Take that, Mets!

Yesterday a few of my colleagues and I got to experience the latest and greatest thing to happen to the Yankees... Food Network has entered the building. With the help of some very hard working employees here, we now officially have our own concession stand in the premium seating area.

Yesterday was a very soft and successful opening for family and friends. I will admit that I ate almost everything on the menu (and I'm still full) but was very impressed by the success of the food. Come opening day, those who can afford these cushioned seats are in for a very nice treat.

My favs include the hot dog on a pretzel bun with corn relish, the fried fish tacos, and the duck confit pizza. Check out some exclusive pictures of the concession stand and the brand new stadium:

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Danielle LaRosa, Assistant Culinary Producer

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