Nationals will be selling an eight-pound ‘Strasburger’ at home games
Since moving over from Montreal, the Washington Nationals have not had a winning season. They have come close a couple times and are improving as of late, but they still leave a lot to be desired. Nationals fans are waiting on Stephen Strasburg and Bryce Harper to take over the franchise, but more often than not they leave the ballpark with an empty feeling in their stomachs. This season, they will have the opportunity to fill that emptiness with the Strasburger, an eight-pound monstrous entree that will be available at a concession stand in Nationals Park. Check out the description that D.C. Sports Bog passed along:
Weighing eight pounds total (including toppings), the StrasBurger is a monstrous all beef burger (combination of ground brisket, chuck and short ribs). The burger is served on a large burger bun with our secret sauce, American cheese, shredded lettuce, sliced tomatoes, sliced red onions, pickle chips and served with a cone basket of fresh cut fries and a pitcher of your choice of soft drink. This signature dish is the perfect entrée to share at this affordably-priced family restaurant.
I think “large burger bun” could be the biggest understatement of the offseason. And what, no reward for eating it? I know ballpark food is expensive, but if someone polishes off an eight-pound burger I would think they’d get their name on the wall or something. If the amount of fans vomiting in Nationals Park increases drastically this season, don’t blame the booze.
H/T Hardball Talk