Bite of Q2: Matchday food at Austin FC’s stadium

Bring your game face and an empty stomach to Q2 Stadium on matchday.

Austin FC and Levy, the club’s Chicago-based food and beverage partner, has amassed a strong lineup of local food faves, including Valentina’s Tex Mex BBQ, Easy Tiger, and Tamale Addiction.

Back in 2019, we shot for the moon describing in mouth-watering detail what local ATX eats we wanted to see in the stadium. The club delivered on nearly all food fronts we’ll give them time to add Chi’Lantro’s OG kimchi fries and Amy’s Ice Cream ;).

Our only hesitation is that this kind of delicious enticement will make visiting fans want to move to Austin. We can only blame ATXFC if we see a spike in home-buying after every home matchstarting with the inaugural game against San Jose (aka the Californians) on June 19.

Led by executive chef Sam Boisjoly, 512 Food Co. official hospitality team of Q2 Stadium brings you the best bites of Austin not typically found together in one spot, outside of say ACL Festival or Austin–Bergstrom (AUS).

Austin FC’s food vendors for 2021

All food vendors are listed along with its location (nearest seat section) in the stadium.

RestaurantLocatedType
Austin TableSection 137Rotational food
Bao’d UpSection 118Modern Asian
Casa ChapalaSection 121Mexican
DoubleDave’s PizzaSections 105/123Pizza
Easy TigerSections 108/127European Bakery
MmmpanadasSection 102Latin American
One Taco Section 107Mexican
Pluckers Wing Bar Section 135American
Slovacek’sSections 118/123Czech
TacodeliSection 122Mexican
Taco FlatsPremium TerraceMexican
Tamale AddictionSection 102Mexican
T-Loc’s Sonoran Hot DogsSection 119Mexican
Valentina’s Tex Mex BBQSection 137Mexican

“Austin Table” will rotate the foods it serves by working in partnership with Auguste Escoffier School of Culinary Arts, focused on minority-owned local businesses. 

Double Dave’s Pizza pepperoni rolls

But wait, there’s more dining options

512 Food Co., the moniker for the new Austin FC/Levy collab, will also have its own food concessions that serve up traditional stadium fare with a Texas twist.

  • ATX Doghouse – Local twists on traditional hot dogs and sausages (Premium Terrace)
  • ATX MRKT and Austin City Goods – Grab & go markets with vegan and vegetarian options, fresh fruit, ice cream, snacks, and Valentina’s BBQ sandwiches (sections 104 and 127)
  • Eastside Eats – Traditional game day fare with nachos, chili dogs, warm Bavarian pretzels, and Slovacek sausages (section 128)
  • El Mercado – Latin-themed grab & go market with vegan and vegetarian options, snacks, hot Mmmpanadas and Tamale Addiction fresh tamales (section 102)
  • Grilllove & Oak Hill Grill – Signature spiced smash burgers, crispy fries and chicken tenders (section 101 and 129)
  • Munchies – Fan and family favorites with nachos, chili dogs, warm Bavarian pretzels, and Slovacek sausages (section 103)
  • Queso Fountain – A concept dedicated to one of Austin’s most sacred culinary offerings, providing a range of queso options. The first annual Austin FC Queso Cup winner, “The Salsa Verdes Queso” by Laura Morales, will be featured at the Queso Fountain.
Stadium food map in the Austin FC app

How payment works for food at the stadium

Leave your cash at home. Cashless ordering and checkout will be standard operating procedure throughout the stadium and grab & go markets on the concourse. To get you back to the action faster, Verde fans can also order food and bevs on their beloved Austin FC app.

Mobile food ordering in the Austin FC app

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