5 Game Day Recipes

The big game is traditionally a huge event for consumers, tied to eating and drinking – most football-watching Americans are either attending or hosting a party on that Sunday. While consumers are enjoying wings and beer at home, foodservice operators struggle to get traffic in the door for football’s biggest day. This isn’t to say consumers don’t go out to watch the game, but compared to other holidays, there are more people eating and drinking at a football party.

So how can you grab a piece of the big game action and get people in the door?

You want to drive excitement when customers are at your bar or restaurant by offering a LTO menu and can’t miss deals during the game. You can even build anticipation for the big game by creating a LTO menu a week prior. We have recipe ideas for you to make more money throughout the day.


  • 4 fl. oz. Island Oasis Margarita Mix
  • 1 fl. oz. tequila
  • 3 slices avocado
  • 1-2 sprigs cilantro
  • 7 oz ice
  • Direction: Combine in shaver blender or blender and serve. Garnish with a lime wedge.

Big Game Lager-Rita

  • 3 fl. oz. Island Oasis Margarita Mix
  • 3 fl. oz. water
  • 2 fl. oz. tequila
  • 4 fl. oz. lager
  • Chile margarita salt
  • Slice of bacon
  • Directions: Mix Island Oasis Margarita Mix, water and tequila, pour into a 16 ounce pint glass rimmed with salt and filled with ice. Top with lager and garnish with a slice of bacon.

    Mule flight with whisky

    Kentucky Mule

    • 3 fl. oz. Island Oasis Moscow Mule Mix
    • 3 fl. oz. water
    • 1 fl. oz. whisky
    • Ice
    • Directions: Shake and pour over ice. Serve in mule mugs. Garnish with fresh lime.

    Mule Kick

    Miami Mule

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