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Stadium food gets fancy

Aug 14, 2008

Colts fans will have a wide array of food to choose from at Lucas Oil Stadium with a greater selection of concessions.

But at a price.

Lucas Oil Stadium will offer a wider selection of food at more locations than the RCA Dome, but prices on a few concession staples will increase slightly.

It's difficult to compare food prices in the stadium to those at the dome because many of the items are new. However, the cost of jumbo pretzels, hot dogs and draft beer all will increase by 25 cents. A 20-ounce soft drink now will cost $4, versus $3.50 at the dome, while the prices of nachos and bottled water remain the same.

See a Full Menu and Prices here

The stadium will have more than 30 different food items. Fans seated in suites or at club level will have even more choices via a rotating menu.

The food Network would be proud to feature this menu. Fans will still find the old standbys like hot dogs and giant pretzels. But there are also gourmet sausages and and pan-seared salmon.

Looking for something exotic on the palate? There's seared roast beef and roasted duck salad.

The company that provides food for visitors to the Indianapolis Zoo oversees concessions now at Lucas Oil Stadium.

There are also giant turkey clubs with apple smoked bacon and cheese from Traders Point, a Zionsville-based organic farm.
 How about a side of roasted corn stuffing or sun-dried cranberries? There's also honey-mustard roasted pork loin medallions and something called pork poppers, Philly cheesesteaks, tenderloins, chicken fingers, meatball sandwiches, pork chops and more.

For those watching their waistlines, there are plenty of salads with fresh ingredients. 

If you're indulging, check out the Circle City Chili Bar and something called the Three Little Pigs slider.



Centerplate, the exclusive caterer of the Indiana Convention Center & Lucas Oil Stadium, provides catering, concessions, management and merchandise services for approximately 150 of North America 's best-known venues - sports facilities, convention centers and other entertainment locations. We look for fresh, creative ideas that make people feel they've experienced a special culinary delight.

Centerplate offers that special touch to any event. We have the ability to custom design menus for breakfast, lunch or dinner on a scale that ranges from modest to grand. Our professional culinary staff has been trained at some of the best institutes in the world. The Centerplate catering sales team will help you coordinate and service your food and beverage needs from a coffee break to a four-course gala event.   Whether you are planning a coffee break for 30 or a black tie dinner for 3,000, Centerplate offers a full array of services that can meet your needs.

  • Professional culinary staff on site. 

  • Upscale Luxury Suite Catering. 

  • Restaurant quality food. 

  • Buffet or sit-down services to suit your group's needs.

  • Professional and highly experienced banquet staff.


We pride ourselves on having one of the most modern stadium food service facilities in the country.  Over 160 concession locations including 51 permanent concessions stands, 97 portable concession/bar stands, 8 Club stands and 8 Club Action stations, provide a variety of food and beverage selections throughout the stadium, including:

Hot dogs 
Onion rings 
Pork tenderloins 
Tempura burgers 
Steak sandwiches 
Rope sausage 
Ice Cream 

In addition to having more choices, fans also shouldn't have to wait as long to get their hands on what they want.
Lucas Oil Stadium will have 525 "points of sale" compared with 287 at the RCA Dome.

 It will also boast 778 beer taps.
Far more than what the RCA Dome had.

Concession stand menus and prices

Here's a list of concession items and their prices at the new Lucas Oil Stadium:


Hot dog: $4.75
Bratwurst: $5.50
Italian sausage: $5.50
Polish sausage: $6
Corn dog: $4
Personal pizza: $7
Half-pound hamburger: $7.75
French fries: $4
Onion rings: $5
Jumbo pretzel: $3.50
Cheese cup: $1
Gourmet pretzel: $4
Popcorn in souvenir megaphone: $12
Large popcorn: $4.75
Peanuts: $4.25
Potato chips: $2
Regular nachos: $5
Nachos grande: $7.50
Philly cheesesteak: $8
Tenderloin: $8
Chicken fingers with french fries: $8
Meatball sandwich: $8
Chicken Caesar wrap: $8
Chicken Caesar sandwich: $8
Barbecue sandwich: $8
Pork chop sandwich: $8


M&Ms: $4
Snickers bar: $4
Twizzlers: $4


20-ounce soda: $4
32-ounce soda in a souvenir cup: $5.50
20-ounce bottled soda: $4
20-ounce bottled water: $3.50
12-ounce coffee: $2.50
16-ounce coffee: $4


22-ounce draft beer in a souvenir cup: $7
16-ounce domestic bottle/can of beer: $7
12-ounce glass bottle of beer: $6.50
16-ounce malt beverage, in a plastic bottle: $7


From football games to sit-down dinners, Centerplate believes that Lucas Oil Stadium clients and guests will experience great amenities, great food and Hoosier hospitality without ever leaving the stadium!

Contact: or 317.262.3500.


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