Let’s face it: If you have the money to go to the Super Bowl then price is of little concern to you. Spending $20 on a beer feels like nothing when it spent $3,000 to sit in the stands — but still, the concessions prices of the game have always been out of control.
Las Vegas was always going to go big, and the prices reflect that as well.
I have some big problems with the menu, only insofar that it doesn’t represent either city at all. I’m not going to complain about a hot dog with pulled pork on it, but pork BBQ isn’t a Kansas City thing at all. Chili isn’t a San Francisco thing when it comes to the amazing Mexican food available there either.
The drinks, well, they are what they are. Here’s a full menu of everything if you want to feel a little better about being at home instead of the game.
HOLD ON A DAMN SECOND…
COORS LIGHT IS CONSIDERED A “PREMIUM DRAFT”?
I have absolutely no problem with Coors Light. To be honest, it’s my go-to “beach soda” for the summer when I plan to sit outside and drink like 10 of them in an afternoon. There is absolutely nothing I could consider “premium” about the experience.
This is somehow even worse than the prices.