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Dallas Cowboys Fans Can Now Eat Kimchi-Topped Burgers and Elotes at AT&T Stadium

The new menu debuts during this week’s game against the New York Giants

AT&T Stadium [Official Photo]

Despite Sunday night’s depressing loss to the Carolina Panthers, Dallas Cowboys fans can at least get a little bit excited about the diverse — and often completely over-the-top — new slate of dining options that will soon be on offer at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.

Legends Hospitality, the company in charge of dining at AT&T Stadium, unveiled the new tacos, sandwiches, bowls, and more that will be available on its “general concessions” menu on Friday. The new menu wasn’t available during last night’s demoralizing loss to the Carolina Panthers, which is unfortunate considering that fans could have definitely used some comfort food while watching the Cowboys’ offense self-destruct.

Scope out the menu’s highlights — and most absurd new offerings — below:

  • Mac & Cheese Brisket Cone — A bread cone stuffed with chopped brisket, “famous Cowboys mac and cheese,” barbecue sauce, and jalapenos. Served at the Bent Buckle carts located on the main concourse and silver level clubs.
  • Thai Veggie Wrap — One of the few vegan options on the new menu, this wrap involves broccoli slaw, peppers, spinach, and Thai peanut sauce tucked into a whole-wheat tortilla. Available at all Healthy Choice carts.
  • Cheetos Mac & Cheese Balls — Deep-fried mac and cheese crusted in Jalapeno Cheddar Cheetos, then drizzled with jalapeno ranch and even more Flamin’ Hot Cheetos.
Cheetos Mac & Cheese Balls
Thai Veggie Wrap
AT&T Stadium [Official Photo]
  • Doritos Chicken Wrap — Fried chicken tenders, lettuce, and tomato are drizzled with ranch and then topped with crushed nacho cheese Doritos. Served in a garlic-flavored flour tortilla, and available at the Crisp stands on the main and upper concourses.
  • African “SuperGrain” Bowl — A blend of brown rice, farro, and barley topped with chicken spiced with dukkah, and cucumber-mango salsa. Available at all concession stands on the Hall of Fame level.
  • Pork Belly Burger — Crisp pork belly on a burger topped with kimchi, jalapenos, mayo, and hoisin sauce.

Street-style elotes, sopapillas served with jalapeno butter, and a buffalo chicken sandwich are among the menu’s less-extravagant new dishes, along with a few returning hits like the “ultimate” nachos, al pastor tacos, and a “Texas-sized” chicken and waffle sandwich. In the ritzier parts of the stadium, on the suite and club levels, more upscale options are on offer, like avocado crab dip, chimichurri beef tenderloin, and French macarons.

Here’s hoping that these new dining options taste better than the Cowboys played on Sunday night. Fans can score their first taste of these wraps on Sunday, September 16, when the Cowboys take on the New York Giants in the home opener at AT&T Stadium.

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