You won’t ever go hungry after eating one of these 24-inch long hot dogs. Last month, the Seattle Seahawks and CenturyLink Field introduced its longest addition to its concession menu called the Colossal Hawk Dog. The monstrous hawk dog is topped with chipotle cheese sauce, pico de gallo, diced red peppers, diced jalapenos, sour cream, and guacamole with blue and green tortilla strips. As you can see, us Seahawks fans like to go all out when it comes to supporting our team.
A few other amazing items that were recently added to the list include:
Hawk Nachos — Huge Seahawks blue and green nacho chips with chipotle cheese sauce, pollo verde or ground beef, black beans, cotija cheese, diced green chilies, sliced Jalapenos, sliced black olives, guacamole, sour cream, pico de gallo, and banana pepper rings.
BBQ Nachos — Seahawks blue and green nacho chips with chipotle cheese sauce, BBQ brisket, diced red onion, diced dill pickles and hot sauce.
Hue Ky Mi Gia Vegetarian Chow Mein —A gem that opened in 2009 in Seattle’s Chinatown-International District, Hue Ky Mi Gia serves Vietnamese and Chinese cuisine, specializing in noodle dishes. The restaurant has been owned and run by family members since its humble beginnings in Saigon, Vietnam, in 1959. Sportservice will serve assorted vegetables tossed in a vegetarian chow mein sauce with wheat noodles.
Phnom Penh Tempura Chicken — The Phnom Penh Noodle House, a Cambodian restaurant that celebrates that country’s culture, was established in 1987 in the Chinatown-International District. Sportservice will serve Phnom Penh’s tempura chicken tossed in locally made black pepper and garlic honey sauce. It will be served with jalapeno rings.
Seattle Crab Fries — Sportservice will serve waffle-cut French fries topped with a creamy crab cheese sauce.
Salmon BLT — The new Salmon BLT features a salmon filet on a toasted croissant with mayonnaise, crisp bacon, sliced tomato and shredded lettuce.
The “Pylon” Hot Pastrami Sandwich — The Pylon features warm pastrami piled on a pretzel roll with yellow mustard, Swiss cheese, and coleslaw. It is served with kettle chips.
First and 10 Hot Turkey Sandwich — This delicious sandwich features warm smoked turkey breast with cream cheese and cranberry sauce served on a pretzel roll. It is also served with kettle chips.
Assorted Grab n Go salad — Sportservice is creating new salads available to go at select locations.
Kau Kau’s BBQ Pork — Renowned throughout Seattle for its slow-roasted BBQ pork, Kau Kau has been a Chinatown-International District favorite for nearly 40 years. Kau Kau was selected Seattle’s best BBQ by Seattle Weekly in 2012 and named one of the top five Asian restaurants in Seattle by Sprudge.com. Sportservice serves Kau Kau’s famous BBQ pork served over jasmine rice with a pork sauce.
Rain Shadow Meats Porchetta Sandwich — The specialty sandwich from the Pioneer Square butcher features slow-roasted pork loin served on Macrina Bakery bread with a house-made verde sauce. Voted one of the best sandwiches in Seattle by SeattleMet.com
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