Canadian Tire Centre Food


Food at the Canadian Tire Centre

Home of the Ottawa Senators, Canadian Tire Centre opened in 1996 and underwent major expansion in 2005.  The arena, which hosts college athletics in addition to being where sports fans can see a Senators game, is located in the western suburb of Kanata.  The Ottawa Senators have been the primary resident since the venue opened. The Senators, members of the NHL’s Atlantic Division in the Eastern Conference, have yet to win a Stanley Cup but have been to the conference championship round of the playoffs. The food, dining, and drinks inside and around the arena are a mix of classic stadium favorites, local and Canadian menu mainstays, and popular name brand outlets.  From the first puck drop to the final horn there are plenty of great places to eat and drink in and around the arena.

Canadian Tire Centre Food & Concession Stands

The food, drink, restaurants, and concessions available at Senators games offer something to suit everyone’s taste who visits the Canadian Tire Centre.  No matter where you are in the seating bowl, delicious food and rink is only steps away.  Starting with a classic Canada brand, Tin Horton’s coffee is available at multiple locations. Grab another item the country is famous for when you visit Smoke’s Poutinerie, with locations at sections 205 and 225. The long list of food and beverage items you can get at the venue includes pizza, egg rolls, burgers, popcorn, hot dogs, fries, onion rings, pretzels, nachos, and more.  From light snacks to pub style food, there’s something to suit everyone’s taste at Ottawa Senators games. 

Classic Food at Canadian Tire Centre

If you’re at an Ottawa Senators game, there’s both food and drink options you have to try inside the Canadian Tire Centre. Part of the beverage experience at the arena, and really throughout Canada, is an original or spicy Mott’s Clamato.  Try “Canada’s Cocktail,” near section 209.  Choose from three barbecue sandwiches including the Official Pulled Pork Sandwich of the Ottawa Senators at Fatboys Southern Smokehouse, which serves up slow cooked excellence at the venue.  If craft beer is your thing, Six Pints has exactly what you’re looking for when you’re at one of the Ottawa Senators games. 

Food Near Canadian Tire Centre

The Canadian Tire Centre is not far from downtown Ottawa where you will find plenty of outstanding places to eat before Senators games. The local restaurants and bars close to the Canadian Tire Centre cater to fans on their way to a Ottawa Senators hockey game.   There is everything from upscale sports bar establishments to spots that offer pub style food, all in the downtown area.  Some restaurants to try before going to any of the Ottawa Senators games are Crazy Horse Stonegrill Steakhouse and Saloon, Moxie’s Grill & Bar, Fratelli Kanata, and Montana’s.  You’re sure to hear good reviews and have some of your own when you visit any of these restaurants in the downtown Ottawa area before Senators games. 

Canadian Tire Centre Food & Concession FAQs

How much does food cost at the Canadian Tire Centre?

Basic arena fare starts at about $7, including snacks and lighter items.  As with games at any professional sports venue, prices climb quickly from there.

Can you bring food into the Canadian Tire Centre?

You cannot bring outside food or beverage items into the Canadian Tire Centre for Ottawa Senators games or any other events.

What restaurants are inside the Canadian Tire Centre?

There are several great restaurants inside the Canadian Tire Centre for fans to enjoy when they visit the venue for Ottawa Senators games. They include the Ledge, which is on the upper concourse and is an upscale sports bar that has a great beer selection and serves pub style food.  There is also Bert’s, Check Point, and Club Red, all which add to the fan experience at Ottawa Senators games.

How much does a beer cost at Canadian Tire Centre?

There are lots of places to get beer at the arena and if you choose to have a brew at any of the Ottawa Senators games, you’ll pay $8 and up for the pleasure.

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