Levy Menu


SACRAMENTO, CALIF., Jan. 30, 2012 -- Thanks to a vibrant new roster of healthy menu items introduced by Levy Restaurants, Kings fans can choose a leaner dining experience at Power Balance Pavilion in 2012. These menu additions coincide with the NBA's third-annual "Live Healthy Week" (Jan. 25 - Feb. 2) and complement the team's committed effort to educating its loyal supporters about the benefits of physical fitness and living a healthier lifestyle through the "Get Fit with the Kings" initiative.

Through Levy's "Farm to Fork" program, locally-sourced items are supplied to Power Balance Pavilion concessions, providing fans with fresh produce options. Some of the new choices available include:

- Vegetarian and vegan offerings with the "Veg Out" salad and Veggie sandwich
- Fruit and vegetable Cups from the Fit Snack Cart
- Gluten-free concession items

The new menu also contains several hearty, nutritious, low-fat offerings, including:

- Chicken or pork "Basket" bowls served with vegetables and rice
- Lean turkey and sirloin sandwiches
- Grilled chicken sandwiches

To learn more about NBA Live Healthy Week and the "Get Fit with the Kings" program, visit Kings.com/GetFit. For information, recipes and interviews with a Levy executive chef, please contact Jenny Jones at 312-329-3977 or jenny@finnpartners.com.

Levy Restaurants Healthy Menu Options: Photos

About Maloof Sports & Entertainment (MS&E):

Maloof Sports & Entertainment includes the Sacramento Kings and Power Balance Pavilion. Owned by the Maloof family with long-term, local partners, the organization is committed to being a contributing member of the Sacramento community. Teaming up with local leaders and non-profit organizations to give back to those in need throughout the region, MS&E has donated millions of dollars to charity in 12 years of Maloof family ownership. For more information about Maloof Sports & Entertainment, please visit Kings.com, PowerBalancePavilion.com or call 916-928-0000.

About Levy Restaurants:
Levy Restaurants, founded in Chicago in 1978, is recognized as one of America