Peterborough Memorial Centre expands alcohol service at Petes games

Starting October 29, expanded service available at Petes games and other selected events

Expanded alcohol service at Peterborough Memorial Centre will reduce intermission congestion at concessions (photo courtesy of the City of Peterborough)
Expanded alcohol service at Peterborough Memorial Centre will reduce intermission congestion at concessions (photo courtesy of the City of Peterborough)

The City of Peterborough is expanding alcohol service at the Peterborough Memorial Centre.

Beginning with the Peterborough Petes game on Thursday, October 29th — where the Petes face off against the Kitchener Rangers — alcoholic beverages can be purchased at selected areas throughout the arena, until the 10-minute mark of the third period.

Alcohol will be permitted in all seating areas except the Sun Life Financial Family Zone.

“This will help reduce congestion in the East concourse and jointly serves our patrons to deliver an enhanced event experience,” says Sue Warrington, Arena Division Manager.

For Club Section patrons, Brown’s Fine Foods will offer premium “tall boys” and draught beer, premium spirits, and wines.

Brown’s Fine Foods will also offer enhanced service for Club Section patrons, including carving and wine-tasting stations at select games to go along with an expanded food menu that includes healthy meal options.

The expanded alcohol service will be available for all Petes games in the future, as well as other events such as concerts (dependent on the discretion of the promoter).

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