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Minneapolis's "Railgating" makes espnW's list of unusual tailgates in the NFC North, along with sailgating in Chicago, tubgating in Detroit, and yardgating in Green Bay. What is railgating, you ask? A two-block long tailgate along the 5th street light rail tracks, so that Vikings fans can take public transportation to the downtown stadium and still get their tailgate on. With 10-20 local food trucks signed up for each game, some non-football fans come down just to get their fill of lobster rolls, beignets, and smoked brisket nachos. [espnW]