Let chef Lee Ann Whippen and her industrial-grade smoker do the work with one of her take-home barbecue packages. The Smoke House ($150) includes pulled pork and chicken, The Pitmaster ($200) features sliced Kobe brisket, and The Grand Champion ($225) includes St. Louis or babyback ribs with a choice of two pulled meats. Each comes with two sides and two sauces, honey butter cornbread and pickles.
Tailgate with the help of this all-American restaurant. Their take-out package ($45), designed to feed up to four people, features blue cheese fondue chips, beef sliders, jumbo chicken drummettes and lobster quesadillas. Or dine in on Dr. Pepper-barbecue babyback ribs at the American-flag-covered restaurant.
Howells And Hood
While the boys are battling it out on the field, chefs will be battling in the kitchen for a chili cook-off. Chef Scott Walton challenged six guest chefs to create a chili flight for $15. Guests will have the chance to vote for their favorite chili while watching the game at the Mag Mile bar.