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 whether or not baseball will be coming back to the stadium. This week MLB and the 30 team owners sent a proposal for the return of play to the players union. Unfortunately, there will be a bevy of hurdles to clear before the two sides can come to an agreement.