Masters food menu 2023: Cheese straws, peach ice cream join pimento cheese sandwich on menu


Masters food prices 2023
Masters food prices 2023

Masters food menu 2023

Not only is the Masters golf’s most exclusive tournament. It’s also the tastiest. With a host of delectable (and affordable) foodstuffs, Augusta National offers more than just entertainment for prospective attendees.

From gooey pimento cheese to egg salad sandwiches, it always seems like patrons are left feeling satisfied after getting a taste of their favorite fixings. With a fan favorite slated to return to the menu, it should only add to their delight.

With that, here’s what you need to know about the Masters food menu and prices in 2023.

Masters food menu and prices 2023

This year’s Masters menu is littered with time-honored classics, including that pimento sandwich — mounded with an assortment of cheeses and spices. However, it’s a newbie— or rather an oldie returning to the fore — that has brought the most hype.

For starters, the world famous peach ice cream sandwich made an appearance at the Augusta National Women’s Amateur, fueling rumors that it could be featured at the grand old tournament come the weekend.

ConcessionPrice (USD)
Egg Salad$1.50
Pimento Cheese$1.50
Pork Bar-B-Que$3.00
Masters Club$3.00
Chicken Salad on Honey Wheat$3.00
Classic Chicken$3.00
Ham & Cheese on Rye$3.00
Masters Blend Fresh Brewed Coffee$1.50
Chicken Biscuit$2.00
Breakfast Sandwich$3.00
Blueberry Muffin$1.50
Fresh Mixed Fruit$2.00
Soft Drinks$2.00
Bottled Water$2.00
Fresh Brewed Iced Tea$2.00
Domestic Beer$5.00
Import Beer$5.00
Crow’s Nest$5.00
White Wine$6.00
Chips (Plain and BBQ)$1.50
Southern Cheese Straws$2.00
Georgia Pecan Caramel Popcorn$1.50
Georgia Peach Ice Cream Sandwich$2.50

Why are Masters food prices so cheap?

Compared to other sporting events, where overpriced concessions eat away at consumers’ pockets, the Masters is a breath of fresh air.

The reason why foodstuffs are so cheap: simple economics, per sports economist and University of Georgia assistant professor Steve Salaga.

“We have to remember, the total cost of event attendance includes travel and transaction costs, the cost of the ticket itself, as well as any parking, concessions, and souvenirs purchased,” Salaga told Fox Business.

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