Plus, a new addition from MOTO Pizza, the opening of a new Walk-Off Market, and an expanded Value Menu

SEATTLE, Wash. – The Seattle Mariners today announced new food and beverage offerings for the 2024 season, ahead of Opening Day on Thursday, March 28. Some of this year’s highlights include the addition of local Japanese restaurant Tamari Bar, a hearty new sandwich featuring two uniquely different player-inspired halves, a new ice cream flavor from Salt & Straw that’s exclusive to T-Mobile Park, and the opening of the ballpark’s third Walk-Off Market. Developed with Mariners longtime hospitality partner Sodexo Live!, the local partnerships, combined with delectable in-house dishes from Executive Chef Javier Rosa, come together to create an exemplary taste of the Pacific Northwest that further solidifies T-Mobile Park as one of the top dining experiences in baseball.  

“Coming off an especially busy year at T-Mobile Park in 2023, we took the offseason to reflect on what did particularly well, and what new items we think fans would be excited about to build on that electric momentum and further evolve the best-in-class hospitality experience here,” said Sodexo Live! District Manager Meagan Murray. “Each year, we aim to grow our offerings in unique and creative ways, while still providing that authentic Mariners gameday experience with reimagined takes on our classics, like the new Ultimate Seattle Dog, and additions to our popular Value Menu. We can’t wait for fans to dig into this new lineup!”

New Food Offerings at T-Mobile Park

Tamari Bar
Founded in Seattle in 2014, Tamari Bar disseminates Japanese culture, food and people through its authentic dining experience, which fans can enjoy in section 133. Featured dishes include Area 206 Curry Rice (Area 206 curry sauce, rice, dried seaweed Japanese pickles, and house made “Ra-Yu” chili oil), Katsu Curry Rice (Area 206 curry sauce, fried pork cutlet, vegetable katsu sauce, sesame seeds), Curry Donuts Dip (Area 206 curry sauce, house made “Ra-Yu” chili oil, fried donut sticks and dried seaweed) and Fresh Ginger Ale (ginger, “Yuzu” Japanese citrus, honey, cinnamon, peppercorn and soda water). 

The Walk-Off Market
A third Walk-Off Market in section 105 joins the existing Walk-Off Market locations in section 126 and 141, plus the Walk-Off Brew locations in sections 186 and 341, perfectly blending speed of service with quality dishes and drinks for on-the-go fans. New highlights this year include:

  • The Double MitchWich (sect. 105, 126, 141): Two halves of a whole, this sandwich brings together different inspirations from your favorite Mariners named Mitch, using flavors influenced by their hometowns as the foundation for each half. The Mitch Garver side features marinated pulled pork, sliced black forest ham, Swiss cheese, dijonnaise, and sliced pickles on Cuban bread, while the Mitch Haniger side includes grilled chicken breast, marinated tomatoes, crispy bacon, a fried avocado wedge, and Havarti cheese served on a flatbread. Sodexo Live! Executive Chef Javier Rosa worked in collaboration with both players to test a few iterations of each half until they found a winning combo. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Seattle Children’s Hospital.
  • Meatball Sub (sect. 105, 126, 141): Hearty meatballs, marinara sauce, shredded mozzarella on fresh tavern bread. 
  • Shrimp Cocktail (sect. 105, 126, 141): Six pieces of fresh Pacific Northwest shrimp with cocktail sauce.  

At Walk-Off Brews, fans aged 21+ can responsibly order a wide variety of alcoholic beverages, including value beer options, new craft options from Sierra Nevada and pFriem Brewing, as well as grab-and-go snacks and non-alcoholic drinks.

Salt & Straw
Salt and Straw will bring two new flavors of their handmade ice cream featuring local ingredients to the ballpark, including T-Mobile Park special Wild-Forged Berry Slab Pie (wild berries forged from the slopes of Mt. Baker in Washington, simmered into an ooey-gooey filling and slathered across crispy bits of double-based pie crust in a salted vanilla ice cream), and vegan Strawberry Coconut Water Sherbet

Located in the T-Mobile ‘Pen, Marination is back with new dishes like Tofu Tots (crispy fried tofu, adobo seasoning, cilantro, scallions, and jalapeno ranch dip), Tater Tots (tater tots sprinkled with a special blend of seasonings), Frosé Slushies – a T-Mobile Park first – and a non-alcoholic pineapple coconut slushie option.

MOTO Pizza
After a wildly successful first year bringing its self-described “Odd Pizza” to T-Mobile Park, Seattle-based MOTO Pizza is adding its popular Crab Pizza (fresh Dungeness crab, splash of warm butter, dill, thyme, and parmesan finished with a “liquid sunshine” mix of fresh squeezed lemon and herbs on a century-old sourdough starter) to the menu this year. Fans who visited the ballpark during last year’s special events may have had a chance to enjoy the unique dish, but now guests can indulge all season long in section 312. Returning flavors include Mr. Pig, Root Pizza, Kissd and Pepperoni

Holy Smoke BBQ
Chef Javier and team are bringing reinvigorated BBQ dishes smoked right inside the ballpark to fans all season long. New highlights include the BBQ Pork Belly Sliders (two house smoked pork bell sliders tossed in signature BBQ sauce and topped with a jalapeno slaw and butter dill pickles) and House Smoked Pork Ribs (on-site smoked pork ribs served with signature BBQ sauce) – both are also available at the Walk-Off Market in section 105. Plus, the Holy Moly Loaded Potato will return to section 313. 

Edgar’s Cantina
Hailing from Puerto Rico, Sodexo Live! Executive Chef Javier ups the Northwest Latin flare in new dishes at Edgar’s Cantina, including Birria Torta (slow cooked birria, spicy pico de gallo, mama mia peppers, diced jalapeno, cilantro crema, asadero cheese and torta bread), Shrimp Quesadilla (two folded quesadillas stuffed with Pacific Northwest Shrimp, chihuahua cheeses, roasted peppers and onions, cilantro and a side of chipotle crema), Tacos del Barrio (three white corn tortilla tacos with choice of chicken tinga, barbacoa pulled pork or birria topped with fresh diced onions, cilantro, and radishes), and Mini Chimichangas (poblano shredded chicken, asadero cheese, flour tortilla and a side of cilantro cream). 

Ballard Pizza
Celebrated local Chef Ethan Stowell’s Ballard Pizza returns to the T-Mobile ‘Pen, Terrace Club (section 241) and adds a new location in Section 132. New this season includes the King Pizza (mini rigatoni pasta, marjoram, chili flakes, tomato, mozzarella, pecorino and parmesan) and the return of How to Wolf a Cookie – a play on words from one of his first restaurants, How to Cook a Wolf, featuring Valrhona chocolate, dried cherries, pistachios, and maldon sea salt. 

🐔🐔💥 (Chick Chick Boom)
This playful all emoji food stand in section 106 (🐔🐔💥) is back with a new Chick Chick Boom sandwich (crispy chicken cutlet, dill pickles, and Boom Boom sauce on a fresh brioche bun). 

Hempler’s Sausage 
Two hearty new dishes can be found at Hempler’s Sausage carts, including the Ultimate Seattle Dog (footlong frank loaded with cream cheese, caramelized onions, bacon and jalapenos on a freshly baked roll) – a reimagined take on the classic – at sections 132, 142 and 329, and the Smokin’ Hot Cheddar Bratwurst (smokin’ hot bratwurst with jalapeno and a kick of cayenne) at sections 132, 136 and 142.  

Mister Softee
Classic ice cream options can be found this season in sections 106, 118, 185, 214, 329 and 340, including vanilla, chocolate, and swirl soft serve, as well as milkshakes available in chocolate swirl, strawberry, peach twist, classic cherry, blue raspberry, and caramel.

Value Menu 
With a continued focus on providing something great and accessible for every fan, the ever-popular Value Menu returns throughout the ballpark in 2024 with new items like the 10-inch churro, Sweet Street’s Chewy Marshmallow Bar and their Sandy’s Amazing Chocolate Chunk Cookie, plus Van Holten’s Big Papa Jumbo Pickle. The menu will also continue to offer popular options from last year such as popcorn, Hempler’s hotdogs, nachos, ice cream sandwiches, Coca-Cola fountain soft drinks, and more. 

Value Beers 
The Value Beers program continues with various local and national brands offered. 10 beers varieties, including products from Molson Coors, will be available at various locations around the ballpark priced at $4.50 and $5.50, and $6.50 for premium cans. Plus, new Browne Family Vineyards wines from Columbia Valley, Washington join the list of beverage offerings, including their Merlot, Red Blend, Chardonnay, and Pinot Noir. 

Additional Beverages
Coca-Cola products return as the “Official Fan Refreshment” of the Seattle Mariners with a re-imagined Coca Cola Fan Deck, which will offer a brand-new Coca Cola Spiced beverage. 

Corona will continue this season as the ‘Official Cerveza’ of the Seattle Mariners, carrying Corona, Corona Seltzers, Modelo, refreshed Micheladas, and all new Agua Frescas at T-Mobile Park’s very own Corona Beach Bar. 

The entire roster of best-in-class T-Mobile Park beers is available via the Beer Finder, available via the MLB Ballpark app, which can be downloaded from any mobile app store.

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