The upscaling of ballpark foodservice is migrating from the majors to the minors and the college game.
Traditionalists may decry it, but big-time sports in this country has undergone a fundamental shift in the past decade or so. What was once mainly the province of Joe Sixpack and his sometimes salty passion for the home team has been gentrified and made to wash behind its ears. Where Joe and his buddies merely went to see a ballgame and were content with beer and hot dogs, today’s more affluent fanbase seeks “the ballpark experience,” which had better includemore than just seeing a game. ...
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