First Energy Stadium – Cleveland Browns – Food Options

First Energy Stadium is home to the Cleveland Browns Football team. As well as NFL games, the stadium hosts High School and College games, soccer games and concerts. With all of these events to attend you are going to be hungry so what food is on offer. 

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Concessions At First Energy Stadium 

Hodgson’s Downtown Dogs

This concession serves certified Angus beef (CAB) dogs. Variations include the Cheesy Wonder Dog, Coney Dog, and the Maui Wowie Dog. Each have their own toppings and sauces. 

Great Lakes Cheesesteaks 

Here you can get sirloin, chicken, sausage, dogs, nachos and fries. Topped with mushrooms, onions, bacon, maple glaze and lots of mouthwatering dressings and sauces. 

Sausage & Peppers

This stand offers as you might expect sausage such as Italian, Hot Pepper and Breakfast with an array of tasty toppings including peppers and onions smothered in delicious sauces. 

B Spot

Or if you fancy a burger, head to the B Spot for a Fat Doug, Thin Lizzy or a Plain Jane. 

Classic Food At First Energy Stadium 

DiGiorno Pizza

Here you can find your classic pizza options of cheese, pepperoni among others which are available in sections 107, 133, 321, 510, and 535. 

The Kernel

In section 146 you can find The Kernel selling classic popcorn.

C-Town Eats

Serving stadium classics such as nachos, hot dogs, and beer through its concession stands. 

The Loop and Kernel

On the concourse in section 146 The Loop and Kernel sell large, soft pretzels coated in sugar.

Restaurants Near First Energy Stadium 

Bar 32

From artisanal charcuterie plates and lobster roll, sushi bake to steak, there are so many choices at Bar 32. If you just want a quick pre-game drink and snack, they serve small plates to suit all tastes. 

Blue Point Grille

This restaurant serves contemporary American cuisine and seafood. It also offers vegetarian and vegan menus, as well as gluten-free options. Choose from lunch, dinner or late night dining. 

The Burnham Restaurant

American cuisine with vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options, the Burnham restaurant is located inside a Hilton hotel. 

Taza A Lebanese Grill

Offering Lebanese, Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine, try something different at Taza A Lebanese Grill. Meat, fish and vegetable dishes with an exotic twist. 

Cleveland Chop

The Cleveland Chop is unashamedly a steakhouse and grill, although it does offer vegetarian choices. Open for lunch, dinner and late night eating. 

How Much Does Food Cost At First Energy Stadium 

You can get standard nachos with salsa and jalapeños at C-Town Eats and North Coast Nachos for around $7.50. Buffalo chicken nachos will cost around $10. Pizza at DiGiorno costs between $9-$10. 

Hot dogs at Bud Light Grill and Meat and Cleaver are approximately $8.50. Chicken tenders from C-Town Eats are $9.75 with fries at $5. Popcorn at the Loop & Kernel is $8.25. 

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B Spot’s onion ring will cost you $5.25. At Sausage and Pepper, a Classic Italian Sausage Sandwich is $10.50. A Bavarian pretzel from C-Town Eats or The Loop & Kernel will be $6.50. 

A Cookies and Cream Milkshake from B Spot costs $7.50. 

Can You Bring Food Into The First Energy Stadium 

Guests are allowed to bring small portions of food for personal consumption into the stadium, in clear plastic bags.

 Beverages of any kind are not permitted.  

What Restaurants Are Inside The First Energy Stadium

Quaker Steak & Lube

This restaurant has a casual, motor theme and serves chicken wings with a variety of sauces as well as burgers and beer. They offer a good selection of starters, mains with side dishes, sauces and dips. Lots of choices for beer and other drinks too. 

Rosie’s & Rocco’s 

Here you can choose from the Italian themed menu of salads, meatballs, sandwiches, pasta and pizza. There is also a good choice of beverages and a small selection of desserts. Rosie’s & Rocco’s restaurant is by Chef Rocco Whalen. 

How Much Does A Beer Cost At First Energy Stadium 

A 16 ounce domestic beer costs $10 at First Energy Stadium, and a local craft beer will cost $11. 

In 2019 “Walk Thru Bru” stations were installed at the stadium. These are basically on-site beer stores. They have proven so successful that First Energy Stadium is installing more and plans to have at least five stations on site. 

These stations will offer around ten domestic and craft beers as well as canned cocktails, wine and hard seltzers. 

Other First Energy Stadium Frequently Asked Questions

What Can I Bring To A Browns Game?

In terms of food, you can bring small portions for personal consumption to the stadium. Items should be in a clear plastic, vinyl or PVC bag which is no bigger than 12” x 6” x 12”. You are also allowed to bring a gallon sized clear plastic freezer bag. 

However, you are not permitted to bring beverages of any kind into First Energy Stadium. All drinks must be purchased from concession stands or at the restaurants on site. 

Do Browns Club Seats Include Food?

Kardiac Club, Draft Room, KeyBank Club and TCP Club tickets all include the price of food and beverage. 

7UP City Club and Moen Lake Club do not include food and beverages in their ticket price, however there are several quality food vendor options available such as B Spot and Rosie’s and Rocco’s. 

Single game suites include menus by Cleveland’s award-winning chefs, Michael Symon, and Rocco Whalen. 

What Other Hospitality Is On Offer?

There are Premium Tailgates available which offer private climate controlled spaces for entertaining and which offer food and beverage options. They have patios and high definition screens.  

The Orange and Brown rooms are private reception areas which hold 30-40 guests and also offer VIP parking and  food and beverages services as an option. 

The VIP Locker Room is a private, climate-controlled space on the event level concourse for up to 40 guests and has the option of food and beverage services.

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