We expect wildcat and dolphin to be kindly omitted from the menu (we hope), but other tantalizing entrees include red snapper, barbecued ribs, sushi, steaks and a Williams specialty, herbs (that's whole food speak for vegetarian platter).
But while Williams plays host with the most on Tuesday night, guests should forgive him if he sneaks away for a moment to study for his fulltime gig of starting running back.
Williams will get the nod Thursday against the Carolina Panthers after teammate Ronnie Brown was ruled out with a foot and ankle injury.
But this restaurant thing might be the future for Williams, who has already said he plans to retire soon after an eccentric career in the NFL. It's good to know the only herbs Williams is chopping up these days are for fine dining.