The Las Vegas Aviators, the Triple-A West baseball team and a member of the Oakland Athletics, return to the field on May 6th. With the return to baseball, there are new food and drink options at the Las Vegas Ballpark, the team’s home next to downtown Summerlin.
For the 2021 season, the concessionaire Professional Sports Catering and chef Garry DeLucia are returning with a new menu after being closed for the 2020 season due to COVID-19.
BBQ Mexicana by chefs Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Milliken of Border Grill returns with a menu of BTLA salad, avocado chicken burrito, and burnt ends burrito.
Grilled Chicken, Smoked Brisket, and Pork Sandwiches at Las Vegas Ballpark Las Vegas Ballpark [Official Site]
The stadium also offers three smoked sandwiches, including a pulled chicken, pork, and brisket option served on Hickory’s portable plate behind the house. Four new premium hot dogs add to the range, including the Aviator Beer Brat, the Chili Cheese Dog, the 312 with a Chicago-style hot dog with a Jalapeño Cheddar Brat and a bacon-wrapped Elote dog . A selection of street tacos will also be unveiled behind home plate this season.
Street tacos at the Las Vegas Ballpark Las Vegas Ballpark [Official Site]
New desserts include two pineapple dole whips, including a rotating flavor with fresh, shredded fruit and a root beer float available at Chill Out near the main plate. The stadium also offers soft ice cream, banana splits, and aviator sundaes.
A Root Beer Float at the Las Vegas Ballpark Las Vegas Ballpark [Official Site]
The ballpark will also unveil a new and second custom brew from the local Tenaya Creek Brewery in Las Vegas – Aviator Ale, a new blood orange fruit wheat craft beer called Walk off Wheat. New cocktails include Aviator Rita and Spruce Juice. The venue’s frosé is also returning.
Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop and Ferrari’s Pizza Forte also have outposts in the stadium.
The Las Vegas Ballpark opens for the season on May 6th at 7:05 pm against the Sacramento River Cats.
All fans are required to pass a health survey before entering the Las Vegas Ballpark for home games this season through apps like Clear and its Health Pass. Fans must wear face covering that extends from nose to chin and covers their mouth and nose. Children under the age of 2 are the only exceptions to this requirement. Face masks must be worn unless they are actively eating or drinking and fans cannot eat or drink in the hall.
The ballpark, with a capacity of 10,000 people, has designated areas for seating in two, four, or six pods that are socially separated from each other. The venue also offers at least 50 automatic or manual hand sanitizing stations.
The Las Vegas Ballpark is a cashless venue and no cash is exchanged from the dealer to the fan. All sales outlets are completely cashless and activated for contactless payment options. Tickets are digital too.
• Eating and Drinking at the Las Vegas Ballpark, Home of the Fliers – 2019 Guide [ELV]
• Restaurants in downtown Summerlin [ELV]