San Francisco 49ers first Levi’s Stadium playoff menu scores a win

Gold Leaf Wrapped Tomahawk Chop, photo provided by San Francisco 49ers
Gold Leaf Wrapped Tomahawk Chop, photo provided by San Francisco 49ers /

Heading to see the San Francisco 49ers in the first Levi’s Stadium playoff game on Sunday? The limited-edition playoff menu is a feast that cannot be missed.

As the San Francisco 49ers prepare for the Minnesota Viking, the first Levi’s Stadium playoff menu is as exciting as the battle on the gridiron. Throughout the regular season, Levy, Levi’s Stadium hospitality partner, has elevated the food offerings. From specialty dishes based on opponents to the impressive regular season menu, the food made the whole game time experience even more memorable.

With a huge playoff game this weekend, Levy created a special playoff menu to celebrate the season and spur the 49ers to another impressive victory. The menu features a spin on traditional football fare. The twists balance the familiar, new and fun all in a single bite.

Here are some of the highlights from San Francisco 49ers Levi’s Stadium playoff menu.

Loaded Big Kid Dog

Sometimes it is good to feel like a kid again. This Loaded Big Kid Dog is smothered with mac and cheese. Then, it is covered with Flamin’ Hot Cheetos dust (aka Cheetle). Can you handle this big boy bite?

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Fritos Cheesy Elote Nachos, photo provided by San Francisco 49ers /

Fritos® Cheesy Elote Nachos

Any sporting event is required to sell some tasty nachos. These nachos are bursting with big, bold flavors. From roasted corn to jalapeños and Tostitos’s cheese sauce and cotija cheese, there are so many layers of flavors and textures. Don’t forget the Flamin’ Hot Cheetos dust, too. Your fingers will be a tell-tale sign.

Loaded Tots

Can anyone resist tater tots? While pizza tots might be trending, these pulled Buffalo chicken tots are definitely loaded. The jalapeno cheese sauce kicks up the spice level even more. If you can handle the heat, don’t forget there’s some Frank’s Red Hot Sauce too. Make sure to have a cold beverage on hand.

Loaded Bulgogi Pork Nacho

For a globally inspired dish, these nachos are overflowing with delicious pulled Korean barbecue pork. With helping of kimchi and a dollop of gochujang cream, these nachos could become your Super Bowl must have.

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Dungeness Crab Sammy, photo provided by San Francisco 49ers /

Dungeness Crab Sammy

The city by the bay has to have a seafood option on the playoff menu. This Dungeness Crab Sammy combined Old Bay with lemon and chives. The buttered roll makes it the ultimate game day indulgence.

Of course, the San Francisco 49ers understand that some fans might want a cocktail for toasting another 49ers score. In addition to the special souvenir cup available at the game, there is a special cocktail for the playoff game menu.

Available in the Citrix Owners Club and BNY Mellon East and West Clubs, the special cocktail is perfect for this game. The Blood Orange Old Fashioned blends the fresh blood orange juice with rosemary syrup and honey. It is a lovely blend of sweet and herbaceous. Just sip wisely.

For those guests lucky enough to be in the club section, there is a wide variety of specialty foods. From the gold leaf crusted Tomahawk chop to the custom 49ers gold popcorn, these specialty items are definitely playoff worthy.

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San Francisco 49ers playoffs menu, photo provided by San Francisco 49ers /

While the ultimate outcome will come after four quarters of play, the San Francisco 49ers are definitely winning with this Levi’s Stadium playoff menu. Wonder what will be created if the 49ers make it to the NFC Championship?

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Which special dish do you want to try? What is your favorite football game day food?