Bartesian cocktail machine reaches 15 MLB stadiums, plus NFL and NBA

Bartesian Cocktail Machine reaches 15 MLB stadiums through expanded deals with Aramark, Delaware North


Andre Cohen

The Bartesian automated cocktail maker is deployed in MLB, NFL and NBA stadiums through expanded partnerships with Aramark and Delaware North venue dealers. Fans can access Bartesian’s cocktail mixing machine at suites, clubs and concession stands at participating venues.

MLB stadiums featuring the Bartesian this season include Fenway Park, Wrigley Field, Minute Maid Park, RingCentral Coliseum, Citizens Bank Park, Kauffman Stadium, Truist Park, Great American Ball Park, Progressive Field, American Family Field, Oriole Park in Camden Yards, Target Field, Comerica Park, Angel Stadium and Globe Life Field. Bartesian’s machine combines packaged liqueurs and bitters, extracts, juice concentrates and mixers to pour cocktails at the touch of a button. The machine allows users to customize the alcohol content of each drink.

Delaware North, owned by the Jacobs family that also owns TD Garden and the Boston Bruins, began testing Bartesian in suites inside MLB venues in 2019. The machine will be available at all MLB, NBA and Delaware North NFL this year. Aramark deployed Bartesian last season in the NFL at Paul Brown Stadium, home of the Cincinnati Bengals.

Cocktail pouring machines similar to Bartesian include TendedBar, which is deployed at select PGA Tour events. Unlike Bartesian, TendedBar’s machine uses facial recognition to process self-service payments for drink orders.

Neal T. Doss