Dallas Cowboys will sell barbecue, margaritas, fajitas for delivery or pickup during pandemic

If you aren’t going to AT&T Stadium in Arlington for a Dallas Cowboys game this year, AT&T Stadium can come to you. The new AT&T Stadium At Home program is selling group-sized portions of gameday food, available for delivery or pick-up the day before the Dallas Cowboys play.

The idea is to “enjoy the spirit and traditional flavors of AT&T Stadium” even during an atypical football season that has shifted during the coronavirus pandemic, says AT&T Stadium’s Director of Food and Beverage George Wasai in a statement.

The Texas Rangers’ concessions company launched a similar initiative for baseball fans.

Customers who order Cowboys food at home can pick packages, like the $300 Texas Barbecue bundle that feeds four to six people. Items include brisket, sausage, bacon-wrapped jalapeño chicken bites, green bean casserole, truffle mac and cheese, Cowboys cupcakes and more.

The $240 Grand Cantina package that feeds four to six includes chicken fajitas, beef barbacoa served with corn tortillas, chips and salsa, borracho beans and more.

The Sunday Fun Day package from AT&T Stadium comes stocked with roast beef sandwiches, prime rib, french onion dip, scallion-cheddar mashed potatoes and more. It’s the most expensive tailgate package, with prices ranging from $360 to $1,200 depending on the number of people served.(HEATHER SINESE)

All packages can be upsized, for an upcharge: It’s $1,200 for the Sunday Fun Day package. It serves 16 to 20 people.

Other eye-popping prices include a 32-ounce serving of gummy bears for $70 and 32 ounces of peanut M&Ms for $65.

Customers can also order large supplies of popular items, like a tray of brisket mac and cheese cones or Cowboys cheesesteaks. Both cost $75 and feed four to six people.

For the first time, the concessions group will deliver its Cowboyrita, a margarita mixed with Hornitos Tequila that is exclusive to the Dallas Cowboys. A quart costs $45. Anyone ordering alcohol is required to order food.

AT&T Stadium will continue to sell concessions inside the stadium for those who attend games. Jerry Jones has said he believes AT&T Stadium’s open-air roof is a safe option during COVID-19. Fans inside the stadium will find a refreshed food menu that includes a pork belly burger, Cheetos mac and cheese balls, a quinoa salad, a chicken-and-waffle sandwich and more.

The Cowboys open the 2020 season on Sunday at the Los Angeles Rams. Their first home game is Sept. 20 against Atlanta.

Orders for delivery or pick-up must be placed by noon three days before game day. Delivery costs $15.

For more food news, follow Sarah Blaskovich on Twitter at @sblaskovich.

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