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

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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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