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Where to Eat and Drink at Allegiant Stadium, Home of the Las Vegas Raiders

The stadium hosts 65,000 fans when the Raiders and UNLV football teams play at Allegiant with crowds

Allegiant Stadium
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The Las Vegas Raiders get ready to play their first home pre-season game on Saturday, August 14, and for football fans, it might be their first chance to look around Allegiant Stadium to see the view from their seats and what kind of food the stadium serves. While the Raiders played their first season at Allegiant Stadium, owner Mark Davis decided that since all fans couldn’t see games live due to the pandemic, the NFL team would forgo fans in the stadium.

For its inaugural season with fans, Allegiant Stadium, which also hosts UNLV football games, tapped Silver & Black Hospitality to handle the food, beverage, and hospitality through a partnership of the Las Vegas Raiders, Allegiant Stadium, and Levy. Local favorite restaurateurs and chefs give the stadium even more of a hometown vibe with food from Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger of Border Grill fame, Marc Marrone and Todd Lunger of Graffiti Bao, Food Network star Guy Fieri, and Pizza Rock’s Tony Gemignani, among others. In all, about 30 local businesses have their foods on the menu.

All outlets are cashless and only accept major credit and debit cards. Fans convert their cash to a debit card using one of the Cash to Card kiosks located throughout the stadium.

Here’s a look at what to expect for food and beverage at Allegiant Stadium.

BBQ Mexicana

Three sliced burritos wrapped in aluminum foil on a wooden cutting board
Smoked brisket burrito at BBQ Mexicana
Louiie Victa

Milliken and Feniger serve their avocado chicken burritos, BLTA wraps, and burnt end burritos. Try the barbecue-dusted pork skins.

Section 122 and 314

Ferraro’s Italian Street Eats

The local Italian restaurant brings slices of Margherita and pepperoni pizza as well as Italian sausage sandwiches and Italian or meatball subs.

Section 328


A man poses with a burger
Colin Fukunaga with one of his burgers at Fukuburger at Allegiant Stadium
Louiie Victa

Colin Fukunaga’s beloved Japanese burger restaurant serves chicken katsu, Fuku fries, its namesake burger, and a silver and black burger with American cheese and miso-bacon slaw.

Section 128

Graffiti Bao

Marrone and Lunger bring their Asian-inspired dishes such as the bao dog and signature buns.

Coors Light Landing near the torch on Level 200


Marrone and Lunger also have their Mexican fare at the stadium. Diners can get California nachos with housemade chips, beans, cheese, pulled chicken tinga, pickled peppers, smashed avocado, and elote.

Twitch Lounge on Level 100

Modelo Cantina Lounge on Level 100

Section 338

Guy Fieri’s Tailgate Kitchen and Bar

The chef behind two Las Vegas restaurants brings his culinary flair to the stadium with Guy’s fries, a Real Cheezy burger, the Prime Time Kobe burger, Tailgater Trash Can nachos, and the Motley Que pulled pork sandwich.

Section 243


Three burgers arranged on a wooden cutting board
The Gold Standard and veggie burger at Holsteins
Louiie Victa

Restaurateur Billy Richardson takes dishes from his restaurant at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas and brought them in for stadium eats. Find the Nom Nom burger, the Gold Standard, a veggie burger, and more.

Section 106

Pizza Rock

Gemignani hails from San Francisco, but with two Pizza Rock locations in Las Vegas, he can almost be considered a local. Find his Margherita and the New Yorker pizzas, meatballs, and Buffalo chicken wings, and more at the stadium.

Modelo Cantina Lounge on Level 100

Twitch Lounge on Level 100

Section 346

Rollin’ Smoke

A chopped brisket sandwich and brisket chili cheese dog from Rollin’ Smoke
Louiie Victa

A chopped brisket sandwich, a pulled piggy sandwich, and a smoked chicken sandwich make the menu at this locals’ favorite barbecue joint.

Section 124

Spring Chicken by Yardbird

Las Vegas gets its first taste of restaurateur John Kunkel’s Spring Chicken at the stadium. Options include the All American burger, a crispy shroom sandwich, hand-breaded jumbo chicken tenders, and Nashville hot chicken, among others.

Modelo Cantina Lounge on Level 100

Twitch Lounge on Level 100


The Bobbie and two cheesesteaks, with one made with Impossible meat, come from this Las Vegas-based sandwich shop.

Section 219

Evel Pie

Garlic fries, a pepperoni slice, and more find a home here at this restaurant from LEV Group.

Section 315

Battle Born Burgers

This homegrown restaurant provides career and training opportunities to the community through a partnership with nonprofit SEEDS-Las Vegas. Dine on Reno chicken tenders and fries, Boulder City French fries, and more.

Section 338

Other options include Café Lola, Freed’s Bakery, Sushi Joe’s, Slidin’ Thru, Island Flavor, Jessie Rae’s BBQ, and Generations Kitchen.

Allegiant Stadium’s classic stadium menu features hot dogs, pretzels, peanuts, small sodas, classic nachos, and popcorn for $3.

Raiders tailgate favorites

Neon Easts

Loaded hot dogs

Section 104

Tastes of the Nation

Raiders tailgate fare

Section 117

Section 141

P2 Pizza

Pizza slices

Section 118

Section 140

Section 206

Section 230

Section 308


Allegiant Stadium brought on Las Vegas-based bartending icon Tony Abou-Ganim as resident master mixologist. Some of his special cocktails with an Allegiant Stadium/Las Vegas Raiders theme include the Bloody Fist Mary made with Diane Mina’s organic mix, Silver & Black margarita with Casamigos, and the Chucky with Gentleman Jack.

Mondavi Private Selection cabernet, sauvignon blanc, and chardonnay are on hand, as are wines from the Constellation portfolio, including Prisoner, Meiom, and Kim Crawford, in private suites and lounges. Raiders alumnus and Pro Football Hall of Famer Charles Woodson serves his Intercept Wine collection at Shift 4 and San Manuel Clubs. Pro Football Hall of Famer Fred Biletnikoff will also offer his 25 wine at select locations.

Beer fans can find more than 25 brews available stadium-wide, including favorite domestic and craft draft and cans.

Area 41 Bar


Section 126

The 1960


Section 106

Section 139

Section 327

Section 343

Modelo Bar

Section 119

Section 308

Vizzy Bar

Section 333

Jack Daniel’s Bar

Section 120

Blue Moon Bar

Section 127

Coors Light Bar

Section 143

Torch Bar

Section 201

Corona Bar

Section 322

Hop Nation

Section 103

Allegiant Stadium Reveals Some of Its Food and Beverage Options [ELV]

All Coverage of Allegiant Stadium [ELV]

Jessie Rae's BBQ

5611 South Valley View Boulevard, , NV 89118 (702) 541-5546 Visit Website

Border Grill

3500 Las Vegas Blvd South, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (702) 854-6700 Visit Website

Graffiti Bao

7355 South Buffalo Drive, , NV 89113 (702) 323-6033 Visit Website

Café Lola

4280 South Hualapai Way, , NV 89147 (702) 766-5652 Visit Website

BBQ Mexicana

3950 Las Vegas Blvd. S. , Las Vegas, NV 89119 Visit Website

Pizza Rock

2300 Paseo Verde Parkway, , NV 89052 (702) 616-2996 Visit Website

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3439 S Jones Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89146

Evel Pie

508 Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV 89101 (702) 850-6460 Visit Website

Island Flavor

8090 South Durango Drive, , NV 89113 (702) 876-2024 Visit Website


3708 South Las Vegas Boulevard, , NV 89109 (702) 698-7940 Visit Website

Allegiant Stadium

3333 Al Davis Way, Las Vegas, NV 89118 Visit Website

Blue Moon Bar

3667 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109 Visit Website

Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

3708 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (702) 698-7000 Visit Website

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