You can’t watch a Saints Game on an empty stomach! Well, you can, but why would you want to? Food complements the viewing experience-and it’s usually one of the few times a person’s diet permits the types of food commonly found at football game parties. No matter if a person is eating from a seat on the 50 yard line of the Super Dome or on a stool at the Jimani, food is as much a part of the plan as the game.
For some the main course must fit the geographical region of the game, whether it’s a Chicago Style Hot Dog from the windy city, Eugene’s Crawfish Pasta from N’awlins’, or a rack of ribs for a game down south. (In California, who knows?) The key to football food is that it shouldn’t detract from the game or the conversation. The best food for football is quick, hearty, and should always be enjoyed with your favorite brew.
Now add 10 Big screen TV’s, A free interactive game that lets you call your favorite teams next play LIVE called QB1 and one of the largest selections of draft and bottled beer in the quarter and you will probably find yourself wondering “why am I not here?”