CLEVELAND, Ohio (CLE WEEKEND) - Twelve of Cleveland’s best restaurants can be found in one place, Progressive Field. The Right Field District and Infield District of Progressive Field have a dozen local restaurants from different Cleveland Neighborhoods.
Melt is serving up their famous grilled cheese in section 111. You can find a combination of Melt’s eclectic and classic menu, including the Chorizo and Potato, BBQ Pork, and the Kindergartener - your standard grilled cheese. - Section 111
Flavorful build-your-own tacos and creative cocktails can be found in Section 108. Barrio quickly became a Cleveland classic after starting in Tremont. - Section 108
Great Lakes Brewing Co.
Great Lakes Brewing Co., located in the Ohio City neighborhood, takes pride in celebrating the abundance of the Great Lakes region in every beer and dish they share! Great Lakes Brewing Co. serves classic pub grub and refreshing craft beers. Great Lakes Brewing Co. is also featured in the beer garden, located in the Infield District! Great Lakes Brewing Co. is located near section 107 and the beer garden is located near section 164.
Dynomite Burger embodies dynamic and diverse dining experiences with menu options to suit every taste. At Dynomite Burger, you’ll find fresh, made-to-order burgers and sandwiches. - Section 113
Happy Dog, located in Cleveland’s Gordon Square Arts District, started as a neighborhood corner bar and has gained notoriety for its upbeat atmosphere and unique menu options. Entice your taste buds with menu options such as the ‘Dyngus Dog’ and ‘Slider Dog’ - a fresh grilled all beef hot dog topped with Froot Loops, pimento mac and cheese, and bacon. - Section 159
Ohio City Burrito
Ohio City Burrito brings Mexican flavor to the Ohio City neighborhood with a variety of favorites including burritos, burrito bowls, nachos and homemade guacamole and salsas. Ohio City Burrito is known for their perfectly rolled burritos, also known as a Silver Bullet - try one for yourself! - Section 159
Momocho is located in the heart of Cleveland’s Ohio City neighborhood and is known for house-made guacamoles, salsas, delicious tacos and unique margaritas. Momocho offers fans quesadillas along with a ballpark favorite - nachos with made to order tortilla chips topped with creamy queso fundido, slow cooked meats and unique salsas. - Section 149
Fat Head’s Brewery
Fat Head’s Brewery is famous for their Headwiches - sandwiches that are relatively close to the size of your head. The Fat Italian and The Southside Slopes, two of their top sellers, are featured at Progressive Field. The Southside Slopes is a chargrilled kielbasa topped with sautéed pierogi and onions, American cheese and horseradish sauce. - Section 158
Dante’s Inferno is inspired by owner/chef Dante Boccuzzi’s Italian roots. Dante’s Inferno is a craft pizza concept that features hand-crafted pizzas, including signature choices such as the restaurant’s Spaghetti and Meatball Pizza. - Section 149
The Brew Kettle
The Brew Kettle opened its doors in the fall of 1995 as Ohio’s First Brew-On-Premise Microbrewery and has since expanded into multiple locations, including The Brew Kettle Taproom and Smokehouse. The Brew Kettle offers some of their signature beers and their ‘Wisconsin Brat Burger’ - a seasoned pork burger smoked to perfection. - Section 160
Sweet Moses serves homemade ice cream and confections from behind an authentic Bastian-Blessings soda fountain at their Gordon Square Arts District shop. With an appreciation for the finest ingredients and classic recipes - Sweet Moses creates ice cream experiences the way they’re meant to be! - Section 110
As published on mlb.com as of 4/6/2022
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