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Hot dog, cheesesteak, crab fries

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Joe Robbie

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Damn it, the place where the Marlins play has some pretty solid arepas.

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I'm pretty trad. Buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jack, maybe a hot dog and a beer....

Same here. Though my out-of-town friends get a kick out of the fried clams and clam chowder at Fenway Park.

I've got game tickets for later this month, I'll look around for anything new and interesting in the food department.



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I only go to ballparks when there's no game (took my boy to a Monster Truck show that was a lot more fun than I expected!) but I really prefer a nice good hotdog or polish at such a venue. Sushi seems way out of place, maybe a greasy slice of peperoni pizza. The garlic fries always smell fantastic and are a disappointing soggy mess, don't buy those anymore. But there (Oakland) are bbq places, sandwiches, quite some variety from what I saw. San Jose (shark tank) seems to have even more, but I'm only there for concerts, where most of the food places are closed.

A nice juicy hotdog on a bun, onions, relish, lots of mustard and ketchup, that's just what hit's the spot for me at these venues :smile:


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crab fries

??? As in fries with some sort of crab infused sauce? Please explain :)

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crab fries

??? As in fries with some sort of crab infused sauce? Please explain :)

Fries dusted with old bay. Pretty common from Baltimore to Philly. Very addictive

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Auto Zone Park (Redbirds, the Cardinals' AAA affiliate) in Memphis has barbecue nachos (an abomination) and cheese and sausage plates from the Rendezvous, long-time Memphis barbecue landmark. AZP is perhaps the biggest thing I miss about Memphis. Great park.


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