It will be a busy week in the kitchens of Four Winds Field as they prepare special signature items for the upcoming 70's Night and Superhero Day. These promotional night signature items will continue throughout the season as the South Bend Cubs continue to innovate their concessions menu.
On Thursday, May 18, Good Times and Happy Days will be had on 70's Night. Fans can experience several menu items inspired by famous food items that came out and were popular during the 1970's.
Hamburger Helper Dog - Available at either the Clark and Addison Flash Point Grille
A jumbo Kayem hot dog topped with Hamburger Helper, which first hit the shelves 1971.
Walking Tacos - Available at Salsa's
A single serving bag of Nacho Cheese Doritos, which debuted in 1972, topped with ground beef and Salsa's toppings of choice.
Ramen Dog - Available at either the Clark or Addison Flash Point Grille
A jumbo Kayem hot dog topped with ramen noodles, which hit the United States in 1971, seaweed, sriracha, sesame seeds and chopped scallions.
Reese's Pieces PB&J Sundae - Available at either the Clark or Addison Flash Point Grille
An ice cream sundae constructed with Reese's peanut butter, strawberry topping and finished off with Reese's Pieces (1978).
On Sunday, May 21, fans can fly through the concourse while enjoying several Superhero inspired menu items.
Wolverine Poutine Dog - Available at either the Sheffield or Waveland Flash Point Grille
A jumbo Kayem hot dog topped with cheese curds, French fries and gravy, also known as poutine, a traditional entrée in Logan's home and native land.
The Burger of Hell's Kitchen - Available at Burgertopia
½ pound burger topped with volcanic beer cheese, fresh jalapenos and topped with Flamin' Hot Cheetos. You'd have to be a Daredevil to take on this burger.
Hulk Smash Sausage - Available at the Brat Cart
A jumbo brat topped with a chopped Italian sausage, peppers and onions and lime green relish.
Kryptonite Sundae - Available at either the Clark or Addison Flash Point Grille
Ice cream sundae filled and topped with Superman's greatest weakness, Kryptonite. Actually, it's just green Jolly Rancher.
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