Hall of Famer Lou Gehrig was known as the “Iron Horse” when he played for the Yankees. The Cubs, with Stephanie Izard, now have an Iron Chef. Izard’s new Wrigley Field menu debuts today, and the Cubs will be offering her food through June 11. Izard is part of a team of celebrity chefs—Rick Bayless, Graham Elliot, Jeff Mauro, and Matthias Merges—who will cook special baseball game items.
The food’s available down the right-field line at a remodeled stadium concourse. Izard, whose Girl & the Goat staff famously roasted a goat after the Cubs broke their World Series drought, is offering fans goat in the form of tacos braised with Maker’s Mark bourbon chili mole sauce.
Merges is chef on deck and the man behind Yusho, Billy Sunday, A10, and Old Irving Brewing Co. He will begin his time at Wrigley on June 19.
Meanwhile, check out Izard’s menu below.
Vienna Beef hot dog with “This Little Goat Went to Korea mayo,” spiced crispy onions, Korean pickles.
Korean Fried Chicken
Twice fried, spiced chicken strips with “This Little Goat Went to Korea” mayo.
Pork Belly Fries
Waffle fries with crispy pork belly, “This Little Goat Went to Southeast Asia” mayo pickled peppers, chili oil, and cilantro.
Got the Goat Tacos
Goat braised in Maker’s Mark chili mole sauce with grilled pineapple salsa and green sauce on freshly made Little Goat tortillas.
Spiced Peanut Butter Cookie
Peanut butter oatmeal cookies stuffed with “This Little Goat Went to India”-spiced peanut butter frosting.