Browns Partner With Aramark For Premium Dining; Local Chefs Will Have Spots At StadiumPublished June 26, 2012
FOOD CRITIC: In Oakland, Angela Woodall wrote under the header, "O.co Coliseum Food Eatable, Not Delectable." Woodall: "Is the food elsewhere any better or just more expensive? It's an interesting question considering how much business Oakland Coliseum concessionaire Aramark does at sports facilities around the country. I didn't think I could answer my own question until I remembered that concessions at Oracle Arena, operated by a different company, are in fact better" (OAKLAND TRIBUNE, 6/23).
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