MIAMI GARDENS (CBSMiami) — Dolfans you better come hungry to the games this season – hungry for a win and for the fantastic food at Sun Life Stadium.READ MORE: Pair Of South Florida Children Who Died A Couple Weeks Apart Have Saved 11 Lives Through Organ Donation
“We are excited about our restaurant partners that are coming back from last year like Sushi Maki and BurgerFi and Crumb on Parchment and now the new spots like Versailles and Sloppy Joes to the stuff we make at the stadium. Literally, I can go on and on. I’m really excited,” said Director Concessions and Retail Ben Metzger.
Mostly all of last year’s favorites are back like sensational Sushi by Sushi Maki and Bokampers- a CBS4 favorite famous for those mouthwatering wings.
“There’s a little spice to them and sweetness to them.Then, we caramelize them before we serve them so it has that flavor too,” said owner and CBS4 Sports guy Kim Bokamper.
This year Sun Life Stadium is adding six new restaurants to the menu. Some are South Florida classic eating establishments like Versailles, serving up familiar favorites and of course the ultimate melty Cuban sandwich.READ MORE: 'I Was Physically Shaking! I Was So Excited': Florida Man On Seeing Four Endangered Florida Panthers At Same Time
The Key West classic, “Sloppy Joe’s” is new to this game, although the restaurant has been around forever.
“We’ve been around since 1934 for sure, but we think it was opened even before that but I can’t prove it. That’s a rumor” joked owner Chris Mullins.
“It is delicious and I need the recipe,” said Lisa Petrillo after biting into a Sloppy Joe’s – Sloppy Joe.
Also new this year, Bodega Taqueria y Tequila from South Beach, serving up terrific tacos as well as Kosher Central where the corn beef and pastrami sandwiches come from a higher authority!
“Kosher, not Kosher…This is a good sandwich,” said Petrillo.MORE NEWS: MDC North Campus Vaccination Site Turned Away Some People For Not Having Medical Exemption Form
Dolfans get ready for some food, glorious food at Sun Life Stadium.