10 Best Stadium Eats in the NFL
There aren't many things in life that feel better than joining thousands of screaming football fans in a rowdy stadium cheering on your favorite team at an intense Sunday NFL match-up. The only thing that can top off that wonderful experience is a memorable food purchase from your beloved football stadium that can bring pure bliss while eating every last bite. Here is a list that includes 10 of the best stadium foods in the NFL.
10) M&T Bank Stadium: Pastrami Dog
The Baltimore Ravens will satisfy every meat lover's dream with a hot dog covered in pastrami, coleslaw, and Swiss cheese. Pastrami too? Wow ...
9) Arrowhead Stadium: Sweet & Spicy Dog
The Kansas City Chiefs are sure they will satisfy at least one of your cravings when you sink your teeth into this grilled hot dog complete with cilantro slaw, pineapple relish and Sriracha kettle corn. Sweet, spicy, crunchy and creamy all in one!
8) EverBank Field: Shrimp and Grits
The Jacksonville Jaguars offer a very cultural dish that contains creamy grits, smoked gouda and butterflied shrimp drizzled in creole seasoning. But the best part about your purchase is the trip it saves you to the souvenir store since this dish is served in a Mini Jaguars Helmet!
7) Nissan Stadium: Titan Tots Stak
The Tennessee Titans serve this simple, yet flavor-blasted dish, that starts off with a base of crunchy tater tots and then piled high with pulled pork, scallions, sour cream, pico de gallo, and pickled jalapenos - all drenched in melty cheddar cheese sauce!
6) Soldier Field: Pigskin Dog
The Chicago Bears created a heart-attack waiting to happen but it's worth it! A Vienna hot dog topped with pulled smoked pork shoulder, sriracha mayo, and crispy pork rinds. Nothin' better than eating pigskins while watching them be tossed around.
5) Ralph Wilson Stadium: Yancey's Fancy Grilled Cheese
Nothing defines a classic more than Yancey's Fancy Grilled Cheese. The Buffalo Bills are bringing back your childhood favorite by stacking three grilled cheese sandwiches layered with maple cheddar bacon cheese and skewered by a stick of apple-wood bacon.
4) FedEx Field: Fried Chicken and Velvet Waffles
The Washington Redskins offer this sweet and salty dish that includes fried chicken tenderloins combined with a red velvet waffle that is drizzled in maple syrup and sprinkled with powder sugar. Not only does it satisfy your cravings but it cleverly represents the team colors as well.
3) Metlife Stadium: Global Pies
Both the New York Giants and Jets serve these pies that can be stuffed with ANYTHING. The endless options are what makes this item located towards the top of our list.
2) O.Co Coliseum: Tailgate Dog
The Oakland Raiders created this simple yet delicious 'Tailgate Dog' which includes a frank topped with chili, jalapenos and creamy mac and cheese to top it all off.
1) Ford Field: Michigan Cider filled Doughnut
The Detroit Lions are crowned top dog of our food list, but not with the go-to hot dog you might expect. Detroit wins with their cake-style doughnut covered in bright blue frosting, stuffed with Michigan apple filling and topped with rainbow sprinkles. It is served in a cake box because of its massive size - 9 inches in diameter! Now that's a doughnut!