All-Star game ‘Brat Dog’ mixes local culture and unabashed indulgence
Let’s face it, when you attend a baseball game, you don’t necessarily pay attention to calories or fat. So when it comes to the All-Star game, it’s definitely a night to eat like King Henry VIII. Surfing the Target Field menu, ESPN Sports Business Reporter Darren Rovell tweeted a “must have” for any out of town fan (including British royalty), and the locals probably should have one too. I bring you “The Brat Dog”:
MLB All-Star Food: The BratDog, a hot dog wrapped in a brat wrapped in bacon on a pretzel roll ($12) pic.twitter.com/hnQKTooXCO
— darren rovell (@darrenrovell) July 7, 2014
The only thing missing is the cheese! Or is that Wisconsin!? In general, brats are probably more associated with Minnesota’s neighbor to the east, however, this state rivalry knows no bounds, and I’d have to say, Miller Park probably has nothing on this monstrosity.
– David Whitlock