New Food at Turner Field

When the Braves take the field for their season opener on April 1st there will be several new dining options for fans:

Turner FieldH&F Burger

If you’ve never been able to secure one of Holeman & Finch’s famous 10pm burgers you’ll have a much better chance at Turner Field. A limited number of burgers will be sold each game in Fan Plaza at the base of the BravesVision scoreboard and at a cart behind section 102 (near home plate). Want to skip the line? The Braves are offering 24 tickets that will let you jump to the front, making sure your craving for the double patties will be satisfied as soon as it hits. The seats are located in the outfield (sections 148L, 149R and 151L) and can be purchased online for $32 at


The Turner Field location of the upscale sports restaurant will offer crab cake sandwiches and sesame steak skewers. Located at section 216, on the Terrace Level.

Yicketty Yogurt & More

Offering self-serve frozen yogurt and slushies with a variety of flavors and toppings. Located in sections 206 and 316.

Other options to note:

The Chop House underwent an off-season renovation and will have new menu items including smoked pulled pork nachos, smoked cheddar sausage grinder and McCann’s Burger (also sold at stands near sections 216 and 231). In addition to new furniture and lighting, there is a bobblehead wall featuring more than 250 bobbleheads. The Chop House is located in center field.

Kevin Rathbun Steak, which debuted in the 2012 season, will again offer savory steak sandwiches at section 205 (behind home plate on the first base side).

Fetzer will be introducing a new line of wines that come in ready-to-serve, disposable wine glasses. The Crimson red blend and Quartz white blend come in 100% recyclable glasses developed by Zipz. Turner Field is one of seven major league ballparks to offer the single-serve wines, which are expected to hit retail stores this summer.

The Atlanta Braves open their 2013 season against the Philadelphia Phillies on Monday, April 1st at 7:10pm.