New concession items coming to Comerica Park for 2014 season

By Derick Hutchinson, ClickOnDetroit.com
Published On: Mar 21 2014 02:56:35 PM EDT
DETROIT -

The Detroit Tigers and food, beverage and retail services partner Delaware North Companies Sportservice announced today that several new menu items will be added for the 2014 season at Comerica Park.

In the Tigers Food Court, four new hot dogs have been added to the Topped Dogs stand: The Slaw Dog (natural casing frank with Coney chili and coleslaw), the Pork & Beans Dog (natural casing frank with baked beans, cheddar cheese and bacon), the Late Night Dog (natural casing frank with fried egg, bacon and cheddar cheese) and the Poutine Dog (natural casing frank with French fries, cheese curds and beef gravy).

Also in the Tigers Food Court, the Mexican Stand will now feature a Burrito Bowl (a fried tortilla shell filled with lettuce, cilantro lime rice, roasted corn, black beans and slow-braised chicken or taco meat, topped with pico de gallo and cheddar cheese; a meatless bowl is also available).

The Taco Cart, which is near section 135 on level one, has been bolstered with Street Tacos -- corn or flour tortillas with slow-roasted chicken, pork or beef barbacoa topped with pico de gallo and cheddar and Cojita cheeses, garnished with onion, cilantro, lime and taco chili sauce.

"Our culinary team is constantly looking to bring Tigers fans the best possible ballpark experience through our food," said Mark Szubeczak, executive chef for Delaware North Companies Sportservice at Comerica Park.

Additional menu items in the suites include Italian Sausage Alforno, Polish Sausage, Tamales, Fajitas, Lobster Mac & Cheese, Burrito Bowls, Turkey Burgers, an Italian Sub (local Italian bread with lettuce, Capicola, Sopressata, Mortadella and provolone cheese, tossed with olive oil and white balsamic vinegar) and the Meatball Trio (an Italian beef meatball with marinara, an Asian BBQ pork meatball and a turkey meatball with cornbread crumb and natural jus).

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