Your Guide to The 49ers New Home: Levi’s Stadium:
When you’re in Silicon Valley, you have to be cutting edge. Levi’s Stadium, the San Francisco 49ers new home, thankfully doesn’t disappoint. That the three-month-old, $1.2 billion venue offers Wi-Fi and 4G networks for approximately 68,500 fans is just the start. Read on for what makes this Santa Clara stadium, where Super Bowl 50 will be played in 2016, one of the world’s best – and most innovative – for outdoor sports and entertainment events.
Michael Mina’s Tailgate at Bourbon Steak and Pub
On game day, celebrity chef Michael Mina, a 22-year season ticket holder, throws an exclusive, members-only, all-you-can-eat-and-drink tailgate experience like no other. We’re talking mouth-watering, buttery poached Maine lobster, Waygu beef, spit-roasted meats, a premium shellfish bar, expansive dessert selection and full bar including Bloody Marys made fresh by his wife Diane using tomatoes from the family garden; a deejay and 70 television screens create sensory overload. Throw in the rotating guest chefs, who have included three-Michelin star chefs Christopher Kostow of The Restaurant at Meadowood and Thomas Keller of French Laundry, and this $500 per-person outing seems like a bargain. Well, almost.