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A taste of spring training, new food at brand new Cubs park

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Hot dogs, peanuts and cracker jacks are staples on every ballpark menu. But the new spring training park for the Chicago cubs has a few unique dishes.
 
Cub fans lined up early for spring training tickets dreaming about a winning season and looking forward to a brand new ballpark.
 
"I think its important it's all part of the experience,"
 
Burgers, brats, and wings are always a favorite but with a new ball park Jay Satenspeil wanted a new look and new flavors for fans.
 
"We sat down really covered Chicago and Phoenix, we've blended them all together," said Satenspeil.
 
There are four dishes being unveiled to fans. They include the sheffield dog, a northsider pastrami burger, a windy city garlic steak sandwich, and a center street fajita bowl.

The sheffhield dog is expected to be a fan favorite with some fans saying it's because of having two hot dogs. "Two is better than one," said x
 
Fans can try the new menu starting Thursday and the cubs are hoping that the new ballpark will lead to a new winning tradition. The team has not won a World Series in 106 years. The team has not even played in the series since 1945.

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