Delaware North Sportservice has officially opened the newest dining outlet, the Restaurant To Be Named Later, at Miller Park, home of the Milwaukee Brewers.
Located in the left-field corner of Miller Park, Restaurant To Be Named Later is open year-round, serving lunch and dinner. With culinary creations by Delaware North Executive Chef Adam Miller, the new menu celebrates a variety of Wisconsin favorites with twists on classic food and beverage offerings.
Opening weekend provides an opportunity for fans to enjoy the new experience and take advantage of special promotions. The first 100 guests on March 6 will become “Founding Members,” receiving 10 percent off their bill all season long on non-event days.
The Restaurant To Be Named Later’s menu aims to appeal to a variety of tastes. Some dishes to note include the shareable Hand-Breaded Cheese Curds, BBQ Loaded Tots with pulled pork and amber ale BBQ sauce, and Korean Cauliflower with gochujang sauce, pepitas and a cilantro-lime crema. The restaurant also boasts a new cocktail menu with thoughtful names inspired by the city.
A variety of ticket packages are available for game days. Options include incredible views from the outdoor tables on the Home Run Porch and the Bullpen Porch. Additionally, a limited number of inside tables are available along the vast glass windows overlooking the field.
For larger groups, the recently updated Brew Room, located in left-center field within the Restaurant To Be Named Later, features indoor and outdoor seating for groups of 30 to 60 people. The space is available to rent on non-game days and game days, with the latter including general admission seating, choice between two buffet menus, a private bar with two complimentary beers per adult and flat-screen high-definition TVs.
The Restaurant To Be Named Later was announced last fall with a lighthearted video featuring Brewers legend Bob Uecker. Delaware North has been a partner of the Brewers since 1970 and operates concessions and premium dining services at Miller Park.