Seattle's Safeco Field's Revamped Menu Hits a Home Run

Staff Writer
Mariners fans get home field advantage with these delicious local offerings
Alexis Steinman

Safeco's Dirty Tots, a decadent mess of cheese, pork belly and pickled peppers

The Mariners are back in town! Seattle fans have the home field advantage thanks to Safeco’s tasty, new menu created by Centerplate and Chef Ethan Stowell. Featuring Rain City favorites like Manny’s Pale Ale and Taylor Shellfish oysters, local is the star of this dining lineup.

First up, Swingin’ Wings’ finger-lickin’ wings have been hit up with Ballard’s Bonache Sauce. Don’t miss the sweet n’ hot honey-Serrano combo. Taking tots to the next level, the Dirty Tots are smothered in Beecher’s Flagship Cheddar, Carlton Farms pork belly, and Bay Valley pickled peppers.  Find Swingin’ Wings, and Edgar’s Cantina’s tasty tacos, at the ‘Pen, Safeco’s Field Level bar that brings an outdoor party behind center field.

Next up, the Third Base Terrace Club’s Sound Seafood shows off Seattle’s seafaring side with fresh, fried Pacific cod and Taylor Shellfish oysters. Each come with homemade remoulade and house-cut sidewinder chips; these delectable potatoes are giving the garlic fries a run for their money as Safeco’s Best Spuds.

Wash down these good eats with Georgetown Brewing Co.’s “damn tasty brews.” From the crowd-pleasing Manny’s Pale Ale to rotating taps of cask-conditioned ales, sample Seattle’s acclaimed beer throughout the stadium. At Sound Seafood, craft cocktails by Rob Roy’s Anu Apte highlight local distillers like Oola and Letterpress; the funky, clam-juice based Drowning Caesar, made traditionally sans tomato juice, fits with Safeco’s waterside locale.

For dessert, it pays to be in the premium suites, where lemon curd tarts, s’mores, and ooey, gooey molten cakes from Autumn Martin’s Hot Cakes sweeten up the seventh-inning stretch.

All this deliciousness will require more than one visit to Safeco. No need to fret. With 82 home games this season, you'll have plenty of time to nosh, sip, and root for the M's! 

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