What is your favorite food at your favorite ballpark?

My favorite ball park is Safeco Field, since it’s the closest and only one I’ve been too.

Seattle is a big seafood city. It’s home to Ivars Seafood. The best thing is the Fish and Chips or the Clam Chowder in a bread bowl. Only complaint is if you want a Coke you’re going to have a bad time since Pepsi is a sponsor and it’s the only thing they sell in the Stadium.

What’s your Favorite Food item at your teams stadium?

Sheboygan Dog (San Francisco). Big sausage sandwich pulled high with grilled onions. My arteries are still hardening from my last visit.

13 Responses to “What is your favorite food at your favorite ballpark?”

  1. Devid says:

    batter and meat
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  2. hubert c says:

    Many of the parks have great food. if you want to stay basic nothing beats a Dodger dog or a fenway frank.
    If you want to get special yes the fish and chips at safeco the chowder i had wasn’t that great. Send me back out east though my roots PNC a Pimenco sandwich in pittsburgh the pit at Camden yards and lets not forget the gateway to fat waist lines Bob Gibson at Saint Louis Stadium.
    Big Yankee fan but I find none of the food even decent i go on side trips starving till game over and it is off to White Castles for a sack. Get a pizza at any mom and pops in NY and bring it home for breakfast.
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  3. richard s says:

    Dodger Dogs at Dodger Stadium, no question,
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  4. kball49 says:

    Nachos
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  5. meerkat~the original... says:

    Comerica Park. How could I NOT get pizza?

    Also disliking the Pepsi products.
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  6. Vin Scully says:

    A HotDog
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  7. KRiSTA <3 says:

    i always have to get dip n dots
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  8. Nick - Sox, Bears, Hawks, Bulls says:

    Irish Nachos in a batting helmet at Comiskey Park.
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  9. DoReidos says:

    At Kauffman Stadium it’s Black and Bleu sliders from the .390 Bar and Grill or the burnt ends at All-Star BBQ.
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  10. Ken says:

    Traditional hot dog and a cold beer
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  11. Da Pho? says:

    Sheboygan Dog (San Francisco). Big sausage sandwich pulled high with grilled onions. My arteries are still hardening from my last visit.
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  12. 100% Steel says:

    Well, the only MLB ballpark I’ve ever been to is the Rogers Center. I’d love to see some of the other ones one day…maybe when I’m older. Anyway, on a hot day at the Rogers Center nothing is better than a Drumstick (the ice cream, not meat…lol).
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  13. Nathan says:

    At great American ballpark in Cincinnati, skyline chili is amazing
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