Great Food at an NFL game?

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2016/11/30 10:42:18 (permalink)

Great Food at an NFL game?

When they started building the new stadium in Atlanta for the Falcons it was promised that it would be world class and affordable once you were there. They are putting in some really good local favorites as food choices and promise to keep the prices in line with the brick and mortar locations. It's going to be quite an experience. I cant wait.
http://atlanta.eater.com/...e-fox-bros-iberian-pig
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    lleechef
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    Re: Great Food at an NFL game? 2016/11/30 11:20:51 (permalink)
    Heinz Field in Pittsburgh has great food too.  But how the hell are you gonna eat a Primanti Bros. sandwich or a bucket of Quaker Steak wings while furiously twirling your Terrible Towel? 
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    Re: Great Food at an NFL game? 2016/11/30 11:31:18 (permalink)
    lleechef
    Heinz Field in Pittsburgh has great food too.  But how the hell are you gonna eat a Primanti Bros. sandwich or a bucket of Quaker Steak wings while furiously twirling your Terrible Towel? 


    A very valid point^^^^^
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    Re: Great Food at an NFL game? 2016/11/30 12:22:19 (permalink)
    Please tell me that the product Primanti's serves at their brick & mortar locations differs from the gawdawdul dreck they sell at Heinz & PNC.
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    Re: Great Food at an NFL game? 2016/11/30 12:35:00 (permalink)
    JRPfeff
    Please tell me that the product Primanti's serves at their brick & mortar locations differs from the gawdawdul dreck they sell at Heinz & PNC.

    Couldn't tell ya because I never had a Primanti sandwich at either place!  For me there's only one place to get one and that's at the original location in the Strip.  I have been to two other locations and it's just not the same.  Besides, I do not want food stains on my Terrible Towel! 
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    Re: Great Food at an NFL game? 2016/11/30 12:40:50 (permalink)
    What kind of nut eats anything other than a hot dog at a ball game?
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    Re: Great Food at an NFL game? 2016/11/30 13:52:05 (permalink)
    In Wisconsin a bratwurst is an acceptable extension of the Hot Dog Principle, just like a Polish sausage, Italian sausage, or Italian combo would qualify in Chicago.
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    Re: Great Food at an NFL game? 2016/11/30 16:59:15 (permalink)
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    In Wisconsin a bratwurst is an acceptable extension of the Hot Dog Principle, just like a Polish sausage, Italian sausage, or Italian combo would qualify in Chicago.


    I could handle one of those at a game.
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    Re: Great Food at an NFL game? 2016/11/30 17:28:36 (permalink)
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    In Wisconsin a bratwurst is an acceptable extension of the Hot Dog Principle, just like a Polish sausage, Italian sausage, or Italian combo would qualify in Chicago.


    I can accept bratwurst in Wisconsin (although Bucyrus, Ohio IS the Bratwurst Capital of America), and maybe Polish sausage, too. And while Italian sausage is my personal favorite sausage it won't cut it as an acceptable substitute for a hot dog at a ball game. As to an Italian combo, well, I have no idea what that might be. 
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    Re: Great Food at an NFL game? 2016/11/30 19:30:09 (permalink)
    Michael Hoffman
    What kind of nut eats anything other than a hot dog at a ball game?


    I am
    When I went to the Giants Ravens game in Baltimore, I had a crab cake!
     
     
    (This was 4 years ago!)
    post edited by Greymo - 2016/11/30 19:33:18
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    Re: Great Food at an NFL game? 2016/11/30 20:58:11 (permalink)
     Officially nuts. Unless it was a G&M crab cake, and then you are officially lucky.
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    Re: Great Food at an NFL game? 2016/12/01 00:33:50 (permalink)
    If you Tailgate properly, You don't need any overpriced "Inside" Food!

    post edited by Foodbme - 2016/12/01 00:39:35
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    Re: Great Food at an NFL game? 2016/12/01 17:19:02 (permalink)
    That's not tailgating. That's just a casual cookout and beer bust. Tailgating requires a station wagon (Woodie, of course), a straw picnic basket, crustless tea sandwiches, Martinis, and properly attired people, including chrysanthemums in the buttonholes of the women's double-breasted camelhair coats
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    Re: Great Food at an NFL game? 2016/12/01 17:45:53 (permalink)
    Those days are gone forever!
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    Re: Great Food at an NFL game? 2016/12/01 18:14:34 (permalink)
    Never!
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    Re: Great Food at an NFL game? 2016/12/01 18:56:57 (permalink)
    This is his idea of a tailgate party.

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    Re: Great Food at an NFL game? 2016/12/01 19:30:01 (permalink)
    Nope. No raccoon coats. Just tan Camels hair topcoats over three-button navy blazers, gray flannel slacks, tan buck shoes, button down J. Press shirts and rep ties. Hats optional.
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    Re: Great Food at an NFL game? 2016/12/01 20:11:21 (permalink)
    What Mr.Hoffman described is how my parents tailgated at Ann Arbor.
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    Re: Great Food at an NFL game? 2016/12/01 22:13:49 (permalink)
    Oh, come on!  Even I had a raccoon coat!!
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    Re: Great Food at an NFL game? 2016/12/02 00:15:13 (permalink)
    lleechef
    Oh, come on!  Even I had a raccoon coat!!


    Too Hot for Raccoon Coats out here!
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