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Concessionaires Roll Out Tempting Ballpark Fare
April 8, 2014 03:32 PM
We’ll be back again with food from other MLB concessionaires.
Citi Field (Mets)
|Pat LaFrieda's meatball sliders at Citi Field are from a family recipe.
Fenway Park (Red Sox)
Wake up with a breakfast burger, topped with a fried egg, fresh mozzarella cheese, sauteed onions and chipotle sauce. $10
PNC Park (Pirates)
The Closer is an overstuffed grilled cheese sandwich with four slices of thick-cut sourdough, nine cheeses, candied bacon and a leek, plus Granny Smith apple compote. $14.50
Minute Maid Park (Astros)
Texas Hold ’Em is a barbecue chicken sandwich with cheddar cheese, tomato, fries and slaw crammed between Texas toast. $9
Citizens Bank Park (Phillies)
The Philly cheesesteak dog is a no-brainer at this ballpark. Hot dog topped with Philadelphia steak, melted cheese, “wit’ or wit’out onions.” $7.
Rogers Centre (Blue Jays)
The Muddy York Market fish taco is named after the city’s famed farmer’s market. Crusted tilapia served in a flour tortilla, mixed with red cabbage slaw, chili-lime sour cream, pico de gallo and cilantro. Two for $11.
Coors Field (Rockies)
A twist on the traditional Reuben sandwich. Pastrami, sauerkraut, Russian dressing and Swiss cheese on a pretzel bun. $10.
Tropicana Field (Rays)
Bangin’ shrimp ($11), fried bologna sliders ($5), housemade smoked beef jerky ($6) and old-fashioned deviled eggs ($3) are all served at the new Everglades Brewhouse.
Fans can wash them down with Everglades Moonshine, a mix of bourbon and lemonade served in a Mason jar with a house-smoked bacon strip swizzle. The drink costs $14, and you get to keep the jar.
|The crab sandwich is served on the club level at Safeco Field.
The ’Pen, the stadium’s outfield food court, remains one of the best experiences in baseball four years after the space underwent a retrofit. Swingin’ Wings, a new stand at the ’Pen, offers classic Buffalo-style, honey serrano and barbecue sauce chicken wings for $9.
The same stand sells Dirty Tots, tater tots topped with Beecher’s flagship cheddar, Carlton’s Farm pork belly and Bay Valley picked peppers. Those three brands are local companies.
On the club level at Safeco Field, the crab sandwich ($13), oysters and chips ($10) and applewood smoked salmon chowder ($7) are new items.
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