New restaurants and WiFi part of 2015 Miller Park upgrades

Special to The Freeman

Feb. 10, 2015

Smoke Shack, a slow-smoked barbeque restaurant, will bring a selection of its menu to Miller Park, offering a variety of regional sauces to accompany its dry-rubbed barbeque. Smoke Shack will be located next to AJ Bombers, which was new to Miller Park last season.  
Photo courtesy of Miller Park

MILWAUKEE — Several upgrades planned for Miller Park this year were announced, including the addition of local food vendors Smoke Shack and Holey Moley, as well as a Season Seat Holder Headquarters, a Loge Level Ticket and Guest Relations Kiosk and WiFi connectivity throughout the ballpark. These projects are in addition to the Selig Experience, a multimedia presentation that tells the story of former Commissioner Allan H. (Bud) Selig’s role in saving Major League Baseball in Milwaukee, which was announced in December.

“Each year we look to bring new amenities to Miller Park to enhance the overall ballpark experience,” said Brewers Chief Operating Officer Rick Schlesinger in a statement. “We are excited to introduce new and unique dining options this year, along with a designated headquarters for season seat holders, improved connectivity and additional attractions for our fans. Combining these additions with the new Selig Experience, we are confident that the fan experience at Miller Park will continue to be among the best in all of sports.”

Smoke Shack, a slow-smoked barbeque restaurant, will bring a selection of its menu to Miller Park, offering a variety of regional sauces to accompany its dry-rubbed barbeque. Smoke Shack will be located next to AJ Bombers, which was new to Miller Park last season.

Holey Moley coffee and doughnuts offers a variety of craft doughnuts including cake, yeast raised, filled, fritters and more. A secret new specialty doughnut sandwich and Brewers-themed doughnuts will debut at the Miller Park location, according to the announcement.

Located on the Field Level concourse along the first-base side, the Season Seat Holder Headquarters project involves the creation of a new 350-square-foot meeting area. The Brewers ticket office will be opening up a Loge Level Ticket and Guest Relations Kiosk during all home games for the 2015 season and beyond. The kiosk will be located on the Loge Level behind sections 221-222.

Also new for 2015 will be several food options created by Miller Park’s concessionaire, Delaware North, including bacon on a stick, Italian rope sausage, street tacos and loaded tater tots. The company will also create Bratchos, a combination of Klement’s sausages, kettle chips, cheese, fried sauerkraut, jalapenos and sour cream served in Klement’s Racing Sausage bucket, according to the announcement.