Mariners & Centerplate team up to offer fans safe concessions experience at T-Mobile Park

Measures include health & safety protocols, cashless transactions, packaged menu items; Salt & Straw joins T-Mobile Park menu lineup this season

March 30th, 2021

The Seattle Mariners and hospitality partner Centerplate are introducing a comprehensive, systematic approach to safely serve fans the high quality, local flavors they’ve come to expect at T-Mobile Park.

“The health and safety of the fans and our employees is our top priority. Together with the Mariners and our global Sodexo network, we have developed a set of guidelines to keep our guests and our staff safe while still providing the first-class experience and local sourcing program of one of the best ballparks in baseball,” said Meagan Murray, Centerplate General Manager for T-Mobile Park.

New protocols include:

  • Daily health screenings for all employees;
  • PPE, including double masks;
  • Plexiglas protective barriers;
  • Frequent cleaning and sanitizing of all food service equipment;
  • Surfaces wiped down with sanitizer after every contact.

Prepackaged Items – Menu selections have been updated to focus on individually packaged items and Grab & Go options such as those available at the Pepsi Fan Deck and AM/PM, both located on the Main Level.

Cashless – All transactions are now 100% cashless. A newly installed point-of-sale system makes it quick, easy and safe to use debit, credit or mobile payments like Apple Pay and Google Pay at all concessions stands. Guests can also easily convert cash to prepaid debit cards at kiosks around the ballpark. Cards never expire and can be used at any location inside or outside T-Mobile Park that accepts debit or credit cards.

Mobile Ordering – Guests in Suites and the Diamond Club will order food and drink on their mobile devices using a new QR code system. Customers can receive text alerts on their order and delivery status. As the season progresses, mobile ordering may be expanded to other areas of the ballpark.

The Best Gets Better

This season, fans will find the same restaurant quality food with the local flavors they’ve come to expect, along with some new additions from Centerplate Executive Chef Taylor Park and expanded fan-friendly pricing for ballpark favorites.

Rolling Roof Rollback – Some of the most popular ballpark fare at fan-friendly prices. The special menu includes hot dogs, nachos, popcorn, peanuts, sodas, water and red ropes from $2-$4. Discount items are available at all Rolling Roof Refreshment Stands located throughout the ballpark.

Highlight Bite – Every Tuesday and Friday, fans can become acquainted with some of the most delicious and perhaps less well-known specialties with the new “Highlight Bite” program. Fans will have a chance to push their palate and save at check-out with a discount on that game’s Highlight Bite.

Value Beer Menu Expanded – The selection of specially priced 12oz beers is expanding to over 10 locations and 12 varieties. Fans can purchase select domestic beers for $5 and select local craft beers for $6.

New Favorites

Salt & Straw is joining the T-Mobile Park lineup this season with scoops of small batch, handmade ice cream made from the freshest local ingredients. Find Salt & Straw on the Main Level near Edgar’s Home Run Porch in left field. Look for a rotating selection of Salt & Straw’s signature creative local flavors including Creepy Crawly Critters: matcha ice cream with toffee-brittle mealworms, and in a nod to T-Mobile Park’s favorite toasted treat, chocolate covered grasshoppers.

Old Favorites

Fans will find their favorites at T-Mobile Park including Ivar’s and Kidd Valley, Caffé Vita coffee, Din Tai Fung and Paseo.

Hiroshi’s Sushi now features made-to-order poke bowls in addition to a selection of handmade sushi.

Added to The Natural’s vegetarian and gluten-free options this season is the Beyond Burger plant-based patty that “looks, cooks and satisfies like beef.”

Lil Woody’s and Ballard Pizza have expanded to two new locations. In addition to the T-Mobile ‘Pen, both will be available on the Terrace Club Level.

Joining the menu at Frozen Rope, near Section 132, is How to Wolf a Cookie from Chef Ethan Stowell, an oversized, freshly baked cookie stuffed with chocolate chunks, dried cherries, pistachios, a hint of lemon and a sea salt garnish.

As community health conditions improve and ballpark capacity is increased, more locations and menu items will be added. Watch for updates as the season progresses.