Despite the capacity of the stadium being almost 7,000 there are only three snack stands and dependent on the number of people visiting the arena, there might not even be that many open!
There is a good variety on offer, though it is rather typical stadium food, in addition to some Viennese bread rolls and their trademark spicy pizzas, you have hot dogs and sandwiches as well.
As well as food, there is a good selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, with the cocktail and coffee bar doing good business on event days!
I would always go for the sort of spicy Pizzas they serve at one of the three food stands. Keep in mind that the kiosks usually get pretty busy during the quarters as there are only three available inside the stadium. Due to low visitor numbers they might even not all be open on certain days.
Regarding drinks you have the standard alcoholic and non-alcoholic options like beer, soft drinks or water. On some special occasions they might open their cocktail bar which offers really good drinks!
The usual bratwurst and beer, pizza and pretzels fare is on offer, found in the concourses behind the stands. It’s worth remembering that some games are considered dangerous by the police – usually due to away supporters rather than home fans – particularly those in the Eurobasket. Be aware that alcohol might be banned or limited, although these games are very much the exception rather than the rule.
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