Redskins Give Levy Restaurants Premium Dining Contract After One Year With Legends
One season after Legends Hospitality took over the premium dining contract at FedExField, the Redskins have replaced the vendor with Levy Restaurants, according to Levy officials. Chicago-based Levy takes over catering for the stadium’s 280 suites and club spaces. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. For Legends, a company co-owned by the Cowboys, it is a significant loss of business considering FedExField generates an average of $4M in annual suite revenue, second only to AT&T Stadium, the Cowboys’ home. The bulk of FedExField’s suites are on the stadium’s fourth and fifth levels. The second level, also served by the premium food provider, has two Owner’s Club lounges, Redskins Owner Dan Snyder’s suite and the corporate suite reserved for stadium naming-rights holder FedEx. The Redskins are now on their third suite caterer in as many seasons. Prior to Legends, R&R Catering, a small local firm, fed suite patrons from '09-12. Centerplate retains the stadium’s general concessions.