Boozy popsicles, quinoa bowls: Oakland A’s new choices for fans

Coliseum rolling out new food, drink menus for the 2019 MLB season

A fan carries a couple glasses of beer as finds his seat in the 300s section of the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum during the Oakland Athletics and the Chicago White Sox game in Oakland, Calif., on Tuesday, April 17, 2018. The A’s celebrated its 50th Anniversary game. (Ray Chavez/Bay Area News Group)

Oakland A’s fans will find a whole new menu of food and drink options when the team returns from Japan to open the baseball season at the Coliseum.

Here’s a sneak preview of the offerings from the team and Aramark, the new concessionaire:

— We knew we had you at “boozy popsicles.” Two oversized tricycles — a Party Pop cycle and a BeerCycle — will travel the concourse, dispensing adult popsicles and craft beers.

— The Nourish farm stand behind right field will sell healthy fare, including build-your-own salad and quinoa bowls.

— In the Treehouse, a Launch Test Kitchen will showcase dishes from a rotating series of chefs. First up will be one of Oakland’s own, celebrity chef Tanya Holland, with her soul food creations from Brown Sugar Kitchen.

— A new Boba Tea stand will sell those ultra-popular milk teas near Section 133.

— Shibe Park Tavern will unveil an updated menu.

Stay tuned for details.


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