A view of Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.

Super Bowl 53: See the L.A., N.E. hot dogs to be served at Mercedes-Benz Stadium 

Everyone’s decided which team they’ll be rooting for this Sunday as the L.A. Rams take on the New England Patriots at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. 

If you’re going to the game, you’ll also get a chance to cast your vote in another epic battle.

As part of its special food offerings for the Super Bowl, Mercedes-Benz Stadium is serving $5 hot dogs dressed up for each of the teams playing in the big game.

The N.E. Bean-town Frank is topped with northern beans, maple syrup, nueskes bacon and green onions.

The N.E. Dog will be served at Super Bowl 53 on Sunday.
Photo: Handout

The L.A. Chicharrόn Dog comes topped with pinto beans, jalapenos, garlic, roasted poblano pepper strips, cotija cheese, tajin seasoned chicharrόnes and cilantro.

The L.A. dog will be served during Super Bowl 53.
Photo: Handout

So, when it comes to hot dogs, which team gets your support? 

If hot dogs aren’t your thing, don’t worry -- there are plenty of other options throughout the stadiumincluding items from Molly B’s, Kevin Gillespie’s Gamechanger and The Iberian Pig. Another bonus? The “fans first”’ concession pricing will remain in effect for the big game. 


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