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All About AT&T Stadium Dallas Texas

The stadium was designed by HKS and built at a cost of $1.15 billion by the joint venture of Clark Construction Group, Hunt Construction Group and Manhattan Construction Company. The three companies are collectively known as the “Heroes of the Game” for their efforts to build the Cowboys' home. It is owned by the City of Dallas and operated by Texas Stadium Corporation, which is a subsidiary of Jones’ ownership group, Jerry Jones & Associates (JJA). AT&T Stadium is currently owned by Jerry Jones, owner and general manager of America's Team – The Dallas Cowboys. He brought together an impressive team to make AT&T Stadium a reality with architects HKS Inc., contractor Manhattan Construction Company, construction manager Hill & Wilkinson Ltd., structural engineers Walter P Moore & Associates Inc., curtain wall sub-contractor Blach Construction Co., metal panel subcontractor FabriTec Structures, concrete subcontractors Allied Concrete Company and Cemrock Industries Inc., mechanical systems engineer Dan Cook & Associates Inc., electrical engineer McMullan & Associates LLC, landscape architect Boardman & Clark LLP and project controls consultant Balfour Beatty Construction LLC. Dallas Texas Football Team

How to Get There

The stadium is located in Arlington, Texas, between Dallas and Fort Worth. The new Cowboys Stadium is easily accessible from the major highways that make up the DFW Metroplex. Toll roads are a popular way to get to the stadium. The Dallas North Tollway and President George Bush Turnpike can be used to access the stadium from north Dallas and points east of I-35E. From Fort Worth, use Loop 820 or the Southwestern Parkway (Hwy 157). DFW Airport is also located near enough that it can be considered an option for visitors who plan on using a taxi or shuttle service to get around town. Another option would be renting a car at DFW airport and driving yourself to AT&T Stadium. Are you traveling with a large group? Consider a charter bus rental, perfect for medium to large sized groups. We service all major events, and common services such as weddings, birthday parties and more.

Where to Eat and Shop

The most important thing you need to know about AT&T Stadium is that it's a shopping mall. It's always had a wide variety of restaurants and shops, but with its recent expansion, that number has grown even more. If you are planning a trip to the Dallas area, with a large group of passengers you can count on a Dallas charter bus to shuttle your group to your desired locations. Enjoy stress free group transportation with a coach bus rental perfect for 45-60 passengers From inside the stadium, you can walk to plenty of fun locales: from fast food joints to chic eateries, there are places for everyone. In addition to where you'll find food and drink options, I'll share a few examples that I really like:

  • The Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen at The Fan is my favorite place for a meal during football season because they have such an amazing view of the field and the prices are not too bad. They serve Cajun cuisine and I've never been disappointed with my meal choice. For example, last year when we went to the game against Green Bay they had whole catfish with crawfish butter which was absolutely delicious!
  • The concessions inside The End Zone Bar also have amazing views of the field—but don't be fooled by their name – they have much more than just beer pong in their facility! There are pool tables, video games and TVs tuned into multiple sports streams—and yes, it's all free!
  • Another great place for food near AT&T Stadium is Belmont Market & Deli . This little gem offers an array of Greek favorites at reasonable prices – including Gyros! If there's one thing we always make sure to do before we leave home for a game day trip (or any day trip) is stop here for Gyros & baklava on our way in!

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What to Do Before the Game

If you're wondering what to do before the game, there's plenty to occupy your time. If you're a Cowboys fan, be sure to check out the star at the 50-yard-line or visit one of the many concession stands. There's also a huge parking lot surrounding the stadium for tailgating. Most people know about the star at midfield, but there is so much more inside AT&T Stadium. The Cowboys Ring of Honor and Cowboys Hall of Fame are located in the North End Zone Plaza near Gate C and are both must-see attractions if you’re a true fan of America’s Team. For something to do with the kids before kickoff, visit The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Showcase Store between gates A and B where they'll find official merchandise such as apparel and more. During halftime, fans can walk around on Field Level because it opens up to other levels in order to keep traffic flowing until after halftime when everyone has returned to their seats. Fans can watch players walking into their respective locker rooms while they're out on field level during halftime. But don't forget that no outside food or drinks are allowed inside! Ready more fun? Be sure to check out The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza Dallas Texas

AT&T Stadium, in Arlington, is a great spot for tours, games, and all kinds of outdoor events.

If you’re a sports fan, AT&T Stadium is a must-see. Home to the Dallas Cowboys, it’s also an impressive and versatile venue. In addition to hosting Cowboys games, AT&T Stadium hosts concerts, college and high school football games, soccer games, motocross events like Supercross and Monster Jam, Wrestlemania 32, the Cotton Bowl Classic, the Red River Showdown (formerly the Red River Rivalry), boxing matches—and all kinds of other outdoor events. AT&T Stadium features a retractable roof that can open or close in 12 minutes flat. So even if it rains outside during a game or concert (hopefully not!), you won’t have to worry about getting wet or having your view blocked by an umbrella. If it starts raining during your visit but the roof isn’t open yet when you leave the stadium at halftime or after the concert ends for example—no worries! You can easily use one of the many covered bridges as shelter until you reach your car. It makes for a much more pleasant experience than fighting through rain in an open-air stadium! Even if you have no interest in sports whatsoever—there are plenty of other reasons why this attraction should still be on your list of things to do while visiting Dallas!

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