Despite an array of absurd concessions items meant to thrill hungry baseball fans, the Atlanta Braves' final season at Turner Field hasn't been much fun. The team currently has the worst record in the National League and a roster full of unfamiliar faces sucking the life out of the farewell campaign. To make up for the disappointment, the Bravos are planning an event locals should love: Sunday brunch.
If the massive Sunday morning crowds pouring out of restaurants across the city are any indication, this will be a hit. Before the team's July 17 game against the Colorado Rockies, the Braves will host a brunch from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on the club-level patio at The Ted.
For $53, you can get a club-level pavilion ticket to the game, plus access to a catered buffet, souvenir cup, and drink ticket for a bloody mary or mimosa during the brunch. The buffet will include mini tater tot waffles and a bacon bar, and if more fortification is needed for watching Braves baseball in 2016, a cash bar will be up and running.