Cowboys Stadium | Arlington, TX
Home of the Dallas Cowboys and America’s Stadium | Official Review
by Paul Derrick
Stadium Journey Regional Correspondent
For years they have been known as America’s Team. The Dallas Cowboys are one of the greatest franchises in the National Football League with 5 Super Bowl championships and 10 conference championships.
And as the Cowboys are one of the biggest sports teams in the world, it is only fitting that so is their stadium; Cowboys Stadium. The Cowboys currently call the recently built 1.3 billion dollar Cowboys Stadium home. Cowboys Stadium opened in 2009 and has the capacity to seat 80,000 and hold 111,000 with its standing room options. Even though many people have plenty of gripes and complaints about pricing and what not with Cowboys Stadium, you really get what you pay for when you walk through the doors. The stadium is the largest domed stadium in the world and has the 2nd largest high definition TV which amazingly hangs from 30 yard line to 30 yard line.
This was my first trip to Cowboys Stadium I can say two things: I was in awestruck at the stadium and at some of the prices, but it is still well worth every penny to see this marvelous venue.
Food & Beverage 5/5
If you can think of it and it can be cooked, then the Cowboys probably have it. Of course the Cowboys have all your basic stadium fare options that can be found at any arena or stadium like hot dogs, hamburgers, pretzels and nachos but the Cowboys put a special spin on all of these options. They offer not just burgers, but Black Angus Burgers as well as a variety of specialty hot dogs and amazing nacho options. Some tasty options that I saw and enjoyed were the Buffalo chicken sandwich, jalapeno and cheese sausages, cheese steaks, specialty burritos, quesadillas, chicken tenderloin sandwiches and sushi. That’s right I said sushi, how many stadiums can you find that at, especially in the heart of Texas?
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