Considering the iconic local status of the Dallas Cowboys, its no surprise that you can find just about anything you want – cars, cups, outdoor grills – emblazoned with that blue-and-silver star logo. Come this fall, though, you’ll be able to consume your Cowboys pride much more directly.
Announced via release, the Cowboys will pair with Legends Hospitality to open The Stadium Club, a "first-class" restaurant that will be open daily for lunch and dinner. "We’re thrilled to bring our fans that ultimate Dallas Cowboys dining experience right inside our team’s home at AT&T Stadium," said Cowboys COO Stephen Jones. "The Stadium Club will not only provide great dining experiences, it will also offer a game day atmosphere that can only be captured at the stadium."
Located near Entrance A, The Stadium Club gets its inspiration from the original Stadium Club at now-demolished Texas Stadium. On days when the Cowboys play, the Club will be open for members only, but will be open to the public during the week.
Legends Hospitality Executive Chef Anthony Van Camp, formerly of SER at the Hilton Anatole, will lead the cuisine for the concept. Look forward to "signature hand-crafted cocktails, wood-fired specialties, and Italian stone oven flatbreads made possible by Executive Restaurant Chef Anthony Van Camp."
The Stadium Club is expected to open this fall, just in time for football season. No word yet on whether or not Tony Romo will be forced to wash dishes after yet again throwing one too many interceptions.