English Premier League football club Tottenham Hotspur has detailed the food and drink options that will be available to fans at its new stadium, which will operate on a cashless basis.
The North London club said it has designed the stadium’s food and drink experience around feedback from fans, adding it was seeking to “embrace the local vibe and culture”.
The Market Place, situated in the stadium’s South Stand and the Touchline Grills, located throughout all the stands, will serve a wide range of traditional fan favourites and other dishes inspired by London’s street food market scene.
Outlets will include N17 Grill, Linesman, Chicken House, Naan & Noodle and Smashed Olive. The Market Place will stay open two hours after the final whistle with entertainment options offered post-match.
The new stadium will feature ‘high street pub style’ bars in the East and West Stands, while the Tap Inns situated in every stand will offer products from Heineken, the club’s official beer partner. Local craft beer supplier Beavertown Brewery will also be providing a range of craft beers throughout these outlets.
The bars include The Goal Line Bar in the South Stand, which at 65-metres long is claimed to be the longest in Europe. Other bars will include The Shelf, The Dispensary and The White Hart.
Through the new Tottenham Hotspur app, to be released later this year, fans will be able to view all menu options, with the ability to pre-order added later in the 2018-19 season. Tottenham’s new stadium will be a cashless venue with payments using a contactless card or via a mobile phone designed to help speed up service and reduce queuing times.
The Premier League yesterday (Thursday) announced that Tottenham will be allowed to play its first home match of the 2018-19 season at Wembley amid delays on the construction of the stadium, which will now host its first game in mid-September.
Tottenham’s first home match at the new stadium will be against Liverpool on September 15. Its home match against Fulham on August 18 will be played at Wembley.
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