Tailgating, Table Seven Style

It’s that time of year again when we find ourselves thinking of parking-lot friendly menus and cute, on-the-go decor. Yep, we’re talking about Tailgating Season. But just because you’re stuck in a gravel chamber, doesn’t mean you can’t decorate and serve food like something out of  Garden and Gun. Table Seven carries tons of goodies to perk up your party, plus we’ve found a few ways others are winning the tailgating game.

table seven tailgating bittermilk

Nothing like giving guests a proper cocktail while waiting for the big game to start.
Our Bittermilk collection has something for everyone.

table seven tailgating lemonade

For the little-leaguers attending, give them some original Cavaliers Orange Lemonade.

table seven tailgating peanuts

Have themed peanuts for every weekend!

table seven tailgating salts

Tackling a grill at your tailgate? Add some extra flavor with our seasonings and salts.

table seven antiques tailgating gourmet

Table Seven has wire baskets throughout the shop that are great for transporting and double as serving trays. We also carry restaurant china paper snack bags. { photo credit }

table seven antiques tailgating beer bar

Try a beer and snack station. Use Table Seven mason jars for drinking glasses. { photo credit }

table seven antiques tailgating mimosa

Don’t forget the mimosa bar! Look for our burlap table runners and ribbon to create cute banners { photo credit }

table seven antiques tailgating bricks

Go for the rustic look and use Table Seven wooden serving boards, crates, and even cake stands. {photo credit}


table seven antiques tailgating chili

Make up a batch of your famous chili and decorate with chalkboard accessories, like our chalkboard table runner and tent cards. { photo credit } 

table seven antiques tailgating hot dogs

Make your own take on a Hot Dog Bar, by mixing and matching our ceramic bowls and restaurant china. { photo credit }

table seven antiques tailgating thermos

Save some time on game day and pre-make your favorite soups. Store them in our vintage thermos to keep them hot all day. {photo credit }