Here’s Where to Get the Best NFL Stadium Food

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo in 2017. Photo by Valerie Shoaps/CSM/REX/Shutterstock (9301241h)

Along with watching the game, a huge part of the experience at stadiums is the food and drinks. Over the years, NFL stadiums have made their foods much more exciting, with each stadium trying to offer the next best thing. While some of these foods stay true to their local roots, others stick to the classics. These are the top five NFL stadium foods.

Burger Benedict: M&T Bank Stadium

Home to the Baltimore Ravens, this stadium offers the burger benedict, a juicy burger with a fried egg, ham, and cheese served on an English muffin.

Chicken and Waffle Sandwich: CenturyLink Field

Chicken and waffles are even better when served in a sandwich, which is what the Seattle Seahawks’ stadium does. Fried chicken is sandwiched between two waffles and doused in maple syrup.

Donut Burger: Raymond James Stadium

When it comes to over-the-top dishes, nothing is quite like this donut burger served at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ stadium. Instead of the buns, glazed donuts replace them and there’s even bacon and a fried egg in the burger.

Dessert Nachos: Ford Field

When we think of nachos, typically beans, cheese, ground meat, sour cream, and guacamole come to mind, but these nachos served at the home of the Detroit Lions are of the dessert variety. They include Nutella, chocolate cherry sauce, sprinkles, and whipped cream. 

Dungeness Crab Pretzel: Levi’s Stadium

The San Francisco 49ers serve an amazing crab meat, chives, Dijon mustard, and garlic aioli in between a pretzel baguette at their stadium, which will keep you feeling full throughout the game.