01.15.2021
Lambeau Field, the legendary home of the NFL’s Green Bay Packers, is set to host fans for the first time this season as the Packers host the Los Angeles Rams this weekend for the NFC Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs. The stadium, where Delaware North Sportservice has provided food and beverage services since 2012, is allowing approximately 6,500 fans to watch the game in person amid strict COVID-19 guidelines.

Similar to its other NFL venues, Sportservice has enacted safe-dining procedures to keep fans safe while purchasing food and beverages during the game. As part of its Play It Safe | Commitment to Care program, Sportservice has added social distancing measures at points of sale and replaced normal condiment stands with single-use packets. Additionally, no vendors will be selling concessions in the stadium bowl.

Traditional stadium favorites such as brats, hot dogs, pizza, pretzels and chili will be available at the walk-up concession stands, along with packaged beverages and hot beverages. New grab-and-go markets, many of which are new to fans this season, will also be open in five locations throughout the stadium with different hot food options such as BBQ, chicken tenders, cheese curds and fries, as well as packaged snacks and bottled beverages.

Lambeau Field will also join other Delaware North Sportservice venues in adopting cashless transactions. Every food and beverage outlet at the stadium will accept contactless payment solutions such as Apple Pay, Google Pay and tap-and-go credit cards. Traditional credit/debit card payment methods, such as swiping or dipping the card, will still be processed with minimal contact.

Beyond the in-stadium food offerings, three other restaurants Delaware North operates on behalf of the Packers will be open on game day: 1919 Kitchen & Tap (located in the Lambeau Field Atrium), The Turn (located in Titletown) and 46 Below (located under Ariens Hill in Titltetown).
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