Tiger Stadium Food

Last updated on October 16th, 2023 at 03:35 pm

Tiger Stadium Food

Tiger Stadium is home to the LSU Tigers Football Team. The football stadium opened in 1924 at Baton Rouge, LA 70803. Over the years, the football arena has gone through numerous renovations to improve the gameday experience for fans, which includes updating the food and drink menu.


Here is the complete guide to food and drinks at Tiger Stadium.


Classic Tiger Stadium Food

Classic Tiger Stadium Food

  • Tigers Classics: Hot dogs, nachos, popcorn, pretzels, chicken tenders, cheese cups, hamburgers, cheeseburgers, soda, water, beer, and more can be found throughout the concession stands at the venue
  • Lucky Dogs: Jumbo lucky dogs, jumbo chili dogs, premium beer, domestic beer, water, and more
  • Papa Johns: Classic cheese, pepperoni, and more pizza for fans to enjoy
  • Johnny Rockets: Fans looking for tasty burgers, fries, milkshakes, and more can find them at this stand
  • Chick-Fil-A: Serving up the delicious chicken sandwich, fries, water, soda, beer, and more


New Food at Tiger Stadium

  • Cajun Corner: Out in sections 102 and 415, fans looking for signature Lousanna dishes should head here. You will find Catfish buckets, boudin balls, jambalaya, alligator sausage, Po’boy sandwiches, and more.
  • Creole Creations: Louisiana-inspired dishes, including crawfish, shrimp, catfish, jambalaya, gumbo, and more
  • Tre’s Street Kitchen: Street burgers, fries, soda, beer, and more
  • The Shed Barbecue: Serving up signature BBQ dishes for fans to enjoy
  • The Creole Café of T-Beaux: Serving up chicken tacos, gumbo, boudin, and more


Classic Dessert Choices

  • Dippin’ Dots: Offering a wide range of delicious ice cream flavors for fans to enjoy
  • Kona Ice: Serving up a wide range of tropical shaved ice flavors for fans to enjoy
  • Beignet Box: Serving up sugar beignets and more near gate 22
  • Manada and Leroy’s Lemonade: Fans looking for delicious lemonade on gameday should head to this stand.


Can Fans Bring Outside Food or Drinks into LSU Tigers Stadium

According to the official Tiger Stadium policy guide’s website, fans can bring 32 ounces or smaller water into the venue. The water must be factory sealed before entering the stadium. Outside of that, all other food and beverages are not permitted.


However, if you have any special dietary needs that you must bring in, please visit Gate 10. In addition to that, you can also visit the Southwest Roll Gate at the venue.


Can You Tailgate and Eat Before a Game?

Tailgating is part of the experience when catching a football game at Tiger Stadium. Some rules include no tents larger than 10 feet by 10 feet, no stacking, no loud generators, no drones, and more. Fans will be grilling food, playing music, and drinking in the parking lots before kickoff. Just remember that you can’t bring any outside food from tailgating into the stadium.


Fans should check out the LSU Tigers’ official tailgating guide before heading to the parking lots to tailgate.


Finally, there will be pop up tents outside the stadium that offer food and drinks to purchase. Consider checking out these areas if you want to eat and drink before a game. The prices at these stands will be cheaper than what you will find inside the stadium.

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