With the biggest football game of the year coming up fast, it’s time to get excited—and to start planning what your game-day plans are going to be. Ensure that you’re ready with this guide, including information about when and where the game is, as well as where to get the best food to eat while you’re watching the game.
Before you make your plans to watch the Big Game, you need to have all your information straight. Know exactly when and where to be with this quick game-day rundown:
When is the Game? – Sunday, February 5th, 2018
Where is the Game? – U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, MN
Who’s Performing at Halftime? – Justin Timberlake
How Much are Game Tickets? – At least $4,000
Where to Order Your Game-Day Eats From
Now that you know what day to plan for and what you can expect in terms of entertainment, it’s time to think about where to get the best food to eat while you’re watching the game. Lucky for those living in and around Nashville, Gallatin, and Madison, you have a few great places to choose from.
Below, you can learn more about Campione’s, Chubb’s Sports Bar and BBQ, and Prince Street Pizza & Pub.
Campione’s Taste of Chicago
Chicago is known for its food. It was the Campione family’s love for this food that inspired the conceptualization of this restaurant with its extensive menu. Along with an array of Chicago-style hot dogs and famous Mama’s flatbread pizzas, Campione’s Taste of Chicago serves up hearty “samiches” that are fit for a huge football game. Snag one of their beef kits with fixins like gravy and peppers the Saturday before because they enjoy football as much as you and will be home to watch it.
Chubb’s Sports Bar and BBQ
When you’re glued to one game and don’t need to worry about flipping channels, getting a little messy with some top-notch BBQ may be the way to go. At Chubb’s Sports Bar and BBQ, you can order by the meal or by the pound. Whichever you choose, you can count on it being finger-lickin’ good. Snag a pound of pulled pork or brisket for your bunch to share, and don’t forget the sides and fixins like red skin potato salad, fried corn nuggets, and Tabasco slaw.
Prince Street Pizza & Pub
Prince Street Pizza & Pub specializes in craft—craft beer and hand-crafted artisan pizzas. A trip to the pub itself will provide you with a choice of more than 50 beers to pair with more than 10 unique specialty pizzas, including the Cheeseburgular, which gives you the best of both worlds. It comes topped with beef, cheddar cheese, onions, dill pick chips, and a mustard drizzle.