St. Louis Rams Provide Value With New Food And Merchandise Items At The Edward Jones Dome

Posted Sep 4, 2013

- Rams $5-12 oz. draught beer remains the lowest-priced in St. Louis professional sports -

The St. Louis Rams and Delaware North Companies Sportservice have announced the addition of several innovative and cost-sensitive food and merchandise options at the Edward Jones Dome for the upcoming season.

The Rams will also continue to offer the lowest priced beer out of all the local professional sports teams with a 12 oz. draught available for only $5. In addition, Dr Pepper products will be served at all concessions this season including Dr Pepper, Dr Pepper TEN, 7UP, Sunkist Orange, Sun Drop, RC Cola and RC TEN, as well as an assortment of Snapple products.

New food choices at the Edward Jones Dome include a Bavarian Pretzel Dog, featuring a Hebrew National Hot Dog served on a pretzel bun from St. Louis’ Companion Bakery, as well as A&W Root Beer Floats and new Rams tight end Jared Cook’s favorite fresh-baked oatmeal chocolate chip cookies. The Rams will also host a Food Network cart at Section 118 featuring the St. Louis Sloppy Joe, topped with local favorite provel cheese, red hot ripplets and BBQ onions.

Healthy offerings include the Time Out Turkey Sandwich, gluten-free Summer Salad and Roasted Red Pepper Hummus and Pretzel Chips at the end zone concession stands. The Rams will also feature a Kids Meal at Section 104, which includes a hot dog, chips, juice and toy for just $5.

Also new this year is a ’47 Brand store at Section 126 and the addition of three new clothing lines including Nike Golf, Junk Food and Touch by Alyssa Milano, a highly-anticipated female option, in the Official Team Store at Section 152.

The Rams will also offer a special value-priced $10 t-shirt at concession stands throughout the Edward Jones Dome.

On the Club Level, the Rams have added four St. Louis neighborhood-themed action stations to provide local favorites including The Arch Grill, Cherokee Street Cantina, Grand Avenue Street Fair and The Hill. The Rams have also installed viewing lounges in addition to six flat-panel 60” television walls at each 25-yard line.

About the St. Louis Rams
A member of the National Football League, the St. Louis Rams moved to St. Louis in 1995 and delivered a World Championship and two NFC Championships to the Gateway City.  Now under the guidance of Head Coach Jeff Fisher, General Manager Les Snead and Executive Vice President of Football Operations/Chief Operating Officer Kevin Demoff, the Rams are poised to return winning football to the St. Louis community. As a professional sports team, the Rams also recognize their unique ability to help raise both awareness and money for issues and causes relevant to their fans and fellow citizens. The organization is committed to being a valuable civic partner and benefiting the bi-state region 365 days a year.  For more information, visit

About Delaware North Companies Sportservice
Delaware North Companies Sportservice is one of the nation’s leading food, beverage and retail management companies. Sportservice provides concessions, gourmet catering and fine dining operations at more than 50 professional sporting venues, entertainment complexes and convention centers across the United States and Canada. Sportservice is the provider of choice for an impressive client roster, including the World Series, the National Hockey League and Major League Baseball’s All-Star games, Stanley Cup Championships and the Olympic Games. For more than 90 years, Sportservice has demonstrated that it knows what it takes to effectively develop, operate and manage multi-faceted kitchens, restaurants, suites, fine dining and retail facilities in order to meet the changing demands of today’s fans. From introducing new healthy, organic food selections and creative cuisine for twists on the traditional fare, Sportservice continues to innovate and enhance the fan experience. For more information, visit