Despite no games happening at the ballpark, Dodger Stadium is still getting that #HollywoodLifestyle facelift it so desperately needed. Last year, the Dodgers announced a $100M renovation plan ahead of Los Angeles hosting it’s first All-Star game in 40 years.
The Dodgers’ executive chef Ryan Evans of Levy Restaurants posted an incredible behind the scenes look at the latest at the stadium on Tuesday, and I gotta say… it looks great.
Incredible behind the scenes look at the plaza renovation at Dodger Stadium… It looks amazing!
— Clint Pasillas (FRG) (@realFRG) May 13, 2020
Evans took us on a mini-tour around the new pavilion walkway that completely links the stadium for a full 360-degree access. There’s also great shots inside the new centerfield plaza concessions and a first look at the new standing area above the pavilions.
Moreover, the renovated pavilions will offer new, modernized restroom facilities in a mid-level section underneath the seating in the old concessions area. Next, I hope to get a nice shot of the progress of the new pavilion sports bars.
Soon Dodger fans will know…