The Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives host wants your trip to the Super Bowl to stop off in Flavortown on the way.
Tailgating is a tradition that accompanies almost every NFL game, and with Super Bowl 50 taking place this February at Levi's Stadium, the party will be bigger and better than ever, no matter which two teams make it to the showpiece match.
While most fans opt to tailgate by bringing their own food and drink, those out there who don't want the hassle of cooking for themselves can leave all that to Guy Fieri.
The Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives host, the man who also brought us the S'Mores Indoors pizza (which was described by members of the public as something "I never expected to be spicy" and "an abomination") has a tailgate menu for $700 on offer that contains some strange concoctions.
The "five-star" menu contains a "live" nacho bar, a "Mac Daddy" Mac and Cheese Bar, "Beau Mac's Killer" Raw Bar, and an actual open bar too. There will be no shortage of bars, essentially.
Meanwhile, the word school is spelled with a 'k' at one stage in proceedings, and for some reason the word chickpea appears in quotation marks.
The menu hits its peak with the "Doughnut Bread Pudding with Brown Butter Bacon Bourbon Glaze", something that sounds like it was created by a Guy Fieri bot in the recesses of the internet.
Keep an eye out on social media on the day for pictures snapped within the hallowed halls of the tailgate itself, which will be hosted by Erin Andrews and will feature around 25 players from the NFL who didn't make it to the championship game.
Tickets to the event cost $700, and it will take place at the Santa Clara convention centre, just a short walk from Levi's stadium.
Via SB Nation