5 tailgating foods you'll wish were at your Super Bowl party
Mike Dinovo / Reuters

Looking to add some regional flavor to your party menu for the big game? Try taking inspiration from these football favorites:

Buffalo wings (Buffalo)

When the owner of Anchor Bar in Buffalo covered some deep-fried wings in Frank's RedHot hot sauce and butter way back in the 1960s, she started a revolution.

Chili (Cincinnati)

There's only one city that pulls off serving its chili over spaghetti. Try the five-way.

Crab cakes (Baltimore)

Take a stroll around M&T Bank Stadium on game day and you'll spot a wide variety of dishes featuring locally sourced crab - none more popular than crab cakes.

Deep-dish pizza (Chicago)

Traveling pizza ovens are becoming a common sight around NFL stadiums on game day. No city builds their pies as uniquely as the folks in Chicago.

Bratwurst (Green Bay)

A record-setting 120-yard brat was prepared outside Lambeau Field prior to a game in 2015 - that's the length of a standard football field. Wisconsinites love their brats.

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