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5/5/14

Big League Bar Options at Target Field

Target Field is universally known as one of the nicest and most state-of-the-art ballparks in the MLB. One of the reasons for this reputation for the relatively new ballpark is the high prevalence of bar space throughout the concourses. In fact, Target Field has the most square footage of bar space of all MLB stadiums. These bars can be found all over the ballpark, but there are a few in particular that fans should be sure to check out.

Right behind home plate near Section 114 on the Main Level is Hrbek’s Pub, named after Kent Hrbek. Even though there are only stand up tables and no places to sit, the large outdoor patio is the best part of the area with a great view of the game while having a drink at the bar.

Near Section V down the third base line of the Club Level is the Town Ball Tavern. Fans can come here for many options of beer on tap as well as the option to drink alcohol after the 7th inning of the ballgame, something not found in many areas of this ballpark.

On the Terrace Level behind home plate near Sections 317 and 318 is the Two Gingers Pub. There are actually two bars in this area and this is the only bar in the stadium that serves exclusively alcohol and no food. The big draw in this area other than classic Minnesota whiskey is the opportunity to see Sue Nelson, the legendary organ player for the Twins, in action throughout the game.

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