By Marissa Bailey

CHICAGO (CBS) — With Opening Day less than a week away, the home of the Chicago White Sox looks pretty much the same.

But with the new name – Guaranteed Rate Field — comes new food and a new high-end space to take in the game, CBS 2’s Marissa Bailey reports.

Brisket, tacos, vegetable salads and even the new “Guaran-Tea” bourbon tea are all part of the new food you’ll find at the ballpark when the White Sox open their season by hosting the Tigers on Monday afternoon.

There also will be “wok-off noodles,” or stir fry noodles served with egg lo mein noodles and vegetables.

Some of these menu items will be available in the new “Suite 134” that’s available for rent to you and 25 of your closest friends. Cost ranges from $4,000 to $6,000 but includes your game ticket, food and beer and pop options.

On the beverage side, ballpark patrons can mosey up to the Craft Kave and choose from 75 different craft beers from the Midwest, including Chicago breweries.

First pitch is set for 3:10 p.m. Monday.