Boston Bruins, TD Garden Sportservice Concessions

No one could be more proud of the Stanley Cup-winning Boston Bruins than Delaware North. Company Chairman and CEO Jeremy Jacobs has owned TD Garden and the fabled franchise since 1975. Though the Bruins have celebrated many-a-golden-moment since then, none has been as sweet as the 2011 Stanley Cup championship. And our winning doesn’t stop there. From concessions to premium dining to retail, Sportservice provides world-class service on every level.

Venue Highlights

  • Former Boston Garden purchased in 1975
  • Current arena privately financed and built in 1995
  • Seating capacity: 17,565
  • Services: concessions, suites, premium dining and retail
  • Premium services:
    • Luxury suites: 89 suites
    • Heineken Boardroom: one of the Premium Club’s most exclusive areas, featuring all-inclusive gourmet cuisine, a wood-fired brick oven and top-shelf liquors and wine
    • The Lofts: all-inclusive luxury seating for four to six people; offering small plated-five course menu
    • Legends Restaurant: private, 300-seat, members-only sports club
    • Celtics Courtside Club: private, 130-seat club; courtside ticket holders only; offering appetizers and beverage service
    • Club seating:
      • Premium Club Bistro: in-seat service for 1,200 ticket holders
      • Banners Harbor View: 275-seat restaurant, offering contemporary American cuisine
      • AT&T Sportsdeck: premium seating includes full-service wait staff with order-at-your seat convenience
  • Retail: 3,500 square feet of retail space, two Fan Zone stores, 500-square-foot store serving the suites, four walk-ups, five portables

Delaware North Companies Sportservice provides newspaper and bottle recycling opportunities for more than 20,000 commuters who walk through North Station in Boston each day and 2.5 million people who attend concerts, shows and sporting events at TD Garden each year.

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