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Angel Stadium To See Food Upgrades This Season As Legends Takes Over Concessions
Published March 31, 2014
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CHANGES TO GENERAL CONCESSIONS: For general concessions, Legends converted a half-dozen old food stands into new concepts and introduced some new items to the mix this season, including short rib grilled cheese sandwiches, Carne asada waffle fries and a new Broken Bat beer stand in the upper deck. A smoker featured in the old Clyde Wright BBQ stand in right field has been moved to Gate 1 at field level, one of the park’s busiest entry points, Lippman said. Legends has branded its barbecue as Smoke Ring BBQ, offering ribs, chicken, beef brisket and sausage links. This season, the vendor also introduces Open Table, a popular mobile application consumers use to make dinner reservations at restaurants. Angels season-ticket holders can download the application on their smartphones to make reservations for the Diamond Club behind home plate, as well as the Knothole Club, a separate eatery on the club level by the right-field foul pole. The Knothole Club is open to all ticket holders after the first pitch, Lippman said.