There are a wide range of places to eat in the Laxness Arena and if even if you don’t get the chance to go to the backstage bar restaurant there are still plenty of things on offer.
There is something for everyone when it comes to drinks especially – with dedicated bars for different drinks. The König Pilsener Bar is perfect for winding down with a pint of German Pilsner whereas for a bit more glamour you should take a seat in Brogsitter sparkling wine lounge. Though if you fancy a beer but Pilsner isn’t your thing, try a great wheat beer in Maisel’s Weisse Bar – otherwise be on the lookout for the mobile cocktail car.
There is a lot of food on display too, ranging from Pizzas and Sausages all the way to their own ‘Arena Burger’. Finger food is very prevalent too with popcorn, nachos and fries taking centre stage.
The variety of food stands inside the stadium is huge. A traditional German “Bratwurst” or “Currywurst” is probably your best option if you’ve never had it. Also, you can purchase Pizza, Hamburgers or snacks like Popcorn and Nachos. Having more than 60 food stands the queues never get very long, even during breaks or halftime. Inside the arena there is even a bar and a restaurant. During the game, definitely go for an ice cold beer (Kölsch). Prices are a bit higher than in German football stadium. Half a liter of beer is 4,70€.
The food options range from high-end restaurants to the humble bratwurst and beer. Various sponsors have their own sections, from the Mövenpick ice cream lounge to a Coca-Cola shop, a prosecco bar and roaming teams of beer dispensers. At the upper end of the spectrum, there is an in-house restaurant called “Backstage”, often frequented by the stars of the show. Reserve a table in advance, particularly for hockey matches.
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