After closing its doors last year due to the pandemic, Restaurant to be Named Later (RTBNL) reopened for daily food and bar service on May 3. The restaurant, which Delaware North Sportservice operates at American Family Field for the Milwaukee Brewers, has been open on game days only since the MLB season began in early April.
Located in the left-field corner of the ballpark, RTBNL provides one-of-a-kind views and a distinctive atmosphere for diners and fans on game days and nongame days alike.
The restaurant’s menu, developed by Executive Chef Adam Miller, features new twists on Wisconsin classics, including a double play burger, which has a double-stack angus beef and Johnsonville brat patty, Havarti cheese, ale mustard and cherry compote on a brioche bun; and sharable appetizers including Korean cauliflower and crispy fried Brussels sprouts.
RTBNL offers several game-day ticket packages, including seating on the Home Run Porch and the Bullpen Porch. A limited number of inside tables are available along the windows overlooking the field. On game days, diners can walk in, order and carry drinks from the restaurant into the stands.
On days the Brewers aren’t playing at home, service hours are 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, and 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday. On game days, the restaurant opens 90 minutes prior to start time.