Cavs Eagles Tailgate
At A Glance

Home Team: Philadelphia Eagles
Tailgating Since:
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Tailgate Cruiser:  Eagles Express Bus
Awards: Jack Daniels Great American Tailgate Champion (2001), Jack Daniels Great American Tailgate Champion (2003), Jack Daniels Great American Tailgate Champion (2005)
Member Since: December 18, 2011

Member Bio:
Bob Cavanaugh been tailgating for over 25 years, tailgating Philadelphia Phillies and Eagles home games.  Back then there were just ten guys standing around a small grill. He points to his Eagles Express minibus and smiles, “Since I bought the bus, things are going great!” The customized Eagles Express bus serves as a landmark destination for the hungry hordes looking for a good meal and friendly conversation.

The tantalizing aroma of sizzling meat rises from his six-burner grill as Bob Cavanaugh flips filet mignon and sausage preparing lunch for 175. He is not in a kitchen or a catering hall, but in front of his Eagles Express minibus amid a sea of green Eagles jerseys in the Lincoln Financial Field parking lot. It's the first game of the season, and the tailgating began before dawn. By noon the whole parking lot is jumping.

The swarm of tailgaters is happy - revved for both the food and the game. Even if the Eagles lose, the food is always a winner. Bob Cavanaugh is a three-time winner of the Jack Daniel's Great American Tailgate Party contest and the 2004 Philadelphia Daily News Tailgate Award.

Typical Gameday Spread:
A sample menu might include Caesar salad, penne pasta with shrimp in a blush crème sauce, filet mignon sandwiches, hot sausage with peppers and onions, grilled chicken cutlets, tomato pies, seafood trio of clams, mussels and shrimp in a white wine sauce and occasionally a roasted pig.

Typical Gameday Spread:
Nobody does it better than CAV, and he’s got the awards to prove it. Three-time winner of the Jack Daniel’s Great American Tailgate Party contest, and the 2004 Philadelphia Daily News Tailgate Award. He's been featured numerous times in the Philadelphia Inquirer. He's been on the Food Network. In 2008 the Travel Channel taped a segment at his Eagles Pittsburgh party. Kathy Romano of Comcast did an interview with Cav at his Eagles Dallas party. Face it, Cav and his crew can cook, so you don't have to. Drop that heavy cooler and call Cav's Catering 215-301-8337 to book your next party.

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