Twins baseball is back and once again, there’s no reason to settle on a mediocre hot dog or light beer. At Target Field there are plenty of world class beer and food options. Whether looking for local brews, hamburgers commingling with pork belly, or tofu vindaloo, there is plenty to enjoy at Target Field.
Bat & Barrel Bar on the club level, that’s open to the public for bites from Red Rabbit, It’s Greek to Me and Baja Haus while sipping a beer or a cocktail or glass of frosé.
Barrio is just inside gate six is the fancy taco spot with mezcal cocktails.
Minnie & Paul’s is located under the center field celebration sign and has food from Pizza Luce and Red Cow.
Drafts at 34 is a beer stand conveniently located right next to the entrance with a slew of Minnesota beers like Bent Paddle, Fulton and Summit.
2 Gingers is a bar selling lots of cocktails made with the whiskey, likely some ginger ale and other bar standards located behind home plate.
Town Ball Tavern in Section 229.
Goose Island Pub at Club Level near the left field foul pole.
Budweiser Roof Deck, where and what is all in the name.
Hrbeks in Section 114
A step above the average hotdog, these locally made sausages are better. Choose from a brat, Polish or a cheese-filled brat (watch out, they squirt.) [Section 112, 117, and 312, Delta SKY 360, Legends Club]
The soul food pop-up is on site selling customizable bowls with mix and match offerings like jerk chicken, collard greens, rice, mac and cheese, and more. [Section 120]
The 60/40 burger (that’s a burger with bacon ground into the patty with cheese and more bacon on top) is one of the most popular menu items at the three restaurant locations and it tastes even better at the ballgame. [Section 126]
Roots for the Home Team
Soups and salads made from vegetables grown by inner city kids in Minneapolis who then partner with area chefs to build flavor packed, hearty salads. [Gate 34 (weekends only)]
This year check out Gate 34, a new stand area near the entrance that will promote small local businesses. Rotating vendors include Spinning Wylde, the fantastic gourmet cotton candy, Smack Shack’s lobster rolls and a shop selling Adam Turman gear.
* indicates special Eater recommendations
Dippin Dots and Hot Beverages, Sections 108, 117: Selling liquid nitrogen flash-frozen Dippin Dots, along with cotton candy, coffee and hot chocolate available seasonally.
Espresso/Bakery, Sections 119, 141: Serving hot espresso alongside various baked goods, such as brownies and carrot cake.
Smoothies, Section 140: Fresh made smoothies.
*Izzy’s Ice Cream, Section 114: locally made ice cream with creative flavors.
Gelato, Section 101: Talenti Italian gelato.
TC Kid’s Meals, Sections 124, 211, 311: Get a dog, applesauce or chips and a beverage for the kids
Halsey’s Sausage House, Sections 105, 120: Named for Minnesota sportscaster Halsey Hall, items found here include the Schweigert’s Big Dog, jumbo pretzels, peanuts, sunflower seeds, assorted candy, SuperMom’s Mini Donuts, chili, and Lund’s/Byerly’s wild rice soup.
Hennepin Grille, Section 109: The six Hennepin Grille stands at Target Field feature favorite grilled items, classic baseball fare, and assorted beverages. Items include Schweigert’s hot dogs, Sheboygan bratwurst, burgers, sandwiches, chicken tenders, French fries, cheese curds, jumbo pretzels, assorted candy, peanuts, sunflower seeds, and assorted beverages including Killebrew Root Beer, named for Hall of Fame legend Harmon Killebrew.
Hrbek’s Restaurant, Section 114: Hrbek’s Restaurant is one of two sit-down options at Target Field. Located in the home plate area of the main concourse, Hrbek’s serves up a wide varied of soups, salads, sandwiches, desserts, and a full bar.
*Kramarczuk’s, Sections 112, 117: Brats and sausages located on the main concourse.
*Mill City Grill, Sections 104, 118: The six Mill City Grill stands at Target Field feature favorite grilled items plus a few local signature items, including Murray’s Steak Sandwich made with choice sirloin steak and provolone cheese, served on a fresh ciabatta roll from Franklin Street Bakery in Minneapolis. Also available: burgers, hot dogs, french fries, garlic fries, peanuts, kettle chips, sunflower seeds, and Australian Licorice.
Margaritas, Sections 104, 118: Captain Morgan cola cocktails and Jose Cuervo margaritas.
Minnesota Brews, Section 116, 125: Featuring beers from Summit (EPA and Maibock), Grainbelt (Premium and Nordeast), Schell’s, Finnigans, Leinenkugels (Original, Summer Shandy, and Honeyweiss), and Lift Bridge Beer Company (Farm Girl Saison).
Herbivorous Butcher: Vegan brats and burgers Section 129
Nachos, Sections 103, 110, 122, 129: They sell...nachos. Get them in regular, grande, or grande souvenir along with and assorted beverages.
North Shore Creamery, Sections: 109, 118, 131: Soft-serve ice cream in a waffle cone, kiddie cone, or miniature Twins souvenir helmet.
Pretzel/Popcorn, Section 107: Popcorn, pretzels with cheese, peanuts, and assorted beverages.
Barrio, Sections 105, 305: chef-y tacos and burritos
*State Fair Classics, Section 133: Paying tribute to food featured at the Minnesota State Fair, this stand features classics like cheese curds, BBQ pulled pork sandwich, corn dog, french fries, deep fried pickle chips, pork chop on a stick, Minneapple pie, and back for the second year, Mac’s Fish & Chips.
Taste of Twins Territory, Sections: 114, 124, 126, 131: The multiple Taste of Twins Territory stands at Target Field feature the best of traditional ballpark fare, Schweigert’s hot dogs, veggie dogs, Sheboygan bratwursts, cheese curds, jumbo pretzels, ice cream novelties, assorted candy, peanuts, and Cracker Jack.
Tony O’s Cuban Sandwiches, Section 111: With melted swiss cheese, ham, roasted pork, and thinly sliced pickles on toasted bread, Tony Oliva’s Cuban sandwich has been a flagship item since the stadium opened in 2010.
*Turkey To Go, Section 113: A classic from the Minnesota Turkey Growers Association’s Turkey to Go offers up the Giant Juicy Turkey Sandwich. Don’t forget to top the slow roasted pulled turkey sandwich with Ken Davis BBQ sauce.
Twins Pub, Section 141: Centrally located on the plaza, the Twins Pub serves an array of beer, wine, and cocktails. Fulton is pouring its IPA, Sweet Child O’ Vine, on tap and Surly is once again serving its Furious on tap and will have Bender and Hell available in cans.
Metropolitan Club Bar & Restaurant: The Metropolitan Club offers season ticket holders and their guests the opportunity to enjoy pre-game dining and drinks with a focus on small plates.
Delta SKY 360Â° Legends Club: The limited-access club behind home plate serves food items from Mill City Grill, Hennepin Grille, and Frankie V’s, and also houses the North Loop Deli. Enjoying the game from a suite? You now have the option to order your beer in a souvenir Twins growler.
Townball Tavern: This sit-down restaurant is open to the public, located in the left field corner area of the Club Concourse, between Section V and Section 229. The Tavern serves up soups, salads, appetizers, sandwiches, burgers (including the Vincent Burger, an Angus beef burger stuffed with braised short rib and smoked Gouda cheese from Minneapolis’s very own Vincent Restaurant), desserts, and a full bar which includes Fulton Brewery’s Sweet Child O’ Vine IPA on tap.
Gelato, Section 302: Talenti Italian gelato.
Halsey’s Sausage House, Section 323: Big Dog, Italian sausage, Polish sausage, jumbo pretzels, peanuts, sunflower seeds, assorted candy, SuperMom’s Mini Donuts, Loon Cafe’s chili, and Lund’s/Byerly’s wild rice soup.
Hennepin Grille, Sections 227, 232, 305, 311: Schweigert’s hot dogs, beer steamed bratwursts, burgers, sandwiches, chicken tenders, french fries, cheese curds, jumbo pretzels, assorted candy, peanuts, sunflower seeds, and assorted beverages.
*Mill City Grill, Section 219: Murray’s Steak Sandwich, burgers, hot dogs, fries, peanuts, kettle chips, candy, and sunflower seeds.
*Minnesota Brews, Section 320: Summit (EPA and Maibock), Grainbelt (Premium and Nordeast), Schell’s, Finnegans, Leinenkugels (Original, Summer Shandy, and Honeyweiss), and Lift Bridge (Farm Girl Saison) found here.
North Shore Creamery, Sections 234, 305, 319: Soft-serve ice cream in a waffle cone, kiddie cone, or miniature Twins helmet.
Tony O’s Cuban Sandwiches, Section 309: With melted swiss cheese, ham, roasted pork, and thinly sliced pickles on toasted bread, Tony Oliva’s Cuban sandwich has been a flagship item since the stadium opened in 2010.
Taste of Twins Territory, Sections: 234, 237, 327: Buffalo chicken mac and cheese, Schweigert’s hot dogs, veggie dogs, bratwursts, cheese curds, jumbo pretzels, ice cream novelties, assorted candy, peanuts, and Cracker Jack.