For the first time in more than four decades, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority will have a new vendor providing food and beverage services to the Las Vegas Convention Center and Cashman Field.
Eric Cook, executive chef at the American Sector restaurant in the National World War II Museum in New Orleans, took home the gold at the second annual Chefs Taste Challenge Friday (Aug. 19), with his "Sugarshine Glazed Gulf Shrimp" dish.
And because it is Denver after all, the menus will feature a new beer called — fittingly — United in Orange Pale Ale from Breckenridge Brewery. The beer is brewed with orange juice and orange peel to make it just orange enough to find a home at the Broncos’ stadium.
...You might want to have a napkin or paper towel handy, because Centerplate Executive Chef Marc Spooner gave everyone a sneak preview of some of the menu items that will be up for purchase this year during Redskins games.
Among the new food items sampled: red velvet chicken and waffles (a nod to the Redskins’ burgundy and gold color scheme), a bacon cheddar sausage on a mac ‘n’ cheese waffle, a pulled chicken sandwich topped with jerk barbecue sauce, loaded mac ‘n’ cheese bowls, three different hot soups, a buffalo chicken sausage and General Tso’s chicken served over white rice.
As well as upgrades to the stadium itself, the food and beverage served in BC’s largest stadium has also undergone a radical transformation in recent years. Healthy snacks like house-made soups, salads and fresh sushi are available at every event. And because Centerplate, the stadium’s food and beverage partner, serves more than 1 million people every year, staff have made sure that vegetarian, gluten-friendly, vegan and other special dietary requirements are accommodated.
Right behind the 401’ marker on the center field wall at Safeco Field is a new Urban Garden that will supply fresh herbs and vegetables that will be incorporated into the ballpark menu.
The project is a collaboration between the Seattle Mariners, Centerplate (the ballpark’s concessions provider), Cedar Grove Composting and BASF.
With seating options ranging from four-top tables with dedicated servers to a lounge filled with couches to a raucous bar scene where patrons occasionally have to be informed that the game is over, The Band Box combines Strategic’s knack for producing a fun environment with Centerplate’s take on elevated ballpark fare. Pair an order of smoked chicken nachos or a haute hot dog from Porter Road Butcher with this boozy slushie made with Old Forester bourbon—it’s a grown-up version of the traditional seventh-inning stretch snack.
When it came time for Washington State Ferries to put its vending, galley-service and other retail-concession contracts out to bid, the organization put the customer experience at the center of its request for proposals. On Monday, March 28, WSF chose hospitality-and-retail company Centerplate following a competitive-proposal process involving eight firms that provide various services.
This new on-demand, web-based service called Market Express allows customers to order a variety of meal and beverage options through their mobile devices for timely delivery to the their exhibit booth or offices throughout the six-block facility.
The updated menu at Jones Beach this summer will offer everything from fish tacos, crabcakes, artisanal bacon and chicken biscuits to Cuban sandwiches, Brazilian roast beef on Portuguese rolls and Papaya shakes, the new vendor said Wednesday.
Sales have surged past the £50m mark at the Stoke-headquartered UK arm of catering giant Centerplate, which provides services to a number of stadiums, convention centres and tourist attractions across the UK...
The Miami Dolphins have gone loco with local foods at Sun Life Stadium.
For the 2015 season, the Fins and their food vendor, Centerplate, have upgraded stadium concessions to include six well-known brands reflecting South Florida's colorful restaurant scene.
"In the old days it was all about hot dogs, peanuts, popcorn beer and go back to your seats, now it's about the full experience," said Broncos stadium management, GM, Jay Roberts.
Now, it's all about 10 new concessions.
Centerplate, the hospitality partner to the Denver Broncos, announced on Monday an array of new options to the food-and-beverage lineup for 2015. In a presentation on Monday, Sports Authority Field at Mile High General Manager Jay Roberts talked about the new food and the importance of expanding all of the delicious food around the entire stadium to all fans.
Centerplate, the exclusive hospitality partner of the New Orleans Saints, has unveiled its enhancements to the fan experience at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome this upcoming football season. Local cuisine headlines the additions, with staple stadium fare getting a new twist, and new local partners joining the line-up.
Centerplate, which provides food to the Superdome, has designated certain items on its menus as Eat Fit NOLA items. They include grilled pork tenderloin, shrimp and kale salad and glazed salmon with bok choy.
Visitors to the Crown Complex have a new choice when hunger strikes. Upstairs at the Crown, as it is tentatively being called, was unveiled at the Chamber After Hours event in July.
The pub-style bar and eatery features a new upscale menu from Centerplate executive chef Bryan Dahlstrom.
The Chefs Taste Challenge is produced by the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, in partnership with the SoFAB Institute, the LSU AgCenter, the Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry, Centerplate...
Centerplate, Sunderland AFC’s matchday catering partner and a giant in the global catering market, are looking forward to facilitating the mammoth catering operation and are in full preparation ahead of the opening game at the stadium, against Norwich City.
Food & Beverage: 5 Stars
The selection of food at First Tennessee Park is plentiful and fulfilling. The main concession areas are situated in pairs on the first and third base lines: Smokehouse BBQ, Music City Grill, Hot and Not Chicken, and Sulphur Dell Slices.
Oh my goodness! I had such a wonderful time at the Cafe SFA gathering for Special Event Planners!
This was my first time visiting, although I’ve heard of the space before. Everything was fantastic from the wine selection and sushi bar, to the Mediterranean Spanish/European cuisine.
The newly opened signature restaurant in The Mall of San Juan, Sophie’s at Saks Fifth Avenue, will launch a new Sunday brunch menu on June 14. The carefully selected offer will introduce new classics, such as the Lobster Omelette (fresh lobster on local mushrooms, watercress, and crème fraiche) and will play creative takes on some favorites, like the Ottawa Salmon Cake Benedict (jumbo salmon cake topped with local greens, poached egg, and creamy hollandaise). New cocktails crafted with the local crowd in mind, will also be added to the offer. Brunch will be served on Sundays from 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
As the horseracing world gears up for the Belmont Stakes, the third leg of the Triple Crown, Centerplate, which operates foodservice for Belmont Park in Elmont, N.Y., is gearing up to feed a capacity crowd of 90,000 spectators eager to see if American Pharaoh will be the first horse in 37 years to win all three of the races.
Centerplate, the hospitality company that will provide food and beverages to the 90,000 fans expected Saturday at Belmont Park to watch American Pharoah try to capture the Triple Crown, is hoping to sell many thousands of the drink, along with 7,200 commemorative glasses.
"This menu, this year is the merging of all awesome things," says Miller, who has worked at Belmont for seven years but says she was given more creative control this year as the track, like other sporting arena around the country, have tried to make food a draw. "I want older fans to have favorites they recognize, but give the younger crowd something to be excited about."
An estimated crowd of 90,000 racing fans will make the trip out to Long Island, raising stakes that the all-day affair will be the single biggest party of the summer. So what exactly do you do to kill time between races? Consider pulling up a chair at the largest seated restaurant in New York State, Belmont Park's Garden Terrace.
Belmont Stakes or Belmont Steaks?
More than 90,000 people will flock to Belmont Park on Saturday and watch as American Pharoah tries to become the first Triple Crown winner in 37 years. But the horse racing won't the the only attraction for the event's most deep-pocketed fans.
Dubbed the Belmont Jewel because the 1.5-mile race is considered the “crown jewel” of the Triple Crown, the Belmont Jewel is the latest racetrack drink, having been created by Centerplate to replace the Belmont Breeze in 2011.
The new cocktail is the work of little known but nearly billion dollars in annual revenue company Centerplate, which has catered Presidential Inaugural Balls, did food service for the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic Games, catered at three of the last six Super Bowls, and runs food service for the new Levi’s Stadium, host of next February’s Super Bowl 50. Centerplate also does all specialty food for the Belmont, like the new “Belmont Burger” with a custom blend of brisket and chuck topped with pastrami, served on toasted pretzel bun with slaw – yum!
“Centerplate will introduce new options, including local food and healthy alternatives, while continuing to provide traditional favourites,” Trade Centre Ltd., which operates the Halifax arena formerly known as the Metro Centre, said in a news release Friday.
When the third leg of the Triple Crown kicks off on June 6, Belmont Park expects to welcome 90,000 fans to the Elmont, N.Y. race track with Centerplate and Head Chef Bell waiting to greet them with culinary delights.
Exec chef Raymond St. Pierre and chef de cuisine Eric Cook are capitalizing on the museum's retrospective vibe with nostalgic menu touches like pickling and canning, plus a three-course seasonal prix fixe offering they've dubbed the "Allied Victory Menu."
In a nod to practices during World War II, such as rationing, the menu will feature some dishes that include canned and pickled produce. Another wartime-themed gimmick: The restaurant is offering a rotating three-course "Allied Victory” prix fixe menu which will highlight the cuisine of the countries involved in World War II.
Sophie’s at Saks Fifth Avenue, un restaurante de lujo con un variado menú contemporáneo, abrió sus puertas el 18 de abril de 2015 dentro de la recién inaugurada Saks Fifth Avenue en el Mall of San Juan.
“Guided by the muse of Sophie Gimbel, who was a visionary of style and fine living, we offer diners an interesting gastronomic experience, with a sophisticated menu, that is also simple in the selection of ingredients."
You rarely jump up and down for stadium food... until now.
A mound of Dungeness crab meat dressed in house-made aioli on garlic butter-grilled sourdough bread is one of the menu updates fans can find at Safeco Field during the 2015 Seattle Mariners season. Centerplate, the Seattle Mariners concessions partner, and noted Seattle restaurateur and Safeco Field consulting chef Ethan Stowell, have created a variety of new ballpark food based on fresh and local ingredients.
On April 11, the U.S.’ major league soccer and the English Premier League hosted a “transatlantic food exchange” created by Centerplate in which two sister clubs—D.C. United at RFK Stadium and Sunderland AFC at the Stadium of Light—served up specialties from each other’s menus.
Hoy visité el restaurante Sophie’s en Saks Fifth Avenue en el Mall of San Juan. Este es el tercer restaurante de la marca (Chicago, Sarasota Florida y Puerto Rico), y el segundo en ser diseñado y construido desde el primer día junto con el proyecto de Saks.
Centerplate, the hospitality partner of the Tampa Bay Rays and provider of special event catering at Tropicana Field, will once again welcome guests of the Heart Gallery of Pasco and Pinellas Counties for its annual Celebrate Me Home! gala on Wednesday, April 15, at 6 p.m.
The achievements of Steven Beattie, the General Manager for Centerplate at Sunderland AFC’s Stadium of Light, have been recognised with the Cost Sector Catering’s 2015 Stadia/Events/Arena Caterer of the Year Award at a glittering ceremony at the Hilton London Metropole Hotel.
Centerplate as part of the partnership between DC United and EPL club Sunderland is launching a "transatlantic food exchange" between the two clubs starting with Saturday's Red Bulls-United match at RFK Stadium. The DC team "will be offering up the Steak & Ale Pie"
The American Culinary Federation – New Orleans Chapter has named Stephan Blaser, Executive Chef of Centerplate at the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, one of the Best Chefs of Louisiana for 2015.
D.C. United’s partnership with Sunderland AFC hasn’t produced many significant tangible experiences for fans on this side of the ocean, but Saturday, that will change. Centerplate, the hospitality partner for the MLS and Barclay’s Premier League side is launching what they’re calling a “transatlantic food exchange” between the two clubs, which will debut this weekend at RFK Stadium for the Red Bulls tilt.
Who says you need to travel to get a taste of the world?
On April 11, D.C. United will host a "Transatlantic Food Exchange" day with its UK sister club, Sunderland AFC. Delicious food will be on display and a loaded prize package will be up for grabs.
"That's something I take a lot of pride in, as a chef. You learn to appreciate what the hot dog and the hamburger are, and obviously there are plenty of those sold here, but Seattle has a very intelligent palate," said Michael Johnson, Executive Chef for Centerplate.
Centerplate, the Seattle Mariners concessions partner, and noted Seattle restaurateur and Safeco Field consulting chef Ethan Stowell, have created a variety of new ballpark food based on fresh and local ingredients.
It's the creation of executive chef Marc Spooner, 40, who won an episode of Chopped, the popular Food Network show that pits chefs in a timed competition. Since coming to Tropicana Field, he has made it his mission to elevate ballpark cuisine. This latest menu offering might sound excessive but in execution it's pretty great.
The concessions at Providence Park are known for putting an emphasis on local, with breads, meats and cheeses all coming Portland or Oregon at large. And a partnership with local food carts means you can watch the game and have your Nong's, too.
When you catch a Rays game at Tropicana Field this season, you'll have some tasty new treats to enjoy
In fact, the Rays and their hospitality partner Centerplate are partnering up with several local eateries and craft breweries to offer up an amazing dining experience at the Trop.
Food upgrades are on the ballpark’s roster this season as well. A new lower center-field food court offering Slice House pizza, a Doggie Diner Grill and a Gilroy Garlic Fries stand is located inside the Marina Gate by the garden area.
Hungry fans heading to Safeco Field this season will have no shortage of the old standbys like hamburgers and hotdogs. But the folks responsible for all the stadium food offerings aren't standing pat with just the tried and true.