You gotta believe the food at this place is amazin'.

The Mets unveiled the latest culinary offerings for the upcoming season at Citi Field on Thursday, featuring some of the hottest new prospects in the city. Newbies include cookie dough juggernaut Dō; Nicoletta, from chef Michael White, offering up a chicken parmesan sandwich and mozzarella-pepperoni sticks; and Josh Capon, the executive chef at Lure Fishbar, whose Bash Burger sells burgers pairing bacon jam and American cheese.

Even some of the existing food purveyors are tweaking their menus, with Two Boots adding a white pie and Catch of the Day reeling fans in with waffle fries topped with fried clam strips, plus lobster tacos. And of course stalwarts such at Danny Meyer and his Union Square Hospitality Group's Shake Shack and El Verano Taqueria remain alongside Fuku, .

It's not just peanuts and Cracker Jacks at the ballpark anymore. There are more choices than ever before when it comes to Citi Field eats.

New for the 2017 season: Italian eats at Nicoletta and stacked-up burgers at Josh Capon's. Fans of the Amazin's can also root on their team while chowing down on snacks, sandwiches and other dishes from Tribeca Grill, Shake Shack, Fuku and more.

 

Here are the stadium's highlights, starting off with the newest options.

Nicoletta (new)

Pick up some chicken parmesan, above, a stromboli

Pick up some chicken parmesan, above, a stromboli roll-up or a mozzarella and pepperoni stick at the new Nicoletta outpost. Top it off with some soft-serve gelato from the East Village eatery before you head back to watch the next pitch.

Where: Field Level Concourse

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Josh Capon's Bash Burger (new)

Grab a Bash Burger, complete with a Pat

Grab a Bash Burger, complete with a Pat LaFrieda patty and onion and bacon jam, from Josh Capon's ballpark branch. Feeling ambitious? Make it a Double Barrel burger with two patties, American cheese, fried onions, pickles and secret sauce. Capon is the chef behind city restaurants Lure Fishbar, B&B Winepub and El Toro Blanco.

Where: Field Level concourse behind Section 135

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Dō (new)

Cooke dough cafe Dō, which opened in Greenwich

Cooke dough cafe Dō, which opened in Greenwich Village in January, brings its safe-to-eat treats to sports fans. Top-seller chocolate chip will be available at the stadium as well as sugar cookie and cake batter topped with orange and blue sprinkles -- the colors of the Mets.

Where: Promenade Club

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Catch of the Day

Catch of the Day's, with a menu from

Catch of the Day's, with a menu from James Beard-winning chef Dave Pasternack of Esca, isn't new to Citi Field, but 2017 sees two additional items. The Loaded Bayside Fries, above, tempt with cracker crumb-dredged Cherrystone clam strips and clam chowder fondue, and pair with the South Bay Lobster Tacos (because, what wouldn't), white-corn tortillas filled with Maine lobster, queso fresco, tomatillo-avocado salsa and a citrus slaw.

Where: Section 102, Field Level Concourse.

(Credit: Jeremy Bales)

Two Boots

The NYC pizza outpost isn't new to Citi

The NYC pizza outpost isn't new to Citi Field; fans have already been able to get offerings like the V for Vegan Slice, above, with artichokes, shiitake mushrooms, red onions, pesto and non-dairy cheese. But new this year is the Queens of Queens, a white pizza with Creole chicken, broccoli, basil, garlic and cherry tomatoes.

Where: Various locations throughout the stadium, including the Foxwoods Club and the Promenade Level Food Court behind home plate.

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Porsche Grille

If you're looking for plated dishes -- like
If you're looking for plated dishes -- like a pan-seared cod, perhaps? -- head to Porsche Grille. Its from Myriad Restaurant Group, home to restauranteur (and James Beard winner) Drew Nieporent (Nobu, Tribeca Grill).

Where: left field corner of the Excelsior Level

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Tribeca Grill

Also from Nieporent and MRG, Tribeca Grill serves

Also from Nieporent and MRG, Tribeca Grill serves up bites including a red wine braised short rib sandwich, above. Caraway potato roll? Check. Horseradish sauce? Oh yeah.

Where: DeltaSky360 Club Market

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Fuku

New to Citi Field in 2016, David Chang's

New to Citi Field in 2016, David Chang's Fuku is a destination for its spicy fried chicken sandwich -- brined thigh meat -- Fuku fingers, fries and Milk Bar cookies.

Where: Section 102, Field Level Concourse

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Mama's of Corona

Head to Mama's of Corona -- yep, as

Head to Mama's of Corona -- yep, as in Queens -- for Italian sub sandwiches like the house-made mozzarella hero sandwich with salami and peppered ham. And when have you gone wrong with a cannoli, as seen above?

Where: Section 105, Field Level Concourse

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Pat LaFrieda Meat Purveyors

Options from famous meat purveyor Pat LaFrieda include

Options from famous meat purveyor Pat LaFrieda include the Original Filet Mignon Steak Sandwich, above, with sauteéd Vidalia onions, Vermont Monterey Jack cheese and beef au jus. New last year: steak frites with waffle fries and onions and cheese. LaFrieda also operates the sit-down Chop House restaurant by the DeltaSky360 Club.

Where: Section 139 and in Promenade Level Food Court (behind home plate)

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Daruma of Tokyo

Based in Great Neck, the Daruma of Tokyo

Based in Great Neck, the Daruma of Tokyo is your spot for rolls -- California, spicy tuna -- and sushi.

Where: Field Level Concourse

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Shake Shack

A dominant force behind the NYC dining scene

A dominant force behind the NYC dining scene and Citi Field is Union Square Hospitality Group, perhaps better known by its James Beard winner and CEO Danny Meyer. And if you remember the excitement when Shake Shack first hit Citi Field in 2009, you can feel the fever during baseball season too. grab a classic ShackBurger (cheese, beef and ShackSauce) or, for the veggie-minded, the 'Shroom Burger, a fried portobello mushroom stuffed with Muenster and Cheddar cheeses. Wash it all down with the Shack's frozen custard concrete.

Where: Section 139, Field Level Concourse

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Papa Rosso

This pizza counter from Union Square Hospitality Group,

This pizza counter from Union Square Hospitality Group, new last year, serves freshly-made pies like the margherita, made with tomatoes, mozzarella, local Gotham Greens basil and olive oil, seen above. Other pies include pepperoni and mushroom with cheese.

Where: Section 141, Field Level Concourse

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Blue Smoke on the Road

USGH's Blue Smoke serves up mac and cheese

USGH's Blue Smoke serves up mac and cheese as well as brisket or pulled pork, both served with picked jalapeños and buttered breadcrumbs.

Where: Section 140, Field Level Concourse

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El Verano Taqueria

Also from USHG, El Verano Taqueria offers tacos,

Also from USHG, El Verano Taqueria offers tacos, nachos, salads and elotes (Mexican-style corn with queso, lime, cayenne and mayo or sometimes crema, above).

Where: Section 139, Field Level Concourse

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Box Frites

Chicken poppers with sauces, French fries and hot

Chicken poppers with sauces, French fries and hot dogs are available at this USHG stand devoted to Belgian-style frites. One option has bacon and a cheddar cheese sauce.

Where: Section 140, Field Level Concourse

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Hain Celestial Gluten Free & Organic Stand

The health-minded can head to Hain Celestial for

The health-minded can head to Hain Celestial for items a Plainville Farms turkey burger served on a gluten-free bun. Or if hotdogs are more your game for the game, grab a veggie dog.

Where: World's Fare Market on the Field Level Concourse, and other locations in the ballpark

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This is Citi Field's seating chart

There's something to eat near every seat, with

There's something to eat near every seat, with some areas boasting a wider variety. Enlarge the map at newyork.mets.mlb.com

With Alison Fox and Lisa Colangelo (Credit: New York Mets)