If you’re a baseball fan who also loves food, this is your week.
The Braves start their season at home this Thursday against the Phillies, and several restaurants are providing ways for you to curb your hunger while cheering on your favorite team.
Local Three. The restaurant is offering an opening day special from Thursday-Saturday: A Wagyu beef hot dog with dijon, vidalia onion relish and crispy vidalia onion rings, served with chips and a PBR tall boy for $14.93.
3290 Northside Pkwy. NW, Atlanta. 404-968-2700, localthree.com/
C. Ellet’s. The Battery restaurant is kicking off the season with a Creature Comforts Tap Takeover. Look for favorites including Cosmik Debris and Athena Paradiso, as well as some special releases from the brewery. During the 7th inning stretch, the eatery will pop some large-format Farm-House Ales, made with the help of local farmers, and paired with oysters.
2605 Circle 75 Pkwy Suite 400, Atlanta. 678-996-5344, .c-ellets.com/
Dairy Queen. The ice cream chain is starting baseball season by offering a new treat. The Triple Play Blizzard Treat will only be available in one store in each of the 15 home team cities beginning Thursday. The limited availability Blizzard will be made with caramel coated peanuts, caramel popcorn brittle and chocolate chunks blended with ice cream and topped with pretzel rods and chocolate drizzled caramel popcorn.
2871 Chamblee Tucker Road, Chamblee. 770-451-7565, dairyqueen.com/baseball.
Spiller Park Coffee. The coffee shop named for the champion 1933 Spiller Park Hooligans is offering free 12 oz. drip coffee for anyone who stops by either location with baseball attire.
Ponce City Market, 675 Ponce de Leon Ave., Atlanta, 404-919-2978 and 2929 N. Druid Hills Road, Atlanta, 404-823-5737. spillerpark.com/
BurgerFi. The burger spot is hosting a $1 Dog Day on Thursday — get two Vienna hot doogs per person for $1 each with complimentary toppings (premium toppings will have an upcharge).
Locations in Atlanta, Norcross and Alpharetta. burgerfi.com/
The El Felix. The Tex-Mex eatery from Ford Fry, which opened at The Battery in November, will open its taco truck this week. Built into the design of the restaurant, the 1947 Raymond Lowey-inspired truck will offer grab-and-go snacks and drinks including super nachos,”hot tamales,” steak and chicken tacos al carbon and to-go margaritas. The truck will be open Thursday from 2-11 p.m. and 5 – 11 p.m. throughout opening weekend.
455 Legends Place SE, Suite 800. 770-675-6318, facebook.com/TheElFelixATL/