Stadium Eats: Make Customers Feel Like They’re at the Super Bowl

aramark superbowl drink

Not everyone can pay the nearly $7,000 ticket price to watch the Patriots and Eagles face off in the Super Bowl on Feb. 4. That means at-home viewers will be missing out on the park eats at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis on game day. Aramark, the stadium’s foodservice contractor, created a menu that honors New England, Philadelphia and the host city with the help of culinary partners such as celebrity chef and Minnesota native Andrew Zimmern. The 15 new menu items for the game include portable sandwiches, shareable snacks and specialty cocktails.

Give customers a taste of Super Bowl 52 with some limited-time offers inspired by the official menu of the big game ...

For Patriots fans


Clams are quintessential New England, so the stadium will be offering a New England Clam Roll. The grilled roll is stuffed with kettle chip-crusted clams, house tartar sauce and shredded lettuce. Fans of the red, white and blue team can wash down their seafood specialty with a Wicked Red cocktail. The simple beverage combines cranberries, blueberries and rum.

For Eagles fans

philly roast pork sandwich

Instead of an obvious cheesesteak, the stadium opted for a South Philly Roast Pork Sandwich. Italian roast pork tops a hoagie with sauteed broccoli rabe and provolone cheese. The sandwich is paired with a Midnight Green Punch, which is made with vodka, sour apple and lemon-lime soda.

The local fare

walleye chowder

Spectators can also sample classic cuisine from the Twin Cities. The Sota Dog offer’s the state’s take on a Vienna beef hot dog. It features tater tots, chive sour cream and paprika. For a more rustic flavor profile, fennel-marinated pork shoulder, arugula, lemon, aged provolone and broccoli rabe come together for the Northwoods Porketta Sandwich. Fans can also warm up with Walleye Chowder, paying tribute to the state fish and state grain, wild rice.