Enterprise Center Food

Food at the Enterprise Center

The St. Louis Blues of the NHL’s Western Conference Central Division play their home games at  Enterprise Center, located in downtown St. Louis, Missouri.  The arena opened in 1994 and the Blues started playing there in 1995.  Enterprise took over the naming rights in 2018, with the arena previously being called the Scottrade Center.  The venue has been host to several other professional and collegiate teams since opening and is also a popular concert venue. Many NCAA championships have been held at the Enterprise Center, including the “Frozen Four” college hockey playoffs.  For hockey games and other events at the arena, the food services team uses a combination of concession stands and portable carts which makes it easy for them to adjust to crowds as needed.  Throughout the mezzanine and plaza level, there are a ton of food and drink options for fans to try as they cheer on their favorite team.

Enterprise Center Food & Concession Stands

The food, drink, and concessions inside the Enterprise Center are dispersed well on both the mezzanine and plaza level, giving everyone in the seating bowl easy access to all of the delicious options available.  The food available includes traditional fare such as hot dogs, chicken tenders,  nachos, and pretzels, plus Enterprise Center concession stands offer specialty foods such as pile-up hamburgers, bratwursts, tacos, salads, and a lot more.  On both levels, you can also find fan favorites like BBQ, Asian stir fry, deluxe nachos, specialty beers, smoothies, and Dippin’ Dots ice cream.  On the plaza level, you can find specialty food vendors such as JD Barrelhouse, STL Brats, Sugarfire BBQ, and Kohn’s Kosher.  The Anheuser Busch Biergarten Bar is also on this level.  On the mezzanine level fans can grab a bite at Eisenberg Dog House, The Barn – Chicken, and 3 Stripes Pizza.

Classic Food at Enterprise Center

When you visit the Gateway City sitting on the banks of the Mississippi River, if you’re heading to a St. Louis Blues game, trying the smoked brisket inside the Enterprise Center is a must.  Whether you’re a St. Louis sweet sauce fan or prefer Alabama white sauce, you’ll have one of the most savory meals served at the arena.  If you love a good brat or any of the other members of that food group, a jalapeño cheddar sausage might be the way to go.   Last but certainly not least, a couple of street tacos are never a bad bet.

Food Near Enterprise Center

Trying out some of the local restaurants and watering holes near Enterprise Center before a St. Louis Blues hockey game is another way to get to know the city a little better.  Eateries near the arena vary in style, so there are plenty of choices when it comes to food and drink.  Right near the Enterprise Center you can find Tin Roof, which offers barbeque and other bar favorites, and is another place where you may get to sample St. Louis sweet sauce or Alabama white sauce on your dish.  If you’re looking for Italian before the game, try Lombardo’s Trattoria on your way to the arena for all your favorites, including toasted ravioli.  If Irish pubs are your thing, Maggie O’Brien’s is your spot on the way to the Enterprise Center.

Enterprise Center Food & Concession FAQs

How much does food cost at the Enterprise Center?

Hot dogs and burgers are fairly reasonable, starting at about $7, and specialties like smoked brisket and jalapeño cheddar sausage can be double that price. 

Can you bring food into the Enterprise Center?

How much does food cost at the Enterprise Center?
Hot dogs and burgers are fairly reasonable, starting at about $7, and specialties like smoked brisket and jalapeño cheddar sausage can be double that price. 

What restaurants are inside the Enterprise Center?

The Enterprise Center has sit-down restaurant and bar areas in the suite and club sections and has also recently added Mission Taco Joint, Chicken Out, and The Baked Bear to the arena food offerings.

How much does a beer cost at Enterprise Center?

Beers at the Enterprise Center typically start at about $10 but there are specials run by vendors and stands for certain game nights, like the Anheuser Busch Biergarten.


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