New food, better views a part of second phase of Progressive Field renovations

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CLEVELAND – The Cleveland Indians announced another phase of renovations at Progressive Field and they are set to be completed by the start of the 2016 season.

The Indians will work to expand concessions throughout the park from the Right Field District. The Indians are looking to incorporate more local restaurants throughout the stadium. Melt, Barrio, Sweet Moses, Great Lakes Brewing Co. and Dynomite Burgers are all at Progressive Field this season.

There will also be a new club behind home plate on the main level to offer a better view of the field.

There will be a full bar, new concessions and it will stay open after games to season ticket holders.

It will also improve the view for fans using the main concourse.

There will also be more signs and team history throughout, along with some suite renovations.

This time last year, the Indians announced renovations set to be complete before the 2015 season. The enhancements were all completed on time and by opening day on April 10.

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