ATLANTA -- When SunTrust Park opens and takes its place as the home of the Atlanta Braves, delicious and locally-sourced food will be on the menu.
Prices range from a couple of dollars for chips to entrees a family can split for around $15. 11Alive took a tasting tour of the concession stands at SunTrust Park and here are the top things you should try at each stand.
Queso Nachos with Comeback Sauce
It's a simple ball park classic with a southern twist. Queso nachos with a drizzle of comeback sauce were unexpectedly delicious. The Taco Factory is where these can be found. At the same concession stand they serve Mississippi-Inspired blackened Catfish Po' Boy Taco, served with slaw and Comeback Sauce.
Dumplings and noodles
If you like spicy, try the authentic dumplings and noodles from the Intentional Wok. Gu's Dumplings are made with pork and the special sauce has a spick kick...not toned down for the American palate. It's a novel concept, noodles and dumplings at a ball park but it somehow all works.
Brisket slider from Fox Bros. BBQ
The beef brisket from Fox Bros. BBQ is a Southern BBQ classic. It's slow cooked and chopped right in front on you. The restaurant is a part of The Battery, meaning it's open even when SunTrust Park is closed.
Watch this 360 degree video of one of their concession stands on the 100 level of SunTrust Park.
Fresh cut and custom season fries from the "fry gun"
The 1871 Grille is the home of burgers, hot dogs, pretzels, etc. but their fresh cut french fries are the star. There is a machine that works kind of like a gun that shoots and cuts the potatoes. This will most likely be a graw for kids because the adults on the tour couldn't get enough.
After the fries are cooked, WISE potato chips bottled their chip flavors and made them into shakers for the fries.