Camille Ford and Tailgate Fan dig into some Fried Catfish at Virgil’s Barbeque in NYC.
Camille Ford chows down on the Barbeque Chicken at Hill Country Barbeque in NYC.
Camille Ford heads out to Mission Cantina in NYC to try their Fried Catfish Burrito.
Camille Ford heads out to Blue Smoke in NYC to dig into their Pulled Pork Sandwich.
Camille Ford and Tailgate Fan head out to American Cut in NYC to sample their Pastrami Steak Sandwich.
Just when you thought the NFL was back, it takes the weekend off. Here are 19 ways to pass the time while waiting for opening day.
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Tailgate Fan correspondents Nick Stevens and Jerry Miller roam the entire countryside searching for the wildest and most epic tailgates in all of football.
Although the weather outside is frightful, your tailgate can still be delightful as long as you heed this advice for tailgating in Pittsburgh’s tumultuous winter weather.
Your holiday bash will be a ho-ho hit with these tips designed to help you celebrate the season with your own Pittsburgh Christmas tailgate party.
Whether you’re a die-hard Pittsburgh tailgater gearing up for your first Steelers tailgating party or your usual tailgating experience needs a boost, check out these local tailgating party packages tailored to Steelers fans.
Whether you’ve had a few too many cold ones or the kids have waited until the last second to let you know that nature’s calling, when you’ve got to go, you’ve got to go. And when you’re in a hurry, it helps to know where to go when tailgating at Pittsburgh’s Heinz Field.
To be certain that your next tailgate is an enjoyable time, follow these tips and guidelines designed to keep you safe while tailgating in Pittsburgh.
In celebration of the team’s 80th season anniversary, here’s a look at the history of tailgating in Pittsburgh, including past and present stadiums, the evolution of The Terrible Towel and the ultimate tailgating treats and eats.
Pittsburgh’s Heinz Field is accessible by many different forms of transportation, including personal vehicles. But who really wants to fight their way through the city’s notorious tunnel traffic, regular road closures and restrictions and game-day congestion? Take advantage of Pittsburgh’s best forms of local public transportation that will get you to the game with the least amount of stress and expense as possible.