AT&T Stadium Food

Last updated on December 13th, 2023 at 09:08 am

AT&T Stadium Food

AT&T Stadium is the NFL venue of the Dallas Cowboys at 1 AT&T Way, Arlington, TX 76011. The stadium sits next to the Texas Rangers’ new ballpark, Globe Life Park. With the NFL stadium being a new stadium, you can expect some great food options to enjoy during a game.


Also, I share my recommendations and thoughts on the food and drink choices for AT&T Stadium in this article.


Best Food at AT&T Stadium – Video Spotlight

I really like this video from CBS Texas that highlight some of the best food to try at AT&T Stadium for your next game!

Classic AT&T Stadium Food Choices

Classic AT&T Stadium Food Choices

  • Classic Meals: Hot dogs, cheeseburgers, nachos, pretzels, and more can be found throughout the venue on game day and events to enjoy
  • Chicken Fried Steak Sandwich: The classic chicken fried steak sandwich is a Texas as chicken sandwiches get. Get this delicious sandwich out in sections 218, 243, 409, 439
  • Cowboys Cheesesteak: Fans looking for the classic cheesesteak sandwich with onions, sauce, meat, veggies, and more at section sections 302 and 327
  • Cheetos Ma N Cheese Balls: Deep fried mac and cheese balls with cheeto cheese at sections 218, 243, 405, and 435
  • Sausage Supreme: Jalapeno cheese sausage, mac and cheese, and more at sections 410, 412, 442, and 450
  • Protein Box: Fans looking for a snack packed with protein (hard-boiled eggs, cheese, almonds) and more can head to sections 420 and 450
  • Texas-Sized Chicken & Waffles Sandwich: The famous chicken and waffle sandwich with maple syrup out in sections 218 and 243


New Foods to Enjoy During a Dallas Cowboys Game

New Foods to Enjoy During a Dallas Cowboys Game

  • Heaven and Hell Burger: A burger with mac n cheese, Fritos, lettuce, and more out in sections 202 and 227
  • Pro Bowl: An Asian-inspired dish with fried rice, meat, peppers, soy sauce, and more out in sections 219 and 245.
  • Korean BBQ Brat: Korean sausage with onions, jalapenos, fried onions, and more out in sections 411 and 441
  • Super 16 Burger: A one pound burger with tons of toppings at sections 202, 220, 227, 245, 401, 412, 425, and 442
  • Quinoa Salad: A protein-rich meal with brown rice, vegetables, and feta cheese out in sections 420 and 450.
  • Grain Bowl: Available at Hall of Fame Concessions, fans can get healthy and delicious rice, vegetables, and a selection of protein. 
  • Bent Buckle: A cone filled with mac n cheese, jalapenos, mac n cheese, and more out in Bent Buckle. 
  • Vaqueros: A salsa chicken taco out in Vaqueros
  • CRISP: A Dorito chicken wrap with ranch dressing out in the upper concourse and the main concourse
  • Al Pastor Tacos: Signature tacos at sections 408 and 438


Classic Dessert

  • Stadium collectible: popcorn can be found at sections 205, 216, 229, 241, 408, 411, 417, 438, 444, and 448
  • Cowboys Ice Cream Sundae: Out in sections 219, 245, and 412, fans can enjoy a wide selection of ice cream flavors with nuts, whip cream, cherries, and more
  • Candy: Fans can pick up candy from most concession stands throughout the venue


My Recommendations on AT&T Stadium Food

I have never been to AT&T Stadium. However, looking at their food offerings, I recommend getting the Chicken Fried Steak sandwich meal from the photos online.


Regarding drinks at the stadium, try to go to a stand with an express checkout lane. I’ve been to a few different NFL venues and always go through the express lane when I only want to purchase drinks. Express lanes move fans quickly through the checkout process, which means you get back to your seat faster for the action. 


Finally, my last recommendation is to tailgate before the game in the parking lots. I’ve done tailgating before games, and you won’t be as hungry when you enter the stadium. That means that you can still get food at the stadium, but you won’t need to spend as much since you won’t be as hungry. If you have the opportunity to get to the stadium four hours or so before the game to tailgate, try and do that. Otherwise, you will need to get something from the stadium if you get hungry.


Can you Bring Outside Food into AT&T Stadium?

can you bring outside food into at&t stadium

According to the prohibited items and behavior on, fans can’t bring any outside food or beverage into the stadium. 


Also, be sure to visit the AT&T Stadium Bag Policy section to see what you can and can’t bring into the venue.


Can you Tailgate and Eat Before a Game?

Tailgating is allowed in certain parking lots for any game and AT&T Stadium event. Check out the official tailgating guide here to learn everything you need to know.


Conclusion: AT&T Stadium Food

In summary, AT&T Stadium updates its food and drink options each season. While my recommendation for any fan going to a game is to tailgate to save money on food, the food options inside the stadium look impressive. I recommend getting the Chicken Fried Steak Sandwich for any fan going to the game due to the photos of it online.


Also, for drinks, try to go to an express checkout area if you only want to grab water or beer during the game. To get these items, save yourself from time standing in a traditional concession stand line.

2 thoughts on “AT&T Stadium Food

  1. As a diabetic, I cannot eat pasta, potatoes, rice, or bread; which is mostly what you offer. As a result, I still cannot bring in food to eat in the stadium?

  2. Hey Lisa, yes, the staff makes exceptions for fans with medical requirements / additional needs. If you have a medical reason to bring food into the venue, please inform the event staff or contact a Guest Services Center for assistance before your event. To contact guest services, you can call their hotline at (817) 892-4161 or use the Guest Text Messaging Service by texting to 972-945-3005 with your location and message. They also have Guest Services Centers located on the concourse behind Sections 219, 244, 420, and 451 where you can seek assistance in person.

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