Philly Donut Shop Fires First Pre-Super Bowl Shot

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PHILADELPHIA (WBZ-AM) -- The first pre-Super Bowl shot has been fired by a donut shop in Philly--and you know things are getting serious when food starts getting banned.

"We are not serving any more Boston Cream," Liz, a baker at Dottie's Donuts, told WBZ NewsRadio 1030's Carl Stevens Tuesday. "Nor will we be serving any other New England-themed treats here until the Eagles win the Super Bowl--which they will."

"We know what Philadelphians want, and they don't want any Boston right now," she said.

As an alternative, they're selling a "Cream Boston" donut, and offering a "Greasey Pole" donut--a reference to this tweet:

Liz said the order extends to other New England-centric foods.

"The clam chowder, we obviously can't bring that in here," she said. "Those Boston baked bean candy things, no more."

Dottie's also has offered free coffee and donuts to any member of the Eagles who stops in.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030's Carl Stevens reports

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