From classic ballpark hot dogs to soul food, gourmet snacks and more, here’s what’s new on Target Field’s menu for 2022.
MINNEAPOLIS — Come for the baseball, stay for the burgers, beers and hand-beaten walleye.
After the start of the regular season was delayed due to the MLB lockdown, the Minnesota Twins are set to welcome fans to Target Field for Opening Day.
The stadium has a new ground, the Twins have new players and, of course, there’s an extensive menu of new and unique dishes for fans to sample across nine legs – each with a unique connection to the Twin Cities. .
From an Italian Grinder sandwich to the “Official Grilled Cheese Sandwich of Target Field”, find out what’s on the menu at Target Field this year.
Target Field new foods 2022
Here’s a breakdown of what’s on the menu:
Mac’s Fish (Minneapolis): Longtime Target Field partner serves hand-breaded pickerel with sea salt and jalapeño-lime tartar sauce and fries. Available at the Townball Tavern.
Roots for the home team (St. Paul): Returning for their tenth year, the focus is on youth-focused specialty salads with ingredients grown and harvested by local farmers. Available near section 101.
Bub’s Gourmet Aussie Pies (Lake Elmo): Founder Jason Drysdale will bring Aussie-inspired savory pies with flavors like chicken wild rice and sloppy joe. Available near section 126.
Recycled food (Minneapolis): Former Target Field chef Scott Vanden Broecke’s Italian Grinder sandwich with capicola, bologna, ham, salami and provolone cheese, served on a pretzel bun made with local brewers’ spent grains. Available at Truly On Deck.
blue door pub (Minneapolis, St. Paul): The Cease and Desist Burger comes with white and yellow American cheeses and is topped with lettuce, onions and ‘Merican’ sauce. Available near gate 34.
soul bowl (Minneapolis): Chef Gerald Klass’ new soul food offerings include The Henry Sandwich, with barbecued braised beef, coleslaw, potato chips and a potato roll, and the Summer Bowl with braised beef barbecue, Cajun corn and Return of the Mack and Cheese. Available near section 112.
The Tapatia (Roseville): Chicken Adobo tacos served in soft, lined corn tortillas. Available street style or Cali near section 109.
turkey takeaway (Minneapolis): Back at the concession stand next to Hrbek (near Section 114), offerings include juicy turkey sandwiches made famous at the Minnesota State Fair.
hot indian (Minneapolis): New Chicken Tikka and Vegan Channa Masala. Available near section 122.
food building (Minneapolis): Chefs at the Delaware North baseball stadium collaborated with Kieran Folliard to create Target Field’s official grilled cheese sandwich, made with bread and cheese produced inside the Food Building, which houses businesses artisan food Red Table Meat Co., Baker’s Field Flour & Bread, and Alemar Cheese Company. Available at the new market near section 126.
We are crazy (St. Paul): Handcrafted in small batches, a selection of artisan roasted nuts and candies can be found at the “Marché” near section 126.
If you want to stick with more classic baseball fare, the Twins and Delaware North are bringing back two concession stands with family-friendly pricing, located in sections 133 and 327. Hot dogs, soft pretzels, pop- corn, peanuts, soda and canned beer are all under $5.
And if you hate queuing for snacks, check out “The Market” inside Gate 6 – an open-air market offering hot, pre-packaged food where fans pay for their take-out items as they please. cash desks.
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