4 Ballpark Meals to Put on Your Bucket List

There’s something about sitting in the stands watching a game that makes baseball park food special. Here are four food recommendations that help make your ballpark experience complete.

4) Cheesesteak and Crab Fries

Citizens Bank Park, Philadelphia Phillies

Get a cheesesteak from Tony Luke’s (a real Philly Cheesesteak) and get crab fries from Chickie and Pete’s. It’s a lot of walking, but once you’re set up in those stands, you’re ready to go. (Note: bring a drink and maybe some blood thinners for the potential heart attack to follow.)

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3) Garlic Fries and Ghirardelli sundae for desert

AT&T Park, San Francisco Giants

This is a two-parter. Gilroy’s Garlic fries will light your mouth on fire. Then a few innings later, go get a sundae to cool things off.

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2) Shake Shack Burger and Shake

Citi Field, New York Mets

The Mets offer some of the best food options in the MLB. Our advice: go to the Shake Shack, get a burger and a vanilla shake to wash it down. Perfection.

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1) Skyline Chili Cheese Dog

Great American Ballpark, Cincinnati Reds

With a 6-inch cloud of finely-shredded cheese piled on top, you wonder how you can fit in all in your mouth, but then it mushes together into cheese-chili-hotdog-onions-mustard-heaven-gone.

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