Allegiant Stadium already made its prime-time debut on national television on Monday Night Football when the Las Vegas Raiders defeated the New Orleans Saints, but now the Death Star, as it’s affectionately called, reveals even more of the food and beverage on the way.
The Las Vegas Raiders, Allegiant Stadium, and Levy officially launched Silver & Black Hospitality as the stadium’s own food, beverage, and events brand.
Las Vegas-based restaurants play a major role in the food and drink available. The hospitality company officially announced that restaurants include glammed up burgers from Holsteins Shakes & Buns, which also has a location at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas; Eater 38 burgers with a Japanese twist from FukuBurger; down home barbecue from Rollin Smoke; traditional Italian dishes from Ferraro’s; elevated sandwiches from Capriotti’s; and pizza by the slice from Pizza Rock by Tony Gemignani and Downtown’s Evel Pie.
Other dining outlets previously announced include locals’ favorite BBQ Mexicana with a mix of barbecue and Mexican dishes from Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Milliken of Border Grill fame. The Two Hot Tamales have a location at Mandalay Bay as well. Marc Marrone of Graffiti Bao, Locale Italian Kitchen, and Egg Sammie fame brings an outlets Graffiti Bao and Viva Los Noches, much like his Piña at T-Mobile Arena, at the stadium. Sam Marvin of Echo & Rig at Tivoli Village plans to open an outlet of his steakhouse at the stadium serving a rib-eye sandwich and Raider chips. And Snap-O-Razzo plans to offer a hot dog cart from chef Ralph Perrazzo.
Tony Abou-Ganim, who has conjured up so many cocktail menus in the city, including his own at Libertine Social at Mandalay Bay, takes on the job of Allegiant Stadium’s resident master mixologist. His cocktails find a home throughout the stadium.
Silver & Black Hospitality also has its own brands at the stadium. Loaded hot dogs find a home at Neon Eats, Raiders tailgate fare resides at Tastes of the Nation, and square slices of pizza land at P2 Pizza. Area 41 offers cocktails, while beer, wine, and cocktails find a home at The 1960. Other outlets include Casamigos, the tequila company from George Clooney, Rande Gerber, and Mike Meldman; Blue Moon; and Arghhhiritas with margaritas.
Fans, who cannot attend in-person events at the stadium yet, can look forward to a house deals menu, with six of the top-selling game day menu items for $3. The stadium also plans to be cashless and only accept credit or debit cards.
Once the stadium can officially open to the public, the Raiders and Allegiant Stadium say they worked with Silver & Black Hospitality to implement a comprehensive plan to safely deliver hospitality at the stadium based on Levy’s best practices. The plan will evolve according to conditions of social gatherings in Las Vegas, Clark County, and the State of Nevada.
The stadium with room for 65,000, plans to host everything from concerts and sporting events such as the Pro Bowl, Pac-12 Football Championship Game, and Las Vegas Bowl, as well serve as the future home of UNLV football.