The 2021 College World Series food menu features a variety of treats including special nachos, tachos and taquitos.
A chicken hatch green chili taquito will be among the new items this year at the College World Series. The taquitos are served with an avocado crema and fire roasted salsa.
The home run burger is a classic at TD Ameritrade Park during the College World Series. The burger features bacon, sweet pickles, barbecue sauce and fried onions.
The grounds crew tachos return to concession stands at the College World Series this year. The dish featuring tater tots covered in a plethora of goodies pays tribute to the groundskeepers at TD Ameritrade Park.
The grand slam nachos at the College World Series come in a home plate shaped platter.
The “NachOmaha” is a new item available this year at the College World Series. The nachos feature Omaha Steak and Volcanic Peppers’ hot sauce.
Fans at the suite level can enjoy a classic Reuben sandwich at this year’s College World Series.
In a typical year, the College World Series would boast opening ceremonies, fireworks, autograph sessions and open practices. But this is not a typical year.
COVID cases are down and vaccinations help protect fans attending the College World Series. But experts note that the pandemic is not over, and the crowded ballpark won't be risk-free.
Ahead of the first College World Series game, officials with the city, the NCAA and the CWS outlined what fans need to know about tickets, fan events, security and more.
Special app for finding parking. New rapid bus routes. A free bike corral. Getting to the College World Series can take some planning — and an understanding of new rules and options.
After the COVID pandemic forced the cancellation of the College World Series last year, businesses near the ballpark are eager to get the party started once again.
As business owners welcome the return of the College World Series, they continue to deal with ongoing labor shortages.
College World Series games on Thursday and Friday are themed.
Friendship as well as baseball have kept a Louisiana crew coming back to Omaha to commune with their CWS friends for 20 years, whether LSU makes it to the series or not.
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