Baseball season is upon us! Toronto Blue Jays will take the field this April while fans get to enjoy new food and drink offerings at the Rogers Centre this spring. Here’s what you can treat your tastebuds to.

As of April 8th, fans can chow down on the latest food and beverage additions at the Blue Jays Home Opener presented by TD.

Here’s what’s new and delicious at the Rogers Centre:

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New menu items

We’re already dreaming of these:

  • New Hot Maple & Bacon Hot Dog at Schneiders Porch
  • New Stuffed Jamaican Patties at The Stop
  • New Poke Bowl at The Stop
  • New Crush Floats at TD Park Social
  • New partnership with Keurig Dr Pepper that brings Canada Dry Ginger Ale, Dr Pepper, and Mott’s Clamato
  • New Loaded Mac & Cheese at The Catch Bar
  • New Bowls & Wraps concession at section 140
  • New Snow Fries – fries tossed in a custom parmesan mix
  • New Tiramisu and Cannolis

Now for drinks – because you’ll need something to quench your thirst:


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No booze? No problem! Here’s what you can try.

  • New specialty Low & Away Mocktail – take on a strawberry and dragon fruit lemonade.
  • New ready-to-drink mocktails: Spritz and Mojito.

New and returning specialty cocktails

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We love refreshing summer drinks!

  • Big Leagues Bourbon Cherry Smash
  • Long Fly Ball Strawberry Ginger Lemonade
  • Boys of Summer Prickly Pear Margarita
  • Spring Training Garden Party
  • Frozen Mangonada

New ready-to-drink

  • Limited-edition Bud Light Double Lime

Hungry yet? Try all these delicious creations the next time you’re at a Blue Jays game, even for their Loonie Dogs nights and giveaway games.

And while you’re there, head to the Dugout Deals concessions, where you can try ballpark favourites for less than $6 like hot dogs, nachos, popcorn, pretzel bites, ice cream, soft drinks, and more.

The ballpark is also introducing Fry Days with McCain where you can get a specialty loaded fry recipe served in a reusable Blue Jays helmet at all 13 Friday home games.

Creative and yummy!

It looks like it’s time to plan your next Blue Jays game – you know you’ll want to.