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New Restaurant Opens at Chase Field: Think Barbecue, Sandwiches Wrapped in Tape Measures, and the "Hottest Wings in Baseball"

Just in time for the Arizona Diamondbacks' opening day, Game Seven Grill, the new barbecue-style restaurant at Chase Field, will open its doors to hungry baseball fans.

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In the former home of Sliders, which had been a part of the ballyard since 2003, Game Seven Grill was created in partnership with Levy Restaurants, a Chicago-based restaurant company.

Ready to trade your D-backs dog for some smoked ribs, a "Tape Measure Shot" barbecue sandwich, or the "hottest wings in baseball?" Barbecue, er, batter up.

Armed with a smoker able to serve up to 600 pounds of its signature, slow-smoked barbecue meats, Game Seven Grill will offer its guests a choice of 'cue items like ribs, beef brisket, chicken, turkey, and pork with three kinds of sauces from an "all American" barbecue menu.

Also featured are the "Hottest Wings in Baseball," made with ghost pepper, the extremely hot chili pepper of choice when it comes to eating misadventures on YouTube. Want to become "King of the Wing?" Sign a waiver and good luck.

Other dishes include the "Tape Measure Shot" barbecue sandwich, stacked with pulled pork, beef brisket, and hickory smoked bacon on grilled toast and wrapped with a foot-and-a-half tape measure; smoky chicken nachos; and barbecue brisket skins. A kids menu and desserts are also available.

Game Seven's remodeled 20,000-square-foot space will display tons of baseball memorabilia, will open three hours before first pitch of D-backs home games, and will remain open for about 90 minutes after each game.

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Laura Hahnefeld
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