Orioles add Maryland’s own Roseda Farm Grill to concessions offerings at Oriole Park

Beginning this homestand, the Orioles will introduce Monkton-based Roseda Black Angus Farms gourmet burgers at the new Roseda Farm Grill on Eutaw Street near Gate H. Roseda beef is a premium, award-winning gourmet product that is produced from local, all-natural, dry-aged Black Angus beef. All Roseda cattle are pasture-raised, grain-finished, and the meat contains no routine antibiotics or growth hormones, artificial color or flavoring, chemical preservatives, or other synthetic ingredients. The Roseda Black Angus Farm is located in Monkton, Md., primarily serving the Mid-Atlantic region.

Additionally, Old Line Custom Meats will replace all previous hamburger offerings at Oriole Park with their fresh (not frozen), high-quality MVP (Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania) beef. The switch comes with no change in price to fans. Locally-based in Baltimore, Old Line Custom Meats provides fresh ground beef sourced from local farms in the Maryland, Virginia, and Pennsylvania areas.

“As both native Baltimoreans and Orioles fans, we are excited to be joining the lineup at Oriole Park this year,” said Eddie Burchell, Partner, Chief Development Officer of Old Line Custom Meat Company and Roseda Black Angus Farm. “It is clear that the Orioles are truly committed to our business, our community, and supporting leading local companies for the benefit of their fans. We are pleased to offer both our MVP and Roseda beef products, especially in the newly-branded Roseda Farm Grill on Eutaw Street. And, we look forward to exploring future growth opportunities together.”

Oriole Park has welcomed several new, local favorites to their concession choices this season, including Attman’s Deli, Boardwalk Fries, Pinch Dumplings, Pizza John’s, Polock Johnny’s, and Stuggy’s.