Eagles specials filling Philadelphia menus

Chef Marc Vetri, with his 12-week-old mastiff/lab puppy Vinny, had his beard dyed green in tribute to the Philadelphia Eagles at Cynergy Hair Salon, 1527 South St.

Philadelphia foodies are all in on the Eagles.

It’s not just chef Marc Vetri, who has dyed his beard in honor of the Birds going to the Super Bowl.

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Restaurants and eateries around the region are adding special green, and tongue-in-cheek menu items, like the greased-pole doughnut at Dottie’s Donuts and the Under Dog from Mac Mart, a beef hot dog under seven-cheese mac and cheese, which will be available Thursday and Friday.

Also on the city’s menu?

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The Super Bowl ramen from At Ramen in Manayunk.

The Super Bowl ramen from At Ramen in Manayunk has mild spicy sesame broth, ground pork, roast pork, soy-flavored organic egg, pork dumpling, kale ramen noodle, bean sprouts, cabbage, bok choy, pickled ginger, and sesame seed ($15).

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The #FlyEaglesFly waffle at Waffatopia.

Waffatopia, meanwhile, has added a #FlyEaglesFly mint chocolate chip waffle, “inspired by the white, black and green colors of the Eagles uniforms,” Brian Polizzi said. It can be ordered on its own or as an Eagles Sundae, with whipped cream, vanilla ice cream and chocolate sauce.

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