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Friday, July 19, 2013

Try the St. Louis Nacho Crunch Dog at Tonight's Cards Game

Posted By on Fri, Jul 19, 2013 at 1:32 PM

       We did not like last year's dog. | Ian Froeb
  •        We did not like last year's dog. | Ian Froeb

Hitting up the Cards game tonight? Maybe you should -- the "St. Louis Nacho Crunch Dog" is debuting tonight in honor of National Hot Dog Month (hello, how did we not know about this?).

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Wrapped in a buttery Fazio's Bakery bun, the dog is smothered in barbecued pulled pork, nacho cheese, tortilla strips and jalapenos. You had us at pulled pork! It's $9.25 -- a regular dog will run you $4.25 -- and you can only get it at the concession stand at section 509 across from gate six, behind the right field bleachers.

Hey, it has to be better than last year's Food Network "St. Louis Dog," right? Well, at least it's cheaper -- that shit was $11. If you try one, let us know how it is! They're available at all six games of the series ending Thursday.

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