Tribe Announces Two Additional Dining Options for 2015 Season


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Earlier this year, we told you about the plethora of new and local dining options slated to hit Progressive Field this season, including popular eateries Melt Bar and Grilled, Barrio, and Sweet Moses.

Today, the Indians announced two additions to the 2015 dining roster: Great Lakes Brewing Company and Dynomite Burgers, both of which will occupy spots in the newly renovated Right Field District.

Via Tribe Vibe:

"We’re proud to partner with two more Cleveland-based restaurants, adding to our long history of working with local companies,” Indians Vice President of Concessions Kurt Schloss said. “Our partnership with Delaware North and our local restaurants continues to provide variety and value to our Cleveland fans."
From Great Lakes, folks can expect Brewer's Barley pretzels, over-sized soft pretzels made with brewer's grain, and Dortmunder Gold bratwursts which are loaded onions and peppers and served with Ballpark Mustard. A selection of signature lagers and ales will be available too, including Rally Drum Red Ale, a Tribe-themed specialty.

Dynomite will sate hungry game-goers with the Cowell and Hubbard burger (topped with mozzarella and smoke paprika mayonnaise), the Parallax burger (topped with bacon and barbecue mayonnaise), the Chinato burger (topped with balsamic red onion and mortadella), and the L'Albatros burger (caramelized onions and red peppers), as well as milkshakes made with Pierre's ice cream. 

Is delicious dining reason enough to hit a Tribe game this year? We certainly think so.

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