Bank Of America Stadium – Carolina Panthers – Food Options

The Bank of America Stadium is the home of NFL team Carolina Panthers, and is located in uptown Charlotte in North Carolina.

In addition to hosting all of the Carolina Panthers NFL games, it’s also home to Charlotte FC of Major League Soccer.

Bank of America Stadium - Carolina Panthers - Food Options

It also hosts college and high school football, and music concerts as well.

It has a whopping 74,867 seats available.

And in order to be able to provide a great service to so many guests, the stadium has put a lot of thought into how food and beverages is served in a manner that is timely and requires minimal disruption to your viewing of the game or event…

When you order food at the Panthers stadium, you don’t have to queue up in line, you can remain in your seat and place your order via the dedicated Carolina Panthers app, which is available on both Apple and Android devices.

You will receive a notification when your order is ready to be collected, so you get minimal disruption from the game.

The app is very intuitive to use. You simply hit “Stadium” followed by “Mobile Ordering”.

From there you can then add your payment details, view the menus of each concession stand by location in the stadium, and place your order.

Concessions At The Bank Of America Stadium

You can get all the traditional concession stand food at the Panthers, including the likes of pizza, bottomless popcorn, nachos, doughnuts, fries, hot dogs, pretzels, burgers, buffalo chicken wings, soda, beer, and more.

Classic Food At The Bank Of America Stadium

The main food that North Carolina is known for is barbecue.

And we’re pleased to report that this classic North Carolina cuisine is readily available at the Panthers stadium, thanks to stands such as JJR’s BBQ Shack, which serves amazing pulled pork sandwiches.

They are a popular favorite, and are well worth checking out if you like pulled pork.

Restaurants Near The Bank Of America Stadium

If however you simply don’t fancy eating concession stand food, or if you find the prices too steep, you can always opt to grab a bite to eat in the surrounding area before or after the game.

And there are some great places to choose from…

There’s Pinky’s Westside Grill which has been featured on Food Network, and serves a nice variety of local craft beers, and excellent fried food, including waffle fries with pimento cheese, and fried dill pickle chips with ranch dressing.

And there’s a great gastropub called Draught, which does such items as cheeseburger sliders on skewers, and amazing loaded nachos. Just to name a few.

How Much Does Food Cost At The Bank Of America Stadium?

Here follows the cost of some of the more popular food options available at the Panthers stadium when this article was written:

  • Tacos $9.99
  • Bottled water $4.99
  • Hot dog $5.99
  • Bottomless popcorn $8.99
  • Giant soft pretzel $5.99
  • Nachos with cheese $6.99
  • Seasoned fries $5.99
  • Soda $8.99
  • Pulled pork sandwich $9.99
  • Mac & cheese $5.99
  • Double cheeseburger $10.99
  • Buffalo chicken wings $11.99
  • Roasted peanuts $4.99
  • Pizza $9.99
  • Krispy Kreme Doughnuts (3-pack) $4.99

Can You Bring Food Into The Bank Of America Stadium?

Sadly, Panther fans are not allowed to bring any of their own food or beverages into the stadium, with the exception of two non-flavored bottles of water per person.

This is part of a long list of items that aren’t permitted at the stadium.

What Restaurants Are Inside The Bank Of America Stadium?

Here’s a quick list of the food stands available at the stadium, along with the code representing where in the stadium they are located:

  • Section 101 Sabor Latin Grill
  • Sections 103, 112, 125, 132 and 140 Hot Dog
  • Sections 105 and 128 Bojangles
  • Sections 107, 116 and 136 BBQ
  • Section 109 Burgers/Wings
  • Section 117, and 137 Domino’s Pizza
  • Section 126 Loaded Nachos

How Much Does A Beer Cost At The Bank Of America Stadium?

To quote directly from the Bank Of America Stadium’s alcohol policy, “Panthers fans who consume alcohol are encouraged to drink responsibly.”

And “Patrons who attempt to bring their own alcohol into the stadium or who are obviously intoxicated will not be admitted into the stadium.”

When this article was written, you could purchase a 16 ounce beer (stadium equivalent of a medium) at the Bank Of America Stadium for $10.50. It’s not the cheapest, but it is reasonable.

And for a 25 ounce Bud Light, you could expect to pay $12.99.

It’s also worth noting at this point that all alcohol sales require a picture ID as proof of age, and you must be at least 21.

Furthermore, only two beers can be sold in any one purchase per person.

Other Frequently Asked Questions About The Bank Of America Stadium

What Kind Of Food Do They Have At The Panthers Stadium?

The Panthers stadium serves pizza, bottomless popcorn, nachos, doughnuts, fries, hot dogs, pretzels, burgers, buffalo chicken wings, soda, beer, pulled pork sandwiches, and more.

Do They Serve Alcohol At The Bank Of America Stadium?

When this article was written, they were still serving alcohol at the stadium.

However, it does state in the stadium’s alcohol policy that “All alcohol sales will be discontinued at the end of the third quarter.”

They also add, “Sales may be discontinued earlier at the discretion of stadium management.”

Does Panthers Stadium Take Cash?

Unfortunately the Carolina Panthers stadium no longer accepts cash payments, and has moved to entirely cashless operations.

And to be a little more specific, any food or drink you want to buy while you’re there has to be purchased via the dedicated Carolina Panthers App, which is available for both Apple and Android devices.

You can either add your credit card details to the app, or pay via Apple Pay or Google Pay. You can also use the app to pay different amounts of tips to the employees.

If you enjoyed this post, you might enjoy our article on ‘MetLife Stadium – East Rutherford, New Jersey (Home Of The New York Giants)‘.

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