Cubs introduce new food options for 2013

The days of simply serving hot dogs and Cracker Jacks are firmly in the past.

For the 2013 season, Levy Restaurants will be selling a wide, new selection of food offerings at Wrigley Field, including Dippin’ Dots ice cream and Uncle Dougie’s Barbeque Sauce. Chicago-based Uncle Dougie’s, which makes natural, gluten-free, small-batch products with no high-fructose corn syrup, MSG or preservatives, becomes the official barbeque sauce and official Bloody Mary mix of the Chicago Cubs.

In addition, Levy will debut new vegetarian dishes like the veggie hot dog, as well as a chopped salad. Those options will join the veggie burger, fruit and veggie cups, and other vegetarian items.

The High Plains Bison cart, located on the right field main concourse, will feature a bison bratwurst with sauerkraut or grilled onions, a bison Italian sausage with sautéed peppers and marinara, and a footlong bison hot dog with various toppings.

Levy will also debut pretzel sandwiches like the ham and Swiss, roast beef and cheddar, turkey and Swiss, or vegetable. Other options include an Italian beef sandwich called the Sheffield Dip, Italian beef nachos, a footlong hot dog called the Chicago Chop, and Chicken and Waffle Stix.

Guests interested in the Wrigley Field food options can search the amenities map on the Cubs website.

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Chicken and Waffles Stix? I must be missing something.

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Can you tell me where will the pretzels sandwiches and Italian beef nachos be found? I couldn’t find them in any of the stands on the amenities map.

Very excited that Wrigley is finally changing up their BBQ sauces. The old one the Cubs carried just didn’t cut it– the taste was way too overwhelming. Glad to see the tradition is being carried on by adding the real Chicago style sauce.

our son loves Dippin Dots!!!

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