Apr 4, 2023 - Food and Drink

Target Field debuts new concessions, lower prices for Twins season

Target Field packed with baseball fans.

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When the Twins host the Houston Astros Friday for their home opener at Target Field, the stadium's concession options will feature even more local restaurants and bars.

What's happening: The stadium released its list of new foods and beverages available this season on Monday, including outposts of local eateries and more products from Minnesota-made brands.

Here's what to expect:

A table displaying T Rex Cookies.
Photo: Minnesota Twins

😋 More from Twin Cities favorites: Official Fried Chicken and the popular Union Hmong Kitchen will debut their first stadium stands. The latter will serve Hmong sausage and noodle bowls with meat from local deli Kramarczuk's.

  • Soul Bowl, T-Rex Cookie and Jonny Pops will also expand their offerings, including a wider variety of desserts.

🍸 Minnesota-themed cocktails: O'Shaughnessy Distilling Co. will mix up drinks like "Whiskey Sota" and "Hot Honey Crisp," a rye-based cocktail with hot honey and apple syrups, topped with soda.

💸Budget-friendly options: There are now three "Family Value" concession stands throughout the concourses, which serve classic ballpark foods like hot dogs, popcorn, nachos, pretzels and sodas for under $5.


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