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Prepare For Grilled Cheese and Fried Chicken Biscuits at Nationals Park This Season

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New offerings include Throwin' Cheese, Virginia Biscuit Company and a new bar called Captain's Cove.

Photo: All photos by Adele Chapin

Add grilled cheese and biscuit sandwiches to the array of food options at Nationals Ballpark, as revealed on today's Washington Nationals Media Tour. New concessions concepts this season include Throwing Cheese, a new stand in Section 130 that will sell three different kinds of grilled cheese. There will be a grilled cheese with three different type of cheeses and a Texas toast with bacon and tomato, as well as tomato bisque for dipping and mac and cheese too.

And in Section 113, look out for the Virginia Biscuit Company. Coming in May, this stand celebrates Virginia by selling biscuit sandwiches with Virginia ham, or biscuit sandwiches with fried chicken, pickles and ranch or biscuits topped with country fried steak and gravy. Also find Virginia peanuts and a homemade cracker jack with the aforementioned peanuts and bacon.

Nationals Ballpark Biscuits

Also new is Captain's Cove, a gigantic bar located in Section 132. The bar features Diageo's premium liquors, with cocktails on tap as well as draft beer.

Nationals Ballpark

Enzo's Pizza is another new offering for 2015, with New York style thin crust pizza available in Sections 115, 210, 229 and 310. For something sweet, Leilani's Shave Ice Hawaiian ice stands are coming to sections 143 and 229. Meanwhile, South Capitol Sushi is moving to Section 217 in the Norfolk Southern Club and will still offer sushi rolls.

At Nationals Park's Red Porch, menu additions include Korean barbecue steak tacos and chicken meatball bahn mi sandwiches. And here's a freebie for fans: Chick-fil-A is new corporate partner for the Nationals, and fans will receive a free Chick-fil-A sandwich after each save recorded by a National pitcher at Nationals Park.

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