LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Fans coming to Dodger Stadium for Opening Day should come hungry – the stadium’s has a few new heavy hitters on concession stand menus.
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Dodger Stadium Executive Chef Jason Tingley said the new food items, which are a tribute to the roots of baseball, include:
— the Gouda Kobe Burger, Kobe beef, topped with caramelized onions, pickle, smoked Gouda and special dressing, available at Elysian Park Grill;
— Dodger Dog topped with Pulled Pork available at the smokehouse stand at the Think Blue Barbecue;
— King’s Hawaiian Dog, an all-beef quarter-pound hot dog topped off with a pineapple salsa, served on King’s Hawaiian bread;
— Pastrami Burger, a quarter-pound beef patty on a potato bun topped with hot pastrami, drizzled stone-ground mustard served with Kettle Style home chips and a pickle spear;
— Shock Top Bratwurst, spicy pork bratwurst link infused with Shock Top beer served on a buttered-grilled lobster roll with caramelized onions and spicy brown mustard; and
— Cast Iron Corn Bread and Fried Chicken available at the Stadium Club Bar with limited quantities per day.
Fans who don’t have a taste for standard baseball stadium fare can also nosh on a menu item Tingley would choose for himself.
“Oh my God, I have this tamale, it’s my favorite thing to eat,” Tingley said. “It’s a beef tamale, with chili on top of it, and onions.”
Fans’ dining experience is enhanced by the addition of more standing room tables and stools at the top of the park, for an opportunity to eat with a view of picturesque Dodger Stadium.MORE NEWS: Omicron Surge Still Raging In Southland, Despite Decline In Other Parts Of Country
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