The Packers are opening a concession stand dedicated to bacon

Plate Piled High With Fried Bacon

Plate Piled High With Fried Bacon

During the Green Bay Packers shareholders meeting on Thursday, team president Mark Murphy announced that the team would seek to host a future NFL Draft but more importantly: BACON.

According to ESPN's Jason Wilde, the shareholders went nuts for marketing chairman Mike Weller's announcement of a bacon-themed concession stand dubbed the Patrick Cudahy Packhouse, a reference to the the Cuday, Wisconsin-based business founded in 1888. The menu is under final review and should be unveiled during the upcoming preseason.

Packers and Bacon - match made in heaven? Team announces new "bacon themed" concession stand this year -- fans loving the concept.

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"I didn't realize that Patrick Cudahy would get quite the ovation," Murphy said after the meeting. "It's a credit, I guess, to the tastes of Wisconsinites."

Indeed it is! Menu items will include a bacon-wrapped baked potato covered with chili and other toppings, and bacon-crusted cheese curds served with a side of bacon-ranch dressing.

The bacon stand will find its home in the lower concourse outside section 124. A review of StubHub's available seating in section 124 for the team's opener against the Detroit Lions appear to be listed at pre-bacon prices ($362 apiece for the nearly 50-year-line seats).

Get 'em before they're hot!