After years of ineptitude in the late 1990s and early 2000s, Cincinnati Bengals tickets at Paul Brown Stadium have become one of the hottest buys in the NFL. Head coach Marvin Lewis’ strong defense and a young offensive core of Andy Dalton and A.J. Green has brought the Bengals to the postseason four straight years, and five of the last six.
The main selling point for Paul Brown Stadium is its atmosphere and location. The venue is situated right on Cincinnati’s famed riverfront, with plenty of shops, boutiques, bars, and restaurants to experience before and after game time. The vibes inside the stadium are universally topnotch. Bengals fans love this team and love their football. They’ve stuck with the franchise through a decade-plus of embarrassing seasons, and now they’re seeing their patience be rewarded slowly but surely.
If you’re looking to get a bite and a drink while you cheer the team on, Paul Brown Stadium’s menu is highly rated and relatively cheap by NFL standards. The menu isn’t as eclectic as some modern stadiums, but staples like burgers, dogs, pretzels, and nachos are all delicious. The real selling point in terms of concessions is Paul Brown’s beer list; in addition to many domestic macros, local Cincinnati-based brews like Hudepohl Amber Lager and Moerlein Lager are both available.