New And Returning Eats At Target Field

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Banana Cream Pie
A must for any sweet tooth you can find the Banana Cream Pie complete with banana slice at Hrbek's.
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French Fries
Served in a cone-shaped basket, you can find these traditional salty treats at Hrbek's.
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Walleye Sliders
Looking for a smaller bite of fish fare? Check out the new Walleye Sliders at Hrbek's, located near Gate 14 behind home plate.
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Grilled Chicken Cesar Salad
Another option at Hrbek's for those handy with a fork is a Grilled Chicken Cesar Salad with crunchy Parmesan garnishes.
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Hrbek's Taco Salad
Also at Hrbek's, enjoy a huge Taco Salad with fresh ingredients and topped with Chipotle Buttermilk Ranch Dressing.
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Ball Park Chili
For those looking to warm up during a cold game (cause it's still cold in Minnesota in the spring), served in a sourdough bread bowl take a spoon-full of Ball Park Chili.
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Hrbek's Food
The spread of food available at Hrbek's includes chili, burgers, walleye sliders, french fries, salads and even dessert. Hrbek's is open to all ticketholders.
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Wild Rice Brats
Teaming with the Food Network, Target Field now has even more brat options for fans. This particular one is a wild rice bratwurst with pickled red cabbage and beer mustard.
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Smoked Brats
Another new addition from the Food Network is a smoked bratwurst with horseradish cream.
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Kramarczuk's Sausage
The highly-popular Kramarczuk's is back with both their Polish and Hungarian sausages.
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Kosher Grilling
Target Field will now offer a Kosher option for fans with the Hebrew National Hot Dog. The preparation of the hot dogs will be supervised by a Rabbi Sunday through Thursday.
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Kosher Dogs
All food items sold at the Kosher Dog stand, including the hot dogs, bread, condiments and soft drinks, will meet kosher standards.
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Turkey To Go
A Minnesota State Fair favorite is making its way to Target Field -- Turkey To Go. Marinated overnight and served fresh on a bun, this turkey is mouth-watering.
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Ken Davis Sauce
The Turkey To Go is served with Ken Davis BBQ Sauce -- a Minneapolis staple since the late 1960s.
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Kramarczuk's Grilling
Grilled with peppers and onions, Kramarczuk's sausages will continue to be a popular item at Target Field.
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Tony Oliva's Cuban
Named after the legendary Twin Tony Oliva, Tony O's Cuban Sandwich is back and can be found at portable stands throughout the stadium.
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Food Network Options
Two Kramarczuk's brats were created specially for Target Field by the Food Network.
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Walk-A-Taco
From the St. Paul restaurant El Burrito Mercado, the Walk-A-Taco gives you the deliciousness of a taco in a cone for easier eating.
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Walk-A-Taco
The tortilla-based cone is stuffed with taco ingredients that are mixed before they're put in the cone. You can find Walk-A-Taco at any of the Senor Smoke's locations.
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Minneapple Pie
Making apple pie portable, the Atsidakos family of Rogers, Minn. brought the Minneapple Pie concept to the Twins and they "ate it up." You can find this sweet treat at the State Fair Classics stand and for a little bit more, add a scoop of Blue Bunny Ice Cream.
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State Fair Ribs
Another State Fair classic -- fall-off-the-bone ribs.
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Walleye-On-A-Stick
Need a fish fix? Grab a stick with a huge fillet of walleye on the end. Or just call it Walleye-On-A-Stick.
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Rex Burger
Hrbek's version of a Juicy Lucy -- the Rex Burger.
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Pork Chops
More food on a stick found at the State Fair stands -- Pork Chop-On-A-Stick.
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Killebrew Root Beer Float
Named after Hall-Of-Famer Harmon Killebrew, the root beer in this float tastes great when served without the ice cream. But why not make it a float, right?
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Curve Ball Hummus
Healthy at the ballpark? Is it possible? In the Town Ball Tavern you can find Curve Ball Hummus served with fresh veggies.
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Fresh Veggies
I'm sure you're wondering what those colorful objects are... but you can find healthy food at Target Field, including fresh veggies served with Hummus at Town Ball Tavern.
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Walleye Wrap
The South Paw Walleye Wrap is strips of battered walleye served with other fixings and wrapped in a sun dried tomato tortilla.
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Vincent Burger
The famous Vincent Burger served with smoked gouda cheese inside will be back this season.
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Town Ball Tavern
If you've got the premium seats and are looking for a variety of food options, check out Town Ball Tavern.
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Chicken Wings
Spicy, Buffalo-style chicken wings called Tourney Time Jumbo Chicken Wings served with blue cheese dressing and celery.
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Wild Rice Brats
Wild Rice Brats from the Food Network.
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Kramarczuk's Stand
Because of the popularity of Kramarczuk's sausages, they added a portable stand last season.
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Chicken Wrap
Another Town Ball Tavern specialty -- Southwest Chicken Wrap.
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Caribou Coffee
Caribou Coffee will return as the official coffee for Target Field and the Minnesota Twins.
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Twins Burger
Vincent Burgers served with a bit of Minnesota Twins flair.
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One Comment

  1. Meagan says:

    is it really that hard to make a few veg options in our FAT, heart un-healthy day and age? I mean really. It is possible to be veg and like sports

    1. Phil says:

      You can have the lettuce and celery from my burger and hot wings.

    2. Look Again! says:

      Obviously, you didn’t look at all of the photos. Two of them included vegie dishes.

    3. Louis says:

      Target Field has Vegetarian and Gluton Free Concessions at the field already. Here’s the link to the page listing the varieties:
      http://minnesota.twins.mlb.com/min/ballpark/taste_of_twins_territory/special_concessions.jsp

      1. Max says:

        Thanks for posting the link Louis. Much appreciated.

    4. Jenny says:

      There are healthy options. You just need to look for them. Plus if your going to a night game just eat before you go becuase it’s not healthy to eat late at night anyways. It’s really that simple.

      1. geo says:

        or you could skip the game altogether and do something productive, improve your community, etc. rather than support fat-cat sports owners and players who pay no taxes.

        1. Edward Madison says:

          HI GEO! sure is nice to see someone else that see this pratice, so digusting, I also believe in the fact that the wrong thig is going on in our wonderful state!

          That si all its about, for the fat cats to fill thier pockets even fuller!
          Where is the governer on this, he is worries about the defist, why in hell don’t get of his behinder and go tax those guilty of filling thier pockets and not supporting the state THEY LIVE in, oh yea some of those fat cats don’t live in Minnesota, they haul that money off to some other place and Minnesota is left holding an empty bag!

    5. we says:

      WA WA WA CRY BABY ! GO EAT SOME TOFU!!!!

  2. StevevO says:

    Can i say the “wild rice and Brats” is a copy of Hmong food… Just saying…….

  3. Tiff says:

    People don’t really go to ball games for healthy eating. Its sorta like the state fair… but with baseball. I would assume most people try to eat healthier meals than this most of the time.

    Gotta live a little!

    1. ge says:

      No – have you people watched at the mall lately. 90% of the state are way way too fat

      1. Mike says:

        The Twin Cities area is ranked one of the healthiest metros in all of the United States, not sure what you’re talking about.

  4. Lewis says:

    I might have to go just to eat.

  5. BeefEater says:

    No Vagitarians allowed!! They Whine Too Much!! Eat some peanuts & sit down & stop crying!!

    1. geo2 says:

      I would sit down but I can’t watch the game because your fat arse is in my way!

  6. phb says:

    Going to game on sat. 4/23 and would like to have brunch before noon game near Target field. Any ideas?

  7. justin says:

    Can a brother get a hot dog?

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