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Where to Eat and Drink at Las Vegas Ballpark, Home of the Aviators — 2021 Guide

Know what’s on the menu before watching the Triple-A baseball team take the field

Las Vegas Ballpark
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The Las Vegas Aviators, the Triple-A West baseball team and affiliate of the Oakland Athletics, returns to the field on May 6, and with the return to baseball comes new food and beverage options at Las Vegas Ballpark, the team’s home next to Downtown Summerlin.

For the 2021 season, concessionaire Professional Sports Catering and executive chef Garry DeLucia return with a new menu after remaining closed for the 2020 season due to COVID-19.

BBQ Mexicana from chefs Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Milliken of Border Grill fame returns with a menu of a BTLA salad, avocado chicken burrito, and burnt ends burrito.

Three barbecue sandwiches on a white plate
Barbecue chicken, smoked brisket, and pulled pork sandwiches at Las Vegas Ballpark
Las Vegas Ballpark [Official Site]

The stadium also offers a trio of smoked sandwiches including a pulled chicken, pork, and brisket option served at Hickory’s portable behind home plate. Four new premium hot dogs join the line-up and include the Aviator beer brat, 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 be unveiled this season behind home plate as well.

Three open tacos on a white plate
Street tacos at Las Vegas Ballpark
Las Vegas Ballpark [Official Site]

New desserts include two pineapple Dole Whips including a rotating flavor with fresh crushed fruit and a root beer float available at Chill Out near home plate. The ballpark also has soft-serve ice cream, banana splits, and Aviator sundaes.

A root beer float in a Mason jar next to a can of root beer
A root beer float at Las Vegas Ballpark
Las Vegas Ballpark [Official Site]

The ballpark also will unveil a new and second custom brew from local Las Vegas Tenaya Creek Brewery — Aviator Ale, a new blood orange fruited wheat craft beer called the Walk off Wheat. New cocktails include the Aviator Rita and Spruce Juice. The venue’s frosé returns as well.

Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop and Ferraro’s Pizza Forte also have outposts at the ballpark.

Las Vegas Ballpark opens for the season on May 6 at 7:05 p.m. against the Sacramento River Cats.

All fans must pass a health survey before entering the Las Vegas Ballpark for home games this season through apps such as Clear and its Health Pass. Fans must wear a face covering that extends from nose to chin, covering the mouth and nose. Children 2 and under are the only exemptions to this requirement. Face masks must be worn unless actively eating or drinking, and fans cannot eat or drink on the concourse.

The 10,000-person capacity ballpark offers designated sections for seating in pods of two, four, or six that are socially distanced. The venue also offers at least 50 automatic or manual hand sanitizer stations.

Las Vegas Ballpark is a cashless venue and no cash will exchange from merchant to fan. All points of sale will be fully cashless and enabled for contactless payment options. Tickets are digital as well.

Where To Eat and Drink at Las Vegas Ballpark, Home of the Aviators — 2019 Guide [ELV]

Where To Dine in Downtown Summerlin [ELV]

Border Grill

3500 Las Vegas Blvd South, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (702) 854-6700 Visit Website

Tenaya Creek Brewery

831 West Bonanza Road, , NV 89106 (702) 362-7335 Visit Website

BBQ Mexicana

3950 Las Vegas Blvd. S. , Las Vegas, NV 89119 Visit Website

Las Vegas Ballpark

1870 Festival Plaza Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89135 (702) 943-7200 Visit Website

Pizza Forte

4700 S Maryland Pkwy, Las Vegas, NV 89119 (725) 204-1557 Visit Website

Downtown Summerlin

1980 Festival Plaza Drive, , NV 89135 (702) 832-1000 Visit Website
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