Wrigley Field turned 100 this year. To celebrate 100 years of winning (just kidding!), they're offering a ton of new food items. There are the Decade Dogs, four of which will be available all year and the rest of which will be offered during special homestands all year. There are also cocktails and a whole bunch of new items in the suites.
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Each item is inspired by a different decade that Wrigley's been around for. The homestand dates aren't listed anywhere, so we did the math with a schedule.
Here are the remaining homestands and the specials available at each. Four dogs—the Chicago, Pulled Pork, Reuben and Buffalo Chicken dogs—will be available all year.
1920s: May 2-6
Chicago Dog + Upper Deck Gin Rickey
1930s: May 16-21
Cheesesteak Dog + Called Shot Manhattan
1940s: June 3-8
Corn Dog Nibblers + Day Game (hurricane)
1950s: June 20-28
TV Dinner Dog + Mr. Cub Cocktail #14 (Cubbie Blue cocktail)
1960s: July 11-13
Buffalo Wing Dog + Alabama Ironman (whiskey sour to honor Billy Williams)
1970s: July 22-31
Pulled Pork Dog + Cooperstown Iced Tea
1980s: August 8-14
Nacho Dog + Electric Ryno Margarita
1990s: August 19-24
Bagel Dog + Home Run Hop (Sosa-inspired cocktail)
2000s: September 1-3
The most popular dog from the last decade + Playoff Punch
The hot dogs are available at the Decade Dog stand, next to Gate F near section 123. The cocktails are available on the main concourse at section 109 and on the bleacher patio in left field.