Baseball is Back, Get Ready To Indulge at Comerica Park
Today is one of the best days of the year. The boys of summer are back in action today with all 30 teams playing games on opening day. The Detroit Tigers open up at home on April 6th. Are you ready for some baseball and the amazing food that accompanies going to the ballpark?
The Detroit Tigers have made some changes to the dimensions on the playing field which will hopefully provide fans a good game experience with more offense. Read more about the dimension changes here.
With the addition of the pitch clock to MLB this year, games should move faster. That's something fans wanted and the league listened. Offense is a must too. Don't get me wrong, I love a good pitchers dual. Regardless, as much as I love watching baseball in person, the concesssions also attract me to going to the ballpark.
I've never had an issue finding something tasty to eat when I go to a Tiger's game. This year the menu is looking good for you to try when you head out to the game. The old classics like hot dogs, popcorn, peanuts and Cracker Jack are avaialbe while other options exist to satisfy that adventurous pallet. A few years ago I had some Middle Eastern Nachos that had pita chips, garlic sauce, hummus and chicken shawarma on it. It was aweseom and I will have that again. Detroit Eater provides some info tasty menu options at Comerica Park.
Tasty Grub At Comerica Park You Should Try
- Brisket and Mac ‘N Cheese Pasty: This is just one of four pasty varieties available at the ballpark this year. Here, hatch-and-chili queso mac ‘n cheese and smoked beef brisket are stuffed into a flaky crust. [Miller Lite Market Section 149]
- Coney Pasty: When Detroit meets the Upper Peninsula, there’s quite the fusion pasty, with rich, sliced franks, coney sauce, mustard, and diced onions. [Miller Lite Market Section 149]
- Polish Pasty: Combining Detroit Polish comforts and flaky U.P. packaging, this pasty comes loaded with cheddar and potato pierogis, grilled smoked sausage, and sauerkraut. [Miller Lite Market Section 149]
- Apple Pasty: For those with a sweet tooth, this pasty option contains baked apples and cinnamon inside a flaky crust. [Miller Lite Market Section 149]
- Motor City Chicken: A local twist on the Polish American classic, this version features tender pork loin wrapped in bacon and drizzled with spicy Michigan maple syrup. [Miller Lite Market Section 149]
- Fresh Italian Sausage: This grilled rope Italian sausage comes topped with marinara, peppers, and onions. [Miller Lite Market Section 149]
- Milk ‘N Cookies: Because baseball can bring out the kid in all of us, this sweet treat is just what it sounds like, a big chocolate chip cookie with a half pint of Guernsey milk. [Miller Lite Market Section 149]
- The Notorious P.I.G.: This smoked pulled pork sandwich comes on an onion roll and is loaded with macaroni and cheese, onion straws, and pickled jalapeños. Then, it’s drizzled with barbecue sauce. [The BBQ location in Section 105]
- Fat Rooster Chicken Sandwich: Hot chicken is all the rage lately, so of course Comerica had to have its own version. Featuring fried spicy chicken, this sammy is topped with house-made pickles, slaw, and honey mayo and served on a sweet Hawaiian roll. [Blue Moon Bistro at Section 151]
- Impossible Burger: The ballpark is continuing its efforts to appeal to the vegetarians in the stands with this plant-based burger with lettuce, tomato, and onion. [Comerica Bank Big Cat Court and Section 327]
- Gyro Nacho: These Greek-inspired nachos are back, featuring crispy pita chips instead of tortilla chips, carved gyro meat, chopped romaine lettuce, diced tomato, onions, and tzatziki sauce. [New Mediterranean Location in the Comerica Bank Big Cat Court]
- Beer Braised Brat: Grilled bratwurst simmered in beer and butter, topped with sauerkraut and served on pretzel bun. [Sausage location in Section 139]