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Suns, Talking Stick Resort Arena bringing new food options this season

Oct 16, 2019, 7:01 AM | Updated: 2:52 pm

The Phoenix Suns and Talking Stick Resort Arena are giving fans some new choices for food as a new season is about to get underway.

Cooperstown (located near section 102) and Hornitos Tacos Bar (located near section 115) are two new concession stops for fans.

Cooperstown includes the Cuban sandwich and Nightmare Dog. The Nightmare Dog is a 12-inch, all-beef super dog that comes with jack cheese sauce, onion, tomato, jalapeno, sauerkraut and sweet relish.

Hornitos Tacos Bar will offer new items such as street tacos and carnitas nachos.

The Jim Beam Bourbon & Burger Bar near section 110 has two new noteworthy additions as well. The PB&J Burger will be the first of a monthly switch-up of the concession’s featured burger. The burger, as you might have guessed, has crunchy peanut butter and Jim Beam blackberry jelly served on a fresh beef patty on a Kaiser bun.

The stand will also sell the Ooey Gooey Grilled Cheese, which includes three different kinds of cheese, sauteed shallots and leeks on sourdough bread.

Lastly, House of Brews outside section 101 will be featuring a Bulgogi Cheesesteak. The sandwich has beef with bulgogi sauce, onions, peppers, white American cheese and Korean chili aioli on a warm hoagie roll.

Other new items to be on the lookout for include Loaded Philly Tots (House of Brews), Fried Pickles (House of Brews) and Fried Avocados (Hornitos Tacos Bar).

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