Gillette Stadium is the NFL home of the New England Patriots out on 1 Patriot Place, Foxborough, MA 02035. Out in Foxboro, Massachusetts, the stadium sits about thirty miles south of Boston and north of Providence, Rhode Island, making it a central location for fans in New England to visit. In addition to NFL games, Gillette Stadium hosts concerts, the New England Revolution soccer games, and more. Here are some of the best food options to consider to get on game day.
Classic Gillette Stadium Food Choices
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- Ale House: Domestic beer, craft beer, pretzels, and personal pizzas out in sections 113 and 137. You will also find concession stands serving up mixed drinks as well during games!
- Tenders & Wings: Serving up chicken tenders with an array of sauces out in sections 107, 117, 130, and 135
- Lighthouse Grill: Classic stadium food like chicken tenders, hot dogs, steak and cheese sandwiches, French Fries, and more out in sections 101, 138, 141, and 143
- Marketplace Express: Patriot fans looking for a more healthy food option to eat should consider the This area has wraps, potatoes, Asian Noodle Bars, salads, and more out in sections 105, 122, and 129.
- Stadium Pizza: Papa Gino’s pizza out in sections 103, 116, 126, and 139
- Dunkin Donuts: You will find plenty of Dunkin Donuts concession stands around the stadium to enjoy
- Italian Sausage: Fans looking for hot and sweet sausages will see this food stands all around the stadium
New Foods to Enjoy During a New England Patriots Game
- Backyard Barbeque: Pulled pork sandwiches, BBQ street tacos, brisket, pulled chicken sandwiches, and more out in sections 112 and 140
- Smokehouse Grill: Serving up burgers, BBQ, and more in the south endzone at the stadium
- Ice Cream and Popcorn Cart: Personal ice cream sundaes and popcorn out in sections 105, 117, 125, and 137
Can you Bring Outside Food into Gillette Stadium?
According to Usebounce.com, all outside food and drinks are prohibited from entering the stadium.
Can you Tailgate Before a Game?
According to gillettestadium.com, tailgating begins four hours before kick-off and stays two hours after the final whistle. However, fans have plenty of bar and restaurant options to consider meeting at if they choose not to tailgate in a parking lot. Gillette Stadium built up the area over the years to include plenty of activities for fans to do before and after a game.
Check out the Gillette Stadium Parking tips sections if you want to save money on your next visit to the venue.
In summary, catching a Patriots game or any event at Gillette Stadium offers a lot for fans to enjoy. Patriot Place also has plenty of bars, restaurants, and other activities to do before and after a game. Finally, the Patriots continue updating their food menu each season, so be sure to see what’s new on your next visit!