What you should know before you go to T-Mobile Arena

There’s more to experience in and around the T-Mobile Arena than athletes, musicians and celebrities.

When the 20,000-seat venue opens April 6 with a performance by Las Vegas’ own The Killers, attendees will be able to enjoy customized food and beverage options.

“People come from all over the world to experience Las Vegas mixology and dining,” said Tony Abou-Ganim, the mixologist chosen to craft specialty cocktails for the arena in a partnership with Levy Restaurants. “We’re bringing that level of precision and hospitality to T-Mobile Arena, giving each guest a Vegas-worthy experience.”

Ice cubes carved on site will float in every cocktail. Hey, it’s Las Vegas. Who isn’t expecting a sports arena with custom diamond or sphere-shaped ice in every drink?

And the $375 million arena, nestled between New York-New York and Monte Carlo, isn’t lost on classic Vegas.

Abou-Ganim is putting his own spin on the Strip’s signature yardstick frozen cocktail and on bottle service by offering punch cocktails from a crystal bowl in the suites.

The food will distinguish itself from fare served at other arenas and stadiums, too.

Levy Restaurants, whose offerings include Cafe Spiaggia, Fulton’s Crab House and Wolfgang Puck Grand Cafe, will bring the concourse concessions, customizable in-suite menus and New York-style pizza from Ferraro’s Pizza Forte.

If you want to try the in-suite dining options, 50 luxury suites, eight event-level bunker suites and two large clubs that require a $3,500 to $5,000 membership are available.

Contact Kimberly De La Cruz at kdelacruz@reviewjournal.com or 702-383-0381. Find her on Twitter: @KimberlyinLV

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