Arlington Eats: The Creative New Concession Items at Globe Life Park

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In this month’s edition of Arlington Eats, host Andrew Tanielian visits Globe Life Park in Arlington for a look at the creative food options available for Rangers fans in 2017.

From a hot dog wrapped inside a tamale to shredded brisket deep fried in funnel cake batter and topped with powdered sugar, Globe Life Park in Arlington has unveiled several new concession and club menu items for the 2017 season.

New vegan options include black bean tamales as well as Mediterranean Nachos, which are Stacy’s Pita Chips, topped with cool chickpea hummus and a fresh garlic basil tomato and country olive salad.

The Texas Rangers also announced a new name for the former Captain Morgan Club is now Rebecca Creek Saloon. The Rebecca Creek Saloon, which is open to the public, also features several new dishes. Options include a veggie wrap, a half rack of pork ribs as well as The N.E.Q (“Never Ever Quit”), which is shaved ribeye steak, mozzarella sticks, fried jalapenos, waffle fries, onion rings and white queso.

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