Diamondbacks’ Mother’s Day specials feature pink-themed Churro Dog
From the cereMOMial first pitch to a clutch purse giveaway to the first 10,000 moms, the Arizona Diamondbacks will be going all-out for their Sunday Mother’s Day game against the Pittsburgh Pirates.
But let’s get to what you want to know: Chase Field has a special menu on deck highlighted by a pink-themed Churro Dog.
The white-iced Long John doughnut will feature a pink sugar churro in the middle, and it’ll be topped with vanilla frozen yogurt, strawberry topping, whipped cream and pink pearl candy. The Mother’s Day Churro Dog will be available at dessert portables near Sections 114, 123 and 315.
That’s just one of many specialty items.
What else will be served up?
— Bacon Berry French Toast: Griddled French Toast filled with sweetened cream cheese and fresh berries and topped with powdered sugar, raspberry sauce and chopped bacon, served with a side of maple syrup. The Bacon Berry French Toast will be available at Red Hot locations (Section 118, 139 and 312).
— $5 Mimosas: will be available at liquor portables throughout the ballpark.
— Mother’s Day Caramel Apples: fans can choose between a pink, white and red sprinkle blend or a pink, white and red M&M caramel apple available at dessert portables throughout the ballpark.
— Cold Stone Strawberry Outfields Creation: The creation consists of strawberry ice cream, graham cracker pie crust, caramel and whipped topping and is available in a cup or waffle cup at Cold Stone locations inside the ballpark.
Additionally, D-backs’ clutch purse giveaway will come with $5 PetSmart gift cards, and 10 of the purses will come with $100 gift cards.
The Diamondbacks will be selling pink-themed Mother’s Day merchandise at their team shop as well.
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