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New dining experience for fans at Hard Rock Stadium

While every stadium in the United States does offer food and drinks, Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida has taken their game-day experience to another level thanks to its new

partnership with Mexico City-based company, Broxel.

Broxel is helping this world-class sporting venue become 100% cashless. They will also develop prepaid debit cards that users will also be able to manage their expenses inside and outside of

the stadium, by downloading the cutting edge Broxel App.The new food and dining experience has been tremendously expanded throughout all levels of the venue with new notable

restaurants such as “Pollo Tropical” on the 100 & 300 level, “Avocados From Mexico, and many more. There will also be four brand new Heineken bars and two Jack Daniel’s bars exclusively

throughout the stadium.

This is Heineken’s only partnership with an NFL franchise. The local Miami presence will also be felt off the field as well with multiple minority-owned South Florida eats being added

such as Jimmy Deans Chuck Wagon BBQ, Fishology and, 305 Grille. Plus local celebrity chefs Paul DaSilva from the Ritz Carlton, and Jose Mendin from Pubbelly will have their special

menu items inside of Hard Rock Stadium’s 2 luxury clubs.'Chef Herb Coleman of 305 Grille stated .

“We employ people from the community because we want Miami to know we care

about them just as much as we care about the food we create.” While I officially tasted many of these places today and will give them all two thumbs up, the public will get their first taste test

this Sunday, when the Miami Dolphins take on the Buffalo Bills in their home opener.

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