Coming off an upset win over then-ranked USC, the BYU football team again hosts a ranked Pac 12 team as Washington comes to LaVell Edwards Stadium on Saturday. As you travel to the game, you should go hungry, because BYU offers a wide variety of foods.
The BYU Concessions Department said that they try to find a wide array of vendors, so that everyone can find concessions that appeal to them.
This year, LaVell Edwards Stadium will features some of the same food items as in recent years, as well as some new vendors. And, of course, there will be the traditional items that have been sold for years like nachos, popcorn and hot dogs.
What better to celebrate the cougars' recent success than one of BYU's most famous concession items — the Cougar Tail. The 16-inch maple bar is a must try at BYU.
If a Cougar Tail doesn't seem "meaty" enough, you can grab a Brat Tail.
The Brat Tail is a one-third-pound bratwurst served in a Cougar Tail, with or without grilled onions and condiments. The maple bar is split in half and used like a hot dog bun to contain the bratwurst, which is butterfly cut to make it flatter. The maple frosting side faces inward, next to the bratwurst, so you're holding doughnut on top and bottom.
Known around Utah Valley for the Korean BBQ dishes from their food truck, Cupbop will be serving up their tasty cups at the BYU games.
Cupbop can be found in the south stands.
For a tasty treat with a french twist, check out the Crepe Factory, a mobile crepe company that serves crepes at every BYU football and basketball game.
Crepe Factory has two locations: one under the north stands and one under the north stands.
Most Utah Valley residents know the menu at Costa Vida, and over the past several years, it has become a staple at BYU football games. Their salads and burritos are a good option for looking for a larger, filling meal.
You can find them under the north stands.
Clark’s Island Donuts
What is a malasada? It's a Portuguese donut — without a hole — that is rolled in sugar or both cinnamon and sugar. They can also come filled with different kinds of cream and custard. You may have tried them at Clark’s Island Donuts food truck, but this year, they will be at LaVell Edwards Stadium.
You can find them inside the northeast entrance.
The Fatty Tuna food truck serves authentic sushi and ramen, loaded with fresh, healthy ingredients. They will be serving outside of the food truck at LaVell Edwards Stadium this fall.
You can find them at the stadium’s northwest entrance.
BYU's own sports grill has some pretty awesome pulled pork, brisket and other BBQ fare for you to feast on while you root for the Cougs.
There is a Legends Grill in each stand of the stadium.
Imagine a churro, but instead of the cinnamon sugar coating, it's made similarly to an Oreo cookie and is stuffed with a sweet cream filling.
The simple yet sweet snack is available in the north stands of the stadium.
If you haven't tried poutine before, now is your chance. A new vendor last year at LaVell Edwards Stadium is Porky's Poutine, which serves the Canadian French fry dish with a wide variety of toppings.
The Porky's Poutine stand is located under the south stands.
Most LDS Church members have heard of the coffee substitute Postum — a powdered roasted grain drink — and now you can get a cup at the BYU football games.
You can find it inside the southwest entrance to the stadium.
Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory
If football brings out your sweet tooth, you can grab one of Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory's treats.
The Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory stand can be found inside the northwest entrance.
Churros are a great sports snack, and San Diablo serves artisan filled churros. They are crisped, coated in sugar and cinnamon and filled with sweet fillings like dulce de leche, Nutella or sweet cream.
You can find them on the upper level of the east stands.
Smokin Star BBQ’s food is cooked to perfection, a flavor combination “certain to put you in a meat-induced food coma.” Now you can get them at LaVell Edwards Stadium, as well as their food truck.
You can find them at the southwest entrance of the stadium.
Steve’s Killer Dogs
If you’ve been to the Steve’s Killer Dogs food truck, you may crave their hot dogs and polish hot dogs at LaVell Edwards Stadium this fall. They serve up "killer" options like the Great Dane: a 100% all beef hot dog with ketchup, mustard, relish, onions, jalapenos, chili, cheese, sauerkraut and sweet smokey sauce or Steve’s Famous Killer Sauce.
You can find them at the northwest entrance.
Sushi Burrito has been serving their sushi creations rolled into burritos at their restaurant on 300 East in Provo, and will now be selling them at the BYU football games.
You can find them under the south stands at LaVell Edwards Stadium.
Most people in Utah County have been to Waffle Love, and now you can enjoy one of their crystalized sugar waffle dishes while cheering on the Cougars.
You can find them under the north stands.
Yummy’s BBQ & Sushi
Do you want food, but don’t want to miss any of the action? Yummy’s BBQ and Sushi has seat delivery at LaVell Edwards Stadium for only $3. You can also order online and pickup at the Yummy’s BBQ & Sushi stand within 15 minutes.
You can get several of their sushi rolls or their BBQ Dinner Plate.
Their stand is located under the north stands.
In 2016, BYU added gluten-free options to its concession lineup. At the the south concessions stands, there are menu items including pizza, pretzels, hot dogs and cookies — all gluten-free.
Traditional BYU Concessions
BYU Concessions stands always have the traditional stadium food that is perfect for any football game, including popcorn, nachos, hot dogs, hamburgers, chips, candy and soda. They also have some items unique to BYU's concession stands, like BYU Creamery Ice Cream. Now you can go to town on some Graham Canyon ice cream while cheering on the Cougars.
BYU Concessions can be found all throughout the stadium.