Fans this season should watch out for stray spicy tuna roll pieces coming loose in the stands. 

The draft is over. Ahead of the Mariners' delayed Opening Day, T-Mobile Park has announced a new lineup of vendors who continue a tradition of elevating stadium food way beyond hot dogs and beer (and a switch from Pepsi to Coca-Cola products). Here are this year's newcomers.


You may have seen Marination's food truck outside the stadium, but now one of Seattle's original street food favorites is coming fieldside, specifically to section 119. Marination will serve its classic Korean-Hawaiian inspired dishes like the aloha slider (kalua pork, soft roll, signature slaw) and the Spam musubi. 

Catch, by Just Poke

As the name suggests, Just Poke (Section 132) will serve bowls and rolls that incorporate fresh fish like ahi, salmon, and spicy tuna. There’s also the spicy ahi nachos—ramen chips heaped with a liberal pile of ahi, spicy aioli, and green onion.   

Pure Acai 

When you think of ballpark food, you don’t normally think of avocado toast, but hey, times are changing. At Pure Acai (Sections 132 and 328), the millennial snack, along with Nutella toast and the Mariners Matchata will be available. The Matchata is a play on horchata and matcha, combining their respective flavors.   


You can also head to T-Mobile 'Pen for fried chicken sandwiches (spicy or not) served on soft rolls with tangy pickles. Celebrity chef David Chang’s newest food concept also surfaced in Seattle as a ghost kitchen last year.

Other Additions:

Edgar’s Cantina (T-Mobile 'Pen and section 212) and Holy Smoke BBQ (sections 105 and 313) aren’t new to the park, but have added some new meaty items of note. Among them, Edgar’s tacked on the BBQ brisket quesadilla and the shrimp tostada. Holy Smoke is similarly beefing up their menu with the rib combo platter and the smoked brisket combo platter, both accompanied by cornbread, mac 'n cheese, and coleslaw.

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