Bless You Boys! Playoff menus, gear at Comerica Park

Published On: Oct 04 2013 10:31:06 AM EDT

The Detroit Tigers and Delaware North Companies Sportservice -- the team’s food, beverage and retail partner -- this week unveiled a series of specialty concession items, created for the American League Division Series.
Special Section: Bless You Boys

View: Tigers ALDS roster

Tigers fans can look forward to the following menu additions:

50/50 Burger – 50% ground bacon, 50% ground beef, 100% flavor! Exclusive burger topped with onion rings, more smoked bacon and smothered with BBQ sauce; served on a fresh bun with a side of fries.
Location: 313 Burger Co. and the portable cart near Section 131

Prime Time – Smoked prime rib, topped with sautéed onions, fresh tomatoes and lettuce, folded into naan bread with Sriracha horseradish mayo; served with a heaping handful of chips.
Location:  Brushfire Grille

Triple Smoke Sampler – Slices of house-smoked turkey, brisket and pulled pork, and drizzled with BBQ sauce; served with cole slaw and corn bread.
Location:  Brushfire Grille

Shortcake Slider - Sweet strawberries, a scoop of vanilla ice cream loaded between two fresh-made waffles.  
Location:  Big Cat Court Hudsonville Ice Cream stand

Exclusive ALDS Tigers gear is now available at Comerica Park. Tigers fans can wear their team pride with division champion hats, “We own the Central” shirts, postseason sweatshirts, as well as ALDS items, and of course, classic Detroit Tigers gear, all available in the D Shop and various retail outlets throughout Comerica Park.  


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