Rogers Arena Food


Food at the Rogers Arena

Rogers Arena, home of the Vancouver Canucks and many other major sporting events throughout the year including the hockey events for the 2010 Winter Olympics, opened in 1995 and is located in the downtown area of the city.  From craft beers to bacon nachos to signature cocktails, there’s a restaurant or food concession stand for everyone.   Canucks games are a fun way to spend a night out with family or friends in the great atmosphere at this Vancouver venue.  There are tons of delicious items on the menu, including spots that offer dishes that include local ingredients.  The wide-ranging menu items allow you to stick with arena favorites like hot dogs, burgers, pizza, and beer or go in a different direction and try some freshly caught fish, a poke bowl, or Asian noodle stir fry and a glass of wine.  Hockey Night in Canada has been a big deal forever, so be sure to explore all of your options when you visit Rogers Arena for a Canucks game.

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Rogers Arena Food & Concession Stands

The food, drink, restaurants, and concessions inside Rogers Arena are located throughout the venue, including in the 100 and club sections.  Some of the concessions available have a single location, like Bacon, where you can get just about everything with that popular meat on it at section 310. This includes bacon sandwiches and bacon nachos, to name a few.  Other food, beer, and snack items can be found without going too far from your seats, like the Gaucho stands, which offer a take on Argentinian classics, which you can find at sections 101, 117, 121, and in the club area.   Before and during the game, you can stop by The Sportsbar Live at Rogers Arena, which is near section 330 and offers sports bar favourites on the menu and a high-energy space for Canucks fans to gather.

Classic Food at Rogers Arena

If you’re a visitor to Canada or a native, you must try the poutine when you watch a Vancouver Canucks game live at Rogers Arena. Crisp offers Canucks fans poutine, Buffalo chicken, and fries that are made in-house and are the star of the menu in many fans’ opinions. If you haven’t been home to see mom or grandma in a while, don’t worry, Rogers Arena has something for homesick fans. Melt makes grilled cheese and many other comfort food favourites that are the perfect meal on a cold night.  Last but not least, if you’d like a hearty meal when you visit the venue, Carve has sandwiches made on locally baked bread that will fit the bill. 

Food Near Rogers Arena

If you’d like to grab a bite in the stadium district on your way to a game, there are plenty of Vancouver restaurants in the area.  Local bars and eateries near the venue that are popular with fans on their way to a Vancouver Canucks hockey game include Frankie’s Italian Kitchen & Bar, Shark Club Sports Bar & Grill – Vancouver, and Boston Pizza, to name a few.  If you’re looking for a little different atmosphere before the game, try Black Rice Izakaya, for a taste of Japan or visit The Victor – Parq Vancouver, for a great steak close to the arena.


Rogers Arena Food & Concession FAQs

How much does food cost at the Rogers Arena?

Rogers Arena has a large variety of menu items available, from simple stadium fare to almost gourmet level offerings, and the prices coincide with the variety of options.  For less expensive items, stick to snacks or hot dogs and pizza, starting at $5 to $7.

Can you bring food into the Rogers Arena?

In general, most outside food and beverages are not allowed in Rogers Arena but please consult the website for allowances due to allergies or for medical reasons.

What restaurants are inside the Rogers Arena?

Rogers Arena has a great atmosphere, including several bars and restaurants inside the venue.  They  include Sportsbar Live at Rogers Arena, the Captains Room, and Triple O’s.

How much does a beer cost at Rogers Arena?

Like most arenas you might visit, beer prices at the venue can vary, starting at about $10.

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