Surprise Stadium, Spring Training: New food, drink items for Kansas City Royals, Texas Rangers fans

Posted at 2:37 PM, Feb 25, 2017
and last updated 2017-02-27 17:38:33-05

Fans of the Texas Rangers and Kansas City Royals will have at least two new treats to snack on while watching Spring Training games this season.

That's because the vendors at Surprise Stadium have added a couple new options to the menu. Scroll below to check it out.

Make sure to check out our Spring Training special section for coverage and other stories. 

THE TRIPLE PLAY DOG: it's a hot dog wrapped in a burger patty that is wrapped with two bacon strips. Hot dogs, burgers and beer make up for a majority of concession sales at Surprise Stadium, according to the concessions manager. But each year stadiums think of innovative menu items to get fans excited. With this recipe, they combined two of their top items and turned it into a category all on its own. It costs $8.75 and is 890 calories.

If you want to be even more adventurous, you can even add nacho cheese.

MACARONI WITH A BRAT: This dish does not get any more simple -- mac n cheese and a bratwurst link. 

MARGARITAS: The margaritas themselves are not new to Surprise Stadium, but the glassware is. For $15 fans get two shots of "premium tequila" in this margarita and can to take the mason jar home. Your next decision is which team you're cheering for -- Rangers or Royals.

MORE CRAFT BEER: Beer and baseball go hand in hand. Fans will now find more craft beer options at Surprise Stadium from Tempe-based Four Peaks, State 48, a recently-opened brewery in Surprise; Texas-based Shiner Bock and Kansas City-based Boulevard Brewing Company.