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Dinner and a hockey game?

Ken Hoffman | Jan 17, 2003 11:24 AM

Dinner and a hockey game? ...The Shark Tank, home of the San Jose Sharks, makes a lot of money selling food and drinks to its teal clad patrons. If you are lucky, you can gain access to the concessions under the stands known as the Club level. There is a sit down restaurant, but we opted for the carving station. For 8 bucks (steep) you can have either roast turkey or beef on a whole wheat bun. The condiments included a honey mustard sauce or horseradish mayo (de-lish), whole red onion slice, pickles and tomatos. They also sold bottled beer at the station. There was also a pasta and ceaser salad station opposite to the carving station.
The sandwich was surprisingly good--tender beef brisket , sliced medium thickness and cooked well done. The meat was flavorful and was complimetned perfectly by the mayo. Pretty satisfied with the level of game food.

They also sell very decent looking sushi platter for around 10 bucks (looked like the best deal).

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