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Three Bites: Devour these Park plates before heading into T-Mobile for hockey

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Bruxie’s Holy Chicken sandwich.
Photo: Wade Vandervort

1. Shackburger at SHAKE Shack

Obvious? Sure, but that doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be your pre-game go-to. The patties, buns and veggies always taste fresh, and they’ll fill you up, especially if you add crinkle-cut fries to your order. The line moves fast, but don’t stress if you run out of time—there’s another Shack in the arena. Single $5,89, double $8.69, fries $2.99.

2. BEERHAUS BRAT AT BEERHAUS

The beer list gets most of the accolades at this gameday hot spot, but the bar food’s sneaky good, and pairs nicely with your pint. This sausage comes loaded with flavor—some of it from the IPA cheddarwurst infused within the link, some from the bacon jam layered on top. The crispy, fried onions put it over the top. $8.

3. HOLY CHICKEN AT BRUXIE

If our photo doesn’t already have you heading toward the Park to try one, the ingredients should: fried chicken, fluffy waffles, bacon, cheddar cheese, sriracha and an egg poised to ooze all over everything. If you get some on your Fleury jersey no one will judge you … much. $13.50.

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