Legends Hospitality Services, the concessions firm co-founded by the New York Yankees and Dallas Cowboys in 2008, will run the food concessions at the new Sacramento Kings arena that will also prominently feature Sacramento-area restaurants, reports the Sacramento Bee. Michael Tuohy, the chef at midtown Sacramento’s popular LowBrau sausage and beer hall and Block Butcher Bar, was named executive chef of the new arena and the team committed itself to a “farm-to-fork” ethic at the venue.
Other prominent restaurateurs with a hand in the arena’s food and beverage operation when the building opens in October 2016 will include Patrick Mulvaney, Randy Paragary and Randall Selland on an advisory council that will work with Legends.
Based in New York and Los Angeles, Legends handles food and drink at Yankee Stadium, the Cowboys’ new AT&T Stadium, Angel Stadium in Anaheim, the Rose Bowl and other venues. The Kings are Legends’ first NBA partner.