Concession Food Item of the Week: The Polish Hill Pretzel

Tuesday December 2nd, 2014

The Pittsburgh Penguins opened this season with a revamped concessions menu featuring items that highlight the multi-cultural Pittsburgh cuisine. Fans can now expand their palates with the Polish Hill Pretzel, because we all know that if you can’t make it to Poland or Germany, the next best thing is to eat Eastern European delicacies in a sports stadium in Pittsburgh. 

WHAT IS THIS WITCHCRAFT?: The Polish Hill Pretzel

WHO HATH WROUGHT THIS MONTROSITY?: The Consol Energy Center, home of the Pittsburgh Penguins.

WHAT COMPRISES SUCH A THING?: A caramelized pierogi, shaved Kielbasa, white American cheese and mustard in a pretzel bun. 

CAN I JUST ORDER A REGULAR BURGER?: No, this will make you more cultured. 


HOW MANY CALORIES WE TALKIN'?: Only a measly 550 calories. 

Concession Food Item Hall of Champions:

The Horse Collar

The Sens Prime Rib Double Decker

The Pulled Pork Mac 'n Jack Sausage

The Funnel Dog

The Hammer

The Fan Vs. Food Burger

The North Side Twist

The Brunch Burger

The Hawk Dog

Crab Mac & Cheese Dog


The Beast

The Boomstick

The StrasBurger

The Baco

The Pulled Pork Parfait

The Banana Split Helmet Sundae

The Shake'n Bacon Brew

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