Levy is both a restaurant group and a leading provider of dining options for corporate cafeterias and sports and entertainment venues.
It has particularly distinguished itself in how it's changing how fans eat at sports arenas and concerts. In Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Levy offers core menu items at astonishingly affordable prices: $2 for a refillable soda, $2 for a hot dog, $3 for a slice of pizza, and $5 for a Bud Light on draft. The company helped rearchitect the stadium itself to accommodate what it knew would be increased demand for these items, adding 65% more points of sale and ones that could manage the flow. In Los Angeles, Levy made a deal with Miso Robotics to introduce a robotic burger flipper to Dodger Stadium, assisting chefs with repetitive tasks so they can focus on fan service. The company also helped DC United's Audi Field go cashless in parts of the stadium to speed up food delivery and allow fans to get back to the action.