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Street Fusion Cart Launches at Home Depot Center

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Thu, May 19, 2011 at 3:38 PM

click to enlarge The Home Depot Center's Street Fusion Cart
  • The Home Depot Center's Street Fusion Cart
Even major league sports are cashing in on the street food trend. This Saturday, May 26th, the Home Depot Center debuts its new Street Fusion food cart at the LA Galaxy vs. Chivas USA game. "Fusion" is the operative word, with a menu that spans half-a-dozen cultures and multiple continents. After all, soccer is the most international of sports. Why shouldn't its concessions reflect that?

Look for the Street Fusion cart on the west side of the stadium across from section 109, where it will be serving a little bit of everything: chicken and chorizo chalupas, elote (grilled corn with toppings like cotija cheese, chili powder, lime and mayo), bacon-wrapped hot dogs, fruit cups, jumbo roasted turkey legs, Singapore skewers (chicken and beef marinated in a sake soy sauce) and "Asian burritos" filled with fried rice, vegetables and teriyaki-marinated chicken. The beautiful game just got a little prettier.

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