Food & Beverage

Clippers, Levy launch 310 Provisions ahead of Intuit Dome opening

Featured image credit: LA Clippers

Hospitality company Levy has partnered with the Los Angeles Clippers to launch 310 Provisions, which will seek to enhance the food and beverage experience at Intuit Dome, the new home of the NBA team that is scheduled to open next summer.

Intuit Dome is being built with a vision to optimise the food and beverage experience for supporters, and it is set to be the first arena with 100% frictionless hospitality.

The arena will include a main kitchen spanning more than 14,000 square feet, which is nearly twice the size of the industry average. Intuit Dome will also feature multiple commissaries strategically located throughout the building, 12 exhibition kitchens in premium spaces, and energy-efficient kitchens in 65% of fan locations.

Intuit Dome will have a capacity of 18,000 and will replace Arena as the Clippers’ home venue. The Clippers currently share Arena with fellow NBA team the LA Lakers and NHL franchise the LA Kings.

Gillian Zucker, president of the Clippers and Intuit Dome, said: “Fans care about food. We are eager for our guests to enjoy the food and beverage experience, which we have obsessed over for nearly five years.

“Along with AECOM, we worked with Levy to facilitate the operational design for the next-generation arena, leveraging Levy’s experience and talent with one goal in mind – to provide high-quality, sustainably sourced food that fans crave, delivering it where and when guests want it, all cooked to perfection. 310 Provisions has been created to deliver on that promise.”

Levy chief executive Andy Lansing added: “To have partnered with such a visionary team as the LA Clippers over the past five years and plan this next-generation arena before a shovel even touched the ground has been the most amazing collaboration.

“Together we’ve created the touchstone for future hospitality experiences in sports and music. It is rare to be able to be part of such a truly transformational moment, and what we have created at Intuit Dome marks one of those moments.”

Intuit Dome is scheduled to open in August 2024. Financial software company Intuit acquired naming rights to the arena in September 2021, when the project broke ground.

Intuit Dome has been designed to create an intimate and intense fan experience through features such as ‘The Wall,’ which is comprised of 51 uninterrupted rows of seats that include a dedicated supporters’ section; a two-sided halo scoreboard encircling the bowl with an acre of LED lighting; and an 80,000-square-foot outdoor plaza, surrounding a full-size outdoor court.