The Texas Rangers and food service and retail partner Delaware North today announced a variety of additions to the hospitality program at Globe Life Field, including new specialty food items and expanded amenities. 

Among the new hospitality spaces are:

  • Arlington Eats

    • Located near Section 101, it will feature pop-up outposts of local restaurants during weekend games and select events. Arlington’s Hurtado Barbecue Co. will be the featured concept for the first two games, followed by Ella B’s Restaurant on April 15-17 and Prince Lebanese Grill on April 29-31. Hurtado Barbecue will also return May 13-15.
  • 421 Food Hall

    • Named as a tip of the cap to the Rangers’ first game in Arlington on April 21, 1972 – it has been added to the upper concourse near Section 225. The space features buffet-style dining with a mix of open seating at picnic and high-top tables, along with an exclusive lounge for season ticket holders.
  • The High Ball Bar

    • It neighbors the 421 Food Hall, which features a cocktail lounge vibe, complete with couches, lounge chairs, side chairs, and a mix of high-top and traditional tables. The High Ball will serve a variety of specialty cocktails and beer and is accessible to all fans near Section 223.

“We work closely with the Rangers to ensure our hospitality program is constantly evolving and adding to the game-day experience at Globe Life Field,” said Casey Rapp, Delaware North’s general manager at the ballpark.

“Our culinary team has been hard at work this offseason, creating a fun mix of new items for the 2022 season that feature creative twists on fan favorites – with a range of regional flavors and products.”

New food items include:

  • Alligator Corn Dog

    • Photo: USA Today Sports

      An Alligator Andouille Sausage hand-dipped in corn dog batter and fried to a delicious golden brown. Available at the Bullpen Grill at Section 125.

  • Chicken Fried Brisket Sandwich

    • Generous pieces of in-house-smoked Nolan Ryan Beef Brisket – hand-battered and fried – piled on thick slices of Texas Toast with pickles, red onions, and Sweet Baby Ray’s barbecue sauce. Available at the Sweet Baby Ray’s stand at Section 125.
  • Brisket Egg Rolls

    • Created by a Rangers fan in 2020 as part of a recipe contest. Tender house-smoked brisket shredded and rolled up in a classic eggroll wrap with Napa cabbage – deep-fried until crispy and delicious. Served with Togarashi-seasoned fries and Sweet Baby Ray’s barbecue sauce for dipping. Available at the Go Deep Fried stands at Sections 121, 225, and 230.
  • Vegan Bratwurst

    • An Impossible Vegan Bratwurst served on a fresh, locally baked vegan roll with grilled onions. Available at the Vegan Cart in Section 101.
  • Vegan Chicken Salad

    • A classic chicken salad sandwich – but with vegan “chicken.” Served with Terra Chips and sliced vegan bread. Available at the concession locations at Sections 101 and 205.
  • Golden Chick Loaded Fries

    • Golden Chick’s signature battered fries are loaded with Ricos Nacho Cheese, bacon bits, and Ricos Jalapenos. Available at the Golden Chick stand in Section 128.
  • Mac and Cheese Nachos

    • Tostitos Tortilla Chips covered with Ricos Cheese Sauce, a pile of creamy mac and cheese, pico de gallo, Ricos Jalapenos, and a drizzle of sour cream. Available at concession stands at Sections 106 and 225.
  • Cornbread Chili Pie Dog

    • A Texas Chili all-Angus beef hot dog with fresh-baked cornbread as the bun – topped with Texas Chili’s chili, shredded cheddar cheese, and Ricos Jalapenos. Available at concessions stands at Sections 132 and 225.

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