Strange Donuts, The Peacemaker, Sweetie Pie's and More Local Vendors Coming to Rams Games
The St. Louis Rams, along with their food, beverage and retail partner Delaware North Companies Sportservice, have kicked up the concessions offered during games at the Edward Jones Dome.
The all-new “St. Louis Street Eats” can be found in sections 106, 122, 132 and 148.
Wildly popular donut shop Strange Donuts will have a Chicken ‘n’ Waffle donut, as well as a selection of its signature donuts, including the Gooey Butter, Maple Bacon and S’Mores-inspired Camp Fire.
Barbecue restaurant Sugarfire Smoke House, now with three locations in the St. Louis area, will serve their smoked brisket cheese steak sandwich, topped with onions, peppers, and cheese on a hoagie roll, and their smoked sausage.
Kevin Nashan‘s newly opened The Peacemaker Lobster & Crab Co. serves Acadian coastal favorites just down the street from Sidney Street Cafe. At the Dome, they’ll have two varieties of their popular Po’Boy sandwiches—smoked brisket or fried oyster—as well as crispy fried green tomatoes.
Family-owned St. Louis institution Gus’ Pretzels will have their regular pretzel bites, as well as their pretzel bites with bratwurst.
Old-fashioned soda fountain Crown Candy Kitchen is known for their loaded Heart Stopping BLT and handcrafted chocolates, both of which will be available at the Dome.
Sweetie Pie’s will dish out their made-from-scratch soul food, including favorites like smoked turkey legs, macaroni and cheese, and fresh-made cobbler.
Southern-style Bandanas Bar-B-Q will be on offer, serving up pulled pork and pulled chicken sandwiches, as well as barbecue nachos.
Two local restaurants are also being added to the Dome’s club-level concessions. French bistro Vin de Set will have their Alsatian Tarte Flambe and Croque Monsieur, and Eleven Eleven Mississippi will have a Porchetta Fennel Rubbed Pork Loin Sandwich and the restaurant’s famous butternut squash soup.