It's been exciting to see all 30 Major League Baseball Stadiums safely reopen for the 2021 season, with over half of them opened at full capacity. Baseball fans are returning in droves to watch games, spend time with friends and family, and eat famously-delicious food from concessions. Over the last 5 years, stadiums nationwide have come a long way from serving traditional hot dogs and popcorn to scrumptious gourmet creations that have elevated the stadium dining experience.
To make sure you get the most out of this baseball season, we've created a list of amazing signature dishes from top MLB stadiums across the country. Be sure to check out SpotOn contactless payment and mobile ordering solutions at these ballparks when you order them! SpotOn already powers digital and mobile ordering and payments across 42 baseball stadiums in the U.S.
1. Progressive Field - Cleveland, OH.
Fat Rooster Chicken Sandwich
It's a spicy, fried chicken breast, tossed in Franks Hot Sauce and buttermilk, spiced up with habanero powder, with coleslaw on top, drizzled with honey mayo, on a bun. It comes with a pickle, and waffle fries are optional. What's not to love?
2. Busch Stadium - St. Louis, MO.
Four Hand Nachos
Fresh, crisp Tortilla chips fried in-house and slathered in melted Monterey jack, crumbled queso fresco, jalapeno slices, pico de gallo, green onion slices, and sour cream, topped with your choice of pork carnitas, shredded chicken, or ground nacho-spiced beef. Why wouldn't you want to eat more nachos?
3. Comerica Park - Detroit, MI.
Chicken Shawarma Nachos
This unique twist on a classic Mediterranean dish is a crowd favorite at this beloved ballpark. It's a huge portion too, a meal in itself, perfect for sharing. Two thumbs up!
4. Minute Maid Park - Houston, TX.
Nolan Ryan Beef Prime Rib Sandwich
For years, Nolan Ryan beef has been a staple at Minute Maid Park, but fans love this new twist on an old favorite: the Prime Rib Steak Sandwich. This sandwich features sliced Nolan Ryan Beef Prime Rib, topped with caramelized onions and horseradish cream, served on a split-top bun. Find it at the Texas Legends stand.
5. Coors Field - Denver, CO.
A triple play of deliciousness and flavor, this popular dish combines Mexican street corn with tater tots and the nacho format, served in a souvenir helmet. Get yours before they run out!
I tried the news Elote Totchos! Incredible, dare I say worth the $14.50 given the fact that 4 of us couldn’t finish it and called in back up? Would eat again with a crowd 👏🏼 #9news #Rockies pic.twitter.com/eOGgKToyBI— Kylie Bearse (@KylieBearseWX) April 5, 2019
6. Fenway Park - Boston, MA.
Nothing says New England like a lobster roll! One of Fenway Park's most popular items during baseball season, this iconic sandwich includes a perfectly-toasted hot dog bun with a fresh, hard shell, two-pound lobster. Made from famous fresh Maine lobster that's cooked fresh each game, it's no surprise the stadium sells over 1,000 pounds of lobster each game.
7. PNC Park - Pittsburgh, PA.
This smorgasbord of flavors includes Kielbasa, Pierogi, Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, Russian dressing, all inside a delectable, perfectly-crunchy waffle cone.
8. Yankee Stadium - Bronx, New York City.
Lobel's Steak Sandwich
The deeply-satisfying Lobel's Steak sandwich is a fan favorite. It's a hand-carved steak sandwich doused in rich and tasty au jus, served on an onion Kaiser roll with an insanely good horseradish sauce on the side.
9. Target Field - Minneapolis, MN.
Tony O's Cuban Sandwich
This delicious blend of melted Swiss cheese, ham, roasted pork, and thinly sliced pickles on toasted bread is a spin on the traditional Cuban sandwich and a fan-favorite at this venue since the 2010 opening.
10. Dodger Stadium - Los Angeles, CA.
If you like eating a hot dog while drinking a michelada, you'll like this michelada-spiced sausage. This dish combines a michelada-spiced sausage with citrus coleslaw and Tajin seasoning with a chamoy nut crumble.
A michelada-spiced sausage and grasshopper ice cream. Here are the best new ballpark foods https://t.co/Ug1FWJx7sk— L.A. Times Sports (@latimessports) April 4, 2021
11. Globe Life Park - Arlington, TX.
The Boomstick hot dog
A two-foot-long hot dog affectionately known as the "Boomstick," named after the bat used by Texas Rangers slugger Nelson Cruz. This all-beef hot dog is smothered in chili, nacho cheese, jalapenos, and caramelized onions, all on top of a massive potato bun. The whole thing weighs in at 3 pounds.
Everything is bigger in Texas including the $27.50 Boomstick, which is a 2-foot all-beef hot dog, smothered in chili, nacho cheese, jalapenos and caramelized onion. It weighs three pounds. #WorldSeries #Dodgers pic.twitter.com/KIVHtHOSnh— Arash Markazi (@ArashMarkazi) October 20, 2020
12. Citi Field - Queens, NY.
Pete Alonso's Polar Burger
A co-creation of Mets slugger Pete Alonso and Chef Jason Eksterowicz, this tasty treat is a ballpark favorite. It features Pat LaFrieda's black truffle blended burger patty, New York maple-spiced caramelized onions, smoked gouda cheese, lettuce, tomato, and claw sauce, all on a fresh-baked brioche bun. Fans can get it with a side of Arctic Onions—polar-spiced shaved Vidalia onions and claw sauce. Yum!
13. Petco Park - San Diego, CA.
Burgundy Pepper Tri-Tip Nachos
Easily one of the most loved items on the menu at this ballpark, the tri-tip nachos offered by Seaside Market comes in a large size, enough to share. It includes fresh tortilla chips smothered in nacho cheese, smoky barbecue sauce, and sour cream, topped with tender beef tri-tip and green onions.
14. Oakland Coliseum - Oakland, CA.
Tenders, Love and Chicken
Hand-breaded chicken tenders with a variety of delicious sauces to choose from: Buffalo, Honey Hot, Honey Mustard, Ranch, Hickory BBQ, and Golden BBQ. These tenders come with fries dusted with ranch seasoning.
We’ve partnered with @AramarkSports to bring fans innovative and delicious food and beverage options. Leading off is Launch Test Kitchen. Have a bite of this Pulled Pork Sandwich. pic.twitter.com/ZmD4dzRTLs— Oakland A's (@Athletics) March 22, 2019
15. Angel Stadium - Anaheim, CA.
Saint Archer Pretzel
Made fresh daily by a pastry team, each of these best-selling pretzels is hand-rolled. It's paired with warm jalapeño-cheese sauce and Saint Archer Blonde Ale Mustard. Each pretzel weighs almost one pound.
Only one week left to vote for our Saint Archer Pretzel!— Los Angeles Angels (@Angels) May 19, 2021
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