7 must eat foods at NFL stadiums this football season


Forget about being ready for football. Are you ready to eat? These NFL stadiums must eat football foods are more satisfying than any Hail Mary score.

NFL stadiums are raising their food game this football season. Football fans aren’t just wanting snacks or a beverage. They want bigger, more indulgent, drool-worthy football foods. During this football season, the new food offerings will be filing your Instagram feed as much as your victory celebration.

Recently Aramark released several of its new food offerings for the upcoming football season. This company is the food service provider to many stadiums across the U.S. In addition to innovative items, like a compostable peanut bag, the food service provider focused on creative experiences that will get football and food fans talking.

7 must eat foods at NFL stadiums this football season, photo provided by Aramark

Looking at Aramark’s released food items, here are FoodSided’s must eat foods at NFL stadiums this football season.

Battle Red Tacos (NRG Stadium): Part of taco trios menu, tacos have a big flavor punch thanks to a secret ingredient, Flamin’ Hot Cheetos. The chicken tenders are crusted with the Flamin’ Hot Cheetos. Then, the chicken is topped with Sriracha mayo and mango pico de gallo. This bite is full of spice, but it shouldn’t scare you away. Are you ready to bring the heat?

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Teriyaki Beef Tater Tots (Paul Brown Stadium): Can anyone resist tater tots? This version takes the tots and covers them with teriyaki marinated skirt steak. Add some Asian slaw for crunch and a little Sriracha BBQ sauce for heat and this dish is off the charts. After trying this version of tots, you might not look at plain tater tots the same again.

Kingdom Inferno Chicken Sandwich (Arrowhead Stadium): A few fiery hot peppers can bring a grown man to his knees? If you are up to the challenge, these chicken tenders are paired with Carolina reaper pepper mayo, sliced jalapeno and Buffalo sauce. Sure, there is some pepper jack cheese, but that dairy component might not give you enough relief. Better have some extra milk ready.

Pork Belly Tacos (Soldier Field): Asian inspired dishes seem to be taking over football stadium menus. This taco trio offering serves up Bulgogi marinated braised pork belly. The Korean style grilled meat is topped with daikon and carrot slaw for some crunch. Don’t think that Chicago is just deep dish and Chicago dogs.

7 must eat foods at NFL stadiums this football season, photo provided by Aramark

Tennessee Hot Chicken Mac & Cheese (Arrowhead Stadium): Sometimes you just want a dish of comfort food when your favorite team isn’t having its best game. This mac & cheese adds some iconic Tennessee hot popcorn chicken to the mix. While there isn’t a pickle, this dish is one that can’t be missed.

Chesapeake Tacos (M&T Bank Stadium): One of the classic flavors of the region is Old Bay Seasoning. This taco trio features Old Bay pulled chicken and Maryland crab dip. Why not take these favorite flavors and serve them in a taco form?

Bay Spice Brisket Tacos (Raymond James Stadium): Can you ever go wrong with brisket? This taco trio takes adds some additional southwest flavors with jalapeno slaw and queso fresco. Can you stop at just three tacos?

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Who’s ready for football season? With these must eat football foods at NFL stadiums, this season will be a delicious one. Let’s hope that your team’s season is a winning one too.