If you think George R. R. Martin’s wildly popular medieval-esque “A Song of Ice and Fire” books (chronicled in the HBO fantasy series “Game of Thrones,” about to begin its final season on April 14) are only about power struggles and swordplay, you’re wrong. The books also contain lots of vividly described food references—enough to inspire a food blog called The Inn at the Crossroads, and at least one cookbook, not to mention Oreos and edible dragon eggs. We got so into it we came up with our own “Game of Thrones” menu, just the thing to serve this weekend when your faux-fur-and-robe-clad fan friends come over to gorge on the latest episode (see how to stream “Game of Thrones” if you don’t have cable). But there are also options for those who prefer to buy than DIY—and we did not forget about drinks.
From savory pie to lemon cakes, we’ve got all your favorite foods so you can eat like you’re in Westeros (without fear of being poisoned, though). Get our “Game of Thrones” party menu.
A Feast of Ice and Fire: The Official Game of Thrones Companion Cookbook, $23.79 on Amazon
Even more menu inspiration.
All the “Game of Thrones” snacks you can buy, from Oreos to whiskey and beer. See our “Game of Thrones” food and drink round-up.
Oreo Limited Edition Game of Thrones Themed Classic Chocolate Sandwich Cookies, $4.06 on Amazon
Check back to see if they're re-stocked, or search your local stores, including Walmart and Target.
Mix up a GoT cocktail to celebrate the show’s return (and soothe your nerves). Get our “Game of Thrones” cocktail recipes.
White Walker by Johnnie Walker (price varies), at Total Wine
Just when you thought these drinks couldn't be any more on-theme!
Maybe Cersei’s not the best role model, but we can definitely appreciate her love of wine—and these are the ones we think she would crush (in a good way). See which wines Cersei would drink.
Game Of Thrones Cabernet (price varies), at Total Wine
She might also approve of this official GoT bottle.
Pay allegiance to your favorite house while you sip your wine (or cocktail—or even water) from a “Game of Thrones” glass. Check out our favorite “Game of Thrones” goblets and glasses.
Ommegang Game Of Thrones Hand Of The Queen Barleywine (price varies), at Total Wine
If you prefer malt to grapes, you're still covered.
If you live near a Shake Shack (lucky you), you can order a Dracarys burger and a Dragonglass shake for a limited time starting Friday, April 12. Just brush up on your Valyrian in case they’re serious about making you order a la Daenerys—and practice your most imperious stare to really sell it, if you dare. See the Shake Shack GoT menu.
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