Football fans will find new menu items during Dallas Cowboys games at AT&T Stadium in Arlington in 2021.
The sweetest news is that Blue Bell Ice Cream is now available at the stadium by the scoop in eight flavors: vanilla, dutch chocolate, cookies & cream, strawberry, chocolate chip cookie dough, mint chocolate chip, coffee and buttered pecan. Fans can also order milkshakes and sundaes.
This season, the stadium is making a deeper commitment to selling vegetarian options and has again partnered with Dallas’ Paul Quinn College to purchase locally-grown produce from its farm. The Cowboys have worked with Paul Quinn College since 2009.
Vegetarian options this year include a burger topped with veggies and chipotle aioli; a chicken avocado wrap; chicken salad; and a cheesesteak — all made with plant-based protein.
They’re also selling vegetarian buffalo “chicken” nachos with pickled jalapeños and queso; and Touchdown Tots loaded with cheese, guac, sour cream, plant-based chicken, Cholula hot sauce and pico de gallo.
Plant-based options are available on the upper concourse, which is accessible with every kind of game-day ticket. Many of the vegetarian options are not vegan.
Other new Dallas Cowboys game day concessions include:
- The Pambazo: For $14, this Mexico City inspired sandwich comes with refried beans, chorizo, potatoes, Oaxaca cheese, lettuce and sour cream. It comes with a side of guajillo chili sauce.
- Sumo hot dogs: These four hot dogs are available in 6-inch ($8) or foot-long ($14) length. Each has a host of Asian-inflected ingredients: The Sumo has wasabi relish and teriyaki sauce; The Godzilla has beef chili, pickled sweet peppers and miso mustard slaw; The Bacon Banh Mi has cucumber and pickled veggies; and The Chili Cheese has beef chili, togarashi cheese sauce and mayo.
- Jumbo Cowboys Cheesesteak: This is the same cheesesteak served in previous seasons, but twice as big. It costs $22.
- Loaded cheesesteak fries
- Hot honey chipotle chicken wrap and a honey chipotle chicken sandwich
- Barbecue bacon burger
Of course, the stadium will continue to sell many of its best-sellers from seasons past, like the Cowboys cheesesteak hand pie and the mac and cheese brisket cone.
CornDog With No Name, a locally-owned fried-frank company, is again selling corn dogs at AT&T Stadium.
A few healthful options are also available during Cowboys games, like a quinoa salad; chicken fajita salad; and protein box with turkey, a hard-boiled egg, tomatoes, cheese and almonds.
All concession stands are cashless in 2021.