CINCINNATI - The Reds on Monday showed off some of the new dishes that will be available at Great American Ball Park this season, and it includes a local favorite.
The Reds revealed Monday that they will be selling Frisch's Big Boy burgers at two food stands throughout the ball park. Fans can find the Big Boys at section 131 or 119.
Other new food items available include two themed burgers, the Fiesta Burger and Italian Burger, available at Section 109, specialty sausages and bratwursts, as well as a smoked prime rib sandwich and what's called the "Macho Nacho," all available at section 127. New lo mein noodles will be offered at section 133.
Also new this year is Rock the Bike. You can blend your frozen drink or daiquiri ingredients as you pedal, found at section 101. The frozen drinks will be $8.
The Machine Room, the restaurant in the corner of left field, will offer several new items inside their walls as well. The new items include fried pretzel sticks, a baked Tilapia sandwich called "The Wharf", a pastrami sandwich and Bag O' Desserts, full of churros.
New at GABP's suites this year are tapas, nine layer dip, the BLT party sub and jalapeno popper mac and cheese.
The Reds open their season on April 1 following the Findlay Market Opening Day Parade. They take on the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in the first interleague Opening Day game in MLB history. First pitch is at 4:10 p.m.
You can view a full list of the new foods at GABP in 2013 below or at http://goo.gl/IpJ5N .
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