Tuesday, September 1, 2015

The Eagles' Nest

With the Flyers, Sixers and Phillies once again failing to making the playoffs this year, Philly sports fans are hanging their hopes on the Eagles to end the drought. For the Birds, the 2015 NFL season kicks off on Sept. 14 with a Monday Night Football clash in Atlanta. The season's first regular-season home game is the following Sunday, Sept. 20, against the division rival Dallas Cowboys.

Gluten-free options will once again be available at the home of the Eagles, Lincoln Financial Field. Stand-alone carts offering exclusively gluten-free concessions, located at Sections 120 and 216, will have hot dogs, sausages, buffalo falafel (which is vegan), beer, cookies and brownies.

At the Tork Café in the SCA Club and Market in the Panasonic Club, gluten-free options include a variety of sandwiches, such as the Quick (black cherry-smoked pulled pork with house-made slaw), the Carmichael (maple sugar-smoked pulled chicken with house-made slaw), and the Quick & Carmichael (pulled pork and smoked pulled chicken, topped with slaw). Several of the gluten-free sandwiches there are prepared by Paesano's Philly Style, including the new Arista (roasted pork butt, broccoli rabe, Italian long hots and sharp provolone). In addition, grab-and-go cookies and brownies will be sold in these areas.

Also on the Club level, gluten-free cheesesteaks will be available at Sections C16, C25 and C40, with nachos at Sections C19 and C40.

If you plan on seeing the Eagles on the road, gluten-free food and drinks are available at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta (Sept. 14), the Gluten Free Grill at Met Life Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. (Sept. 27 at Jets; Jan. 3, 2016 at Giants), Caesars Vineyard at FedEx Field in Washington (Oct. 4 at Redskins), Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte (Oct. 25 at Panthers), the Healthy Choices kiosk at AT&T Stadium in Dallas (Nov. 8 at Cowboys), the gluten-free stand at Ford Field (Nov. 26 at Lions) and the Market Fresh Deli at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. (Dec. 6 at Patriots).
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