Keys Announce Nightly MWC Specials

Keys Offer Affordable Deals and Rollout Special New Menus

By Frederick Keys | March 13, 2014 3:13 PM ET

The Frederick Keys are proud to announce an exciting weekly menu selection coming to the Mattress Warehouse Club-the team's upscale, climate-controlled restaurant-for the 2014 season. In addition to the return of fan-favorite specials, Keys faithful can also look forward to a fresh Hump Day menu as well as a host of specialty nights throughout the season.

Things get off to an exciting start with Taco Tuesdays. From the time gates open until one hour into the game, fans can help themselves to a fully-stocked taco bar as well as chips & salsa, fiesta salad and much more.

Thirsty Thursdays also present plenty of options. Besides getting to choose from a stocked menu which includes chicken wings and chef's choice sliders, patrons will receive four beer tokens, which they can use to sample Flying Dog and Brewer's Alley selections on tap.

Some of the new features this season include a brand new, mouth-watering, Hump Day Menu. Equipped with a baked potato bar, Cajun cheddar stuffed burgers, Esskay all-beef hotdogs, plus cookies and brownie treats, fans will also receive four beer tokens for the night.

Meanwhile, Friday's Surf and Turf Menu receives an upgrade. To go along with baked salmon, a lightly seasoned New York Strip steak joins the list of offerings, giving fans another tasty option. Sundays rotate between a mid-day brunch for 2 p.m. games and a Sunday Night Fever menu for 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. starts.  

This year's calendar includes periodic specialty nights as well. Among the highlights, are Flying Dog Beer Pairings on April 23 and August 26 and a Brewer's Alley Beer Pairing on May 21. The team has also put together fresh menus for Girls Night Out (May 30), Christmas in July (July 25) and Salute to the Orioles Night (July 26). 

For more information about this year's Mattress Warehouse Club offerings, fans can visit or contact an account manager at 301-815-9900. 

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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