Two years ago, I had the divine pleasure of sampling a chili Dodger Dog at Dave's Diner, the commissary of the Vin Scully Press Box at Dodger Stadium. Well, someone in the Dodgers organization just put two and two together. From "Doyer Dogs Debut at Monday's Dodgers Game" at NBCLosAngeles.com:
Fans can experience the Doyer Dog Monday night when the Dodgers play the Angels in an exhibition game.
The new menu item is a grilled all-beef hot dog served with chili, nacho cheese, chopped tomatoes, onions and jalapenos. The name of the dog, borrowed from the Spanish-language pronounciation of Dodgers, is available at Camacho's stands.
Other food and beverage additions include the Dodgertown Deli. It will replace the Canter's Delicatessen that had been on the Field Level since 2008. Its menu includes a hot pastrami sandwich served on a French roll with pickle chips; a roast beef sandwich made with sliced over-roasted top sirloin on a French roll; and a barbecue roast beef sandwich made with sliced top sirloin on a hamburger bun.
The menu at the Healthy Plate Carts was expanded to include an arugula salad with toasted walnuts, goat cheese, pomegranate seeds and balsamic vinaigrette dressing and a "Farmer's Market" Greek salad.
Yeah, healthy whatever. This new Doyer Dog sounds like it could be a real winner, the source of gastric distress that is sooooo worth it even as it kicks your ass the next day. Did you have one last night? Report in!