When the Buffalo Bills move into their new stadium in 2026, they'll have a new concessions provider.
Legends Hospitality confirmed to Buffalo's ABC affiliate, WKBW, that it won the bid to take over hospitality services at the new stadium.
The company — founded by Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones — will replace Delaware North, which has been the current stadium's food and beverage provider since 1992.
Gov. Kathy Hochul's husband, Bill, is a senior vice president at Delaware North — a fact that led to questions about a potential conflict of interest.
MORE: Bills release more renderings of new stadium
Legends had already been picked to lead planning, project management, sales and partnerships at the new stadium. WKBW noted the company employs Remy Raccuia, daughter of Bills Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer Ron Raccuia.
Taxpayers will be paying $850 million for the $1.54 billion stadium. Construction was cleared to begin earlier this month.
The 62,000-seat open-air stadium will be located across the street from the team's current stadium in Orchard Park, which opened 50 years ago.