Chicken and waffles served with maple syrup in a pipette, shown at Levy's test kitchen in Streeterville, were a unanimous hit and will be on the 2024 Super Bowl menu. (Eileen T. Meslar/Chicago Tribune/Tribune News Service via Getty Images)
It looks like Super Bowl LVIII is set to have an exquisite lineup of lavish food offerings—but only a few attendees will have access to some of the fancier menu items.
On Wednesday, Feb. 7, the food options for those sitting in luxury suites at the big game on Sunday, Feb. 11, were revealed, as Allegiant Stadium is partnering with the Las Vegas Raiders and Levy Restaurants to create an unforgettable dining experience for this year's guests.
Though some things will only be served to those sitting in VIP suites, there are plenty of delicious options for everyone.
Levy Restaurants began teasing some game-day menu items on social media earlier this week. In a Feb. 6 Instagram post, the restaurant group shared an enticing photo of a plate of Surf and Turf Nachos, described as “an over-the-top combination of wagyu tenderloin, lobster, queso blanco, and pico de Gallo.”
Levy Restaurants later shared a snapshot of its footlong Wagyu Loaded Hot Dog, which comes covered in onion and banana peppers.
The Surf and Turf Nachos and Wagyu Loaded Hot Dog will both be available to all as specialty dishes at Allegiant Stadium’s concessions stands, as will the Ultimate Seafood Stuffed Potato with Mac & Cheese and the “Sunday Sundae” Griddled Donut, a giant donut covered in ice cream, marshmallow, spun sugar and sprinkles. The stadium’s traditional $2.99 hot dogs, nachos and sodas will also be available at concessions stands, and the stadium’s cocktail menu is expanding for the big game to include three specialty drinks: the First and Tequila, the Sin City Sour and The Rumming Back.
But those who are lucky enough to snag a seat in one of the stadium’s luxury suites will have even more delectable party fare to choose from. Shrimp cocktail towers, wagyu tenderloin, king crab fried rice and even buttermilk fried chicken with syrup and waffles will be offered. Lobster, steak, gruyere and tenderloin quesadillas will also be on the menu, as will dessert items like the Hot Dog Macaron and specialty Super Bowl chocolate boxes.
Those attending the game in person will have many mouthwatering menu items to choose from, and with four days remaining until the big game, there’s still plenty of time for ticket holders to make their game-day food plans.