Doyer Dogs Top New Food Choices At Dodger Stadium
Several additions have been made to the food and beverage choices at Dodger Stadium for this season, most prominently the “Doyer Dog.”
The Doyer Dog is a grilled all-beef hot dog served with chili, nacho cheese, chopped tomatoes, onions and jalapenos.
It will be served at Camacho’s stands throughout the stadium. The name was inspired by the Spanish-language version of the team’s name.
The initial report of the Doyer Dog prompted some comments, generally positive, on the social networking site Twitter, including the question is it bacon-wrapped. It is not.
Other changes to the food and beverage choices at Dodger Stadium are the expansion of the menu at the Healthy Plate Carts to include an arugula salad with toasted walnuts, goat cheese, pomegranate seeds and balsamic vinaigrette dressing and a “Farmer’s Market” Greek salad.
The Stadium Club and Dugout Club will feature such new beverages as “The All-Star,” made with Absolut vodka and Dekuyper Sour Apple Pucker, “Charge,” made with Absolut vodka with a Sobe Full Throttle energy drink; and “Go Blue!” made with Absolut vodka; lemonade and a splash of Dekuyper luscious blueberry blast schnapps.
Turkey burgers on whole wheat buns will be sold on the field, loge and reserve levels.
The Dodgertown Deli replaces the Canter’s Delicatessen that had been on the Field Level since 2008.
Its menu includes a hot pastrami sandwich served on a French roll with pickle chips; a roast beef sandwich made with sliced over-roasted top sirloin on a French roll; and a barbecue roast beef sandwich made with sliced top sirloin on a hamburger bun.
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