Updated: 6:11 p.m. | Posted: 11 a.m.
Get your plates and your palates ready.
The Minnesota Twins and Target Field's food service provider on Tuesday unveiled the newest food offerings for the year, hoping to knock it out of the park with such offerings as Pecos Red River chili, a buffalo chicken bloody mary and walleye tacos.
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On the chilly side, Northshore Creamery will offer Izzy Ice Cream's soft serve this year — in key lime, chocolate and vanilla. Izzy's Izabella! gelato will also make an appearance — in chocolate, cookies and caramel and berry elderberry flavors.
And, of course, there's the Cluck & Moo, a bloody mary with a buffalo chicken wing and bacon cheeseburger slider garnish, available at Hrbek's.
"The College Daze was a big success for us last year, but we decided to go bigger and bolder," said Pete Spike, general manager of Delaware North.
Hot Indian Foods, a Minneapolis-based food truck that already had a presence at Target Field, returns with the addition of a mango lassi drink.
Local tacos-and-tequila restaurant Barrio will be offering new burrito options at the stadium's Senor Smokes vendor, with vegetarian and meat options.
Also on the menu:
Red Cow, which expanded its reach at Target Field this year, will serve up its famous turkey burger ($13). USA TODAY named it one of the top 10 turkey burgers in the country. Also available: Red Cow's ultimate burger ($14), the Red Cow blues burger ($14) and poutine ($12.50).
Pizza by Pizza Luce. A 16-inch pie will set you back $30-$36; a 10-inch gluten-free pizza costs $26-$36; and yes, you can get pizza by the slice for $5.50-$6.50.
Hot Pretzel Bites & Brews has three varieties of fresh pretzel bites: one with nutella and strawberry sauce; another seasoned and topped with brown gravy and Pepperjack cheese; and finally a variety smothered in a Summit beer cheese sauce and topped with candied bacon ($9).
The Loon Cafe's Pecos River Red Chili is topped with sour cream, green onions and shredded cheese, and served with a side of Texas toast (price TBD). The cafe's Grape Ape is made with citron vodka and Buddy's Grape Soda.
Last year, the team's new fare included the brat dog — a homemade bratwurst stuffed with an all-beef hot dog and wrapped in bacon — a bacon tater tot dish and the College Daze bloody mary, which is served with a slice of cold pizza.
So when can you start your food crawl at Target Field? The Twins' home opener is Monday.