Now You Can Order Food From GrubHub to Pair With ‘Game of Thrones,’ ‘Girls,’ and More



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GrubHub partnered with HBO to create delivery options based on hit HBO shows like ‘Game of Thrones,’ ‘Girls,’ and ‘The Sopranos’

A feast for crows turns into a feast for fans.

Have you ever wanted to order delivery but were concerned that your choice of sushi didn’t pair well with your binge-watching marathon of The Sopranos? GrubHub is here to help. GrubHub has partnered with HBO to create menus inspired by your favorite shows.For instance, Game of Thrones fans can find a feast fit for a king, and Girls watchers will be directed toward quinoa-heavy urban hipster favorites. Even defunct shows like The Sopranos are getting in on the action (of course pasta is on the menu).

The concept is a lot simpler than it sounds: GrubHub (and Seamless for New York customers), isn’t actually handcrafting menus. Instead, when you click on a certain TV show on the Dine in and Feast page, you’ll be directed toward restaurants in your area with similar food selections to the preferences of characters on your show. Game of Thrones, of course, redirects toward seafood and steak in the area, while Silicon Valley favors sushi and Californian cuisine.

Also, HBO is offering a free month of HBO NOW streaming for any GrubHub user.


20 awesome board games you may never have heard of

We asked for your favourite board game, and you told us. Thank you. From ancient classics like Chess and Go to more modern staples like Scrabble and Monopoly, we heard all your stories and heeded all your words.

One of you has even made your own space add-on to Risk.

Risk - Home Made Space expansion

Risk was always my favourite board game. I decided to send it into orbit with a home-made space expansion.

Sent via guardian witness

Mirroring the recent rise in gaming’s popularity, there were also some lesser-known titles amid the tributes to the likes of Cluedo and Ludo. Accordingly, we have put together a list of twenty of excellent but slightly lesser-known games suggested by our readers that we either have played and can vouch for their awesomeness, or frankly sound amazing and you should seek out henceforth. There are loads that didn’t quite make the list, but sound brilliant all the same (Bloodbowl anyone?): check out the GuardianWitness assignment to see them all.

Some are rather obscure, others are already hugely popular, and you have our permission to roll your eyes (and then your dice) at us if we’ve mentioned a game that, to you, represents the very peak of gaming obviousness. But remember: not everyone is on the same square. Some people out there are more like the person writing this sentence, who only recently discovered all the magic (:the gathering) he was missing. Please pity the man who only got wood a few short years ago.

So here we are then. From the pretty well known to the rare as dragon’s teeth, here are a bunch of games you should consider playing with your friends, families, and future enemies. Maybe start this weekend? You’ll thank us later.


20 awesome board games you may never have heard of

We asked for your favourite board game, and you told us. Thank you. From ancient classics like Chess and Go to more modern staples like Scrabble and Monopoly, we heard all your stories and heeded all your words.

One of you has even made your own space add-on to Risk.

Risk - Home Made Space expansion

Risk was always my favourite board game. I decided to send it into orbit with a home-made space expansion.

Sent via guardian witness

Mirroring the recent rise in gaming’s popularity, there were also some lesser-known titles amid the tributes to the likes of Cluedo and Ludo. Accordingly, we have put together a list of twenty of excellent but slightly lesser-known games suggested by our readers that we either have played and can vouch for their awesomeness, or frankly sound amazing and you should seek out henceforth. There are loads that didn’t quite make the list, but sound brilliant all the same (Bloodbowl anyone?): check out the GuardianWitness assignment to see them all.

Some are rather obscure, others are already hugely popular, and you have our permission to roll your eyes (and then your dice) at us if we’ve mentioned a game that, to you, represents the very peak of gaming obviousness. But remember: not everyone is on the same square. Some people out there are more like the person writing this sentence, who only recently discovered all the magic (:the gathering) he was missing. Please pity the man who only got wood a few short years ago.

So here we are then. From the pretty well known to the rare as dragon’s teeth, here are a bunch of games you should consider playing with your friends, families, and future enemies. Maybe start this weekend? You’ll thank us later.


20 awesome board games you may never have heard of

We asked for your favourite board game, and you told us. Thank you. From ancient classics like Chess and Go to more modern staples like Scrabble and Monopoly, we heard all your stories and heeded all your words.

One of you has even made your own space add-on to Risk.

Risk - Home Made Space expansion

Risk was always my favourite board game. I decided to send it into orbit with a home-made space expansion.

Sent via guardian witness

Mirroring the recent rise in gaming’s popularity, there were also some lesser-known titles amid the tributes to the likes of Cluedo and Ludo. Accordingly, we have put together a list of twenty of excellent but slightly lesser-known games suggested by our readers that we either have played and can vouch for their awesomeness, or frankly sound amazing and you should seek out henceforth. There are loads that didn’t quite make the list, but sound brilliant all the same (Bloodbowl anyone?): check out the GuardianWitness assignment to see them all.

Some are rather obscure, others are already hugely popular, and you have our permission to roll your eyes (and then your dice) at us if we’ve mentioned a game that, to you, represents the very peak of gaming obviousness. But remember: not everyone is on the same square. Some people out there are more like the person writing this sentence, who only recently discovered all the magic (:the gathering) he was missing. Please pity the man who only got wood a few short years ago.

So here we are then. From the pretty well known to the rare as dragon’s teeth, here are a bunch of games you should consider playing with your friends, families, and future enemies. Maybe start this weekend? You’ll thank us later.


20 awesome board games you may never have heard of

We asked for your favourite board game, and you told us. Thank you. From ancient classics like Chess and Go to more modern staples like Scrabble and Monopoly, we heard all your stories and heeded all your words.

One of you has even made your own space add-on to Risk.

Risk - Home Made Space expansion

Risk was always my favourite board game. I decided to send it into orbit with a home-made space expansion.

Sent via guardian witness

Mirroring the recent rise in gaming’s popularity, there were also some lesser-known titles amid the tributes to the likes of Cluedo and Ludo. Accordingly, we have put together a list of twenty of excellent but slightly lesser-known games suggested by our readers that we either have played and can vouch for their awesomeness, or frankly sound amazing and you should seek out henceforth. There are loads that didn’t quite make the list, but sound brilliant all the same (Bloodbowl anyone?): check out the GuardianWitness assignment to see them all.

Some are rather obscure, others are already hugely popular, and you have our permission to roll your eyes (and then your dice) at us if we’ve mentioned a game that, to you, represents the very peak of gaming obviousness. But remember: not everyone is on the same square. Some people out there are more like the person writing this sentence, who only recently discovered all the magic (:the gathering) he was missing. Please pity the man who only got wood a few short years ago.

So here we are then. From the pretty well known to the rare as dragon’s teeth, here are a bunch of games you should consider playing with your friends, families, and future enemies. Maybe start this weekend? You’ll thank us later.


20 awesome board games you may never have heard of

We asked for your favourite board game, and you told us. Thank you. From ancient classics like Chess and Go to more modern staples like Scrabble and Monopoly, we heard all your stories and heeded all your words.

One of you has even made your own space add-on to Risk.

Risk - Home Made Space expansion

Risk was always my favourite board game. I decided to send it into orbit with a home-made space expansion.

Sent via guardian witness

Mirroring the recent rise in gaming’s popularity, there were also some lesser-known titles amid the tributes to the likes of Cluedo and Ludo. Accordingly, we have put together a list of twenty of excellent but slightly lesser-known games suggested by our readers that we either have played and can vouch for their awesomeness, or frankly sound amazing and you should seek out henceforth. There are loads that didn’t quite make the list, but sound brilliant all the same (Bloodbowl anyone?): check out the GuardianWitness assignment to see them all.

Some are rather obscure, others are already hugely popular, and you have our permission to roll your eyes (and then your dice) at us if we’ve mentioned a game that, to you, represents the very peak of gaming obviousness. But remember: not everyone is on the same square. Some people out there are more like the person writing this sentence, who only recently discovered all the magic (:the gathering) he was missing. Please pity the man who only got wood a few short years ago.

So here we are then. From the pretty well known to the rare as dragon’s teeth, here are a bunch of games you should consider playing with your friends, families, and future enemies. Maybe start this weekend? You’ll thank us later.


20 awesome board games you may never have heard of

We asked for your favourite board game, and you told us. Thank you. From ancient classics like Chess and Go to more modern staples like Scrabble and Monopoly, we heard all your stories and heeded all your words.

One of you has even made your own space add-on to Risk.

Risk - Home Made Space expansion

Risk was always my favourite board game. I decided to send it into orbit with a home-made space expansion.

Sent via guardian witness

Mirroring the recent rise in gaming’s popularity, there were also some lesser-known titles amid the tributes to the likes of Cluedo and Ludo. Accordingly, we have put together a list of twenty of excellent but slightly lesser-known games suggested by our readers that we either have played and can vouch for their awesomeness, or frankly sound amazing and you should seek out henceforth. There are loads that didn’t quite make the list, but sound brilliant all the same (Bloodbowl anyone?): check out the GuardianWitness assignment to see them all.

Some are rather obscure, others are already hugely popular, and you have our permission to roll your eyes (and then your dice) at us if we’ve mentioned a game that, to you, represents the very peak of gaming obviousness. But remember: not everyone is on the same square. Some people out there are more like the person writing this sentence, who only recently discovered all the magic (:the gathering) he was missing. Please pity the man who only got wood a few short years ago.

So here we are then. From the pretty well known to the rare as dragon’s teeth, here are a bunch of games you should consider playing with your friends, families, and future enemies. Maybe start this weekend? You’ll thank us later.


20 awesome board games you may never have heard of

We asked for your favourite board game, and you told us. Thank you. From ancient classics like Chess and Go to more modern staples like Scrabble and Monopoly, we heard all your stories and heeded all your words.

One of you has even made your own space add-on to Risk.

Risk - Home Made Space expansion

Risk was always my favourite board game. I decided to send it into orbit with a home-made space expansion.

Sent via guardian witness

Mirroring the recent rise in gaming’s popularity, there were also some lesser-known titles amid the tributes to the likes of Cluedo and Ludo. Accordingly, we have put together a list of twenty of excellent but slightly lesser-known games suggested by our readers that we either have played and can vouch for their awesomeness, or frankly sound amazing and you should seek out henceforth. There are loads that didn’t quite make the list, but sound brilliant all the same (Bloodbowl anyone?): check out the GuardianWitness assignment to see them all.

Some are rather obscure, others are already hugely popular, and you have our permission to roll your eyes (and then your dice) at us if we’ve mentioned a game that, to you, represents the very peak of gaming obviousness. But remember: not everyone is on the same square. Some people out there are more like the person writing this sentence, who only recently discovered all the magic (:the gathering) he was missing. Please pity the man who only got wood a few short years ago.

So here we are then. From the pretty well known to the rare as dragon’s teeth, here are a bunch of games you should consider playing with your friends, families, and future enemies. Maybe start this weekend? You’ll thank us later.


20 awesome board games you may never have heard of

We asked for your favourite board game, and you told us. Thank you. From ancient classics like Chess and Go to more modern staples like Scrabble and Monopoly, we heard all your stories and heeded all your words.

One of you has even made your own space add-on to Risk.

Risk - Home Made Space expansion

Risk was always my favourite board game. I decided to send it into orbit with a home-made space expansion.

Sent via guardian witness

Mirroring the recent rise in gaming’s popularity, there were also some lesser-known titles amid the tributes to the likes of Cluedo and Ludo. Accordingly, we have put together a list of twenty of excellent but slightly lesser-known games suggested by our readers that we either have played and can vouch for their awesomeness, or frankly sound amazing and you should seek out henceforth. There are loads that didn’t quite make the list, but sound brilliant all the same (Bloodbowl anyone?): check out the GuardianWitness assignment to see them all.

Some are rather obscure, others are already hugely popular, and you have our permission to roll your eyes (and then your dice) at us if we’ve mentioned a game that, to you, represents the very peak of gaming obviousness. But remember: not everyone is on the same square. Some people out there are more like the person writing this sentence, who only recently discovered all the magic (:the gathering) he was missing. Please pity the man who only got wood a few short years ago.

So here we are then. From the pretty well known to the rare as dragon’s teeth, here are a bunch of games you should consider playing with your friends, families, and future enemies. Maybe start this weekend? You’ll thank us later.


20 awesome board games you may never have heard of

We asked for your favourite board game, and you told us. Thank you. From ancient classics like Chess and Go to more modern staples like Scrabble and Monopoly, we heard all your stories and heeded all your words.

One of you has even made your own space add-on to Risk.

Risk - Home Made Space expansion

Risk was always my favourite board game. I decided to send it into orbit with a home-made space expansion.

Sent via guardian witness

Mirroring the recent rise in gaming’s popularity, there were also some lesser-known titles amid the tributes to the likes of Cluedo and Ludo. Accordingly, we have put together a list of twenty of excellent but slightly lesser-known games suggested by our readers that we either have played and can vouch for their awesomeness, or frankly sound amazing and you should seek out henceforth. There are loads that didn’t quite make the list, but sound brilliant all the same (Bloodbowl anyone?): check out the GuardianWitness assignment to see them all.

Some are rather obscure, others are already hugely popular, and you have our permission to roll your eyes (and then your dice) at us if we’ve mentioned a game that, to you, represents the very peak of gaming obviousness. But remember: not everyone is on the same square. Some people out there are more like the person writing this sentence, who only recently discovered all the magic (:the gathering) he was missing. Please pity the man who only got wood a few short years ago.

So here we are then. From the pretty well known to the rare as dragon’s teeth, here are a bunch of games you should consider playing with your friends, families, and future enemies. Maybe start this weekend? You’ll thank us later.


20 awesome board games you may never have heard of

We asked for your favourite board game, and you told us. Thank you. From ancient classics like Chess and Go to more modern staples like Scrabble and Monopoly, we heard all your stories and heeded all your words.

One of you has even made your own space add-on to Risk.

Risk - Home Made Space expansion

Risk was always my favourite board game. I decided to send it into orbit with a home-made space expansion.

Sent via guardian witness

Mirroring the recent rise in gaming’s popularity, there were also some lesser-known titles amid the tributes to the likes of Cluedo and Ludo. Accordingly, we have put together a list of twenty of excellent but slightly lesser-known games suggested by our readers that we either have played and can vouch for their awesomeness, or frankly sound amazing and you should seek out henceforth. There are loads that didn’t quite make the list, but sound brilliant all the same (Bloodbowl anyone?): check out the GuardianWitness assignment to see them all.

Some are rather obscure, others are already hugely popular, and you have our permission to roll your eyes (and then your dice) at us if we’ve mentioned a game that, to you, represents the very peak of gaming obviousness. But remember: not everyone is on the same square. Some people out there are more like the person writing this sentence, who only recently discovered all the magic (:the gathering) he was missing. Please pity the man who only got wood a few short years ago.

So here we are then. From the pretty well known to the rare as dragon’s teeth, here are a bunch of games you should consider playing with your friends, families, and future enemies. Maybe start this weekend? You’ll thank us later.


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