Swifties can also order a "Karma" quesadilla during the Sunday night event
Swifties in Buffalo don't have to pick sides — unless they want a side of fries!
Delaware North, the Buffalo Bills' food service partner, will be offering a few Taylor Swift-inspired menu items during the team's matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday evening.
With Swift, 34, expected to attend the playoff game to watch boyfriend Travis Kelce's squad take on the Bills, Highmark Stadium prepared a few food selections named in the singer's honor that fans can purchase.
Specifically, the menu includes two items: "Bad Blood" Waffle Fries and the "Karma" Quesadilla.
According to a description from Delaware North, the "Bad Blood" Waffle Fries are a "2-foot display of spiced waffle fries featuring each city’s culinary specialty."
Half of the fries are topped with Buffalo chicken and blue cheese, while the other half are topped with Kansas City Cattleman’s BBQ pork, cole slaw and bread-and-butter pickles — perfect for Chiefs fans heading to Orchard Park.
As for the "Karma" Quesadilla, the item is described as "chicken tenders, bacon and cilantro ranch in a triple-stacked quesadilla, topped with pork-belly chaser."
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Other items available at various spots in the stadium itself include the Kansas City Bowl of Tears BBQ, the Grape Davis, a Mulberry Meatball, 2-Foot Nachos, a Fried Chicken and Waffle sandwich, Boozy Hot Chocolate, a BBQ Cone and the Buffalo Bills Chicken Broth.
“Our culinary team has again designed a great menu for the Divisional playoff game this weekend, with several new items for fans as they cheer on the Bills,” Andy Altomare, Delaware North’s general manager at Highmark Stadium, said in a statement.
“We had a lot of fun with this week’s menu — adding a few new options that celebrate this incredible rivalry with the Chiefs and their star-studded fans," he added.
On Saturday, Kelce, 34, posted a reel on Instagram calling his team “icy gang," as he alluded to Buffalo's chilly weather ahead of the Sunday matchup.
“So icy gang 🥶.” he wrote in the caption for the video, which included shots of the team during their win against the Miami Dolphins on Jan. 13.
Whichever team comes out victorious on Sunday will continue to the AFC Championship game. And Chiefs owner Clark Hunt isn't just cheering on his squad at the moment — he's also championing Kelce and Swift as a couple.
During an NFL Playoff edition of Mad Money this past week, Hunt told host Jim Cramer that he was "happy" for the pair when asked what he thought about Swift's "phenomenon."
"I've had a chance to meet her at one of the many games that she's attended this year, and she's just as sweet as she can be," he said. "I also got to see her play here twice this past summer, and what an incredible performer. Just one of the most amazing artists of our time."
Clark also called the pair's relationship "purely organic."
"When they were just starting off dating, there were a lot of people saying, 'Oh, it's a marketing stunt.' But no, it's very real," he said. "And as I said, the most important thing is we're happy for the two of them."
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