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.
Josh Capon's Bash Burger (new)
Catch of the Day
Mama's of Corona
Pat LaFrieda Meat Purveyors
Daruma of Tokyo