Get ready for the opening match of the Detroit Tigers against the Toronto Blue Jays with Free Press writer Anthony Fenech.
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Hot dogs, peanuts and beer are the staple of baseball parks, and at Comerica Park, pizzas are also available through Little Caesars. But new food products await fans of the Detroit Tigers this season. Some are ethnic; some are even healthy.

A few weeks ago, the Tigers gave us an overview of the new offer. Some fans may consider them expensive, but the stadium also offers quality items.

Below are some of the Comerica menu items this season and what they will cost you.

Do not forget that the Comerica bags update policy allows you to enter the park with a backpack, provided that it does not exceed 16 inches by 16 inches by 8 inches. inches. Soft-wall coolers that fit this size are also allowed. You can bring your own bottled water provided it is factory sealed. Snacks such as peanut bags are allowed.

Just shake to mix all the ingredients of the garden salad into a jar. (Photo: Mandi Wright, Detroit Free Press)

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Favorite Ballpark

Hot dog: $ 5

Pizza: traditional slice, $ 3.50; traditional whole pie; $ 15.50

Coney Dog Pizza: slice, $ 6.75, Deep! Deep! Whole pie plate, $ 13

Beer: Prices may vary. A 16-ounce local beer can costs $ 9.25.

Value meal

Value of meals for adults and children are $ 6.25. Both include a hot dog and a bag of potato chips. Meals for children come with juice; adults receive a small soft drink.

Home Run Happy Hour

Happy Hour, which will be offered at Pepsi Porch, Copper Craft Bar and Miller Lite Pitcher's Pub, takes place the first hour after the doors are opened. On the day of opening, Comerica will hold it from 10 am to noon. Here is what is available:

  • 24 oz Pepsi and Aquafina Water, $ 3
  • 16 ounces Miller Lite and Coors Lite, $ 5
  • Special cocktails, $ 5
  • Jumbo hot dog basket, $ 5
  • Quarter-pound burger basket, $ 5
  • Nachos, $ 5

Coney Dog Eggroll ($ 6.50)

Slices of hot dog and chili pepper were nested in a basket and fried until they were crispy. It is sprinkled with mustard and sprinkled with diced onions.

Al Pastor Dog ($ 7.50)

Natural-skinned hot dog garnished with pulled pork, pineapple relish, sriracha aioli and Cotija cheese.

Beyond Burger ($ 13)

This herbal burger looks and bakes like an ox burger. It is garnished with lettuce, tomatoes, onions and a balsamic vinegar vinaigrette and served with fries.

Beyond Burger Bowl ($ 13)

Herbal burger served on a bed of lettuce with tomatoes, onions and balsamic vinaigrette with pickles.

French burger at the onion ($ 13)

A burger with Swiss cheese and caramelized onions. It is served with a zip sauce on the side and fries.

Bahn Mi ($ 7.50)

Thick bacon covered with a salad of Asian cabbage and sriracha aioli.

Hand carved gyro ($ 10.50)

Mellow pita stuffed with meat, tomatoes, tzatziki sauce and red onion.

Zeppole ($ 6.50)

Italian fried dumplings served with a chocolate dip.

French fries ($ 11.25)

Crispy fries topped with Swiss cheese and onions and served with a zip sauce.

Garden salad in a jar ($ 8 and $ 10)

Mix of fresh spring green vegetables, cheese and vegetables in a jar with a ranch dressing at the bottom. Just shake the pot to mix all the ingredients. You can also add chicken.

Contact food writer Susan Selasky at [email protected] or 313-222-6872. Follow @SusanMariecooks on Twitter.