The Atlanta Braves are hosting the Houston Astros in the next round of the World Series, and the concessionaire at Truist Park, the team’s home stadium, has added some special menu items to celebrate the games.
Delaware North executive chef Rory Bancroft and his culinary team created four baseball-themed sandwiches exclusively for hometown fans in the ballpark. In keeping with the celebratory mood, the selection features ingredients a bit elevated from the usual hot dogs and burgers.
Leading off the lineup is the Gold Glove Chicken Sandwich, which combines a crispy fried pickle-brined chicken breast with truffle aioli and whole-grain mustard cheddar cheese. Next up is an Oysters and Pearls Po’Boy, a layering of Southern-fried oysters, remoulade and balsamic pearls on a crusty roll.
Red meat lovers will appreciate the Full Count Pastrami Sandwich, which features smoked pastrami, Coca-Cola mustard glaze and house-fried kettle chips topped with whole-grain mustard cheddar cheese on an Italian baguette.
And closing out the four is a BB Chili Cheese Dog—a footlong hot dog wrapped in smoked bacon and topped with brisket chili and Southwestern queso Amarillo.
Delaware North, which has been the hospitality provider for the Braves since 2016, also operates several restaurants within The Battery Atlanta where fans can gather pre- and post-game. The company will be hosting watch parties at the Terrapin Tap Room and Good Game Restaurant & Bar during World Series away games.