New foods on deck at Target Field

New foods on deck at Target Field

There are 6 comments on the TwinCities story from Apr 3, 2012, titled New foods on deck at Target Field. In it, TwinCities reports that:

The Minnesota Twins are bringing Iron Range meatballs, fried pickle chips and a baked potato bar, among other new food offerings, to Target Field for 2012.

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think twice

Minneapolis, MN

#1 Apr 4, 2012
way over priced venue from ticket price - to food - to parking, save your money eat @ home and watch them lose on tv.
Mets Fan Forever

Indianapolis, IN

#2 Apr 4, 2012
Iron Range Meatballs? That sounds like the name of a new alt-rock group. LOL. I remember when I first started going to Shea Stadium in the 1970's; they had just hot dogs, peanuts, beer and soft drinks; Now at Citi Field: They have Shake Shack (lines are too long though), the very delicious BBQ Kansas City ribs from Blue Smoke, gluten free food, pizza, one place that just sells Fries, Vegetarian stuff for the Lisa Simpsons of the world etc.......
food who cares

Minneapolis, MN

#4 Apr 10, 2012
think twice wrote:
way over priced venue from ticket price - to food - to parking, save your money eat @ home and watch them lose on tv.
the team is the reason for the event / sport, they are just working to fleece all of the poor minnesota twins fans into spending more and more and more to watch them lose, not a full house last night it will only get worse. just watch, if you can stomach it.
food - this is baseball

Minneapolis, MN

#5 Apr 11, 2012
think twice wrote:
way over priced venue from ticket price - to food - to parking, save your money eat @ home and watch them lose on tv.
already out of the race -
Done put a fork in them

Minneapolis, MN

#6 Apr 15, 2012
food - this is baseball wrote:
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already out of the race -
Went to two games over the weekend - people were leaving after the fifth inning - many open seats, things have changed, selling my tickets ASAP things are going the wrong direction for this organization,
great tip

Minneapolis, MN

#7 Jul 16, 2012
we always bring in our own food, we drink water that we bring in never, never, never pay for the $$$ over priced junk they push @ games.

just stop @ the store and stok up on the way to the train, no parking !

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think twice wrote:
way over priced venue from ticket price - to food - to parking, save your money eat @ home and watch them lose on tv.

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