https://twitter.com/bigleaguestew/status/713071006340886528#BlueJays have added Chicken & Waffle On A Stick w/ maple Sriracha drizzle and broccoli/cabbage slaw.
http://www.foxsports.com/mlb/story/...ays-aramark-delaware-north-concessions-032416But the Jays are also staying true to their roots with a unique twist on a Canadian favorite: poutine. Instead of the traditional French fries and cheese curds, the Jays are going with a Buffalo Cauliflower Poutine, which will be made out of breaded cauliflower covered in buffalo sauce with a hefty helping of cheese curds, gravy and scallions. There is a vegetable in there, so maybe it technically counts as a healthy option.
https://twitter.com/bigleaguestew?ref_src=twsrc^google|twcamp^serp|twgr^authorHere's #Astros' Sweet Potato Waffle Chicken Sandwich: sweet potato waffle w/ grilled chicken breast & Greek yogurt.
https://twitter.com/darrenrovell/status/713038335812435969New at @astros games: Irish Nachos -- kettle chips with jalapeño queso (via @AramarkSports)
https://twitter.com/bigleaguestew?ref_src=twsrc^google|twcamp^serp|twgr^authorThe Kansas City Royals will feature the Champions Alley Dog, which is a bacon-wrapped, tempura-battered hot dog with sweet slaw and chipotle ketchup on a pretzel bun.
https://twitter.com/bigleaguestew?ref_src=twsrc^google|twcamp^serp|twgr^author#Mets introduce 108 Burger: 6 oz. LaFrieda burger w/ hot pastrami, NY deli mustard, Havarti cheese and pretzel roll.
https://twitter.com/bigleaguestew?ref_src=twsrc^google|twcamp^serp|twgr^authorKorean Fried Pork Belly Sandwich by @andrewzimmern to be sold by Phillies, Red Sox, Rockies, Pirates, Royals, Astros
http://espn.go.com/espn/story/_/pag...lb-teams-release-wild-new-ballpark-foods-fansThe Arizona Diamondbacks have also been strong in the food department, and they're back with a Cheeseburger Dog. It's a hot dog made of CHAR-GRILLED HAMBURGERS. They've been ground up and mixed with chopped smoked bacon, green onion and cheddar cheese. They are then breaded with milk and flour, deep-fried and served on a hot dog bun with smoked bacon and secret sauce!
http://espn.go.com/espn/story/_/pag...lb-teams-release-wild-new-ballpark-foods-fansThe Boston Red Sox are offering a Savenor's Steak Tip Sandwich. It's marinated tips with cheese and BBQ sauce on a crusty roll.
http://www.foxsports.com/mlb/story/...ays-aramark-delaware-north-concessions-032416For those hoping to up the cholesterol intake, head to Citizens Bank Park, home of the Philadelphia Phillies, where fans can buy a delicious helping of Duck Fat Fries. The Phillies will also sell a Sonoran Dog, which is a normal hot dog wrapped in hickory bacon with a tomatillo salsa verde, Tabasco mayo and -- of course -- some chopped tomato and onions.
http://www.prnewswire.com/news-rele...-mlb-opening-day-300240579.html#continue-jumpChipotle Pescado – Coffee-rubbed salmon on a tortilla, served with mango-jalapeño ranch and a chipotle aioli (Houston Astros)
http://www.prnewswire.com/news-rele...-mlb-opening-day-300240579.html#continue-jump(Phillies, Red Sox, Rockies, Pirates, Royals, Astros)
Canteen Dog- Piedmontese hot dog with roasted vegetable mayo, house-made grain mustard, cabbage slaw and pickled jalapeños on a toasted bun
Canteen Sausage- Cheddar sausage with roasted vegetable mayo, house-made grain mustard, cabbage slaw and pickled jalapeños, on a toasted bun
The Cincinnati Reds invited media to a tasting of new concession offerings joining the lineup at Great American Ball Park for the 2016 season.
And first on the break-your-diet menu items is the Flying Pig. OK, this is more of a return than a new entry, but it's going to be difficult for any Cincinnatian to pass up a mettwurst wrapped in bacon and topped with hot peppers, pickled onions and honey creme.
lip N' Go, a line of packaged salads, fruit and healthy sandwiches, is available at the UDF stores throughout the ballpark. Just turn them upside down, take off what was the bottom and eat from the container. The selection includes a fruit salad cup, a grilled chicken sandwich, a green salad, turkey in a wheat wrap and a roasted vegetable spinach wrap. There are even fresh vegetables with a healthy dip.
Most people will never get past the Crab Box served at the Fry Box. This is a mound of fries buried under lump crabmeat, cheese and seafood seasoning. Folks might want seconds -- and stretchy waistbands. If thats not your thing, also new this year are the Machine Room fries, topped with chili, queso and banana peppers, and the fajita bowl. (That's a bit healthier but is still full of carbs with its white rice, tortilla and quest.)
For folks who somehow manage to avoid most of the eats mentioned above, there are killer new desserts and treats at GABP this year. For example, say hello to Taste of Belgiums Reds waffle. TOB owner Jean-Francois Flechet described his concoction as a marriage of his traditional waffle and American red velvet cake that is topped with a cheese creme and sprinkles. The ballpark also has put together a new ice cream stand that lets you coat vanilla ice cream with milk chocolate on a stick, then drizzle it with any topping of your choice.
Any new things at Wrigley?
Yeah prices are pretty outrageous.The Cubs charge far higher than league average for food that's below league average quality.
Much like the tickets to the team the last thirty years.
Now the team is good, and destined to sell out regardless, so why bother having new things?
$5.75 for a hot dog, league average $4.39. Small beer $7.75 versus $6 average. Fan cost index of $301 vs average of $212.
Want a better deal with better stuff? Head to the South Side.
New at Safeco Field (Seattle Mariners) in 2016: The Big Cheese grilled cheese sandwich bar near Section 111. You're looking at the Bacon, Cheese & Tomato SandwichBeecher's Just Jack cheese with Hempler's Meats cottage-style bacon and a sliced tomato on buttered, toasted Baker Boys brioche bread.
Dry Aged 38 oz Tomahawk Chop (available in the Delta Chop House) (New York Mets)
Rao's Steak Pizzaiola Hero (New York Mets)
Catch of the Day Dave's Clam and Corn Chowder (New York Mets)
Mama's Corona Cannolis (New York Mets)
Fuku Spicy Chicken Sandwich (New York Mets)
Bacon on a Stick (New York Mets)
Pat La Frieda's Steak Frites (New York Mets)
Deep Fried Rice Balls stuffed with Nutella and topped with cinnamon sugar (New York Mets)
The fourth location of David Chang's wildly popular fried chicken sandwich restaurant Fuku is landing at Citi Field next week. The Fuku stand will be on the First Level Concourse, adjacent to Section 102. The menu will include the spicy fried chicken sandwich, fries, Fuku fingers, and Milk Bar cookies. The stand will be open during all Citi Field events, and it will be ready on opening day, April 8.
Lamb Koefte Burrito (Phillies, Rockies, Red Sox, Royals, Astros, Pirates
Celebrity chef Andrew Zimmern developed four signature items this season for Aramark ballparks. This burrito combines lamb, fried eggplant slices, tomato-cucumber salad, green hot sauce and tahini inside a tortilla. The maximum portability of a burrito is a smart vehicle for these flavors, especially since it comes inside an adorable Zimmern-themed paper sleeve, and the fried eggplant may add an interesting crunch.
https://twitter.com/darrenrovell/status/715600663846084609New at @Marlins games: Fried Chicken w/Pimento Grilled Cheese (H/T @GlennGeffner)
https://twitter.com/darrenrovell/status/715609210231267328Yankees are selling a two-foot cheesesteak at games this year for $27
https://twitter.com/darrenrovell/status/715218409852682244New at @Mets games: Deep Fried Cheesecake On A Stick
http://m.mlb.com/cutfour/2016/03/31...d=715689233311117312&adbpl=tw&adbpr=241544156If you're a breakfast fiend, who is always on the hunt for fried chicken and waffles, but hate the mess, the Yankees are there to help you out, too. They'll be serving up fried chicken and waffle sandwiches, the deliciously spiced-and-breaded meat housed between two Yankees-branded waffles.
http://m.mlb.com/cutfour/2016/03/31...d=715689233311117312&adbpl=tw&adbpr=241544156Bacon on a Stick (New York Yankees)
http://atlantarestaurants.blog.ajc.com/2017/03/23/heres-a-sneak-peek-of-the-food-at-suntrust-park/The Atlanta Braves home opener is just a couple weeks away, and fans heading to the game should come hungry. Today, Delaware North Sportservice, which manages food and beverage service at SunTrust Park, unveiled a locally focused lineup of food options at the new stadium.
The ballparks concessions will be grounded in providing regionally inspired dishes using local ingredients and companies. A Taste of Braves Country program will showcases southern cooking from six states considered to be Braves Country: Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, Mississippi and Alabama. Time-tested dishes and flavors from around the south will be found on concessions menus across the ballpark.
The Taste of Braves Country program includes dishes from throughout the Southeast, highlighted by:
Georgia: Fox Bros. BBQ; Hugh Acheson 1st & 3rd Hot Dog and Sausage Shack, Chick-fil-A; Waffle House.
South Carolina: Pimento Cheese Patty Melt, served with caramelized onions and smoked paprika on rye.
North Carolina: Smoked whole hog BBQ sandwich, served on white bread with chopped southern slaw and vinegar BBQ sauce.
Tennessee: Nashville Hot Chicken, served with bread & butter pickles.
Mississippi: Blackened Catfish Po Boy Taco, served with slaw and Comeback Sauce.
Alabama: Fried Tomahawk Pork Chop, served on an extra-large potato roll with collard green slaw and white BBQ sauce.
Highlights of Georgia restaurants include Fox Bros. BBQ (with a stand in the stadium as well as at the new Terrapin Taproom), Hugh Achesons 1st & 3rd Hot Dog and Sausage Shack, Gus Dumpling cart, multiple Chick-fil-A concessions and a Waffle House concession stand. Other Atlanta staples include H&F Burger, King of Pops, Mayfield Creamery Ice Cream and a Tomahawk Ice Cream Bar from local producer High Road Craft Creamery.
Other themed concessions include Taco Factory, serving street tacos and bowls. The Slice will offer Italian fare, including the massive Burgerizza that sees 24 ounces of ground beef, 1/4-pound of hickory smoked bacon and six slices of aged cheddar sandwiched between two 8-inch pepperoni pizzas. The Burgerizza ($26) is enough to feed four people.
Among snacks, families can check out the Sandlot Snacks, a nut-free location selling a variety of kid-friendly eats, including giant pretzels in the shape of the Atlanta Braves A script. At Potato Cutter, fans can order house-cut French fries with unique seasonings. Centerfield Market will offer grab-and-go meals, snacks and alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages. Here, fans will also find gluten-free hot dogs and popsicles from local King of Pops. Throughout the stadium, look for carts selling Tomahawk Ice Cream Bars that feature local High Road Craft Creamery ice cream shaped like a tomahawk and dipped to order in chocolate sauce, then rolled in crushed peanuts.
As part of its commitment to support the local food community, Sportservice is launching a Farm to Fan initiative to bring fresh, homegrown ingredients to the ballpark from Atlanta-area farms and other local producers. Through a partnership with Atlanta-based produce wholesaler Turnip Truck, it will draw from a network of more than 40 Atlanta-area farms, urban and college gardens, and other local producers to incorporate their produce into a variety of concessions dishes. The produce and fresh ingredients will vary throughout the season based on market availability and each game will feature a different farm or local company. The Farm to Fan logo at concession stands throughout the ballpark will indicate the featured produce item of the game.