Cleveland Indians announce new food and beverage offerings for 2014 at Progressive Field

Fans

Terrace Club now completely open to the public; reservations available through OpenTable

Great Lakes Brewing Co., Sam Adams, New Belgium Brewing Company, Bob Evans will have presence in ballpark

KeyBank Kids Value Tickets offer families more affordable option; tickets come with loaded value for use on concessions and merchandise

The Cleveland Indians announced exciting new additions to the food and beverage lineup at Progressive Field for the 2014 season.

The Terrace Club will be open to the general public for the first time in 2014, with fans able to make reservations beginning on March 31. Reservations will be available through OpenTable.com or the Open Table mobile app, or by calling 216-420-4700 on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10AM-4PM.

The Indians have new in-park partnerships with Ohio City-based brewery Great Lakes Brewing Co., The New Belgium Brewing Company (makers of Fat Tire and the nation’s No. 3 craft brewer), and Sam Adams Brewing Company. Each company’s beers will be featured on carts outside Section 150 on the Progressive Field concourse, behind home plate.

Also new are Bob Evans sausage bars at sections 115 and 157. The bars will feature Bob Evans grilled sausages with your choice of toppings and served with a side of chips. Cleveland-based Pierre’s Ice Cream will bring its “Fresh” soft serve concept to seven concession locations (sections 107, 121, 138, 152, 158, 181 and 550).

Families will be able to enjoy concessions more affordably with the newly announced KeyBank Kids Value Tickets.

KeyBank Kids Value Tickets give kids $15 loaded value for use on concessions (excluding alcohol) or merchandise in the ballpark. Tickets must be purchased with a full-price adult ticket, and are limited to two kids tickets with each adult ticket. Tickets must be purchased online at least 48 hours in advance of game time, and are good for Mezzanine and Upper Box sections. More details are available at Indians.com/KidsValue.

Plus, the Indians 4-3-2-1 program returns for a second consecutive season. After listening to fan feedback regarding concessions prices, we reduced prices on many items for the 2013 season.

The 4-3-2-1 program features:

  • $4 12-ounce domestic (non-craft) can or draft beers
  • $3 hot dogs
  • $2 soda refills
  • $1 Sugardale hot dogs on 13 nights (see Indians.com/promos for full schedule)

4 Comments

That 4-3-2-1 deal is great. It cost $15 for a beer and a bag of nuts at the Blue Jays.

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I wish other organizations saw the way the Indians operate…our stadium constantly changes with the times..and, one of the few teams that actually listen and react to the fans comments…they are a first class organization and have always enjoyed each time I walk through the gates of progressvie field

Move the craft beer carts around the stadium! Not everyone sits near home plate. Or better yet, get more craft beer carts. Go Tribe!

Love the idea of the open to the public Terrace Club.

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