MILWAUKEE -- The Milwaukee Brewers today announced that a new restaurant will be introduced at Miller Park next year. The Restaurant To Be Named Later will take over the location in the left-field corner currently occupied by Friday’s Front Row Sports Grill.
The announcement was made today through a lighthearted video featuring Brewers legend, Bob Uecker. Tasked by Brewers President of Business Operations Rick Schlesinger with naming the new restaurant, Uecker ultimately turns to Brewers President of Baseball Operations and General Manager David Stearns for assistance. With Stearns offering a tip often used in baseball transactions, Uecker ultimately lands on the name -- the Restaurant To Be Named Later.
Watch and download the video here.
The Restaurant To Be Named Later will be operated by Delaware North Sportservice. The menu will celebrate a myriad of Wisconsin favorites, with twists on classic food and beverage offerings. The space will also be refreshed with updated décor.
“We are always looking to enhance the complete fan experience at Miller Park, and we place the highest priority on developing creative food and beverage concepts to fit all tastes,” Schlesinger said. “We are excited about the work we are doing with Delaware North to make this an inviting venue.”
Friday’s Front Row Sports Grill will remain in operation in the Hot Corner entrance at Miller Park until early December before the space is closed for the conversion to the Restaurant To Be Named Later. It will reopen in mid-January.
Like its predecessor, the Restaurant To Be Named Later will be open throughout the year and will include options for game ticket packages.