Bay Area culinary great Chef Michael Mina has unveiled Bourbon Steak & Pub at Levi’s Stadium, a new concept in stadium dining.
Bringing a high-end steakhouse and relaxed pub together under one roof, Bourbon Steak & Pub offers a range of dining experiences to suit the needs of sports fans, foodies, concert goers, and local residents alike, seven days a week, all year long. Bourbon Steak & Pub is accepting reservations beginning Aug. 11.
Bourbon Pub will be the premier lunch, dinner, and gameday destination, offering the perfect space to kick back and cheer on your favorite teams while enjoying a variety of 50 craft beers and a vast menu filled with reinvented bar bites.
Bourbon Pub will serve fresh, farm-to-table cuisine that reflects the spirit of a modern pub at affordable price points. With a focus on shareable dishes, featured menu items include Berkshire Pork Ribs, an Ecopia Farms Greens salad, the Bourbon Burger, Smokin’ Double Barrel Wagyu Dog, Crispy Flounder Fish & Chips, and a 38 North Half Chicken straight from the restaurant’s one-of-a-kind, 13-foot tall, fully rotating rotisserie.
With 70 high-definition televisions, subscriptions to all major sports cable packages, and a Yahoo! Sports ticker that will run through the space highlighting fantasy football stats, Bourbon Pub will be the ultimate viewing party location for any sporting event, on any given day.
Bourbon Steak offers a more private, premium dining environment for the true Michael Mina steakhouse experience. With a focus on seasonal regional cooking, Bourbon Steak will have tableside service with a heightened guest experience, along with steaks that are sourced from premium producers from around the world.
Signature dishes will be served directly from the rotisserie and a state-of-the-art seafood boiling station, and will include items such as Certified Prime Angus steaks, A5 Japanese Wagyu, Dry-Aged Duck for Two, Wild Striped Bass, Black Truffle Mac and Cheese, and innovative vegetable sides from famed South Bay farms.
Guests dining in Bourbon Steak can also enjoy a flight of spirits from the restaurant’s Bourbon Cart, individually smoked tableside to accentuate the flavor profiles of each.
“Bourbon Steak & Pub at Levi’s Stadium has been the ultimate passion project for me,” Chef Mina says. “I’ve had the rare opportunity to pair two of the things I love most, food and the football, to create two dining experiences that will create the perfect atmosphere for fans of sports and fans of great food.”
Echoing the high level of innovation found in every corner of Levi’s Stadium, Bourbon Steak & Pub has a state-of-the-art open kitchen, delivering a culinary theatre with a wood-burning grill; a seafood action station with a floating suspension frame that elevates the burners; and a show-stopping, one-of-a-kind, 13-foot tall, fully rotating rotisserie that’s equipped to hold up to 1,000 pounds of meat.
“We believe Levi’s Stadium to be the gold standard in next-generation stadium experiences,” says Paraag Marathe, San Francisco 49ers President. “Bourbon Steak & Pub will enable us to present that vision to Bay Area residents and visitors 365 days a year.”
Located on the ground floor of Levi’s Stadium at 4900 Marie P. DeBartolo Way in Santa Clara, Bourbon Steak & Pub welcomes Bay Area diners seven days a week, year-round, with Bourbon Pub open for lunch and dinner, and Bourbon Steak open for dinner only.
Additionally, before the start of each home game, Michael Mina’s Tailgate will kickoff in the tailgate area of the restaurant, a member-only experience for 49ers season ticket holders, inspired by Chef Michael Mina’s elaborate, themed tailgate parties he has thrown with 49ers fans for more than two decades.
Additionally, Chef Michael Mina is pleased to announce the appointment of John Cahill, recently the chef de cuisine of Café des Amis in San Francisco, as executive chef of Bourbon Steak & Pub. Che Cahill has a multi-faceted role at Bourbon Steak & Pub, overseeing the whimsical pub-style lunch and dinner menus for Bourbon Pub, and the signature high-end steakhouse menu for Bourbon Steak.
“We’re building something that could revolutionize the stadium experience,” says Chef Cahill of his new role.
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