Blue Jays unveil new mouthwatering Food & Beverage offerings for 2024 season

Renovations are not the only new ballpark feature fans can look forward to at Rogers Centre this season. The Toronto Blue Jays have announced the 2024 food and beverage offerings, with new items and returning favourites that continue elevating the fan experience at the ballpark.

This will be the first season with new hospitality partner, Legends, and the menus aim to bring local food producers and flavours into the ballpark with a focus on high-quality, fresh ingredients in chef-curated and house-made dishes. Fans will get their first chance to try enhanced favourites, inventive new items, and exciting partner integrations at the Blue Jays Home Opener presented by TD on Monday, April 8.

Whether it’s unique twists on Toronto favourites and ballpark classics, or introducing trendy new bites, there is something on the menu for every fan at Rogers Centre. The Outfield District remains the place to explore inventive offerings, with exclusive items in each neighbourhood – check out the following highlights:

  • The all-new Hot Maple & Bacon Hot Dog joins the popular Signature Poutine Hot Dog at Schneiders Porch. Specialty dogs, along with all ballpark hot dogs, are made from 100% Canadian beef.
  • Introducing a twist on a Toronto staple, Stuffed Jamaican Patties can be found at The Stop, filled with jerk chicken, coleslaw, and BBQ sauce. The Stop will also offer a new quick-grab Poke Bowl made with fresh sushi-grade fish from a local vendor.
  • Baseballs aren’t the only thing being crushed at Rogers Centre this season. Introducing new Crush Floats available in TD Park Social, made with Crush Soda and ice cream. The fun offering highlights a new partnership with Keurig Dr Pepper that, in addition to Crush, welcomes the KDP family of products to Rogers Centre, including Canada Dry Ginger Ale, Dr Pepper, and Mott’s Clamato.
  • The Catch Bar features a new house-made creamy Loaded Mac & Cheese, topped with jerk chicken or brisket.
  • A new Bowls & Wraps concession at section 140 is home to the unique Mediterranean Hot Dog, featuring beef shawarma and tzatziki on the ballpark classic.
  • Leaning into a trendy concoction making waves in the Toronto food scene, fans can now enjoy Snow Fries – classic ballpark fries tossed in a custom parmesan mix.
The Toronto Blue Jays have revealed the 2024 food and beverage offerings at Rogers Centre, with new items and returning favourites that continue elevating the fan experience at the ballpark

Cold Drinks for Hot Summer Days

Nothing beats enjoying a refreshing beverage under an open roof. This season introduces fun new non-alcoholic options, original cocktails, and curated beer and ready-to-drink selections.


  • The new specialty Low & Away Mocktail is a refreshing take on a strawberry and dragon fruit lemonade.
  • Atypique ready-to-drink mocktails make their debut at Rogers Centre in two classic options: Spritz and Mojito.
  • Fans can once again enjoy a Corona Sunbrew 0.0% at the best rooftop patio in the city – the Corona Rooftop Patio!

New and returning specialty cocktails:

  • Big Leagues Bourbon Cherry Smash is the Blue Jays’ take on a favourite old fashioned.
  • Long Fly Ball Strawberry Ginger Lemonade is a refreshing vodka-based cocktail, perfect for summer.
  • Boys of Summer Prickly Pear Margarita brings a taste of the desert to Toronto.
  • Spring Training Garden Party features a unique cross between a cucumber mojito and a mule.
  • Frozen Mangonada is a sweet and spicy, mango-forward take on a frozen margarita.
  • OK Blue Jays Rum Punch returns showcasing the Blue Jays’ version of a blue lemonade.

New ready-to-drink:

  • Brewed especially for Blue Jays fans in collaboration with Mill Street Brewery, Blue Wave returns with a fresh new look (new designs available in media kit).
  • With double the fresh, zesty lime flavour and a crisp finish, the limited-edition Bud Light Double Lime has made it to the Big Leagues.

This season also features new souvenir drinkware, including the Blue Jays shaker cup, draught cup with a baseball glove at the bottom, and beverage carafe.

Nothing beats enjoying a refreshing beverage under an open roof. This season introduces fun new non-alcoholic options, original cocktails, and curated beer and ready-to-drink selections

Specialty Concessions

Outside of the ballpark classics and Rogers Centre exclusive bites, fans can enjoy some of their favourite local and international food chains brought into the ballpark:

  • With the popularity and passion for baseball in Korea, it’s no surprise Korean-style hot dogs have made a statement around the world. Chungchun’s scrumptious rice-flour battered hot dogs join the lineup at Rogers Centre, available at the Chungchun Rice Dog location at section 210.
  • Mary Brown’s Chicken returns for its third year at the ballpark with two specialty locations where fans can enjoy the Big Mary, Chicken & Tater combos, and more, at sections 140 and 511.
  • Long-time pizza partner, Pizza Nova, continues to be the exclusive pizza of the Blue Jays, found all around the ballpark.

Dugout Deals, Loonie Dogs & More

Sometimes all you need is a hot dog, French fries, and a cold drink to enjoy your ballpark outing!

Fans can enjoy value-centric classic ballpark fare by visiting Dugout Deals concessions, which feature an array of ballpark favourites for less than $6, including hot dogs, nachos, popcorn, pretzel bites, ice cream, soft drinks, Budweiser, and Bud Light.

In addition, grab your tickets for many special concessions promotions nights during the season.

New this year, the Blue Jays and McCain Foods Canada are inviting you to Make It A Fry Day with your family and friends at the ballpark. Fry Days with McCain will feature a specialty loaded fry recipe served in a reusable Blue Jays helmet at all 13 Friday home games. You can also enjoy McCain’s Extra Crispy fries at the ballpark all season long.

It’s no secret that the fan-favourite Loonie Dogs Night presented by Schneiders is back this year with $1 hot dogs at every Tuesday home game. Last year, fans ate a record 693,865 dollar dogs – will fans reach 700,000 in 2024?

Fans can get their tickets to try the new food and beverage offerings while enjoying the return of baseball to Toronto, at

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