Well, it is that time of year again. March Madness, one of the most exciting sports events of the year, is just over a week away and that means it is time for a food bracket! This year WhereTheAthletesEat.com presents the March Madness Fast Food Bracket.
64 of the most popular fast food restaurants have been split into four regions for the tournament: Burger Region, Pizza Region, Sandwich, Chicken, and Breakfast Region and the International/Food Court Region.
Voting for the first round is open now and will close on March 19th at noon eastern time. What are you waiting for? Vote for your favorites!
Here is the full bracket. Print one off and follow along!
March Madness Fast Food Bracket 2014 – Round of 64
The Portland Trail Blazers have opened up Dr. Jack’s Restaurant at the Moda Center in honor of famed basketball coach, Jack Ramsay.
The restaurant features 18 craft beers and three food carts. The food carts will feature items such as bacon meatballs, boar sliders, and IPA soup.
The Atlanta Braves play their spring training games at Champion Stadium in the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World Resort. This spring the stadium is offering some interesting promotions when it comes to beer sales.
The stadium will be selling a craft beer from the city of the visiting team during spring training games. On Sunday the Braves hosted the Detroit Tigers and featured Bell’s Oberon from nearby Kalamazoo, Michingan as the visiting craft beer.
They are also offering refills of beer at half the price of the first beer. If you know of any other teams offering this promotion this spring please leave us a comment below or let me know on Twitter.
Last year was the March Madness Cereal Bracket, this year is…?
March Madness kicks off in Dayton, Ohio with the play in games on March 18th and WhereTheAthletesEat.com will once again be running a food bracket.
We need your help in determining our March Madness food bracket topic for this year. Give us your ideas by leaving a comment below or sending us a message on Twitter mentioning @TonyNotarianni and using the hashtag #MarchMadnessFoodBracket.
Sage Kotsenburg is an American snowboarder and now an Olympic Gold Medalist. Following his win in the men’s snowboard slopestyle Kotsenburg shared his love for bacon.
Last night on Conan, Sage was granted his wish with a bacon gold medal and he did not waste anytime time digging into it.
The NBA All-Star Game was played last night at the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans and the folks at Centerplate brought out some uniquely Louisiana concession items for the game.
The Toronto Maple Leafs were featured on the latest episode of MasterChef Canada on Monday night. In the cooking competitions first team challenge, the home cooks had to prepare lunch for the players and some storied alumni, including Wendel Clark and Darryl Sittler.
The two teams were required to cook a fish dish, a pasta dish, and two side dishes. In the end it was the Blue Team and their pasta fagioli and baked halibut that won the day.
Check out Maple Leafs tough guys Colton Orr and Fraser McLaren about being on the show:
Molson Canadian has run some incredible ad campaigns in the past and the Molson Canadian beer fridge is another one that can be added to that list.
Taking it one step further, Molson Canadian has brought a beer fridge to Team Canada Olympic House in Sochi and it can only be opened with a Canadian passport.
Check out one of the great Molson Canadian beer fridge commercial spots:
Home to one of the most celebrated teams in all of professional sports, Camp Nou seats close to 100,000 fans. Since 1957, Futbol Club Barcelona has seen the likes of Lionel Messi, Romario, and Ronaldinho help lead their team to numerous titles over the years. But can you get any good food at the stadium? Continue reading
LPGA star Brittany Lincicome is learning to cook and she is sharing her experience on Twitter. Check out what she made last week and be sure to give her a follow!