What’s on the Menu at the Super Bowl?

MetLife Stadium chef Eric Borgia has a few tricks up his sleeve
Eric Borgia

Tacos Raqueros will be serving some delicious-looking burritos.

New York City is gearing up for the Super Bowl, which will be played at MetLife Stadium, located just outside the city in New Jersey, on February 2. While the 82,000-plus fans in attendance will certainly be able to load up on hundreds of their stadium favorites, MetLife Stadium’s executive chef, Eric Borgia, has taken the time to dream up more than 20 new culinary offerings just for the occasion. If you happen to be one of the lucky few who scored tickets, here’s what you can expect:

New Concessions Offerings
NY Deli: Hot corned beef hoagie
Tacos Raqueros: Three meat burrito bowl
Nonna Fusco’s:  Roast pork & broccoli rabe
Nonna Fusco’s:  Eggplant, tomato and ricotta salata jumbo rice balls
End Zone Bar & Grill: Parmesan garlic chili wings
Lucky’s Asian Street Food:  Pork and chicken steamed buns With pickled slaw and sriracha aioli
Wing Bar: Served with Buffalo, Parmesan-garlic, and General Tso sauces
Classic: Buffalo chicken grilled cheese

New Club Concession Level Offerings
New York artichoke & spinach pizza
Junior’s cheesecake
Fulton seafood combo
Nonna Fusco’s: Homemade cheese ravioli
Housemade fresh mozzarella tapas plate
Surf & turf hoagie: sliced beef tenderloin and garlic shrimp with peppercorn demi-glace
Blue crab cake on split top bun with pickled baby bok choy, lemon aioli
Camarones al ajillo: garlic shrimp with chili peppers and Jasmine rice
ABC Cocina: Chipotle chicken and beef short rib tacos
Pho soup bar
Chicken sausage and Tuscan kale sandwich

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Sounds pretty delicious!