Patrick Mahomes’ bachelor party dinner will make all of you jealous

Before tying the knot, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes had a luxurious bachelor party with his closest friends and teammates in Las Vegas. 

Patrick Mahomes and Brittany Matthews have been engaged for nearly two years, but in 2022, they are set to tie the knot.

To celebrate their big day, Mahomes and Matthews threw bachelor and bachelorette parties that became the envy among Chiefs fans.

According to TMZ, Mahomes spared no expense in his bachelor party located at Carversteak at Resorts World in Las Vegas. Patrick and his party were treated to a wagyu tomahawk rib chop with Mahomes’ name and Chiefs logo branded onto the bone.

Patrick Mahomes throws enviable bachelor party in Las Vegas

TMZ also reported that Mahomes and his party threw down shots of Louis XIII cognac before the festivities began, which costs at least four figures per bottle. At Carversteak, Mahomes and company feasted on wagyu cheesesteak bites, ribeye, seared crab cakes, striploin, and mac and cheese before heading to Rose Rooftop for more shots—this time, of Michael Jordan’s Cincoro tequila.

Resorts World also took part in the celebration, displaying a photo of Mahomes and Matthews as the venue congratulated the two on their upcoming nuptials. Many of the guys who helped Mahomes enjoy a fantastic season, such as Travis Kelce, Jerick McKinnon, Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Orlando Brown Jr., were in town to help their beloved quarterback celebrate.

Chiefs fans wished Mahomes well as they reveled in how incredible it would be to be a part of the Mahomes-Matthews wedding party.

Some fans even used Mahomes’ wedding party as an indication of who will return to the Chiefs in 2022.

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When Mahomes returns home to Kansas City, it appears that one KC barbecue joint is taking notes on how to carve the quarterback’s name into their own steaks.

It seems that Mahomes threw the kind of bash that makes Chiefs fans proud: going all out with the best food offerings possible.