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Old 05-30-2009   #1
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Default Foodservice Ups its Game

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Ever since the first ticket was sold at a baseball game, foodservice was there. I don’t know what was sold. It could have been a hot dog or a beer since some things never change, but fans have been buying high priced, questionable quality fare at sporting events for a long time. That has been improving over the past few years at sporting venues all over the country, but the change is accelerating and foodservice and the fans are the winners. However, you know that you have hit the big time when the New York Times restaurant critic, Frank Bruni, weighs in on the subject with his opinion. And on the front page, no less!

Major league lineup at Citi FieldThe high rollers in the suites have had access to better food for years; now there is something for the rest of us. Concessions at many sporting venues around the country have been responding to fan requests for better and better food. And many times what they mean by better food is food from a place that they have heard of. Chili’s has a restaurant inside the American Airlines Center in Dallas. The Houston Texans at Reliant Stadium opened with many local restaurant venues, to the delight of fans. Famous Dave’s is now selling ribs at Coors Field in Denver.
http://www.chainleader.com/blog/1800...690045069.html

Have the Texans "upped their game" on food service? maybe it was last year or year before that someone posted here about the food was not worth it (or maybe I am wrong)
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