Beginning today, Brewers fans will once again be able to enjoy brews, food and some of the best views at American Family Field.
The Restaurant To Be Named Later reopens today (May 3), welcoming customers on both game days and non-game days seven days a week.
The restaurant, which opened its doors in early 2020, will open at 11 a.m. daily with adjusted hours on game days (reservations are highly recommended) with a menu of Wisconsin-inspired favorites from Executive Chef Adam Miller.
Options include favorite appetizers like Korean Cauliflower, hand breaded cheese curds and Crispy Fried Brussels Sprouts, along with sandwiches like The Double Play Burger featuring both an Angus beef and Johnsonville Brat patty topped with Havarti cheese, ale mustard and cherry compote on a brioche bun.
Beer and cocktails – including brandy old fashioneds, margaritas and the Long Island Iced Tea To Be Named Later – are also available.
Restaurant-based ticket packages can also be purchased, including unrivaled views from outdoor tables on the Home Run and Bullpen porches, as well as inside seating along the glass windows overlooking the field. On game days, guests are also welcome to walk-in, order and carry out drinks from the restaurant into the stands.
For those seeking private events, the recently updated Brew Room, located inside the restaurant along left-center field, offers a combination of indoor and outdoor seating for up to 30 guests on non-game days.
Like the rest of the ballpark, Restaurant To Be Named Later is operating on a cashless basis wih safety precautions in place, including masks required for all guests except when seated.
The Restaurant To Be Named Later is open non-game days from 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, and 11 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday. For game day hours, times vary based on the start of the Brewers game. For more information, visit rtbnl.com.
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