, water slides and even snow globes. Visit www.ez-inflatables.com to check out hundreds of options.

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