New football season, new food! Concessions at football games are not what they used to be. With elevated takes on traditional gameday food from some of Houston’s most notable chefs and restaurants, Houstonians and visiting fans are guaranteed to eat well regardless of their team’s outcome. So whether you’re living large in the suites or a die-hard fan in the crowd, bring a gameday-sized appetite for the super bowl of Houston food.


Killen’s Barbecue BBQ Frito pie is a must-try for the 2019 season. With smoked brisket served over Fritos and topped with cheddar cheese and additional toppings of your choice, you can’t go wrong. (Sections 109, 129)

Cool off with refreshing, fresh-brewed tea from the Red Diamond Fresh Brewed Tea Kiosk. (Section 109) 

Hungry? Get the HTX Brisket Melt, a grilled cheese with brisket served with spicy pork rinds. (Sections 351, 323, 520, 548)

Gringo’s Tex-Mex will have their classic Gringo’s Sampler with chicken quesadillas, beef empanadas, chicken taquitos, and southwest chicken eggrolls served with Gringo’s chile con queso and Amazon sauce. Additionally, they will offer their famous Gringo’s street tacos featuring beef ribeye tips. Perfect for any tourist. (Sections 118, 138)

Curds & Cakes will be offering a bucket of Original or Blue Moon jalapeño beer-battered cheese curds. We’ll take a guess that Wisconsin-native J.J. Watt might enjoy these. (Section 123, 103)

BB’s Tex-Orleans Café will have two locations providing Cajun empanadas, shrimp po’ boys and bacon-wrapped chicken skewers. These New Orleans classics are so delicious you might think you’re at a Saints game…just kidding! (Section 112, 132)


Dive into The Original Ninfa’s beef brisket tinga tacos. Enjoy the slow-braised brisket served with sour cream, cheddar cheese, pico de gallo on your choice of tortillas, nacho chips or nacho salad bowl. Ay yi yi! (Sections 309, 336) 

Acclaimed chef Chris Shepherd dreamed up the perfect gameday indulgence with a bacon sausage dog and pimento cheese served on a pretzel bun. (Section 339, 311)

In a hurry? Enjoy an assortment of grab-and-go items from Goode Co. BBQ (Sections 334, 308)

When kickoff is early, you might need a bloody Mary to get you going. Head to the Ultimate Bloody Mary Bar with protein toppers like shrimp, candied bacon and even chicken wings, complemented by an assortment of mixers, spices and garnishes. (Section 307, 312, 335, 340)

Dish Society will have two locations in the East and West Club featuring its grilled Gulf shrimp on smoked gouda grits with Tabasco shallot butter sauce, topped with bacon crumbles. Perfect for fall weather. (Stands 333, 305) 


Chris Shepherd is serving up more football food like PB&J wings, the bacon sausage dog, chicken and biscuits, and popcorn shrimp with corn butter aioli. 

Killen’s Barbecue is adding pork belly burnt ends for a crispy treat.

Chef Hugo Ortega created his namesake Hugo Combo that includes beef cheek with sope, empanadas de platano and miniature Mexican cookies. Chef Ortega and his food are both iconic Houston staples.

Goode Co. Seafood’s campechana is a Mexican-style seafood cocktail made with a special blend of pico de gallo, Anaheim peppers and diced avocados. Trust us, it’s good.


Value food and beverage items will be available at participating concession stands on game.

  • $2 Water
  • $2.50 12oz Domestic Beer in Bud Light Plaza
  • $5 Domestic Draft Beer
  • $5 Popcorn Combo
  • $5 Nacho Combo
  • $5 Hot Dog Combo

Sections 118, 115, 135, 138, 323, 351, 506, 510, 532, and 536