The resident ball club is still in search of its first pennant, but Citi Field is a home run with Mets fans.
The Ebbets Field-style brick and Jackie Robinson Rotunda are a nice change of pace from the bright blue walls of Shea Stadium. All of the seats have great leg room and a fantastic view of the field – no more nosebleeds and binoculars. But it’s no secret, the big hit at Citi Field since it opened in 2009 is the food.
And when Major League Baseball brings their 84th annual All-Star Game to Citi Field next month, the Mets and team caterer Aramark want to share the new flavors of baseball with fans from all 29 other teams.
“We’re going to have a lot of out-of-towners. We’re really showcasing nationwide,” Executive Chef Robert Flowers said.
Flowers was on hand Wednesday with other officials to unveil the official All-Star menu to press at the Caesars Club.
Many of the tried and true favorites of the center field food court and vendors littering the concourse will appear on July 16...