get outside of

get outside (of) (something)

To fully and heartily consume food or a beverage. I'd love to get outside of a fat, juicy steak right about now. I can't wait to finish work and get outside a few pints.
See also: get, outside

get outside of

eat or drink something. informal
1981 Sam McAughtry Belfast Stories We'll get outside of a feed of bacon and egg and black pudding.
See also: get, of, outside