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19 Things You Need To Know About T-Mobile Arena

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Everything about the food and drink at the new arena anchoring The Park

T-Mobile Arena
T-Mobile Arena
Amelinda B Lee

Take a look at the dining and drinking options at T-Mobile Arena, the new 20,000-seat venue that anchors The Park is now ready for concerts, sporting events and more. The arena from MGM Resorts and AEG debuted with The Killers and Wayne Newton serenading the crowd. When those fans get hungry or thirsty, here’s where they’ll head.

1. Some of those suites have a "nightclub-inspired private viewing area" that can accommodate four to six guests.

2. The third level features 44 luxury suites with individual kitchenettes, suite attendants, sofa-style banquettes and seating for up to 16 guests.

3. The eight 700-square-foot event level suites have private bars. Fans can see their favorite sports team or performer walk out on stage through two-way mirrors lining one wall.

4. Modern Mixologist Tony Abou-Ganim heads up the cocktail program.

5. He has a posse of 100 "bar chefs" on hand.

6. The arena has craft cocktails on tap, such as the Atomic Fizz, Rum Punch and Scratch Margarita at every concession stand and bar.

7. The arena even has its own artisanal ice program and professional "ice breakers" hand-carve spheres, cubes, diamonds and blocks in the Goose Island Bar.

8. Sitting on the suite level? Those guests can order the mojito cart.

9. Another option? A DIY cocktail box with instructions by Abou-Ganim himself.

10. The arena also offers punch service in place of bottle service.

11. A Poke Bar is offered alongside herb-roasted grilled sausage on a pretzel bun.

12. The swankier your digs the more chichi the food. Up in the premium clubs on the event and suite levels have caviar service, freshly sliced charcuterie and hand-carved pork hoison banh mi.

13. Regular ticket holders can order a Shack Burger at Shake Shack.

14. Vegas-based Pizza Forte dishes out wood-fired New York-style pizzas.

15. Back up on the event and suite levels find specialty cocktail menus at the Patron and Optum Lounges.

16. A Jack Daniel's Lounge and Bud Light Lounge have their own menus with a view of the action.

17. Up on the club level, find The Gastro Pubs with duck fat frites, hand-carved prime rib sandwiches and even a dessert cart full of six-layer cakes, gourmet cookies and nostalgic candy.

18. Hyde Lounge inside the arena features an 18,000-square-foot nightclub on the arena's top floor that extends over the crowd below.

19. The Grey Goose Nest and Stella Artois Loft feature bottle service. Gourmet small plates and entrees round out the experience.

T-Mobile Arena

3780 South Las Vegas Boulevard, , NV 89158 (702) 692-1600 Visit Website

The Park

4210-3 Paseo del Centenario, Zona Urbana Rio Tijuana, B.C. 22010 664 567 1407

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