It’s the most wonderful time of the year. And no, we’re not talking Christmas, spring break, or even the day your kids leave for summer camp. We’re talking fantasy football.
That’s right, it’s time to start thinking about gathering your league together for another round of smack-talk, quick fingers, cheers and jeers, beers, and of course plenty of food to keep the draft going for as long as it takes.
Although most league parties went largely online last year, this year people are feeling more comfortable to gather again. That means you’ll need to be prepared for some excited friends and family members who will want to come early and linger longer than maybe you’ve anticipated. This easing back into society and social life might feel both exciting and anxiety-inducing. That’s where we can help. While you worry about internet connections, power strips, and sourcing enough seating for everyone, allow us to take care of the food.
From small gatherings to large parties, we have the goods to keep your fantasy football league well-fed so you can spend your time putting together the team of your dreams.
4 Ways to Order Chicken Takeout for Your Fantasy Football Party
1. A Small Crew: If your fantasy football crew this year is small-but-mighty, we suggest ordering an array of starters. Depending on your appetites, a few orders of 10 or 15 boneless, traditional, and/or cauliflower wings should do the trick. Stuck on sauces? Order a few different varieties and let your guests dunk and dip to their hearts’ content. Also order a couple of popular starters like our Korean Shrimp, Ranchero Tots, or Fried Pickle Chips and you’ll have some happy drafters!
2. A Medium Bunch: Counting on a crew of 4-6? Then your best bet would be to order a Family Pack or a Party Pack. Our Nacho Bar and Loaded Potato Bars are party snack boxes filled with tortilla chips or potato wedges and come with all of your favorite toppings. If you make them ahead of time and situate yourselves around the food, no one will even have to look up from their screens to grab a loaded, cheese-covered chip or potato wedge. For the wing lovers, our Party Pack is sure to satisfy. You’ll get 30 traditional or boneless wings or 14 chicken tenders with a party-sized appetizer trio of pretzel bites, potato wedges and tortilla chips, with large sides of queso and salsa.
3. A Good-Size Gathering: Have a crew of 8-10 or so coming over but you’d rather concentrate on your cheat sheet? Order a Party Snack Box. In addition to the Nacho and Potato Wedge Bars, you could also add on Pretzel Bites and Queso, a small wing platter, and even a box of cookies for dessert.
4. An XL Herd: Planning on throwing the fantasy football draft party to put all other draft parties to shame? Don’t worry, we got you there, too. Our XL Wing Platters can feed parties up to 50 people. If you’d like some sides with your wings, consider ordering a couple Party Snack Boxes or salads and draft on.
Are you ready to once again reign over your fantasy football draft party as the host(ess) with the most(ess)? Pre-order your draft party food at your nearest Buffalo Wings & Rings location, or place an order for curbside pickup.