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"Alcohol-infused gourmet cupcakes, sold at the Atlanta Falcons’ Georgia Dome for $37.50 to $40 per dozen. Sales stop at the end of the third quarter in hopes of preventing the always-dreadful cupcake crapulence."

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http://www.observer-reporter.com/article/20150526/COLUMN0303/150529616#.VWW2K89Viko

Hugo’s Boss Burger ($75): 14 meat patties, cheddar, bacon, lettuce and mushrooms, totaling 8 pounds, sold at the Charlotte Hornets’ arena blink.pngFOURTEEN patties??? emot-worship.gif

The seventh-inning stretch will never be the same:

“Take me out to the ballgame, wheel me out at the end.

Buy me some Bromo or Prilosec; I don’t care if I really get sick.

Let me eat, eat, eat at the home game; a few more beers, if you please

For it’s one, two, three sides of fries and a tub of cheese.” laugh.png

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I was in sec 132 for three years before moving up into the 300s the last two years and my biggest gripe is that all the food options that are available in the lower level aren't available in the upper level. They should either make it available uo there or allow anyone with a ticket to access the concessions in the lower levels.

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I was in sec 132 for three years before moving up into the 300s the last two years and my biggest gripe is that all the food options that are available in the lower level aren't available in the upper level. They should either make it available uo there or allow anyone with a ticket to access the concessions in the lower levels.

The new stadium will probably have drones delivering food after ordering from your cell phone

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I worked for the company that does the catering for the Dome, the GWCC, and Phillips for a few months when I first moved back to Atlanta. They have some good stuff. They are really trying to bring some good local farm to table stuff to the new Stadium when it opens. It's going to be pretty awesome. Expensive, but good. We'll have some of the best stadium food in the country.

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I worked for the company that does the catering for the Dome, the GWCC, and Phillips for a few months when I first moved back to Atlanta. They have some good stuff. They are really trying to bring some good local farm to table stuff to the new Stadium when it opens. It's going to be pretty awesome. Expensive, but good. We'll have some of the best stadium food in the country.

Is that Delaware North that does their concessions ?

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Is that Delaware North that does their concessions ?

No, Levy Restaurants. The cool thing is they have shifted to working with regional food distributors and local restaurants to give the stadiums a local flavor as opposed to every stadium they cover across the country selling the same stuff.

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No, Levy Restaurants. The cool thing is they have shifted to working with regional food distributors and local restaurants to give the stadiums a local flavor as opposed to every stadium they cover across the country selling the same stuff.

That's a great idea! I worked for Delaware North for 6 years and the concessions had SOME local food, but mostly the same old stuff.

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That's a great idea! I worked for Delaware North for 6 years and the concessions had SOME local food, but mostly the same old stuff.

Yeah, it's really good to see the industry moving to local farm to table stuff as opposed to the big frozen processed crap it had been churning out.

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Levy is pretty meh in my opinion. Just went to a Sounders game at CenturyLink and the tenders and fries I had blew away anything I've ever consumed in my years as a season ticket holder.

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We still haven't seen the drunk cupcake rant I was so looking forward to last year.

Consider this a challenge TATF.I know one of you has it in you.

If god forbid someone got behind a wheel and was pulled over they could say no if the officer asked if they had been drinking. "I wuz jus ad da Falcon game eatin' cupcakes ocifer!".

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I don't think you could get drunk off a cupcake and still be considered a man. Why would a man be eating a cupcake during football to begin with

I sort of agree. At least if someone tried to revoke your man card you could say that there is booze in it.

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I don't think you could get drunk off a cupcake and still be considered a man. Why would a man be eating a cupcake during football to begin with

You hush your mouth/keyboard.I've been looking forward to the drunk cupcake post too long for you to come along and dissuade the brave tatfer among us.
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