At Bojangles’ Coliseum, we know game time is also snack time. That’s why, around every bend of our beloved Biscuit, we serve carefully curated eats—warm Bavarian pretzels, buttery popcorn, beef tacos, chili-topped hot dogs and more. Stop by Kelly’s East Side Diner, named after Charlotte hockey legend Pat Kelly, for classic burgers-and-fries fare as well as more indulgent dishes like fried twinkies and poutine.
Because local bites and brews are the MVPs of our concessions offerings, you can also wash down Chicken Supremes™ from Charlotte-based Bojangles’ Famous Chicken ‘n Biscuits with a refreshing Queen City craft beer while you’re here. Find fan favorites from The Olde Mecklenburg Brewery, NoDa Brewing Company, Catawba Brewing Co. and Triple C Brewing Co. at The Local Tap, one of the venue’s multiple food and beer stations. Other offerings in the Coliseum include Dippin’ Dots, cotton candy, ice cream, soft drinks, coffee, and draft and bottled domestic beer.
If a sit-down experience is what you crave, look no further than our Red Line Club. Located on the lower level, the restaurant sits between the Charlotte Checkers locker room and the ice, so you can watch players walk through as you dine. With rink-inspired entrees and cocktails, the menu pays homage to the fast-paced sport: Hail from the Northeast? You’ll recognize the Garbage Plate’s tempting combination of burger patties, mac and cheese and fries. The club also serves a variety of playful handhelds, like the Prime Rib Philly Cheesesteak and the Chelios Quesadilla Burger, named after Checkers player Jake Chelios.
The club opens for reservations 90 minutes prior to the game and is open for events on a case-by-case basis. To reserve a table, use the reservation widget below. You must have a ticket for that night’s game to reserve a table at the club. The club’s bar opens to the general public one hour before the game. Space is limited.