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Fresh looks at the 2023 Rogers Center upgrades

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Work continues on Rogers Center Upgrades like Toronto Blue Jays reveal Four new outer neighborhoods as well as a Redesigned WestJet Flight Deck and premium new group optionsas the team prepares for the 2023 home opener.

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Last July, Team A A $300 million multi-year, privately funded renovation to Rogers center conversion from a A multi-use stadium in a football stadium through a series of projects focused on Fan experience update And Build world class player facilities. Here’s the latest update from the team.

First: the new Outfield District, featuring four unique neighborhoods that offer distinct themes, menu offerings, d├ęcor, and highlights. Like the famous WestJet Flight Deck, every neighborhood will be accessible to all ticket lovers. Here are the four:

the Corona Rooftop Patio (Right field 500L; shown at top of page) Set as a rooftop patio oasis, nestled in the famous Toronto skyline and nestled below the CN Tower on the highest section of the famous rooftop of the Rogers Centre. Menu theme: A summery patio menu, topped off with the full Corona family of products, plus frozen cocktails and modern games on the classic football field.

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Social Park (Left Field 500L) It is laid out as a park within a park, literally – an informal outdoor space where the best of Toronto’s parks are brought to the field. The menu: truck-style eats, like bacon and pepper grilled cheese, brownie sundaes, and milkshakes.

station (100L center field behind the batter’s eye) Located behind the batter’s eye in a space originally planned as a transit station, it was laid out as a neighborhood pub showcasing the many different areas where Toronto’s transit system operates. Signature Stop Menu: Varied food and beverage offerings, including Jamaican beef patties, ban mi sandwiches, and signature cocktails.

fishing bar (100 liters) perched above the visitor barn with unique views. Menu highlights include classic cocktails and trendy snacks, such as macaroni and cheese with Montreal smoked meat, Cuban sandwiches, and pretzel brioche.

In addition, the Blue Jays offer renovated and new group spaces. Spaces will be available to all ticketed fans when not reserved for a group.

WestJet Flight Deck (200-liter center field, above) features a brewery-style renovation with new food and drink options, like grilled brisket and jerk chicken nachos. Fans can now host group events of varying capacities (from 50 to 300 fans) in portions of this fan-favorite space; The full WestJet Flight Deck will be available to all ticketed fans when not held by a group, while the upper sections will remain open for most games.

Below is a complete overview of the Rogers Center’s multi-year upgrades.

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About Kevin Richard

Kevin Richard is the founder and publisher of Ballpark Digest.

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