Brewers, Eatstreet partner to create virtual kitchen featuring ballpark foods
MADISON, Wis. — The Milwaukee Brewers and EatStreet are partnering to bring fan-favorite ballpark foods to Wisconsinites in the comfort of their homes.
Together, the Brewers and the Madison-based food delivery company are working to set up a virtual kitchen menu that will be exclusively available via EatStreet delivery.
“Ballpark food is as much of a baseball tradition as the seventh inning stretch,” said Rick Schlesinger, Brewers President – Business Operations. “We are excited to partner with EatStreet to launch the new virtual kitchen concept so fans can enjoy their favorite stadium fare from the comforts of home.”
Virtual kitchens have popped up throughout Madison during the pandemic as many diners shifted to ordering delivery and take-out while restaurants dealt with capacity restrictions. Eatstreet is searching for restaurant partners who are interested in providing the menu to fans in cities around the state.
“Nothing goes better with baseball than a juicy ballpark brat or burger – and now you don’t have to leave your couch to get one,” said Matt Howard, EatStreet co-founder and CEO. “This is such a natural partnership and we know fans are going to love what we have in store.”
It’s unclear what items will be on the menu, but fans can likely expect a variety of classic ballpark foods like brats, burgers and hot dogs, among others.
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