With the Atlanta Braves about to embark on their final Spring Training season at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, a new lineup of specialty food and beverages will make their debut at Champion Stadium starting next week.
Guests will find a variety of treats during the Spring Training games. Alongside ballpark favorites like Hot Dogs, Pulled Pork Sandwiches and Potato Barrels, new additions include the Thai Curry Rice Bowl and Southern Fried Chicken Sandwich. Also new for this year is a Specialty Tent that offers a rotating menu of Hometown food options, comprised of unique concessions from the visiting teams.
Knock your day out of the park with a selection of local and domestic brews and cocktails on tap throughout the stadium. This season’s lineup of brews features a slew of craft beers, including the Braves’ fan-favorite Chopsecutioner from Terrapin Beer Co. in Athens, Ga. New for this year are Tailgate Beers with 12 oz. pours for $5, featuring a rotating guest tap of beers from the visiting team’s hometown (while supplies last).
Guests can add some extra magic to their Spring Training experience with the all-new ESPN Wide World of Sports Shop & Dine Card. When guests purchase the card, they’ll receive a pre-loaded $60 digital gift card via email for only $50. The card will include a bar code that can be added to your digital wallet and scanned at most food and beverage and merchandise locations throughout the complex.
Individual game tickets for the Atlanta Braves’ Spring Training season are on sale now and can be purchased by calling (407) 939-GAME, by visiting Ticketmaster.com, or in person at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex Box Office.
For more information on tickets for single games and season tickets, visit ESPNWWOS.com.