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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Ruggles at Enron Field

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Ruggles at Enron Field Restaurant Review

: Ruggles has the home-field advantage with its latest hit, located at center field of downtown’s new baseball field. Upscale entrepreneur Bruce Molzan is taking a swing at ballpark food, but you can bet this is not your father’s hot dog. Like at its other venues, you’ll find starters like grilled shrimp brochette, wrapped in bacon with jalapeño cheese biscuits, or crispy spring rolls, stuffed with smoked chicken and ginger and served with a peanut dipping sauce. Consider this a strong warning: seven or eight inventive vegetable concoctions, from whipped sweet potatoes to Mexican corn to goat-cheese potatoes au gratin, accompany every entrée. They’re so good, you may want to share a meal-in spite of the split-entrée charge-so that you don’t have to miss any course in this mind-bending feast. A tray of desserts nearly topples with so many selections that it seems impossible to choose. For a mere $100 per person, a group of 75 people can dine outside on a huge veranda overlooking the action on the field. For corporations looking for a memorable way to entertain clients, it’s a steal.

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