2019 Stanley Cup Final TD Garden unveils special menu items for Stanley Cup Final

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  1. HockeyMomx2

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    Its nasty, and it's everywhere out here. Like every single bar near a donut place has them
     
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    Real talk, if you get the right cook the burgers at Big Bad Burger are actually quite tasty.

    Also, i haven’t tried the latest versions, but the crab cake and lobster rolls last year in the Loge were very good. I have had many crab cake sandos at TD the last few years.
     
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    The $15.00 dollar one probably has a half of an ounce of meat in it. :lol: That was the only thing that appealed to me as well.
     
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    Wen in season traveling along the coast you will find them at those prices.
     
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    I’m not going to eat one at a hockey game, but if you’re looking down your nose at a fried Oreo sundae I seriously question your judgement.
     
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    No jumbo home-cooked meatball?!?
     
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    In a world where I'm built like Chris Sale, the pasta in a baguette (is this some homage to Pasta and Patrice?) and the Oreo sundae look good, but I'd pass on all the rest. I honestly don't understand the donut-burger thing. The chicken "wings" are probably just their Tyson tenders dunked in sauce. I'm not really a hot dog person, and steak as a topping on a dog just seems weird. Sal's Pizza is just a big no for me, and buffalo chicken doesn't help - especially in this series, where the cracker-thin Sal's pizza is too reminiscent of Imo's St. Louis-style pizza. And to those of you who eat fast food fish...I salute your bravery.
     
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    They’re gonna have TD Bank loan officers setup right next to that concession stand for that very reason. Jacobs has it all covered!
     
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    If we were playing the Sharks, could have been the Jumbo Joe home cooked meatball
     
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    Donut burgers only work IMO if you make them like they do at Donna's Donuts in Tewksbury : the "burger" part has to be a chocolate honey dipped donut patty.......not an actual hamburger.
     
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    Exactly. Then complain when our insurance won't cover the half dozen prescriptions we need for being gluttonous slobs.
     
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    Crabcakes and football, that's what Maryland does.
     
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    It's the play-offs tho. The joke is, when you get back to your seat you open the box and your meatball is gone, like Joe in the play-offs.
     
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    I'd love to try one but not from the garden
     
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    Yikes...real healthy...NOT
     
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    Has anyone asked: "Why?"

    I can pinpoint the worst lobster roll I've ever had in my life (and the only one I remember worth labelling "bad"). It was a few years back at some event in Legends (in the Garden). So I'd advise everyone to not get that.
     
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    They were using Legal Seafood for a couple seasons. Brought in an actual Legal chef and all of their product. It was either section 9 or 19, i can’t remember. But i worked there a lot. Not so much for the money, that was just ok, but moreso for dinner. It was excellent.
     
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    This is how bad the 11 day layoff is that we are legitimately discussing the arena menu.
     
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    Interesting. These were smaller lobster rolls that I'm willing to bet were not prepared by an actual Legal chef. Glad that my experience was isolated.
     
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    The idea of eating fish at a sporting event makes me queasy.
     
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    Personally, I've never been impressed by Legal. Not bad, but there are a dozen places I'd go for better seafood.
     
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    I don't even know how it is possible for the human body to digest some if those foods.

    You need a belly like a goat, I bet the tray is easier on your insides.
     
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    I want to know what filthy bastard would eat one of these.
     
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    Haggerty would
     
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    I can't fathom trying to eat any of that while squished into an arena seat with no table. Give me something simple, no mess.

    Like, cookies, for example.
     
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