Taylor Swift-themed food will be sold during Bills’ NFL playoff game vs. Travis Kelce’s Kansas City Chiefs – with singer set to cheer him on from the stands in snowy Buffalo

The Buffalo Bills will be selling Taylor Swift-themed food during this weekend’s AFC Divisional game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Highmark Stadium in Orchard Park, New York.


Delaware North announced the arrival of two new options this week, as fans await new updates on whether Swift will turn up in Buffalo to watch her boyfriend, Travis Kelce, play on Sunday.

The first dish in honor of the songstress is called the ‘Bad Blood waffle fries’ and it includes two feet of fries with delicacies from Buffalo and Kansas City – blue cheese and pulled pork, respectively.

The other meal is named the ‘Karma Quesadilla’ and it features chicken tenders, bacon and pork belly in between shells.

It remains unclear if Swift will get the opportunity to try the food, but weather won’t be an excuse for her to miss her beau’s second-round playoff game as she attended the Chiefs’ wild-card win against the Dolphins in snowy and freezing Kansas City last weekend.

The Bills will introduce one of two new options for Sunday’s game, called ‘the Bad Blood fries’

The other dish in tribute to Swift – the “Karma Quesadilla” – features chicken tenders, bacon and pork belly all over it

It remains unclear if Swift will be at Highmark Stadium in Buffalo for the AFC Divisional game

Delaware North – an American multinational food service and hospitality company, operating global attractions such as the Boston Celtics‘ TD Garden and the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida – has been the Bill’s in-stadium food caterer all season long.

Bills quarterback Josh Allen hopes that home-field advantage will help him and his teammates avoid another playoff loss to the Chiefs as both sides will face off for the third team in the last four years in the playoffs, with Kansas City winning the last two contests.

‘They’re at the top of the mountain. They know what it takes to get there. We’ve yet to do that,’ said Allen, whose lone AFC championship game appearance ended in a 38-24 loss at Kansas City.

Swift attended the Chiefs’ wild-card win vs. the Dolphins despite loads of snow in Kansas City

‘As a competitor, to be in a situation like this is something you dream about.’

Sunday’s game will also mark Patrick Mahomes’ first time experiencing the full roar of fans at Highmark Stadium. His only other game at Buffalo was played in an empty stadium due to COVID-19 restrictions in 2020.

‘Even though I know it’s going to be hostile and there are going to be people talking trash and everything like that, I’m excited for it because it’s one of the best environments in football,’ Mahomes said.

‘And you want to do that when you grow up watching these games in the best environments and see what it’s like.’

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