Mercedes-Benz Stadium officially opens Aug. 26. When the Falcons take on the Arizona Cardinals in that preseason game, fans will come with an appetite for winning. But the 2 million-square-foot sports facility, also home to Atlanta United, will offer ways to satiate a belly and wet a whistle.
Click here to find out what you need to know to eat and drink well at Mercedes-Benz Stadium — on game days and nongame days alike.
Scroll down to see photos of some of the culinary offerings that will be on hand at Mercedes-Benz Stadium:
Iberian Pig is one of numerous area restaurants that will have a presence at Mercedes-Benz stadium. Its two concession stands, both located on the 200-level concourse, will offer pork cheek tacos (pictured), a sandwich of jamon Serrano, garrotxa cheese and local tomato, and bacon-wrapped beef dog topped with, Manchego cheese sauce, crispy onions and a red pepper aioli. / Photo: Iberian Pig
The portobello mushroom burger is part of the Levy Restaurants premium concessions offerings. / Photo by Chris Hunt
Brisket grilled cheese with braised beef, barbecue aioli, fontina cheese and Texas toast will be served at Hot Press Express portable carts in sections 104, 226 and 307. / Photo by Chris Hunt
Tacos Barbacoa made with beef or ancho chicken, white cheese, jalapenos, shredded lettuce and pico de gallo will be served at Fresh Mex section 123. / Photo by Chris Hunt
Brat Burgers are part of the premium concessions offerings at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. / Photo by Chris Hunt
The Southern Mule, a Mercedes-Benz Stadium signature drink, is studded with freshly picked strawberries and mint leaves. / Photo by Chris Hunt
Neighborhood Punch, a frozen mai tai made with watermelon, Jack Fire and grenadine / Photo by Chris Hunt
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