Must-Try Concession Items at MLB Stadiums

MLB match between Boston Red Sox and and Los Angeles Angels. Photo by Peter Joneleit/CSM/Shutterstock (10376510ab)

Major League Baseball’s concessions are one of the main draws to the ballpark apart from the excellent on-field action and the fun of spending a warm summer night outdoors with your friends or family.

Foodies who like baseball will find no shortage of parks to visit to try some of baseball’s most iconic snacks. Here are some of the highlights you can find around the league.

Dodger Dog: Dodger Stadium

Dodger Stadium is the home of the Dodger Dog, one of the most famous concession items in all of America. This 10-inch pork sausage served in a steamed bun is usually topped with ketchup, mustard, relish, and chopped onions and represents the most typical of baseball foods.

Toasted Grasshoppers: T-Mobile Park

Are you looking for something a little more out-of-the-box? The toasted grasshoppers served at the Seattle Mariners’ home stadium will run you only $5 and give you a crunchy, protein-filled snack that’s delicious if you aren’t too scared to try it. Seasoned with chili and lime, you’ll be surprised at how good this adaptation of a Mexican street food is.

Crabfries: Citizens Bank Park

French fry lovers who want to try some of America’s best should make time to go to a Phillies game if they’re ever in Philadelphia. Here, Chickie and Pete’s serves up “Crabfries,” a delicious bucket of seasoned fries that are served with white cheddar dipping sauce in an irresistible combination.