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Thursday, March 12, 2015

Here's the Name of the New Bar Going in at Progressive Field

Posted By on Thu, Mar 12, 2015 at 9:48 AM

Update: After several weeks of online voting, the Cleveland Indians announced today the name of the new two-story bar going in at Progressive Field's Right Field District.

The chosen name? The Corner.

According to TribeVibe, the name is a hat tip to current Indians radio broadcaster Tom Hamilton who's introductory line “We’re under way from the corner of Carnegie and Ontario,” has become famous during his 25+ year run with the Tribe.

Other features of the bar? It was partially built with salvaged parts from the old Columbus Road Bridge in Cleveland’s Flats, and there's also a rooftop fire pit.

Stop in and see it all for yourself, beginning opening day.


Originally posted: Feb. 11, 2015 at 2:07 p.m.:

The 2015 Tribe season promises game-goers plenty of new dining options which we happily outlined for you on our blog last month, but new drinking options are in the works too, namely a brand new bar, located in the Right Field District at Progressive Field.

The digs look pretty cool, based on the artist rendering above, but even cooler is the fact that Progressive Field honchos are asking you— yes, you!— to help name the new watering hole.

Four potential names have been thrown in the ring: Blues Brewhouse, Carnegie Corner, District Brewhouse, and Tribe Taphouse, and you can vote for your favorite right now on the Cleveland Indians website.

While you're in the voting mode, go ahead and cast your vote for Scene's Best of Cleveland poll, which is also live, right here.

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