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Old Yesterday, 11:09 AM
 
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BRONX, N.Y. - Spring is here and Yankee Stadium is about to come alive for another baseball season. But there's another lineup that Yankees fans can get excited about. No pinstripes, just piping hot food. Part of a revamped menu at the ballpark.

“We have a top level team, a top level building. We want to make sure the food is always constantly evolving and changing. And making sure that we’re up to current trends," said Matt Gibson, Senior Executive Chef.

Gibson and the team's hospitality staff spent the off season reworking the menu. This year, the rookie dishes look promising including Shrimp Po’ Boy sandwiches, barbecue ribs and Big Mozz’s mozzarella sticks wrapped in a pizza crust.
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Old Yesterday, 01:06 PM
 
Location: New York City
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https://www.ny1.com/nyc/all-boroughs...nSF9e9pwebxINs

BRONX, N.Y. - Spring is here and Yankee Stadium is about to come alive for another baseball season. But there's another lineup that Yankees fans can get excited about. No pinstripes, just piping hot food. Part of a revamped menu at the ballpark.

“We have a top level team, a top level building. We want to make sure the food is always constantly evolving and changing. And making sure that we’re up to current trends," said Matt Gibson, Senior Executive Chef.

Gibson and the team's hospitality staff spent the off season reworking the menu. This year, the rookie dishes look promising including Shrimp Po’ Boy sandwiches, barbecue ribs and Big Mozz’s mozzarella sticks wrapped in a pizza crust.
Who cares. Wake me up when they get with the Atlanta Falcons program.

That is the new trend, dirt cheap concessions - the Yankees haven't gotten the memo yet so thanks but I'll pass on $20 beers and $25 sandwiches
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Old Yesterday, 01:07 PM
 
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https://www.ny1.com/nyc/all-boroughs...nSF9e9pwebxINs

BRONX, N.Y. - Spring is here and Yankee Stadium is about to come alive for another baseball season. But there's another lineup that Yankees fans can get excited about. No pinstripes, just piping hot food. Part of a revamped menu at the ballpark.

“We have a top level team, a top level building. We want to make sure the food is always constantly evolving and changing. And making sure that we’re up to current trends," said Matt Gibson, Senior Executive Chef.

Gibson and the team's hospitality staff spent the off season reworking the menu. This year, the rookie dishes look promising including Shrimp Po’ Boy sandwiches, barbecue ribs and Big Mozz’s mozzarella sticks wrapped in a pizza crust.
Heart attack waiting to happen
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Old Yesterday, 01:17 PM
 
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Ever since the new stadium was built nobody watches the games anymore. Every time I go the people are constantly busy getting and eating food. I've missed great moments because some a-hole was standing in front of me to run for more lobster bisque and craft beer. There have been plays that would have had the old stadium ROARING, but now, quiet as a church because nobody is even watching the action.
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Old Yesterday, 01:38 PM
 
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Just in time for those new comers at 610 River avenue lol.
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Old Yesterday, 02:21 PM
 
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Ever since the new stadium was built nobody watches the games anymore. Every time I go the people are constantly busy getting and eating food. I've missed great moments because some a-hole was standing in front of me to run for more lobster bisque and craft beer. There have been plays that would have had the old stadium ROARING, but now, quiet as a church because nobody is even watching the action.
Well... they haven't been playing all that great the past few seasons so what else is there to do but to stuff one's face. Shea Stadium (or whatever it's called now) had much better food fare so I'm glad the Yanks are finally catching up.
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Old Yesterday, 03:05 PM
 
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That big ice cream treat looks ridiculous.

I like the basic stuff, pizza, nachos, popcorn, peanuts, cotton candy, Bud Light
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Old Yesterday, 03:28 PM
 
Location: New York, NY
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All I need is an ice cold Pilsner and a hotdog. I go to a lot of Yankees games. Bleachers is my preferred section. Right on the field and cheap. I don’t sit the whole time anyway.
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Old Yesterday, 03:32 PM
 
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Heart attack waiting to happen
It's a baseball game, not weight watchers
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Old Yesterday, 03:56 PM
 
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It's a baseball game, not weight watchers
I said what I said
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