Are you tired of having to eat lunch in your seats on the 50 yard line like some sort of vagrant? This problem is thankfully fixed in the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Now you can catch the game from the stadium’s open-air restaurant named after Arthur Blank’s late mother.
Today, it was announced that Mercedes-Benz Stadium will feature a new and unique destination restaurant and private club, Molly B’s, named in honor of owner Arthur Blank’s mother, Molly Blank. As part of the expansive food and beverage program being featured inside Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Molly B’s was created in partnership with Concentrics Restaurants and boasts an impressive menu developed by Michael Bertozzi, executive chef for Atlanta’s TWO urban licks. Molly B’s, opening on August 26, will be located on the 100-level concourse and has a separate entry by the main entrance of the stadium.
I have got to say this is pretty cool. New stadiums have interesting stuff like players enter and exit the field through restaurants, which made the Georgia Dome feel a little lacking. Jerry’s World has really made current stadiums feel inadequate.
When the Falcons play, the all-inclusive member experience offers impressive items ideal for the table such as buttermilk fried chicken, southern smoked brisket, baby back ribs along with a variety of sides including six-cheese macaroni and cheese, hand cut fries and roasted asparagus topped with lemon hollandaise and king crab. True to chophouse form, action stations featuring freshly carved, slow roasted bone-in prime rib, chopped salad, a raw bar, and a make-your-own sundae bar provide for an interactive opportunity in the restaurant’s casual and open atmosphere overlooking the field.
You get the point. There’s tons of food and it’ll be a cool place in the new stadium. I know you are mostly here for photos.