Visit a Robért Fresh Market near you in New Orleans, Metairie or Baton Rouge to pick up these great tailgating food options, or order ahead!
1. Mini muffaletta platter
Our mini muffs (as we affectionately like to call them) are the New Orleans version of finger sandwiches, bursting with flavor from mortadella, ham, provolone cheese, and salty, briny olive salad. They’re presented on easy-to-eat mini kaiser rolls and are perfect to bring to a tailgate… or any situation, really.
2. fried chicken
We start with bone-in pieces of FRESH chicken – never frozen – and fry them up daily at all five of our locations in New Orleans, Metairie, and Baton Rouge. Our fried chicken is prepared with our own signature blend of bold seasonings, brought out to our hot food bar, and packaged up for our customers to grab n’ go.
3. OUR HOMEMADE GUACAMOLE
This fresh house-made dip lives in our Produce Department. We make our flavorful, slightly spicy guac fresh daily, so you can leave the chopping to us! And you’ll need a vehicle for dip delivery, so be sure to pick up crackers, tortilla chips, or even a loaf of crusty bread from our bakery.
4. OUR HOUSE-MADE SAUSAGE
There’s nothing quite like freshly made sausage for the grill, and we make ours right in-store! Choose from Hot (a spicy cayenne bite), Cajun (spicy cajun flavor), Italian (a black pepper bite with anise seed and Italian seasonings), and Green Onion (milder with dried green onions and a delicious flavor profile).
5. FRESH BAKED COOKIE CAKES
To add some sweetness to your already-sweet tailgate, pick up one of our delicious cookie cakes! You can order them decorated with your team’s colors. And don’t forget to ask about our different sizes to feed a crowd, whether round, full sheet, or half sheet.
ABOUT ROBÉRT FRESH MARKET: Robért Fresh Market, founded in 1994, operates its family-oriented business from a customer-responsive viewpoint, offering the best possible service and satisfaction for both associates and customers. For more information, visit www.robertfreshmarket.com.lagniappe | September 19th, 2023