Courtesy of Delaware North Sportservice

Great American Ballpark is getting a gustatory overhaul for Tuesday's All-Star Game, with the stadium receiving several new concession stands and a few massive roast animals.

By Extra Mustard
July 14, 2015

Great American Ballpark is getting a gustatory overhaul  for Tuesday's All-Star Game with the stadium receiving several new concession stands and a few massive roast animals.

The new food offerings include two pigs being roasted each day of the three-day All-Star festival at the Old Smokey Party Barn in the Fan Zone outside the stadium, in addition to a mind-boggling, 64-pound turkey that has been roasted for the Midsummer Classic.

Fans also will be able to dive into a make-your-own ice cream bar stand, where they can pick flavors and toppings to create a custom frozen treat on a stick for just $6.

Courtesy of Delaware North Sportservice

Over the course of the Home Run Derby and All-Star Game, the park is expecting to go through over one million pounds of popcorn, 300,000 gallons of soda and over a quarter of a million pounds of hot dogs, according to Delaware North Sportservice.

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