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January 24, 2011 at 2:36 PM

Attention, foodies: “Anti-fast food” coming to Safeco

The Mariners just sent out a press release announcing some new attractions at Safeco Field in the upcoming season.

No, not a pitcher, or an outfielder with power. But even if the Mariners’ on-field product doesn’t sizzle in 2011, fans will have new culinary options. Hospitality provider Centerplate announced a partnership with Chef Ethan Stowell, Chef Roberto Santibanez and Chef Bill Pustari for new food concepts at Safeco Field. Apparently, my favorite chef — Chef Boyardee — is not involved in this venture.

According to the release, “Our mission was to create a restuarant-style hospitality experience — the anti-fast food — in a concession environment,” said John Sergi, chief design officer of Centerplate Stir.

Appearing in the re-constituted Bullpen Market will be:

–Apizza with Chef Pustari

–Flying Turtle Cantina/Tortugas Voladoras with Chef Santibanez

–Hamburg + Frites with Chef Stowell

–La Creperie, authentic Parisian crepes with Chef Stowell.

Now we’ll wait and see what Chef Zduriencik and Chef Wedge cook up for 2011.

Bon appetit!

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