Get Out Your Day Planners, Here's The MNF Luncheon Schedule

Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Earlier today I told you about the MNF Luncheons that will be coming to your town. Well I've got the whole list of fine dining establishments our ESPN Friends will be at. Be nice to the talking heads if you go because you know they're dreading this.

Also, if you can get any video or a Mike Golic autographed menu I will pay top dollar.

2007 Monday Night Football Chalk Talk Luncheon Series:


Sept. 10 San Francisco (Cardinals vs. 49ers)- A.P. Stumps Restaurant
Sept. 17 Philadelphia (Redskins vs. Eagles)- Old Original Bookbinder’s
Sept. 24 New Orleans (Titans vs. Saints)- Dickie Brennan's Bourbon House
Oct. 1 Cincinnati (Patriots vs. Bengals)- Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse
Oct. 8 Buffalo (Cowboys vs. Bills)- E.B. Green’s Steak House
Oct. 15 Atlanta (Giants vs. Falcons)- Ruth’s Chris Steak House
Oct. 22 Jacksonville (Colts vs. Jaguars)- Ruth’s Chris Steak House
Oct. 29 Denver (Packers vs. Broncos)- Ruth’s Chris Steak House
Nov. 12 Seattle (49ers vs. Seahawks)- Ruth’s Chris Steak House
Nov. 26 Pittsburgh (Dolphins vs. Steelers)- The Capital Grille
Dec. 3 Baltimore (Patriots vs. Ravens)- Ruth’s Chris Steak House
Dec. 17 Minnesota (Bears vs. Vikings)- Ruth’s Chris Steak House

Sadly, Buffalo Billiards is not on the list, so the DC contingent will not be able to attend. And San Diego....sorry but Mike Greenberg did not approve of the festivities to be held at In and Out Burger. No Luncheon For You!

Who Wants To Eat Lunch With The MNF Crew??? (Awful Announcing)

UPDATE: Hey if this doesn't work out at least they have those videos to fall back on. Oops.

5 Comments:

Ruth's Chris Steak House in Minneapolis is EXPENSIVE! That said, the cheesecake is simply outstanding.

-Dane, Minneapolis

Anonymous said...
Aug 29, 2007, 5:22:00 PM  

Good deal. The lunch isn't at Ruth's Chris in New Orleans. Friggin' cowards. They prominently flaunt their New Orleans connections for marketing and branding, but deserted its town in its most desperate hour. It's about as "authentic New Orleans" as a soul food restaurant owned by George Wallace (the governor, not the comedian)

Anonymous said...
Aug 29, 2007, 5:59:00 PM  

I'm surprised these aren't being held at each cities' ESPN Zone

Aug 29, 2007, 6:42:00 PM  

i 2nd that. This would be the PERFECT opportunity for a little corporate synergy.

That said, how is Chicago not on the MNF schedule at all? Did NBC take all of those games or what?

Zach in Chicago said...
Aug 30, 2007, 12:09:00 AM  

They must have a thing for garlic butter.

Larry Brown said...
Aug 30, 2007, 7:29:00 AM  

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