When you’re the home of the Dallas Cowboys and have played host to events like the College Football Playoff, Wrestlemania, countless concerts, and all sorts of other shindigs… it’s hard to continue to innovate.
AT&T Stadium isn’t just your average ‘ol stadium, though. It is the home of the Dallas Cowboys, with a grand architect in Jerry Jones that knows how to cook up something good. Now he’s actually going to do some cooking.
On Friday the latest development to one of the finest facilities in the world was announced.
“Set to open this fall, the Stadium Club is AT&T Stadium’s new restaurant that combines first-class dining with the comfort of your favorite sports bar. The Stadium Club will be open daily for lunch and dinner, serving as a great place for visitors to dine every day and before or after touring the building.”
Whether you’re looking for a daily lunch, a fine business dinner, or a great venue to watch whatever sports are going on… the Stadium Club is the place to do it all.
Encompassing 19,000 square feet this bad boy can host up to 650 guests at a time. My assumption is that everyone in the building will know that Dez did indeed catch it way back when.
The Stadium Club is actually a bit of a throwback to the glory days at the iconic Texas Stadium. A dining place of the same name was available at the Cowboys’ previous home that was open specifically on game days, while the new incarnation will be an all-the-time thing.
AT&T Stadium is partly famous for its insane jumbotron. The house’s new restaurant will have a similar type function as there will be video walls surrounding each bar and the host stand as well as 20 flat screens scattered throughout the whole place.
It wouldn’t be the Dallas Cowboys if there weren’t some elite benefits involved, and as per norm there certainly are.
“As an added perk, game day dining memberships offer an exclusive, members only, all- inclusive dining experience to season ticket holders and suite holders during Dallas Cowboys home games. For more information on becoming a season ticket holder or suite holder, contact the Ticket Sales Office at (817) 892-4400.”