Fuku, the spicy fried chicken fast casual concept developed by David Chang, heads west with its newest concession location at T-Mobile Arena. The property is the proud home of NHL’s Vegas Golden Knights and UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship).
“Las Vegas is a priority growth market for us as we continue to expand the Fuku presence, and we’re excited for this opportunity at T-Mobile Arena to not only include a professional hockey team for the first time and reach the Las Vegas community and fans, but also continue our long standing relationship and successful partnerships with Levy Restaurants,” says Claudia Lezcano, CEO of Fuku.
As an official venue partner, Fuku joins an impressive list of onsite dining options at the arena which spans nearly 650,000 square feet. The Fuku concession has already exceeded sales expectations since it opened several months earlier. Located on the Upper Concourse, this marks the fourth concession partnership between Fuku and Levy Restaurants along with other locations at Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn, NY; the U.S. Open in Flushing Meadows, NY; and FedExField in Landover, MD.
“We are proud to welcome Fuku to the T-Mobile Arena family,” says Sally Bae, Senior Vice President of Global Partnerships for AEG in Las Vegas. “This exciting addition to our concession lineup further enhances the fan experience at our arena, providing a delectable and diverse new dining option. Fuku’s reputation for quality and flavor aligns perfectly with our commitment to offering the best to our guests as they enjoy our world-class events at T-Mobile Arena.”
The Las Vegas opening joins Fuku’s growing list of concessions in major stadiums in the US, as the company continues to expand its locations across the country. For a complete list, please visit https://eatfuku.com/stadiums-arenas/. The New York brand also has two Manhattan based eateries at Hudson Yards and Rockefeller Center that offer dine-in, takeout and pick up services.