Target Field spices up its All-Star Game food menu


Target Field. (Bruce Kluckhohn-USA TODAY Sports)

The MLB all-star game doesn’t mess around when it comes to food options.

Last year, Kansas City Royals’ James Shields, George Brett and Eric Hosmer sampled various items from the All-Star Game at Citi Field, including the pastrami dog, meatball Italian hero and Keith Hernandez Tex burger.

This year’s menu might even be better. Management company Delaware North and ESPN’s Darren Rovell have a sneak peak of what food you can order at Target Field in Minneapolis on July 15.

With self-serve beer stations and items like the “Hangover burger” and lobster-filled corn dogs, it’s off to a good start.

Now if only the Choomongous would make an appearance…


Bouble Play ALL STAR Foot Long Sausage. (Courtesy of Delaware North)

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Kelyn Soong is a news aide and blogger and covers high school tennis for The Washington Post sports section.

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