I look forward to eating at Citizens Bank Park when we're making a day of a Phillies game. From Tony Luke's to Bull's BBQ, there are plenty of tasty food items. Whenever I make the trip to the Linc for an Eagles game or soccer match, on the other hand, I typically do my best to avoid having to eat anything sold there.
So I got excited today when I first read that Top Chef and Philly native Kevin Sbraga would be adding a tasty new sandwich to the Linc's offerings.
That good taste quickly faded when I continued to read and learned his sandwich -- dubbed "the Sloppy Jose" -- would only be offered on the club level.
Philly.com's Michael Klein has the skinny on the sandwich:
short rib and chorizo seasoned with cumin, cinnamon and coriander,
topped with grated queso Chihuahua and a homemade coleslaw made of
shaved radish and jalapeno as well as carrots and cabbage plus chipotle
lime mayo, and served on a toasted sesame seed roll. Price: $14,
including housemade chips.
Sounds solid. If you've got club level access.
You can watch Sbraga and Friend of the Level John Gonzalez do some taste testing at CBP earlier this summer at the top of this post. Cannoli cupcakes are the truth.
>>'Top Chef' adds to Eagles' menu [Philly.com, via Eater]
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