SEATTLE — T-Mobile Park has expanded and updated its food and drink offerings just in time for the start of the baseball season.
When the Seattle Mariners host their home opener against the Houston Astros on April 15, fans will notice a new wine bar, The Chateau, hosted by Woodinville’s award-winning Chateau Ste. Michelle winery. The bar, located on the main level near Section 126, will offer up a trio of wines by bottle or glass, which patrons can enjoy at the bar or in their seats. Vendors at the park will also be selling Chateau Ste. Michelle’s Pinot Grigio and Rosé wines in aluminum bottles.
The ballpark’s food selections are also expanding this year, including the addition of Marination’s Hawaiian-Korean fusion offerings, fresh seafood bowls from Just Poké, and chef David Chang’s Fuku fried chicken spin-off restaurant. The park’s new executive chef, Javier Rosa, overhauled the menu at Edgar’s Cantina with new taco, quesadilla, tostada and nacho variations, and changed things up at Holy Smoke BBQ. Ethan Stowell lent a hand in updating the flavors at the park’s Terrace Club.
Plenty of local favorites are also returning for 2022, including Lil’ Woody’s, Kidd Valley, Ballard Pizza and Ivar’s.
Learn more about T-Mobile Park’s 2022 menu on the Mariners’ official website.
Source: Bellevue Patch