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[Minneapolis - Target Field] Kramarczuk's Sausages at Target Field

Kramarczuk's Sausages are a new classic at Target Field! You can find them at sections 312, 112, and 101.

See all my Target Field posts here to plan your trip to the Twins game (most posts have full menu pictures)!

All that I know about Kramarczuk’s I learned at Target Field during Minnesota Twins baseball games. And I learned something new this season.
For me, their bratwurst and polish sausage, available by sections 312, 112 and 101, were OK. I tried my first when the stadium opened in 2010. 

For this blog post, I tried for the first time their brat with their grilled sauerkraut AND their grilled onions! Delicious!

Don’t add too much mustard. Just a touch.
Then all of the flavors, of the sausage, sauerkraut, even with bacon in it, the onions, and, yes, the bun, make a mouthful of wonderful flavor.

Mike has always liked the polish sausage with a little mustard. I’m harder to please than he is, but if you like a tasty sausage done up simply, this is the food for you at least a few times each season.

Kramarczuk’s, we knew, is a well known Minneapolis sausage maker, bakery and restaurant. That’s part of why they became a vendor at Target Field. We’ve never been to their store at 215 East Hennepin Avenue, but still want to try it (

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