Retail foodservice sushi specialist Genji is pushing alternatives to traditional tailgating fare in a new football-themed promotion.
Genji, a subsidiary of Philadelphia-based Peace Dining Corp., wants football fans to think outside the box this season — and casts itself in the role of its hometown Eagles, winners of Super Bowl LII.
“Before you place that same old order for a few large pizzas and a couple dozen chicken wings, why not consider serving your fellow fans some less familiar fare? After all, if an underdog team could win the Super Bowl, surely an underdog hors d'oeuvre can beat out the competition in the kitchen,” according to Genji, the largest sushi provider to Whole Foods Market.
An all-new sushi platter menu, three varieties of dumplings and endamame, which are eaten like shelled peanuts, are among the Genji alternatives to traditional gridiron game foods.