The Charleston RiverDogs (Low A; Sally League) have announced that The Indigo Road will be the exclusive catering provider of the Riley Park Club.
Set to open next spring, the Riley Park Club is a 6,000 square foot addition to Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park that will act as a year-round event space. In addition, the club will be utilized on game days. Construction began on the club this fall; it will be located down the first base line so that it can provide views of both the playing field and the Ashley River.
RiverDogs home games will feature signature items from a number of The Indigo Road’s restaurants, catered directly by Mercantile and Mash, including Oak Steakhouse and O-Ku sushi branded specialties. The group also will cater many other events at the Club, including weddings, business conferences, and social events.
“The RiverDogs are thrilled to partner with Steve Palmer and The Indigo Road organization in the catering of the Riley Park Club. The quality and creativity of their food matches our desire to provide a unique, upscale experience for each attendee, whether it be at a RiverDogs baseball game or a Saturday evening wedding, as we begin a new era of top shelf hospitality at the Joe” said Marv Goldklang, Chairman and principal owner of the RiverDogs.
Game days at the Riley Park Club will feature complimentary beer and wine and a first class food experience in an all-inclusive ticket package. Construction of the Club is expected to be completed by early March, in time to host open houses and inaugural events prior to the RiverDogs 2017 baseball season.
“On behalf of The Indigo Road team, we are thrilled for Mercantile and Mash to be involved,” said Steve Palmer, Managing Partner of The Indigo Road. “Led by Mercantile and Mash’s executive chef Tim Morton, we are confident the culinary team will bring an elevated food experience to the RiverDogs venues.”
Designed by Charleston-based architectural firm LS3P in collaboration with BallparkDesignAssociates, the Club Level is being built by Mashburn Construction on the first base side of The Joe. The Club’s interior will feature lounge seating steeped in Lowcountry elegance, a drink rail overlooking the field of play, and padded, stadium-style seats on the exterior.
Rendering courtesy Charleston RiverDogs.