As the Farm-to-Fork capital of the world, it only makes sense that Sacramento does arena food a little differently. We traded in can openers and processed foods for a 10-point charter that spells out exactly why you just might have the best meal of your life here.
Together with hospitality partner Legends, we’re working directly with farmers, growers, and chefs who produce the highest quality ingredients and menus so that every bite adds to the excitement of the main event. Have a seat and dig in — no one leaves here hungry.
Our executive chef and restaurant partners source 90% of their ingredients from a 150-mile radius, so whether you choose handmade tacos, wood-fired pizza, or a bier hall sausage, dining at Golden 1 Center is a celebration of Sacramento’s diversity and abundance. When you eat at Golden 1 Center you are an active participant in the Slow Food Movement and the radical notion that big crowds can be fed great food. Delicious is always in season in Sacramento.
We will source the majority of our beer, wine, and spirits within the same 150-mile radius.
All leftover, edible food will be given to Sacramento Food Bank and Family Services via our Second That program, supporting over 200 local agencies.
Our green waste (vegetable trimmings, protein trimmings and scraps, etc.) will be treated by a groundbreaking new program called California Safe Soil. They will treat our waste with organic enzymes and process in a giant food digester. It will be “digested” and then pasteurized, filtered and put back into the soil at local farms.
Our leftover fryer oil which is locally produced rice bran oil will be converted to biodiesel by a local, family-run business.
GENERAL MANAGER, MICHAEL TUOHY
Michael Tuohy was instrumental in bringing the Farm-to-Fork ethos to Sacramento when he opened the award-winning Grange Restaurant in 2008, and that same spirit of reverence for the ingredients and playfulness with the experience is revolutionizing how arenas feed a crowd. At Golden 1 Center, Chef Tuohy works directly with local farmers as they plan their crops to ensure that 17,000 hungry fans will have access to fresh, creative, and satisfying dining options at an affordable price. The food is part of the experience here, and the experience is the best in town.