Stadium Eats: Game Day Greats for Football Season

This football season, rush to one of the Food Network sandwich carts, now serving in six NFL stadiums across the country.

Nothing can compare to the taste of victory after cheering your favorite NFL team to a win, but these steak sandwiches come pretty darn close. Experts in the Food Network Kitchens created recipes sure to impress even the most discerning diner, each with the local flavor your home team has come to expect. Here’s a look at what we’re offering:

Signature Pub Style Beef Brisket – All locations
Porter-braised beef brisket topped with cheddar cheese, whole grain mustard and fried onions on a pretzel roll.

Buffalo Brisket – Ralph Wilson Stadium
Porter-braised beef brisket topped with Buffalo sauce, blue cheese and sliced celery on a pretzel roll.

Carolina Bratwurst – Bank of America Stadium

Porter-braised bratwurst topped with pimento cheese and green tomato relish on a pretzel roll.

Chicago Brisket – Soldier Field
Porter-braised beef brisket topped with giardiniera and celery-seed and sport-pepper mayonnaise, on a pretzel roll.

Cleveland Brisket – Cleveland Browns Stadium
Porter-braised beef brisket topped with potato pancake, caramelized onion and horseradish sour cream on a pretzel roll.

New York Brisket – MetLife Stadium

Porter-braised beef brisket topped with sliced pepperoncini and smoked mozzarella on a pretzel roll.

St. Louis Brisket – Edward Jones Dome
Porter-braised beef brisket topped with Provel cheese and Red Hot Riplets on a pretzel roll.

In addition to the brisket, you can also find delicious offerings like sloppy joes, hot hogs and mac and cheese. The signature sloppy joes are a drool-worthy combination of ground beef and slab bacon chunks with slow-cooked tomatoes topped with shredded pepper jack cheese and fried onions. Want potato chips on top of that, too? There are more than 10 toppings available for the sloppy joe sandwich so you can build your own. The hot dogs are topped with baked beans, mustard and corn chips. And don’t forget to grab a side of Buffalo mac and cheese at these stadiums, too: Buffalo, Carolina, Chicago, Cleveland, New York/New Jersey and St. Louis.