Taste of Belgium coming to Great American Ball Park - Tucson News Now

Taste of Belgium coming to GABP

Jean-François Flechet, founder of Taste of Belgium. FOX19 file photo Jean-François Flechet, founder of Taste of Belgium. FOX19 file photo
Great American Ball Park. FOX19 file photo Great American Ball Park. FOX19 file photo
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Baseball fans will be able to get Taste of Belgium waffles at Great American Ballpark this year.

The  food will be available behind section 133 on the first base concourse. Featured items include waffles with chocolate or strawberry toppings, Belgium fries and a Waffle ‘n' chicken: chicken breast, Ohio maple syrup and hot sauce.

On Wednesday's FOX19 Morning News, we'll have a demonstration of some new menu items.

Taste of Belgium is a restaurant with locations in Clifton, Over-the-Rhine and Findlay Market.

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