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Excellent takeout/prepared food that keeps well?

rosulate | Aug 15, 201703:50 PM     10

Looking for something that doesn't spill easily and would still taste good unheated, after 8 hours in the fridge plus up to 12 hours of being carried around on a warm day. Price doesn't matter as long as the flavors are interesting. Location wise, Boston proper or Brookline would be great.

Background: I'm going to the US Open next month, leaving Boston at 6AM and returning at midnight the same day, and would prefer not to get in line for overpriced mediocrity at the tournament or leave for meals and miss the action, so it seems best to be able to bring some food with me (and thus miss all of the amazing options in Queens, unfortunately).

Thanks!

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