Honda Center to Undergo Complete Food and Beverage Makeover
New Branded Locations and Unique Menu Items Highlight the Upgrades Offered on all Three Levels of the Venue over the Next Two Years
Thursday, 07.8.2010 / 9:47 AM PT / News
“Our goal is to offer not only the best in entertainment, but also give fans the best options for dining,” said Tim Ryan, President and CEO of Honda Center. “We want develop a reputation for having the best food of any arena in the country and believe fans will take notice this fall.”
Honda Center and Aramark have formed a new unique partnership that will bring top-notch fare to those attending events at the venue. Many of Honda Center’s existing concession locations will receive upgrades and an entirely new visual look, including upgraded food quality, signage and uniforms.
In the fall, three uniquely branded stands will unveil specialty items never before seen at the venue. Those visiting the San Manuel Premium Level will also be privy to newly upgraded food service areas, while the Jack Daniels Old No. 7 Club will launch a completely revised menu that includes upgraded buffet offerings.
Due to the extensive nature of the plan and limited windows of venue availability for renovation, the upgrade will be split over two years. The second year of the program will see additional branded locations and specialty food items as well as custom-built portable bars and concessions. Further details will be announced throughout the summer.
About Honda Center
Honda Center is the premier entertainment and sports venue in Southern California. Recently ranked 10th in the world for 2010 mid-year ticket sales, the arena is owned by the city of Anaheim and managed by Anaheim Arena Management. The National Hockey League’s Anaheim Ducks have called the arena home since their inaugural season in the fall of 1993. In addition to Ducks games each year, Honda Center hosts sporting events such as the annual John R. Wooden Classic and Professional Bull Riders, concerts by top performers including U2, Paul McCartney and the Eagles, and family shows like Stars On Ice, Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus as well as the Harlem Globetrotters.