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The National French Fry Day Double Play promotion features Hot Chicken Loaded Fries, which are garlic parmesan seasoned fries topped with hot chicken tenders, pickles and a ranch drizzle paired with an ice-cold Bud Light or Miller Lite beer.

Delaware North celebrates National French Fry Day with hot chicken loaded fries

The National French Fry Day Double Play promotion features dish of garlic parmesan seasoned fries topped with hot chicken tenders, pickles and a ranch drizzle.

Delaware North Sportservice is celebrating National French Fry Day (July 13) by offering a creative twist on the classic ballpark dish that is available through July 31 at nine Major League Baseball ballparks. The National French Fry Day Double Play promotion features Hot Chicken Loaded Fries, which are garlic parmesan seasoned fries topped with hot chicken tenders, pickles and a ranch drizzle paired with an ice-cold Bud Light or Miller Lite beer.

The promo pairing is available at American Family Field (Milwaukee Brewers), Busch Stadium (St. Louis Cardinals), Comerica Park (Detroit Tigers), Globe Life Field (Texas Rangers), Great American Ball Park (Cincinnati Reds), Guaranteed Rate Field (Chicago White Sox), Oriole Park at Camden Yards (Baltimore Orioles), Petco Park (San Diego Padres) and Target Field (Minnesota Twins).

“We know our guests will love this new combination,” said Kevin Miller, vice president of food and beverage for Delaware North Sportservice. “Our culinary team is always working on creative and delicious ways to take our MLB concessions offerings to the next level.” 

The Hot Chicken Loaded Fries dish was developed by Craig Doyle, director of culinary for Sportservice; Gary Davis, executive chef at Great American Ball Park; and Cris Vazquez, executive chef at Globe Life Field.

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