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02-20-2012, 11:48 AM
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Healthiest Food Options At RBC Center?

I have a visitor who is into healthier foods (no dogs, burgers, bbq) because of food allergies, etc. Where would I find turkey sandwiches, etc. during the game? I think I remember a "deli-fresh" sign but can't remember the section. Thanks!

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I think it's outside 314...

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Market Place is what you're looking for. There's one outside Section 126 and, as Anton Dubinchuk mentioned, one outside Section 314.

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be careful that stuff is EXTREMELY expensive. if you don't have an arm or leg to spare i'd recommend just smuggling a sandwich in.

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like relish, onion, and kraut sandwiches? If so, load up on dollar dogs, throw the tube steak away and stuff that bun with condiments!

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Adjacent to the 2nd level bar there's a guy who sells Bar-B-Q and Chips. He sometimes also has Chicken wraps, Turkey, other single options you can check on. He also has a condiment offering that's pretty extensive - cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, cole slaw, pickles, etc. that are free for the taking with your purchase.

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Dos Banditos has fish tacos. They are at the north end of the arena.

The flour tortilla isn't the healthist, but compared to other arena food... The fish is a lightly breaded, baked white fish. It is served with pico (and I always get extra pico on the side for more veggies) and a small amount of cheese. You can also ask for lettuce (some workers serve it that way automatically, though they are not supposed to serve it that way). At $6.50, it is more reasonably priced than the Market place, which is my other choice when trying to be "healthy"

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Not fried, no butter or grease, etc ..



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Not fried, no butter or grease, etc ..


Or you could support locally owner purveyors of fine microbrewed beers instead of funneling more money to Anheuser-Busch InBev or Molson Coors (the former in the case of Stella)


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Totally serious, don't forget about popcorn. I've never tried to order it unbuttered and/or unsalted at a game, so I don't know if it's possible, but if they'll give it to you that way it's a great option.

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Or you could support locally owner purveyors of fine microbrewed beers instead of funneling more money to Anheuser-Busch InBev or Molson Coors (the former in the case of Stella)

Whenever I make the trip to Raleigh, I always stop at a small Italian eatery, Bella Monica, nearby. I love the microbrews there. Carolina Brown Nut Ale...delicious!

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Or you could support locally owner purveyors of fine microbrewed beers instead of funneling more money to Anheuser-Busch InBev or Molson Coors (the former in the case of Stella)

It was meant as BEER in general....no particular brand was meant to be implied by the picture.

And a bag of peanuts!

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Thank you all! We ended up smuggling a turkey sandwich and some healthy cheese crackers in. The beer is a great idea, of course ............. but I decided to wait until this 14 yr. old has a few more birthdays!!!

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Or you could support locally owner purveyors of fine microbrewed beers instead of funneling more money to Anheuser-Busch InBev or Molson Coors (the former in the case of Stella)
Indeed and Foothills is the way to go IMO.

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Thank you all! We ended up smuggling a turkey sandwich and some healthy cheese crackers in. The beer is a great idea, of course ............. but I decided to wait until this 14 yr. old has a few more birthdays!!!
14? Get that kid some hot dogs and popcorn.


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Indeed and Foothills is the way to go IMO.
Foothills isn't bad. In an ideal world the RBC Center would have one beer stand with offerings from all the notable NC breweries, particularly Highland, Foothills, Natty Greene's, Red Oak, Fullsteam, Big Boss, Lonerider, CBC, Duck Rabbit, and Mother Earth.

As an aside the last Kinston Indians game I went to - they had cans of Mother Earth Sunny Haze available for purchase. Keep your pitchers of watery macrobrew, give me an ice cold can of locally brewed Hefeweizen! Oh and give me baseball back in Kinston, please? Such a lovely old park needs a team back.

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Foothills isn't bad. In an ideal world the RBC Center would have one beer stand with offerings from all the notable NC breweries, particularly Highland, Foothills, Natty Greene's, Red Oak, Fullsteam, Big Boss, Lonerider, CBC, Duck Rabbit, and Mother Earth.

As an aside the last Kinston Indians game I went to - they had cans of Mother Earth Sunny Haze available for purchase. Keep your pitchers of watery macrobrew, give me an ice cold can of locally brewed Hefeweizen! Oh and give me baseball back in Kinston, please? Such a lovely old park needs a team back.
I like that line of thinking. Too bad they don't have Foothills' Seeing Double. Nothing like an I-IPA aged in bourbon barrels

Yes, currently you have to go all over the place for a limited selection of locals. Agree fully on Mother Earth. Very good, very underrated. Roth is another local that gets overlooked.

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