Yankees Roll Out Food Options at New Stadium

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One thing I won’t miss about the old Yankee Stadium is the food. Here’s a rundown of what kinds of grub to expect at the new ballpark.

Feel like stadium standards?  There are hot dogs and beer, of course.  Feel like junk food?  From Carvel to Dunkin’ Donuts, you won’t be disappointed.  There are fine dining options too–though why you’d want a white table cloth experience at a ball game is beyond me.

The regular season opener is April 16.

Highlights:

  • There wil be 25 permanent concessions stands and 112 portable locations.
  • Butchers from Lobel’s will prepare prime, dry-aged steaks to be served in various locations in the Stadium. Steak sandwiches will be sold as well.   (Left-field concourse, Field Level.)
  • There’s  a food court on the third-base side of the Field Level, a Main Level beer garden and a Bleachers Café in center field.

Vendors:

o Bazzini nuts

o Carl’s Steaks

o Carvel Ice Cream

o Cracker Jack

o Famous Famiglia Pizza

o French’s Mustard

o Hebrew National

o Heinz Ketchup

o Mike’s Arthur Avenue Italian Deli, featuring zeppoli and antipasto

o Nathan’s Famous, serving hot dogs in natural casing

o New York Pretzel

o Premio Sausage, serving grilled coiled sausages

o Poland Spring Water

o Tyson chicken

o Utz Potato Chips

o Boar’s Head made-to-order deli sandwich stand, including soups and salads

o Brother Jimmy’s BBQ

o Dunkin’ Donuts Coffee

o Highlanders traditional ballpark food, including hot dogs with sauerkraut and “pushcart” onions

o Johnny Rockets

o Lobel’s of New York

o Moe’s Southwest Grill

o Otis Spunkmeyer

o Pepsi Cola Products, including Lipton Iced Tea, Tropicana Lemonade and Gatorade

o Tommy Bahama’s Bar serving mixed drinks

o Turkey Hill Ice Cream

o Garlic Fries stand

o Latin Corner, serving hot-pressed Cuban sandwiches, nachos and burritos

o Noodle Bowls stand with other Asian-inspired items

o Soy Kitchen sushi and salads

o Triple Play Grill, offering beef and chicken sliders, and Lobel’s steak sandwiches

o Melissa’s, a traditional farmers market, carrying fresh fruits and vegetables

o Various Glatt Kosher options

o The Big Apple stand, offering candy, caramel and chocolate-dipped apples

o Dale and Thomas popcorn stand

o Kids Cart with items, such as peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, milk, small hot dogs and Kozy Shack Pudding

Full Service Dining:

o The Hard Rock Cafe

o NYY Steak

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