5 Spiciest Foods at Football Stadiums

Filed in Chile Pepper News by on January 26, 2018

Sports stadiums around the country are getting in on the “foodie” movement by offering high-end and unique menu items, above and beyond the generic hot dogs and nachos of yesteryear. The concession stands are becoming a place where chefs can build their best burger, serve fancy truffle fries, and make lasting impressions with loaded baked potatoes

We’ve made a list of some hot and spicy, yet salivating menu items we can’t wait to try at the next game!


ATT stadium

photo credit: Ron Baselice/Dallas News


AT&T Stadium, The Dallas Cowboys

The Texas Torta is a monster of a sandwich made with beef barbacoa, adobe chicken, and pork carnitas and loaded with jalapenos. As an added bonus you get alongside a large deep-fried jalapeño wrapped in bacon.






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U.S. Bank Stadium, Minnesota Vikings

This may look like your average cheeseburger, but the Vikings 612 Burger (named after the Minneapolis area code) features spicy Sriracha mayonnaise and some extra sharp American cheese





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Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City Chiefs

The Sweet and Spicy Dog gives you the best of both flavor worlds by topping this powerhouse of a hot dog with cilantro slaw, pineapple relish, and spicy Sriracha kettle corn for crunch!





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Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego Chargers

While the San Diego Chargers are moving to Los Angeles, we had to pay tribute to this gem of a burger that included a double patty with melty spicy pepper jack and American cheeses, bacon, lettuce, onion, pickles, chipotle mayonnaise, and jalapeño cheddar cheese curds! We hope they move this amazing burger to the new stadium!





O.CO Coliseum, Oakland Raiders

Oakland was one of the pioneers of the food truck trend and their stadium food shows a real effort to step up the basic offerings. This hot dog is called the Tailgate Dog and is smothered in chili, tons of jalapeños, and the creamiest and dreamiest mac n’cheese you’ve ever tasted.



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