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Aramark, the exclusive food and beverage partner of the Boston Red Sox, has created a "championship menu" to feed hungry fans at Fenway Park during the World Series. The "back to basics" menu, created by Aramark senior executive chef Ron Abell and his culinary team, highlights classic New England flavors.
"Red Sox fans are as hungry for their favorite Fenway Park foods as they are for an eighth World Championship," chef Abell said in a press release. "We’re eager to showcase Fenway Park’s world-class menu and deliver a memorable dining experience for fans attending this year’s World Series."
Some of the new menu items offered at Fenway during this season’s World Series include the hot pastrami sandwich with Swiss cheese and spicy mustard on marble rye, hot Italian beef in au jus with fresh mozzarella and banana peppers, as well as expanded availability off the popular lobster roll and New England clam chowder throughout the ballpark.
In addition to the new items and ballpark classics, several local favorites will also be featured on the menu. Papa Gino’s Pizza, Dunkin’ Donuts, Legal Sea Foods, and Tasty Burger will each be offering their signature items for every Red Sox home game.
According to a press release, fans are expected to eat 15,000 Fenway franks, 3,000 cups of clam chowder, 500 lobster rolls, and 400 pounds of shrimp during each game of the Fall Classic played at Fenway Park.
For baseball fans looking for a finer dining experience, the EMC Club and State Street Pavilion dining areas feature New England seafood, grass-fed beef, and locally sourced vegetables and produce.
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