Twins and DNC Sportservice announce plans for Hrbek's at Target Field
Located behind home plate, the space pays tribute to Twins legend Kent Hrbek and will be open to all fans and feature plenty of food and drink
MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL, Minn. - The Minnesota Twins, in conjunction with Delaware North Companies Sportservice (DNC Sportservice), today announced plans for Hrbek's at Target Field, an exciting new establishment which will feature the favorite food and drink of Twins Hall of Famer and Bloomington native Kent Hrbek.Located at Gate 14 directly behind home plate at Target Field, Hrbek's will be open to all fans featuring an expansive outdoor patio, traditional "basket fare" along with full bar service. In addition, plans call for the space to feature a variety of Kent Hrbek-themed graphics and art while also paying tribute to every native Minnesotan to play for the Twins. "I'm honored to have a place at Target Field where baseball fans can enjoy a beer and tasty food that is accessible to everyone," said Kent Hrbek, Twins legend. "This is an exciting time for Twins fans as we move into a great new ballpark with some great new food options. While we're still finalizing the menu, I know that Twins fans will enjoy what Hrbek's has to offer." "Hrbek's is destined to become one of the signature attractions of Target Field," said Twins President Dave St. Peter. "The space will not only provide tremendous service, food and drink but it will be a wonderful tribute to one of the greatest players and characters in the history of the Twins franchise - Kent Hrbek." Working closely with Kent Hrbek on the menu will be DNC Sportservice, Target Field's exclusive concessionaire which entered into a long-term partnership with the Twins in April of 2008. The complete menu for Hrbek's, as well as other Target Field restaurants and clubs, will be announced in early 2010. About Target Field
Target Field, one of America's most urban ballparks, will be located in the historic Warehouse district of downtown Minneapolis. Site clearing began May 15, 2007 with actual construction commencing in August 2007. Designed by Populous (formerly HOK Sport) with Mortenson Construction serving as construction manager, the 40,000 seat ballpark is slated for completion prior to Opening Day 2010 and the cost of construction is $425 million. The Twins and Target Corporation announced a historic 25-year naming agreement for Target Field and Target Plaza on September 15, 2008. The Twins Ballpark Webcams provide fans the opportunity to view progress on the construction of the new downtown Minneapolis ballpark through completion in the spring of 2010. For more information on Target Field and to view the site through the Webcam, visit www.twinsbaseball.com/newballpark. ABOUT DNC SPORTSERVICE
Sportservice is a global leader in food, beverage and retail management. Founded in 1915, the company provides concessions, gourmet catering and fine dining operations at more than 50 professional sporting venues worldwide, including those with Major League Baseball, the National Football League, and the National Hockey League, as well as at entertainment complexes and convention centers across the United States and Canada. Sportservice's other Major League Baseball partners are the Chicago White Sox, St. Louis Cardinals, Detroit Tigers, Cincinnati Reds, Milwaukee Brewers, Los Angeles Dodgers, Cleveland Indians, San Diego Padres and Texas Rangers. For more information, visit www.DelawareNorth.com. Deposits for 2010 season ticket packages at Target Field are now being taken. Please visit www.twinsbaseball.com or call 612-33-TWINS or 800-33-TWINS to secure your place in Twins Territory.
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