ABC15 DIGITAL EXCLUSIVE: STEAK AND ALE TOTS! New D-backs 2018 regular season menu

PHOENIX - The Arizona Diamondbacks just released the newest menu items for the upcoming 2018 season and talk about a culinary grand slam! 

Arizona, meet the Diamondbacks' newest addition to the regular season rotation, the ASADA DOG. An 18-inch Schreiner's hot dog is coated in Monterrey jack cheese sauce and dressed up with loads of carne asada, Pico de Gallo, fresh guacamole and a boat-load of fries. ALL on a Talera hot dog bun. This ballpark beast will be available at Big Dawgs. 

Every season the D-backs attempt to outdo last year's menu and this might be 2018's concession champion. STEAK AND ALE TOTS. A bed of crisp tater tots is painted with Kilt Lifter pub queso and topped with a storm of hearty Philly Ribeye, chive cream, mushrooms and onions. You will find this All-Star snack at Taste of Chase.

Watch the video above to see the tasty treats the D-backs will be serving up this regular season!

UPDATE 3/5/18:

Two more additions to the lineup!

The Curd & Q Burger consists of a chuck patty blanketed with pulled pork and crisp slaw. Don't forget the sprinkle of white cheddar cheese curds on top! You will find this at Burger Burger on the Suite Level.

The Fried Chicken Banh Mi puts a ballpark spin on traditional Vietnamese bread! A crispy chicken fillet with garlic-cilantro aioli hosts layers of pickled daikon, pickled carrots and cucumbers resting on a local hoagie roll. You will find this at Taste of Chase.


The Diamondbacks are known for exceptional concession creations, such as the D-Bat Dog, an 18-inch corn dog stuffed with cheddar cheese, jalapenos and bacon, and the Churro Dog, a warm cinnamon churro sitting in a Long John chocolate-glazed donut that is topped with frozen yogurt, caramel and chocolate sauces.

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