Super Bowl fans stunned by nachos costing staggering $60 as price of food inside Allegiant Stadium is revealed
NFL fans were taken aback by the prices of the special nacho bowl served at Allegiant Stadium during Super Bowl LVIII. Over 60,000 people headed to the Las Vegas arena to watch the Kansas City Chiefs battle the San Francisco 49ers in the championship game on Sunday. And they got to splash some cash if they wanted to enjoy nachos during the 2023 NFL season's finale. The Surf and Turf Nachos basket, priced at $58.58, was listed under Chef Specialties on the menu at Allegiant Stadium food stands. The chips were served with queso blanco, pieces of lobster and fillet mignon, pico de Gallo, as well as grilled jalapenos and ... (full story)
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