Legends Hospitality Management is a joint venture between the Yankees, the Cowboys, and Goldman Sachs. This week the New York Times ran a piece showcasing a food preview for New Yankees Stadium. Could this give us some clues as to what’s on the menu in Arlington? Is there a chance a new GM will be on that menu?
At New Yankee Stadium suite and club ticket holders will be delighted with all you can eat delicacies prepared by celebrity chefs in an open kitchen. While I’m not sure Jerry can lure an Iron Chef, more than likely there will be high end fare for the high end seats. Perhaps Stephan Pyles, Dean Fearing, or Tim Love would be willing to cook for tickets?
In New York, the choices for commoners, while not overwhelming, still incorporate fresh ingredients and varieties from local favorites, as well as better-done stadium stalwarts. For example, Lobel’s, a premium butcher, will provide hand-carved sandwiches in the main concourse.
Assuming the new Dallas Cowboys stadium follows a path similar to its partner, what would you like to see there?
Any local grub? Any local brews? Will you still stick to the hot dog/Miller Lite combo? Will you ignore it all and try to save $50 by smuggling in your homemade tuna sandwich?