BBQ Pork Patty, Sweet Mustard Slaw, Tobacco Onions, Pickle, Brioche Long Roll
This just seems like a knockoff of the McRib. The sweet slaw may not mix well with whatever the bbq flavor is for the pork. I also do not want any food using the word “tobacco”. Why can’t they just be smoked? I also don’t think you will be able to tell if the onions have a flavor. They would be competing with the bbq flavor and the slaw. The brioche bun sounds good though. I would like to see brioche used more often with sandwiches.Source
Gravy Fry Chipper
Fresh Kettle Chips, Brown Gravy, Mozzarella Cheese
Fresh chips aren’t sold enough. They need to be in more places altogether. This is something just different enough. It’s not swimming in gravy and you don’t need a pile of napkins to eat it at the game. Unless it is too salty, this should be a good snack that shouldn't cost more than $10. Hopefully, it will do well to encourage other toppings.
Dried fruits, nuts, seeds, bananas, berries, coconut, currants, and goji berries
Come on now. This won’t do well. First off, when was the last time acai bowls were relevant? I wouldn’t buy this anywhere because I rather have a smoothie that would cost less. I just can’t imagine eating something that would melt so quickly. I would much rather see some sort of sundae option. I think there are too many fruits involved. After about four, you can only taste so much. I love the idea of healthier options but I think this misses the mark. How about a fruit salad? It would be much less mess. Or fruit kabobs with a dipping sauce.
Old Bay Elote
Mexican street corn with garlic mayo, queso fresco, chopped cilantro, sour cream, and old bay
This looks really good. Something different than the average but easy to eat. Street foods are a fun option to serve in a stadium. Elote is something I personally have been wanting to try. I like the Maryland twist of old bay. My slight concern is that the sour cream may dial down the flavor of the garlic in the mayo. However, I still think this is a good option.
Family Style Top Notch O’s
Doritos-style chips, white cheese sauce, black olives, sour cream, salsa, and scallions served in a souvenir helmet.
My first thought when I saw these was “all the toppings are sitting on top and most of it is just chips”. I have the somewhat unpopular opinion that real melted cheese is much better on nachos than a cheese sauce. I have never had white cheese sauce but it doesn’t look like there is nearly enough. I also think there aren’t enough toppings. Only salsa and olives?? I would like to see a meat option and perhaps jackfruit for the veggie lovers out there. All the toppings are very wet as well so I see a high potential of moist (yeah I said it, I know the internet hates that word but oh well) chips.