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Dough Boys Super Bowl Pizza; Williams-Sonoma Market; Beef & Beer at Cafe Spiaggia; V-Day with Charlie Trotter

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LITTLE ITALY—Don't bother prepping food for Sunday, let Dough Boys make you enough 'za for everyone. Their three-yard-long Al Metro pizza, topped with sausage, pepperoni and ground beef, can feed at least 8 to 10 people. Place your order at 312-243-9799. [EaterWire]

GOLD COAST—Pick up some local culinary products and food items at Williams-Sonoma's monthly Artisan's Market this Saturday between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m at 900 N. Michigan Ave. Get pastries from Bennison's Bakery, coffee from Intelligentsia, candy from Salted Caramel and more. [EaterWire]

LINCOLN PARK—Ready to drop some coin on V-Day? Spend an evening with Charlie Trotter at half off through Gilt City. While it's $250 per person, you get a welcome reception with the chef, a two-course culinary demo and a four-course dinner with wine pairings. [GiltCity]

GOLD COAST—Tap the kegs! Cafe Spiaggia will host a beef and beer dinner on Feb. 17 to highlight beef from the Piedmont region of northwest Italy. Chefs Sarah Grueneberg and Tony Mantuano will host a $85 five-course dinner where each course pairs with draught artisanal Italian beers, which just recently were added to the restaurant. [EaterWire]

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