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Duluth Restaurant's Entrees Among New Foods Featured at Target Field

Updated: 04/01/2014 11:10 PM
Created: 04/01/2014 11:05 PM WDIO.com

Minnesota Twins fans now have more food choices at Target Field.

Among the notable additions are Valentini's Vicino Lago's Porketta "Slugger," made with pork and cream cheese rolled in an egg roll and red sauce and a crispy belly bacon dish.

Valentini's will also be serving up an Italian burger for Twins fans.

Among the desserts is hand-scooped ice cream with flavors of salted caramel, berry and vanilla.

The Star Tribune reports there are also new local craft beers, Knob Creek bourbon and Jim Beam cocktails.

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