Across the country, ballpark concessions are hitting it out of the park.
Fans are leaving their diets at home for such concoctions as the D-Bat Dog, an 18-inch corn dog stuffed with toppings, at the Arizona Diamondbacks' games and the three-pound banana split scooped up at Chicago White Sox games.
Here at home, Harrisburg Senators baseball fans will find several new items at when the
They'll be serving chorizo sausage, nachos, hamburgers and hot dogs at the new Bud Light Limerita Bar behind centerfield.While those menu items may sound ordinary, the creativity is centered around the toppings.
Paul Deiana-Molnar, executive chef at the park under Delaware North Companies, said toppings choices include sauerkraut, peppers and onions, mushrooms and a chipotle barbecue rubbed pulled pork.
So fans can take their orders to the extreme by requesting pulled pork on top of their burger, nachos or hot dog.
In the River City section, there will be a new 6-ounce hamburger topped with buttermilk fried onions and tomato jam. It will sell for .75.
Familiar concessions such as Spot Dogs and wings from The Spot and Arooga's Grille House Sports Bar return for the season. For the first time, Arooga's popular crab fries will be available at the games.
Several new items also are on the menu in the park's suites. Items include Arooga's buffalo chicken dip, a spinach artichoke dip, bacon bleu cheese potato salad, Philly cheese steaks, flatbread pizza, Polish sausage and pierogies.
Deiana-Molnar said he's also tinkering around with some boozy milkshakes including a Disaronno shake.
And despite all of the creativity, Deiana-Molnar said the two most popular sellers at the park are none other than, hot dogs and chicken nuggets. Guess that's a home run for the chicken nuggets.
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