Super Bowl Food Celebrity Super Sighting at the Bud Light Hotel

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OMG! Lots of Super Bowl parties going on in Dallas--right now--and oh-so-many celebs. We're combing through the photos from The Bud Light Hotel and the F.I.G.: not exactly foodie celeb heaven. Except a couple from last night's Playboy Super Bowl party.

Well, two if you count Iron Chef Marc Forgione's awesome mohawk.

And hey, it's the Subway guy (after the jump)! You know, Jared! You can feel your anxious desire to scope food celebrities disappearing, right?

Here's to hoping one of our photographers captures a fleeting image of Bobby Flay or Jose Garces to give us another food-celeb fix.

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