Tertulia Now Accepting Reservations; Jacob’s Pickles Hires New Chef

You can get Olympic Provisions' Super Bowl package shipped to your door: one pound of frankfurters (five each), one pound of brats (three each), one pound of kielbasa (two each), two salami, and two beer coolies for $80. [Grub Street]

For the first time, Tertulia will accept limited reservations for parties of all sizes at dinner, lunch, and brunch. No fear, though: It's still primarily a walk-in restaurant, and plenty of seats will be held for spontaneous guests. [Grub Street]

Jacob's Pickles has hired a new executive chef, newcomer Robbie Cohen. [Grub Street]

Sugartooth Tours will donate part of its proceeds from its Valentine's Day dessert tour to House of the Roses, a nonprofit that offers homeless and at-risk children free dance workshops. [Grub Street]

Martha's offering a nice Super Bowl package ($210 for four to six people; $350 for eight to ten people) that includes General Tso-glazed fried chicken, sweet brioche buns, and honey-custard pie. All orders come with a six-pack of Narragansett tall boys. The deadline's February 1 at 6 p.m. [Grub Street]

This Sunday, the John Dory Oyster Bar will host an Oysters and Bubbles wine event from 2 to 6 p.m. You'll find $2 oysters, $10 glasses of sparkling wine, and wine directors on hand, schmoozing. [Grub Street]