Rogers Place Food

Food at the Rogers Place

Rogers Place in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, opened in 2016.  The arena replaced Northlands Coliseum as the home of the NHL’s Edmonton Oilers.  Rogers Place is part of the downtown Edmonton entertainment area known as the Ice District.  Rogers Communications owns the naming right to three stadiums in Canada, Rogers Centre in Toronto and Rogers Arena in Vancouver in addition to Rogers Place. The new arena has helped bring Oilers fans and many others to the Ice District to enjoy the and  dining and entertainment Rogers Place has inside and around the arena.  Oilers fans have been treated to five Stanley Cup championships and seven Conference titles since the franchise began in 1972.  Edmonton hockey fans are hungry and thirsty for a title in the new arena, but are currently satisfied with great food and beverage options when they take in a game at Rogers Place.

Rogers Place Food & Concession Stands

When the senior executive chef was putting together the food, drink, restaurant, and concession offerings inside Rogers Place, they made sure to include both arena classics and new, upscale choices, too.  So you can absolutely find pizza, hot dogs, pulled pork, burgers, chicken sandwiches, and more of your favorites.  Additionally, the fan experience has been enhanced not only by menu options like brisket sandwiches and more from the restaurants and concession stands, but available choices like all inclusive  food and in seat beverage service are just two of the enhancements.  So no matter where your tickets put you in the seating bowl, everywhere in the arena is a good spot for food and drink when you’re at Rogers Place to watch the big game. 

Classic Food at Rogers Place

The main concourse, upper concourse, and mezzanine each have places that definitely are go-to spots when you’re at an Edmonton Oilers game that you have to try inside the Rogers Place. On the main concourse, try Alberta Smoked which is a favorite of local fans. On the mezzanine level, Capital City Market represents Alberta well.  As you make your way around the upper concourse, Mott’s Upper Caesar House is worth a stop.  There are also plenty of places to grab a beer around the arena while you are watching the game, including Whyte Ave Bar and Craft Draught.  No matter where fans choose to stop around the arena, the menu and service will not disappoint. 

Food Near Rogers Place

Fans looking to stop for a meal or a quick beer before NHL games at Rogers Place will find some great choices in the Ice District.  Local restaurants and watering holes near Rogers Place have a lot of menu and beverage options for fans heading to an Edmonton Oilers hockey game.  Chop Steakhouse & Bar is one place to head to before NHL games at the arena, and Baijiu is another.  Deluxe Burger Bar Ice District also has menu, beer, and other beverage choices that are perfect for before an NHL game.

Rogers Place Concession FAQs

How much does food cost at Rogers Place?

The prices at Rogers Place are on par with a lot of other NHL stadiums with snack items and non-alcoholic beverages starting at $5 to $7 and going up from there for games or any other event at the arena.

Can you bring food into Rogers Place?

You cannot bring outside food or beverage items into Rogers Place for NHL games or any other event.

What restaurants are inside Rogers Place?

The new arena has really taken it to the next level with restaurants for NHL fans who come to Rogers Place to see a game. Choices include Studio 99, Kindred Food + Drink, and Jasper Ave Eatery.

How much does a beer cost at Rogers Place?

$11 gets you a fairly large beer, 20 ounces, at Rogers Place.

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