Smoothie King Center Food

Last updated on December 7th, 2023 at 06:11 pm

Smoothie King Center Food

Smoothie King Center (originally New Orleans Arena) is home to the New Orleans Pelicans NBA team and New Orleans VooDoo, Arena Football team. The venue opened in 1999 in downtown New Orleans at 1501 Dave Dixon Dr, New Orleans, LA 70113. Outside of hosting basketball and arena football games, Smoothie King Center hosts many concerts, events, shows, performances, and more year-round.


Here is the food and drink guide at Smoothie King Center.


Best Food at Smoothie King Center

Classic Smoothie King Center Food

Classic Smoothie King Center Food

  • Smoothies: Fans looking for smoothies to enjoy during a game or event can head to section 101
  • Tip-Off: Hot dogs, sausages, chips, peanuts, nachos, cheese cups, pretzels, water, soda, beer, and more out in section 102
  • Sports Bar: Signature cocktails, hamburgers, cheeseburgers, wine, beer, water, soda, and more in section 104
  • Three Point Grill: This is a rotating menu that offers up something new to fans throughout the season in section 118
  • Krispy Krunchy Chicken: French fries, shrimp, chicken tenders, chicken wings, and more out in sections 109 and 311
  • Backcourt Burgers: Burgers, cheeseburgers, fries, and more in concourse section 116
  • Nola Nachos: Fans looking for seafood nachos should head to sections 122 and 301


New Food at Smoothie King Center

New Food at Smoothie King Center

  • Zatarains: Fans looking for an authentic “Louisiana” food experience should head to section 106. There you will find alligator po’boy and jambalaya dishes to have during a game
  • Dixie Tap Room: Specialty cocktail drinks, beer, and more in section 124
  • Parish Pizza: Signature pizzas, including veggie, vegan, meat lovers, cheese, pepperoni, and more, out in sections 110 and 311
  • Geaux Mac: Hot dogs, peanuts, chips, shrimp Geaux Mac, three cheese Geaux Mac, sausage, nachos, and more in sections 113 and 325
  • Pier 121: Catfish, shrimp po’boys, cheese fries, shrimp platters, and more in section 121
  • Dixie BBQ: Fans looking for BBQ meals can head over to section 317


Classic Dessert Choices

  • Sweet Shack: Candy, funnel cakes, pudding, ice cream, and more in sections 117 and 309
  • Nola Popcorn: Souvenir popcorn buckets, candy, chips, and more in sections 129 and 301


Can You Bring Outside Food or Drinks into the New Orleans Venue?

Pelican fans can’t bring any outside food or drinks into the venue. However, with the arena in downtown New Orleans, you will find plenty of bars and restaurants to visit before or after a game if you are hungry and thirsty. Those places nearby include Taqueria D.F, Dave and Busters, PJ’s Coffee, and Smoothie King Juice shop.


Also, check out the Smoothie King Center parking guide before driving to the area. That link can also secure a parking spot before a big game. In addition, checking out that link with parking tips can help you save money on parking.


Finally, be sure to visit the Smoothie King Center Bag Policy guide to see what bags can come into the venue.

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