The Miami DolphinsÂ and hospitality provider Centerplate announced the new in-stadium food and beverage offerings that will greet fans when Sun Life Stadium re-opens for the 2015 season, following phase one of a multi-year renovation that will enhance the fan experience and make the facility a global entertainment destination.
Representing South Florida’s vibrant restaurant scene is a number of local restaurants with a new presence in the stadium. Joining the prestigious line up of brands working with Centerplate to serve fans local and fresh flavors on game days are:
Â· Bodega Taqueria y Tequila (Sections 142A, 329, 345A),
Â· CafÃ© Versailles (Sections 119A, 242A, 347),
Â· Kosher Central (Section 111),
Â· Paradise Cups (Section 154), and
Â· Sloppy Joe’s Bar (Sections 106, 144A, 317A)
Award-winning chef Michelle Bernstein also re-joins the line-up on the Club and Suite level, with sandwiches, salads and bakery recipes from Crumb on Parchment (Section 217 and suite menus). Additionally, Centerplate welcomes back:
Â· Sushi Maki (Sections 126 and 245),
Â· Bru’s Room (Sections 101 and 303),
Â· Bokampers MVP Club (located in the East End Zone on the Mezzanine Level (for Members only),
Â· Cold Stone Creamery (at Sweet Cream and Cold Stone Creamery carts throughout the stadium),
Â· BurgerFi (Sections 114A, 134, 350),
Â· Johnsonville Sausage (122, 150, 321) and
Â· Papa John’s (Sections 107, 122, 142, 150, 308, 327, 336, 355).
“We are extremely excited about the great local products, variety of flavors and high quality ingredients we’re bringing to fans this year,” said Kevin Mitchell, Centerplate General Manager at Sun Life Stadium. “The renovations have provided us with an opportunity to upgrade equipment, work with fresh product and develop brands that fans have been asking for. This is just the beginning, and we’re looking forward to new introductions as the regular season opens.”