Super Bowl Cities: Green Bay vs. Pittsburgh
<b>Food vs. Food:</b> Of course, Wisconsin is famous for cheese and leads the country in cheese production.
<b>Food vs. Food:</b> Pierogies, dumplings stuffed with potato and cheese or onion, reflect Pittsburgh's Polish heritage.
<b>Beer vs. Beer:</b> Beer from Green Bay's own Hinterland Brewery will reportedly be served at the White House Super Bowl party.
<b>Beer vs. Beer:</b> Yuengling, America's oldest brewery, was founded in Pottsville, PA, in 1829.
<b>Stadium vs. Stadium:</b> Lambeau Field was nicknamed 'the Frozen Tundra' after the 1967 NFL Championship against the Cowboys was played in sharp winds and -13 degrees. Needless to say, it's a significant home-field advantage for teams not used to Wisconsin winter temps.
<b>Stadium vs. Stadium:</b> After 30 years in the Three Rivers Stadium, the Pittsburgh Steelers picked up and moved to Heinz Field where players and coaches had to fight to keep its natural grass playing field.
<b>Fans vs. Fans:</b> While 'Cheese Heads' was originally meant as an insult, Packers fans embraced the title and the hats have become especially popular since 1994.
<b>Fans vs. Fans:</b> The AP has described the Terrible Towel as 'arguably the best-known fan symbol of any major pro sports team.'
<b>Hall of Fame vs. Hall of Fame:</b> In the Lambeau Field Atrium, the 25,000-foot hall of fame stores 3 Super Bowl trophies and championship rings as well as a re-creation of Vince Lombardi's office.
<b>Hall of Fame vs. Hall of Fame:</b> The Coca-Cola Great Hall spans 40,000 feet and houses Hall of Fame players' lockers as well as 6 Super Bowl trophies, the most of any NFL team.
<b>Transportation vs. Transportation:</b> While the majority of people in Green Bay use cars, the city was the headquarters of the Green Bay and Western railroad until 1993 and now houses the National Railroad Museum.
<b>Transportation vs. Transportation:</b> Situated on 3 rivers, Pittsburgh is often called the 'City of Bridges.'
<b>College vs. College:</b> While the main campus is in Madison, the University of Wisconsin still has plenty of students -- and fans ' in Green Bay.
<b>College vs. College:</b> Carnegie Melon is in the neighborhood, but the Steelers only share Heinz stadium with the University of Pittsburgh Panthers.
<b>Museum vs. Museum:</b> Green Bay is home to the Neville Public Museum with art, history and science exhibitions.
<b>Museum vs. Museum:</b> The Andy Warhol Museum is located in downtown Pittsburgh where the famous pop artist grew up.
<b>Attraction vs. Attraction:</b> Old-fashioned family fun you can actually afford? The Bay Bridge Amusement Park still charges just 25 cents per ticket.
<b>Attraction vs. Attraction:</b> The downtown area between the Allegheny River and the Monongahela River is called the Golden Triangle. The site where they meet is Point State Park, known simply as 'the Point.'