Last Call: The Takeout achieves its dream of becoming a fashion line

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Last CallLast CallLast Call is The Takeout’s online watering hole where you can chat, share recipes, and use the comment section as an open thread. Here’s what we’ve been reading/watching/listening around the office today.

Look up. All the way up. Scroll to the top of the page. You might notice a little link up there labeled “SHOP.” It’s never been there before, but now, suddenly, it is. And that’s not all: those letters S-H-O-P form a clickable “link” that will transport you to an entirely new webpage—one where you can browse items and buy things. It’s a destination known as a web store, and we hope you enjoy it. Like so many great publications to come before it, The Takeout is now among the merchandised. What a thing!

We’re proud of what we’ve got (literally) in store for you, particularly this mug, and this pair of shirts. And at a time of tremendous uncertainty in the food world, whether it’s the closure of restaurants or the strain on the supply chain, we wanted to offer our readers a way to help the cause. That’s why our inimitable art department has designed the defining shirt of our era.

Illustration for article titled Last Call: iThe Takeout/i achieves its dream of becoming a fashion line

When you buy our “Wash Those Hands” shirt (available in multiple colors), 30% of the proceeds will go to Feeding America, which currently has a dedicated COVID-19 Response Fund to combat food insecurity nationwide. And while we think that this handy guide to hand-washing is particularly poignant right now, let’s face it: washing your hands before enjoying a nice hot dog sandwich should be the standard procedure at the best of times. So take a look around the shop, and most importantly of all, find ways to enjoy your weekend.

Marnie Shure is editor in chief of The Takeout.

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Typically I frown on this kind of advertising, but “The Takeout” print is very modest and you aren’t a $22 billion purveyor of crap like Nike. The Takeout does good in this world. I would accept the “It’s a Sandwich” as a gift (cause I’m cheap). That tote is gloriously big and the design is very spiffy. But I can tell that the construction isn’t good because I have made my own. All in all, it’s a good idea and I hope you sell tons.

Wine glasses, beverage koozies, aprons, bumper stickers, and other food-related items?