Here's some advice for fans coming to Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final in at Enterprise Center St. Louis on Saturday: Don't eat before you get there.
The St. Louis Blues on Friday unveiled a STL Kitchen Stanley Cup Final menu of items available for the game against the Boston Bruins that is fit for multiple kings.
Perhaps the most, er, filling item on the menu is the aptly named Big-as-your-head Beef Ravioli, featuring two enormous toasted ravioli, which is a St. Louis specialty.
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"That is pretty impressive," Blues defenseman Colton Parayko said after looking at a photo of the oversized meal. "I don't know if I could take them down. Two of them? And corn on the cob? I don't know. That looks pretty good though. If you haven't had toasted ravioli, I highly recommend it."
There is also the "Mac Schwartzy" Hatrick Mac & Cheese, which features Buffalo chicken or slow smoked beef topped with crushed local favorite Red Hot Riplet chips on top of three-cheese mac and cheese, and beef dip sandwiches with beer-infused au jus.
For those who want to add some Boston feel to their meal, there is the Beat up Beantown Fries, which is fries covered with baked beans, St. Louis classic Provel cheese, toasted ravioli, and St. Louis BBQ sauce.
"Our Stanley Cup menu actually goes back a few seasons," said Steven Maak, executive chef for Levy at Enterprise Center. "We introduced a dining initiative called 'STL Kitchen' that really leans on St. Louis-made ingredients and restaurants Blues fans love from around the city.
"We see the Stanley Cup as a celebration of that community and an opportunity to show the country what St. Louis' culinary scene actually looks like. To do that, we added more St. Louis ingredients in creative ways, worked with restaurants to add signature, celebratory dishes you can only get here, and adapted signature New England dishes in our own style.
In addition to the baked bean fries, the culinary team will be serving other Boston-inspired dishes, such as a lobster roll, clam bake, a hot dog topped with baked beans, and pork chowder poutine.
And to wash it down, the Callin' Gloria, which is vodka, elderflower liqueur, thyme-rosemary nectar, grapefruit soda, and rosemary salt, is one of the signature cocktails that would make an excellent accompaniment to The Gloria steak and pastrami sandwich and a sing-a-long with about 19,000 of your neighbors and friends.
For the complete list of dishes and where to find them click here: Enterprise Center Stanley Cup Final menu.