4 Steps to Throwing the Best Tailgate Party

With fall right around the corner, we’re about to hit football season, both college and NFL. And you know what that means. Time to tailgate. So how do you throw the best tailgate party? Here’s a few tips to help.

  1. Have a game plan

Research your venue ahead of time. A lot of stadiums and spots have certain rules when it comes to drinking, language, what you can and can’t bring, beverage containers, etc. Plastic cups, pitchers, plates, and utensils are usually your best option. Also be sure to check the weather. Chance of rain? Bring a canopy. Going to be blazing hot? Bring sunscreen, koozies, and plenty of cold beverages.

  1. Plan a killer menu

When it comes to tailgating, there is no such thing as too much food. In fact, the more the merrier. If you’re looking for the best set up, consider bringing a portable grill. That way you can cook burgers and hot dogs. And don’t forget the snacks. Chips, nachos, and pretzels, oh my.

  1. Don’t forget the drinks 

A lot of stadiums have specific rules about what kind of cooler you can bring whether it be hard sided or soft. Be sure to check that out before you bring it on down. There are inflatable coolers that are football shaped. Fitting, right? There’s also rules on glass a lot of the time so to make your life easier, bring cans, water bottles full, or refillable plastic cubs. You can find some perfect Darty ones over here.

  1. Invite everyone

What kind of party would it be without the crowd? Tailgating is all about friends. In fact, there’s a good chance that the neighbors who start out as strangers are quickly going to become your friends after the party is over.

Pregame tailgating one of the ultimate ways to party and root on one of your favorite teams. With endless amounts of food and drinks, you’re going to be the talk of the tailgating group. Do you have any favorites when it comes to tailgating?

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