The trio of Cajun-flavored cricket tacos sells for $12 at a taqueria in Philips Arena, and comes with onion, cilantro, avocado, and queso, according to Sports Illustrated. Another concession stand at Philips Arena will sell a one-ounce bag of sweet and spicy-flavored crickets, so you can munch on insects as you would popcorn.
The Hawks, who've come to bear an association with crickets for the first time in franchise history not due to the low-decibel level of fans, but because of tacos, are following in the tradition of MLB team the Seattle Mariners, which also sells a hugely popular cricket dish at their stadium.
Whether or not cricket tacos spread like their uglier locust cousins to sports stadiums across the country will definitely be determined after the Atlanta experiment. In the meantime, you could always make your own cricket tacos, as the main ingredient is usually readily available after dark.