BY MARY GRIFFITHS
Things have changed, and now that innovative cooking and flavor combinations are now more widespread, baseball stadiums have become a place where one can sit down and try an abundance of delicious food. Although staples like hot dogs, nachos, and peanuts still make up about two-thirds of food sales, the menu has matured under Executive Chef Jerry Infantino to include Nash~chos, BBQ rubbed & mesquite-smoked baby back ribs,12 hour in-house mesquite smoked pulled pork sandwich, and hot chicken tenders to name a few.
Eating some delicious nachos is the perfect way to top off your baseball experience. At First Tennessee Ballpark, the Sounds kitchen pumps out delicious Nash~chos. The house fried potato chips are topped with smoked prime rib, caramelized onion, white queso, roma tomato & pickled red jalapeno! ! The nachos can be bought throughout the entire Sounds season.
The Band Box in right field features several entertainment options including ping pong, cornhole, foosball and shuffleboard, with the baseball field serving as the primary backdrop. With a laid back atmosphere, this outdoor bar and restaurant at First Tennessee Park is ideal for socializing with your friends or colleagues, while taking in a game. The frozen whiskey and coke icee’s are just the thing for cooling off when watching a day game in the middle of the summer.
The Band Box is a Strategic Hospitality/Centerplate joint venture, featuring a unique menu that can only be found in right field.
First Tennessee Park is known as a great summer location to have affordable, family, fun. Nashville’s Ballpark is THE TOP baseball destination for unique and famous food options that can’t be found anywhere else!