Fans who plan on attending the Final Four and national championship games at AT&T Stadium this weekend better come hungry.
The Dallas Morning News provided a first look at the concession items that will be available at "Jerry World" and even for Texas, the state which brought us the bacon-infused beer milkshake, these are pretty special.
There's the Texas Triple Double Sandwich, a $20 monstrosity which combines a hamburger, bacon and a fried chicken breast. And in case that's not big enough, fans can try out the Texas Super Sixteen, a 16-ounce (that's one pound) cheeseburger for $20.
But perhaps the greatest item offered is the Champion Chicken & Waffles, a combination of hand-battered fried chicken and homemade waffles. The sandwich includes onion rings, pepper jack cheese, pecan-maple mayonnaise and bacon.
And oh yeah, it's shaped like the state of Texas.
— Dallas Morning News (@dallasnews) March 31, 2014
To check out all the Final Four food items, see here.
Between these and some new offerings at MLB stadiums -- like the bacon cheeseburger Bloody Mary, the 12-scoop, 3-pound banana split and the 18-inch bacon-stuffed corn dog -- it's not a stretch to say we are firmly entrenched in the golden age of stadium food.
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