Authentic Mexican, lobster mac 'n cheese, buffalo chicken mac 'n cheese, Asian fresh rolls, high end desserts, various poutine, cheese and meat plates, potstickers, pulled pork, smoked brisket
Pretty much anything to wet the whistle
If you try - you will find yourself booted off the premises.
LOL - bag searches are carried out by private security people working for the event staff. Your liquor gets confiscated if found. That's no different than any stadium or arena anywhere in North America.
Being Tim Hortons Field is mostly enclosed by chain link fence, there are many locations a motivated person can use to pass food and drink through or under, to a member of their party that has entered in advance. A 2" tubular container holding drink can easily fit through the links anywhere. It happens even right near the main gates and at the Ticat Shop barricade on Bernie Faloney Dr. I've seen it. Scoundrels, I tell ya!
OK, this made me laugh and brought back some memories. 4 of us heading down to old Ex stadium, Ham at Tor. This is when it was OK to smoke but you couldn't drink anywhere, back in the late 70s. Flasks and all sorts to get booze in. We didn't like liquor as much as we loved our suds. One of our buddies who was of a diminutive stature, but built like a fireplug, was our GUY. He had an old green winter duffle coat. We cut slots in it everywhere inside and he carried in a 24 of stubbies. I kid you not. Place was packed and I went first and got nabbed. They let him slip by. Checked the 4th guy too. I'm pretty sure we were the only guys drinking beer out of bottles that day. ;D
Best I ever saw was a guy cooking soup?? :o on a Coleman stove at the 83 Grey Cup.