Baseball games last nine innings, and they take an average of three hours. During that time, you’re bound to get hungry—and peanuts and soft pretzels aren’t enough to keep you satisfied. The days of hot dogs and nachos are long gone, and now stadiums are offering culinary dishes that would impress any foodie. These are our top five picks for stadiums that serve the best food. Have you had the pleasure of enjoying any of these foods?
Who would have thought that food trucks would make their way into baseball games? And, in addition to food trucks, the stadium also offers Ahi Poke Tacos and ribs.
The Atlanta Braves’ home is also home to Chick-fil-A, Waffle House, and Coca-Cola—so it comes as no surprise that the stadium offers these foods. They also have a huge multi-pork chop sandwich that’s topped with collard green slaw and Alabama white BBQ sauce.
If hot dogs aren’t your thing, or you want a different food experience at baseball stadiums, you have to try the Churro Dog at the Arizona Diamondbacks’ Chase Field. This dessert looks almost too good to share.
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Baltimore is known for their crab, and the Oriole’s stadium serves a lot of it. They have crab dip waffle fries, crab hotdogs, and kettle chips topped with crab.
The Kansan City Royals’ home has a delicious Pulled Pork Patty Melt, which is housed in a funnel cake bun and topped with tons of add-ons. If this is too much for you, you can try the cheesy corn brisket nachos or chicken bacon smoke steak waffle fries.