Come this fall, AT&T Stadium in Arlington will not only be a football stadium, but also one of the biggest sports bars in the region.
The Stadium Club is a new restaurant and bar being built next to the Cowboys Pro Shop that inhabits a massive 19,000 square feet of real estate, with enough seating for 650 guests.
Talk about Texas-sized, y'all!
As many longtime fans of America's Team may notice, the restaurant's name is an ode to the original Stadium Club at Texas Stadium. It will serve "hand-crafted cocktails, wood-fired specialties and Italian stone oven flatbreads made possible by Executive Restaurant Chef Anthony Van Camp," according to a press release.
And in true sports bar style, Stadium Club will have large video walls surrounding each of its multiple bars and host stand, plus an extra 20 flat screens through the dining area.
Once open, the spot will serve lunch and dinner daily for visitors touring the facility or local residents who want to pop in for a meal or to watch a game. No entry fee is required on non-game days.
If you want to visit while the Cowboys are playing, however, you will need a membership. In fact, you also need to be a season ticket or suite holder. Those interested should contact their sales or service representatives for membership details and pricing, according to Cowboys spokesman Joe Trahan.
The Dallas Cowboys seem to have a culinary itch lately. In May, the team announced a slew of restaurants, including Mi Cocina and Dee Lincoln Prime, that will be fixtures of the team's new practice facility in Frisco.