Indians Opening Day Brings New Food and Drink Options to Progressive Field

The Cleveland Indians 2014 opening game will serve up something a little different than just peanuts and crackerjacks. This season, Progressive Field has a few new partnerships to offer a greater variety of food and drink options at ball games.

Perhaps most notable are the three new brewing companies: Great Lakes Brewing Co., New Belgium Brewing Co. and Sam Adams Brewing Co. These beer carts will gather in a vendor area behind iconic home plate.

As for food, Bob Evans sausage bars and Pierre's Ice Cream stands will bring a little more flavor to game day snacks. Additionally, new price cuts will bring down classic options; this means cheaper hot dogs, sodas and brew.

When beers and dogs don't cut it, baseball fans can also reserve seats at the fancy-schmancy Terrace Club, which will be open to the public this season

Dollar hot dog night, or dress-up dinner? Take your pick, Indians fans— just don't forget about the game.

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Anne Nickoloff

Anne Nickoloff, a blogging intern, helps produce online content for Scene Magazine. She studies English and Psychology at Case Western Reserve University, and is involved with campus media. In her free time, Anne enjoys skiing, knitting, and exploring Cleveland.
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