You'd better have a hearty appetite (and a good chunk of change), if you want to spring for the Twins' latest signature drink.
The Buffalo Chicken Bloody Mary features a chicken wing, celery, blue cheese, cheddar cheese, a pepperoni stick, a pepperoncini and an olive. If that wasn't enough, fans can upgrade the drink to include a burger slider.
The drink will be served at Hrbek's Pub near Section 114 at Target Field. A similar version cost $19 last year, though the Twins haven't officially unveiled the price for this year's creation.
The Bloody Mary was one of about 10 new menu offerings the Twins unveiled Tuesday. They also introduced several new burgers and a poutine dish from Red Cow, chili and a cocktail from the Loon Cafe, burritos and burrito bowls from Barrio and pizza from Pizza Luce.
It's all part of the team's plan of becoming a food "gateway" for visitors to the Twin Cities, said Pete Spike, general manager of Delaware North Sportservice.
"(Visitors) can experience a lot of what they love about the Twin Cities food scene right here at the ballpark and the ballgame without having to go make maybe six or seven stops," he said.
Here's what you need to know about the new food options, including where to find them:
--Pizza Luce (Minnie & Paul's Pub): The 23-year-old pizza restaurant is making its Target Field debut in the new pub, which is located above center field. Meat lovers should go for a new variety called TC Bear (Italian sausage, pepperoni, chicken, ground beef and Canadian bacon with mozzarella). The restaurant will also serve a variety of vegan and gluten-free options.
Slices cost $5.50-$6.50, 16-inch whole pies cost $30-$36 and 10-inch gluten-free pies cost $26-$36.
--Red Cow (Minnie & Paul's Pub): The well-known burger joint will serve three burgers: the Ultimate Red Cow (an Angus burger with cheddar, cheese iceberg lettuce, tomato, onion and Red Cow sauce -- $14), the Blues Burger (an Angus burger with apricot jam and local blue cheese -- $14) and a turkey burger with arugula, sliced radishes, pistachios and cilantro lime aioli ($13). Beer cheese poutine ($12.50) will also be available.
--Barrio (Sections 105 and 205): The Mexican restaurant will be selling veggie and Barbacoa burritos and burrito bowls.
--Hot Pretzel Bites & Brews (Section 101): This new cart will be offering three varieties of pretzel bites: Savory (topped with beef gravy and Monterey jack cheese), Sweet (topped with berries, Nutella sauce and whipped cream) and Local (topped with Summit beer cheese, candied bacon and pepper). Each costs $9.
--Hrbek's Pub (Section 114): New this year will be prime rib sliders and walleye tacos. The sliders are topped with a horseradish spread and caramelized onions. The tacos come with mango salsa, cabbage and lime.
--Northshore Creamery (Sections 109, 118, 126, 131, 205, 219, 232 and K): The ice cream vendor will offer Izzy's soft serve.
--Izzabella! Gelato by Izzy's (Sections 119 and 202).
--Hot Indian Foods (Section 120): The stand has added a mango lassi yogurt-based drink.
--Legends Club: New options include chocolate mousse cup and buffalo chicken poutine.
Of course, the Twins didn't forget the old favorites such as hot dogs, peanuts and cracker jacks, which will be available throughout the park. Also back is the Murray's steak sandwich (Sections 105, 118, 319 and the Legends Club -- $16), the kosher dog (Section 129 -- $6) and the Kramarczuk's Sausage (Sections 112, 117, 312 and the Legends Club).
Find a complete list of Twins concessions here.
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