INDIANAPOLIS — Fans returning to Gainbridge Fieldhouse this Pacers season will be able to enjoy a wide range of new food and beverage options, checkout-free concession stands, and fare from local restaurants.
The enhancements are part of the Fieldhouse of the Future renovations that provide a “premium for all” experience, Pacers Sports & Entertainment said Tuesday.
“One aspect of the Fieldhouse of the Future is a premium for all environment where generations of fans can have memorable and unique experiences within the experience of being at an event, and the new food options and state-of-the-art technology at concessions delivers on that promise,” said Rick Fuson, PS&E President and Chief Operating Officer. “The new culinary experience at the Fieldhouse enhances this world-class venue, and we think fans will be excited about all we have to offer.”
New features include:
- Fast Break grab-n-go concession stands: Checkout-free, self-service concession areas allow guests to enter using their credit cards or mobile wallets, remove their selections from the shelves, and be billed automatically upon exiting.
- New upgraded concession stands throughout the Main Concourse and Krieg DeVault Levels, including:
- Three Point Taqueria, Section 15
- Delaware St. Pizzeria, Section 106
- Boom Baby! Burgers, Section 117
- New Minority Guest Chef Program: “The Kitchen,” a new rotating chef concept, will highlight minority-owned restaurants in the city. Each participating chef will serve their signature dishes for three games during the season.
- Fieldhouse Food Co. launch: Fieldhouse Food Co. will oversee all food and beverage at Gainbridge Fieldhouse and bring fans Indianapolis-inspired classics as well as new offerings.
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