Red Sox fans will once again be able to enjoy award-winning barbecue at the team’s spring training home in Fort Myers.
According to company President Craig Peden, for the second consecutive year, Rib City has signed on as an official concession vendor at JetBlue Park at Fenway South for the 2013 Spring Training season. Rib City will serve as an official concession vendor during spring training under Aramark, the Red Sox food and beverage partner and concessionaire. Rib City will sell its award-winning baby back ribs, pulled pork sandwiches and sides along Fenway South Drive – a street festival reminiscent of Yawkey Way in Boston. The company will also supply a la carte items to the private suites and picnics.
Rib City is a family-owned national barbecue chain. Founded in Fort Myers in 1989, there are currently 13 corporate restaurants in Florida and 16 franchise restaurants across the country including Washington, Utah, Colorado, Tennessee, Ohio, Illinois, Missouri and Virginia.
The Rib City concession at the new park will begin serving on Thursday, Feb. 21, with the traditional, single-admission double-header against the Northeastern University Huskies and Boston College Eagles starting at 1:35 p.m.
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