Check out the new food items you can eat at Braves games this season

ATLANTA — Believe it or not Atlanta Braves fans, but the 2023 season is almost here.

Opening Day is Thursday for the Braves in Washington, D.C. with the home opener scheduled for April 6 against the San Diego Padres.

On Tuesday, Channel 2 sports director Zach Klein got a sneak peek at the new offerings at Truist Park this season.

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The players are getting a new grass field and City Connect uniforms. The fans meanwhile will get a host of new food items, including a fried hot dog wrapped in mozzarella-whipped potatoes.

Check out the full menu:

  • The Cleanup Burger: Four grilled all-beef patties topped with golden hash brown potato, hickory smoked bacon, cheese and sunny side-up fried egg. Served on a fresh buttermilk Belgian waffle with maple syrup. Serves anywhere from one (if you dare) to four. Available at the 1871 Grille near section 113.
  • The Submarine Sandwich: House-smoked turkey breast – carved to order in front of fans – topped with Red Dragon cheddar cheese sauce, applewood bacon, fried green tomato, butter lettuce and avocado crema. Can be built for one or as a 3-foot-long submarine for up to eight people. Available at The Carvery near section 112.
  • Georgia BLT: Bologna, butter lettuce, tomato, pimento cheese and garlic mayo on a brioche bun. Available at the 1871 Grille near section 141.
  • The Triple Play: A play on the Caribbean staple papas rellenas featuring a creamy potato filled with chicken and then fried golden brown. Available at the Section 313 market and Section 343 market.
  • The ‘Douille Dog: Andouille Sausage topped with beef chili, onion and cheddar cheese. Available at the Section 313 market.
  • The Closer: All-beef hot dog wrapped in mozzarella-whipped potatoes and fried golden brown. Served with spicy mayo. Available at the Section 343 market.

It’s not just new food options inside the ballpark. There are also new restaurants and bars coming to The Battery Atlanta.

Battle & Brew, which currently operates in Sandy Springs, and Cultivate Food & Coffee will open sometime this year. The Omni Hotel will also have a new restaurant, National Anthem with a menu created by Texas Chef Nick Badovinus.