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Friday, April 3, 2015

Reminder: Dining Options Abound at Progressive Field this Season

Posted By on Fri, Apr 3, 2015 at 3:12 PM

Opening day is right around the corner, so we wanted to remind our readers of all the terrific new dining options slated to hit Progressive Field this season because, after all, who really attends a game just to watch the game?

Here's your quick list of must-hit new joints this Tribe season:



1) Barrio: Cleveland's favorite build-your-own-taco and craft cocktail joint is setting up shop in the newly renovated Right Field District this season. 


2) Melt Bar & Grilled: This wildly popular eatery will offer a condensed menu featuring its most in-demand items such as the Kindergarten, Chorizo & Potato, Parmageddon, and Mushroom Melt.


3) Sweet Moses: The Gordon Square sweet shop will serve up a selection of decadent ice cream sundaes and treats.  


4) Dynomite Burger: Chef Zack Bruell's fast casual burger joint will sate hungry game-goers with four unique varieties, plus milkshakes made with Pierre's ice cream.


5) Great Lakes Brewing Company: The Ohio City brewshop will bring it's operation to Tribe Town with plans to serve its famous Brewer's Barley pretzels, Dortmunder Gold bratwursts, and a selection of signature lagers and ales.


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