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October 11, 2017 Slideshows » Food & Drink, Arts

Here's What You Can Snack On This Spurs Season at the AT&T Center 

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The AT&T Center showed up new bites from concessionaires Aramark (which handles Plaza and Balcony levels) and Levy (caters to crowds in Charter and Terrace levels). Stadium fare goes well with a mix of San Anto flavors, an underlying theme in most dishes. Here's a quick peek at that newness.


Photos by Jessica Elizarraras
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Shredded potato waffle // Hash browns crisped up on a waffle iron and topped with one of three choices: Loaded (bacon, sour cream, shredded cheese), Double Pig (pulled pork, bacon, shredded cheese, fried onion and barbecue sauce, pictured here), Brisket (chopped brisket, shredded cheese and sour cream). $8.50 at The Spud Spot, section 125.
Grilled chicken sandwich (left) with bacon jam, baby spinach, sliced tomato, served on toasted jalapeño cheddar bread. $9.50 at Texas Fare, section 122; Grilled sirloin steak sandwich (right) with horseradish cream, fresh spinach, tomatoes served on a steak hoagie with fries $13.50 at Texas Fare.
San Antonio Nachos // Crispy corn tortilla chips, queso blanco, jalapeños, and slow-braised barbacoa. $12 at SA Grille on Charter Level.
San Antonio Nachos // Crispy corn tortilla chips, queso blanco, jalapeños, and slow-braised barbacoa. $12 at SA Grille on Charter Level.
A full portion of the grilled sirloin steak sandwich. $13.50 at Texas Fare.
Sirloin steak skewers and chorizo fried rice // Seared sirloin topped with chimichurri and queso fresco over chorizo fried rice. $13.50 at The Porch, Section 200.
Tejas Taco Trio // Three corn tortillas filled with chopped barbecue brisket, Peppadew relish, jalapeño crema, queso fresco and pickled onions. $9 at SA BBQ (section 121) and The Porch (section 200).
Mexican Cheesesteak Sandwich // Chicharrones atop grilled peppers and onions, avocado crema, chipotle aioli for some spice, cilantro, queso fresco and jalapeños. $12 at Roadhouse on Charter Level.
Double Classic Cheeseburger // $10 at SA Grille on Charter Level. Barbacoa Tacos // Slow-braised beef with dried peppers and spices, shredded lettuce, radishes, cilantro. $9.50 at SA Grille on Charter Level.
Barbacoa Tacos // Slow-braised beef with dried peppers and spices, shredded lettuce, radishes, cilantro. $9.50 at SA Grille on Charter Level.
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Barbacoa Tacos // Slow-braised beef with dried peppers and spices, shredded lettuce, radishes, cilantro. $9.50 at SA Grille on Charter Level.
Silver and Black Nachos // Available in three locations throughout the AT&T Center, the nachos use signature silver, gold and black corn chips with choice of chicken or chopped brisket, queso blanco, pico de gallo. $10.50 at H-E-B Fan Zone (Balcony), The Porch, section 200, SA BBQ, section 121.
Gentleman's Tea // Gentleman Jack Whiskey, peach tree, tea and mint. $13 at all Charter level bars
Avocado Margarita // Fresh avocado, premium tequila, Triple Sec, and fresh -queezed lime. $13 at all Charter level bars
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Shredded potato waffle // Hash browns crisped up on a waffle iron and topped with one of three choices: Loaded (bacon, sour cream, shredded cheese), Double Pig (pulled pork, bacon, shredded cheese, fried onion and barbecue sauce, pictured here), Brisket (chopped brisket, shredded cheese and sour cream). $8.50 at The Spud Spot, section 125.

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