Football Fare For Foodies: Jets Game-Day Eats at the Meadowlands

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What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the words “New York Jets”? Gang Green? Misplaced hope? Whatever it is, food at the Meadowlands probably didn’t top the list. But maybe it should have. The Jets, in partnership with in-house executive chef Camilo Baquero, are offering food during football games at the Meadowlands that will not only fuel you through the game, but that’s totally worth the trip—and might even be the stuff of dreams after you’ve finished. Don’t believe us? Take a look at the fare below:

Just want a little nibble? The P3 Sampler from the Barbeque Shack is not for you. But if you’re in need of something hearty, this platter with pulled pork, smoked sausage and slab bacon is sure to give you the energy you need to sustain you through four quarters of J-E-T-S Jets Jets Jets! Coleslaw, pickles and cornbread are your “veggie servings.”


Food at the Meadowlands goes global at Global Pies. Savory ingredients from around the world are packed into an empanada and fried up fresh. Even better, and new this year, stick around for dessert with your choice of a S’mores or a Brandy Apple pie. Or get one of each. We won’t judge.

Know what’ll make you feel better when the Jets lose? Grater Mac and Cheese. Know how you celebrate when they win? You got it. Grater Mac and Cheese. You can get your favorite comfort food four ways here: All American with caramelized onions and ground beef, Mexi Veg with charred corn and hot peppers, Meat Lovers and, of course, the 3-cheese Melting Pot.


Nothing has been hotter on the food scene this year than poke bowls, and now you can get this popular food at the Meadowlands. Sushi Station’s Soy Kitchen is serving up make-your-own poke bowls, crispy shrimp burritos and salmon dynamite so you can get your sushi fix even on Sunday.

You’re sort of craving Asian, but you really want something Greek. Satisfy all your taste buds with the intriguing gyro fried rice bowl at Stadium Gyro. Or go straight-up Greek with their chicken and beef gyros, salad, skewers and spanakopita.

You’re walking around, trying to find food at the Meadowlands, and you come across a place called The Fat Rooster, and you know the food can’t be anything but delicious. Then you try the hot sauce and buttermilk brined fried chicken sandwich with sweet pickles, apple cider slaw and honey aioli on a Hawaiian bun with a side of loaded or topped fries, and you realize that no matter how the Jets do, you’re going home a winner.

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