Cincinnati-inspired foods, Chick-fil-A debuting at Great American Ball Park this season

A variety of new food options inspired by Queen City culture are coming to Great American Ball Park this year.

At various restaurants stationed in the ballpark, new sandwiches, desserts, snacks and other light bites are appearing, according to a news release. All of them are traditional ballpark food, with a local twist.

Some examples include:

  • Skyline Chili nachos: Tortilla chips topped with Skyline chili, nacho cheese sauce and shredded cheddar cheese. Available at the Skyline locations at sections 115 and 418.

  • Goetta pretzel bites: Glier's goetta bites and mini pretzel bites with queso. Available in Scouts Alley.

  • Split Finger: Glier's bratwurst with sauerkraut, bistro sauce and mustard, served on an Italian roll. Available in Scouts Alley, grill and and fry stand at section 415, and food bar locations.

  • GABP Burger: Glier's goetta topped with American cheese, over-hard egg and bistro sauce, on a pretzel bun. Available at food bar locations.

  • Redlegs soft serve: Vanilla ice cream with fruit punch Kool-Aid flavoring and a choice of toppings, served in a mini Reds helmet. Available in Scouts Alley.

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The foods come in partnership with Cincinnati Reds' retail partner Delaware North.

Chick-fil-A opening kiosk at Great American Ball Park

Chick-fil-A is also debuting at the ballpark on Opening Day.

A kiosk, which will be near Gapper's Alley behind section 118, will first offer a limited menu with the fast food restaurant's flagship chicken sandwich. Waffle potato chips and chocolate fudge brownies will also be available.

Nuggets, waffle fries and spicy chicken sandwiches will also begin to be served when a concession stand opens at the same location. No date for an opening was given in the release.

This article originally appeared on Cincinnati Enquirer: Locally inspired foods coming to Cincinnati Reds stadium this season