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Experience a dinner like never before at Progressive Field on Friday, September 7th during “Dinner on the Diamond.” Foodies and Tribe fans alike will be delighted by an evening beginning with hors d’oeuvres and cocktails in the dugout, followed by a three-course dinner on the warning track of Progressive Field.
The night doesn’t end with dinner. “There are several other bonuses to the night,” explains Leslie Gusching, Indians Hosted Events Coordinator. “Each table receives a complementary bottle of wine; and a baseball, so they can play catch on the field throughout the night. We’ll also broadcast the away game against the Minnesota Twins on the scoreboard.”
Enjoy the night will those most important to you or make new connections.
“It’s a chance for fans to celebrate a special occasion or just a dinner with friends and family,” says Gusching. “Some people see it as an option to entertain clients literally down on the field of Progressive Field.”
Whether you’re interested in a fine dining experience in a unique atmosphere or simply a die-hard fan looking to enjoy a different perspective of Progressive Field with friends or family, “Dinner on the Diamond” caters to all fans’ interests.
For more details and a full menu, visit indians.com/hostedevents. Tickets for the event can be purchased online or at any Indians Team Shop.
The Indians were featured in ESPN’s Cafe Bistro yesterday (May 24). Several ballpark favorites from Progressive Field were available for ESPN employees to sample.
All teams are recognized alphabetically from April 12 (Arizona) through October 11 (Washington).
The Buffalo Mac and Cheese and the Cleveland Bomber were just some of the food items that were featured. You can see the full menu below.
A 2012 Indians yearbook, an Indians “What If?” banner, an autographed photo by OF Michael Brantley and a Crème #19 Bob Feller Flannel Jersey were some of things used to decorate the lunch room while the Progressive Field ballpark fare was on display.
Here are some photos from the Indians day at ESPN’s Cafe Bistro: