The Best Foods In Every MLB Ballpark

Birds are chirping again and flowers are beginning to sprout, which can only mean one thing: baseball is about to return for another season. While many can't wait to watch their favorite closers strike out the side or hit a home run, the sport itself isn't the only draw to the ballpark. A new baseball season means another year of charred hot dogs, nacho helmets, and ice-cold beer.

With 30 different ballparks in the MLB that stretch across the country (and into Canada), there's more than just standard sports bar fare to choose from when you go to a ball game. Many stadiums have gone above and beyond to provide gourmet options for their fans and give them another reason to "root root root for the home team." You can find everything from local favorites to foot-long sausages at MLB stadiums these days.

Here's the food at each stadium that really hits it out of the park, based mainly on last season's menus.

Oracle Park (San Francisco Giants)

Northern California is known for its fresh and healthy cuisine, and the San Francisco Giants' stadium is no exception. While you can still expect to find all the normal baseball fare at Oracle Park, there are quite a few intriguing food stands that step outside the batter's box. In true California fashion, there is actually a garden located behind the center-field wall in Oracle Park, SF Travel reports. Located nearby is Garden Table, which serves salads made from what's grown onsite, along with chili made with Impossible Meat for vegetarian baseball fans.

Also noteworthy is Orlando's Caribbean BBQ, which stands out for garnering four stars on Yelp — as a stand within a baseball stadium. Its Cha-Cha Bowl, a rice dish with jerk chicken, pineapple salsa, black beans, and veggies, is especially beloved. One yelper even noted that "​​it's hard to believe that food as good as this is in a ballpark." If you're interested in bringing the game home with you, NBC Sports walks through how to make this staple Oracle Park recipe.

Petco Park (San Diego Padres)

Few things scream San Diego as much as fresh seafood and authentic Mexican food. For this reason, it's no surprise that our top food choice in the Padres' Petco Park is the grilled fish taco from the Blue Water Seafood Market & Grill (per MLB). The taco features grilled fish along with cabbage, cheddar, tomatoes, onion, and a homemade white sauce.

The tacos are courtesy of a tiny local fish shop, with another outpost in Mission Beach, San Diego Magazine notes. Run by two brothers who focus on serving the freshest catch, Blue Water Seafood Market & Grill is the real deal. Come to the ballpark on Taco Tuesdays for an extra special deal: The dish will set you back a mere $2.50.

At Buona Forchetta, another local highlight, you can find authentic Italian wood-fired pizzas (via San Diego Magazine). Helmed by the descendent of an Italian family famous for its olive oil, Buona Forchetta will transport you from San Diego straight to Umbria all while you watch America's pastime.

PNC Park (Pittsburgh Pirates)

Wings are a staple at most sports tailgates, and they're also a highlight at the Pittsburgh Pirates' PNC Park. Pirates fans can sample some of the city's best chicken wings at Quaker's Steak & Lube — a Rust Belt casual dining chain that has an outpost in the stadium, Ballpark E-Guides notes. What makes Quaker's Steak & Lube's wings so great is the varieties of sauces to choose from that span spiciness levels. If you want to avoid getting messy in front of the whole stadium, the food stand is located next to an outdoor picnic area perfect for a respite from the crowds.

Head to Manny's BBQ in Center Field for another meal-filled option (per Visit Pittsburgh). The vendor, which was named after former Pirates catcher Manny Sanguillen, serves pulled pork sandwiches, sliders, and more. Sometimes, you can even get a Sanguillen autograph as your side, as the former player is known to hang around the stand.

Wrigley Field (Chicago Cubs)

The Windy City is known for the Chicago-style hot dog, which is a beef frank "dragged through the garden" — meaning topped with mustard, sport peppers, chopped onions, a whole pickle, tomatoes, celery salt, neon green relish, and never ketchup. That being said, our top choice at the Chicago Cubs' Wrigley Field is of the hot dog variety.

Beloved local sausage shop Hot Doug's may have closed its brick and mortar in the city back in 2014, but snag a ticket in Wrigley's bleacher seats and you can still order its rotating selection of hot dogs (per Eater). Former seasons' offerings featured on chef Doug Sohn's Instagram included JJ's Hawa Kaala (a Vienna polish sausage with gouda, sauerkraut, and honey mustard) and the Shawn Boskie (a jalapeno-jack pork sausage with salsa, chopped onions, and pepper jack cheese).

Two other Chicago staples — deep-dish pizza and Italian beef sandwiches — also are available at Wrigley. Head to Giordano's stands for the former and Buona Beef vendors for the latter, Eater reports.

T-Mobile Park (Seattle Mariners)

Lovers of raw fish probably don't associate baseball stadiums with high-quality sushi, but the Seattle Mariners' Safeco Field might prove them wrong. The ballpark is home to the Ichiroll, named after the team's former Japanese outfielder Ichiro Suzuki. The sushi roll was introduced way back in 2001 when most stadiums offered little more than hot dogs or hamburgers for hungry fans (per Seattle Magazine).

Over two decades later, it's clear that the dish — which resembles a California Roll — has staying power. The Ichiroll features salmon, avocado, and cucumber on the inside and is topped with imitation crab, fish roe, and spicy mayo, Seattle Magazine points out. Ringing in at $15, it's at around the typical price point for sushi, inside or outside a baseball stadium.

New to T-Mobile Park in 2022 is an outpost of local restaurant Marination, Fox 13 notes. The vendor will serve up Hawaiian-Korean fusion dishes, including an Aloha Slider and a Luau Plate, which is a choice of pork, chicken, or tofu along with a Hawaiian spin on macaroni salad.

Chase Field (Arizona Diamondbacks)

It's the best of both worlds at Arizona Diamondbacks' Chase Field, where you can find a sweet "hot dog" that's actually made of a churro. According to Phoenix New Times, the decadent offering will set you back $8.50 and 1,100 calories. Instead of a hot dog bun, the dish features a long john donut cut in half. Instead of ketchup and mustard topping the churro "hot dog," you'll find drizzles of chocolate and caramel sauces, scoops of fro-yo, and whipped cream — but is the dessert worth half your daily calories? Phoenix New Times sure thinks so, noting that it successfully marries all the flavors and textures you'd want in a sugary treat.

If you don't have a sweet tooth, Chase Field has two stands operated by local restaurant Gadzooks Enchiladas and Soup, ABC 15 reports. A highlight here is "festival tacos," which include a tortilla made from a corn/wheat mix, cornbread, pulled chicken, and a honey vinaigrette slaw — all topped with cotija cheese and ranch.

Dodger Stadium (Los Angeles Dodgers)

Los Angeles' Dodger dogs are such a long-standing part of baseball culture that they were even used as an insult in 1993's classic film "The Sandlot" (per USA Today). While the 10-inch long pork sausages in steamed buns may be Dodger Stadium's most well-known offering, the Michelada sausages are perhaps its tastiest. According to the Los Angeles Times, the sausages themselves are spiced like Micheladas, which are Mexican beer cocktails that feature lime juice, hot sauce, and Worcestershire sauce. The franks are then topped with citrus slaw, a ton of tangy Tajin seasoning and a chamoy nut crumble. It's a perfect treat for Mexican food lovers.

Elsewhere at Dodger Stadium, you can't go wrong with the tasty offerings from national chains Shake Shack and California Pizza Kitchen. Shake Shack was among the stadium's most popular offerings last season, while California Pizza Kitchen became the team's official pizza last season, per Los Angeles Daily News.

Kauffman Stadium (Kansas City Royals)

Kansas City is known for its style of barbecue, which is distinctive for its sweet, thick sauce that's made from a tomato base. You can find the stuff throughout KC, including at the Kauffman Stadium, home of the Kansas City Royals. While fans can opt for something more typical like pulled pork sandwiches, the Cheesy Corn Brisket-Achos are perhaps the best way to enjoy the city's BBQ at a game. A spin on nachos, the dish features tortilla chips covered in brisket, cheesy corn, coleslaw, and baked beans — all smothered in barbeque sauce (per KMBC). If you want the full experience, order it in a souvenir helmet.

If you need a break from the action, the stadium actually has a sports bar within it (per MLB). Craft & Draft's menu features shareables like nachos and Nashville-style hot wings or larger plates, including a ramen noodle bowl, street tacos, and custom pizza.

Coors Field (Colorado Rockies)

Few things scream summer in the United States like apple pie and baseball. Get the best of both worlds by ordering apple pie nachos while catching a game at Coors Field in Denver. Apparently, the dish started as a joke during a brainstorming session until the stadium's chefs realized it was actually delicious, CBS Denver reports. The "staff favorite" nachos consist of cinnamon tortillas covered with apple pie filling, caramel sauce, cheddar cheese from Tillamook, and whipped cream.

If a savory snack is more your cup of tea, the tochos at Coors Field fit the (baseball) bill. Local radio station New Country 99.1 named the dish — which is tater tots loaded with queso, green chilies, and cotija cheese — one of the best at the ballpark last season.

Feeling adventurous? Biker Jims in section 107 and section 331 has you covered. The stand offers sausages made from unique meats like elk and jackalope. It previously even offered reindeer sausage, but that dish's return date is to be determined.

Fenway Park (Boston Red Sox)

New England is famous for its lobster rolls, so it's no surprise that it's the most delicious offering at the Boston Red Sox's Fenway Park. In fact, readers of USA Today 10Best named the seafood dish the No. 2 best stadium food — not just in MLB, but also in the NFL, NHL, and NBA — in the country back in 2018. True to the classic version of a lobster roll, Fenway's has chunks of lobster in a creamy sauce along with lettuce and tomato (per Ballpark E-Guides). And true to baseball, the roll is served in the same white-bread bun that also houses Fenway franks at the park. If you want even more lobster in your life, the stadium also offers lobster melts and lobster poutine.

Outside shellfish, Fenway is also home to local favorite Regina Pizzeria. Fans can enjoy brick-oven pizzas from this North End classic, which many consider to be the best in the city without leaving the ballpark.

Target Field (Minnesota Twins)

If you've ever thought that cheese curds weren't greasy and filling enough, head to Target Field in Minneapolis and order the Kurd-Marczuk. The dish is a take on poutine, with cheese curds instead of fries that are covered with chopped Polish sausage and brown gravy (per the Minnesota Twins). There's also pepper jack on top, just to make sure there's really the right amount of cheesy goodness. According to local blogger Jenn Patrice, the dish is part of the beloved local sausage shop Kramarczuk's offerings at the stadium and can be found in sections 101, 112, and 312.

Celebrity chef-run Andrew Zimmern's Canteen is another stadium favorite. The chef is known for his "Bizarre Foods" series, so it's no surprise that the stand offers some unique dishes like a Korean fried chicken sandwich with a grilled pineapple slaw (via Day Tripper). Other popular foods found at the stadium include gelato and pretzel bites.

Citi Field (New York Mets)

Since most of baseball's season runs through the heat of summer, you're likely to need a cold treat by the time the seventh-inning stretch rolls around. Luckily at the New York Mets' Citi Field, you can head to Wowfull's at field level 121 for a waffle cone made out of a literal waffle — Hong Kong style (per Wowfull's Instagram). The vendor rose to popularity at Brooklyn's Smorgasburg food market in 2015 and joined Citi Field in the past few years (per MLB). Varieties include Home Sweet Home, which is Crazy Vanilla Rainbow ice cream in a waffle cone topped with cookie dough pieces and rainbow sprinkles. If that wasn't enough sugar, it's also drizzled in caramel sauce and covered with powdered sugar and Pocky sticks.

Citi Field also has you covered on the savory side. Aranci Bros offers versions of the classic Italian snack arancini, which are fried risotto balls (via MLB). Varieties include classic ragu (saffron risotto with meat sauce and mozzarella) and bianco verde (basil sauce and mozzarella).

RingCentral Coliseum (Oakland As)

The Oakland As potentially have the worst-named stadium in the MLB — though, if expanded to other sports, Arena would give them a run for their money. That being said, RingCentral Coliseum is still home to some seriously tasty eats. The Atomic Hot sausage is one of the most delicious things here. It's one of several sausage-based offerings from Saag's Specialty Meats and Sausages, which originally opened up a downtown Oakland way back in 1933, CBS SF Bay Area points out. The Atomic variety features a blend of pork and beef mixed with hot spices and topped with green peppers and grilled onions. According to Visit California, it's the paprika mixed in that gives the sausages a major kick.

If you want to try something really out of the ordinary, the ballpark offers quite a unique snack: crickets (via Oakland North). Produced by Oakland-based Oaktown Crickets, the insects come in zesty lime or sweet five spice varieties.

Marlins Park (Miami Marlins)

The Miami Marlins fan base was ranked dead last in the league by Bleacher Report in terms of enthusiasm for their home team. Despite this, their food partners are pulling out the stops with delicious new food offerings that will hopefully begin to draw more fans to the stadium. Last year, Marlins Park's PINCHO Burger stand added a burger called Pipo's choice that Los Angeles Times selected as one of the best new ballpark food offerings in 2021. The offering is a beef burger topped with some traditional American flavors like grilled onions and bacon, but it also shows off Miami's Cuban roots with fried sweet plantains and guava ketchup.

New to Marlins Park last season, Bites de la Calle also highlights Miami flavors, Culture Crusaders notes. The vendor offers classic Latin street food dish salchipapas, which are fries loaded up with sausages and typical hot dog toppings, along with tropical-flavored nachos.

American Family Field (Milwaukee Brewers)

As the Milwaukee Brewers' American Family Field is in the middle of dairy country, you can bet they know a thing or two about cheese dishes. The highlight here is the stadium's ooey-gooey cheese curds.

Michael Ruiz, commissary manager at the stadium, told OnMilwaukee that fried cheese curds have been one of the biggest hits ever at the stadium since their introduction. The curds are sourced from Wisconsin-based Sargento, as the stadium tries to find local food options whenever possible. Fans searching for cheese curds won't have to travel far, as kiosks are set up throughout the stadium just to sling the fried cheesy treat (via Ballpark E-Guides). You can find them in ranch, sriracha, and BBQ flavors.

Fans can embrace more cheesy goodness from local food truck Street-za Pizza's stand. The vendor offers brick-oven-fired cheese and pepperoni pizzas by the slice in sections 123 and 208, OnMilwaukee reports. 

Camden Yards (Baltimore Orioles)

Summer around the Chesapeake Bay can only mean one thing: crab, and lots of it. While most people crack open crabs to enjoy their meat or eat them in crabcakes, head to Baltimore's Camden Yards for a taste of the local delicacy in a more sports-game-friendly form. Flying Dog Grill's stall offers Chesapeake fries, which are waffle fries covered in crab dip (via Eater). The snack became an instant success when it debuted in 2013, even inspiring one fan, in an open letter on Camden Chat, to bemoan the end of the baseball season as it meant no more Chesapeake fries. The crab enthusiast wrote, "A completely hypothetical Orioles fan who may have developed a total addiction to one serving of crab dip waffle fries every week or two will be going through an intensive withdrawal."

Boog's BBQ is another Camden Yards favorite, notes A Great Number of Things. According to the baseball blog, the must-try here is the pit beef, but the turkey sandwich is a close second.

Guaranteed Rate Field (Chicago White Sox)

While the White Sox had a losing 2019 season, the franchise at least had a winning dish when it added elote corn nuggets to its food offerings at Guaranteed Rate Field. Levy's elote nuggets are battered corn pieces topped with cilantro lime aioli and queso cotija, Inside White Sox reports. The street food fusion dish became an instant hit, with Joe Dredge from WROK News Talk referring to the corn treats as the "best concession item ever."

According to Dredge, White Sox's stadium has been offering elotes — which is a Mexican street corn with butter, lime, cayenne, and cotija cheese — for years. But with the elote corn nuggets, the stadium successfully removed the only healthy part of the snack, the fresh corn, and replaced it with fried goodness.

Local taco chain Antique Taco is another must-try at Guaranteed Rate Field. According to Eater, the vendor operates two stands and offers chicken al pastor and beef brisket tacos.

Minute Maid Park (Houston Astros)

If you're feeling fancy in your finest baseball jersey, Houston's Minute Maid Park has you covered. The Astros' stadium is home to a number of fine dining options that might seem out of place in a ballpark. At Urban Bistro in the club level, you can order gourmet dishes like seared tuna, a jumbo gouda meatball, and truffle mac and cheese (per Eater). The stand's many fresh salads are another highlight, including a Mediterranean that features feta, olives, cucumbers, peppers, and red onions.

Minute Maid Park also is home to a two-level sports bar, FiveSevenGrille. Here, you can celebrate an Astros W with a burger covered in Crown Maple barbecue sauce or head to the upper-floor bar for a hard-earned tequila shot, Eater reports.

At Texas Smoke, you can find celebrity chef Bryan Caswell's take on Texas barbecue. While the vendor offers typical BBQ dishes like smoked, the baked potato load with brisket is a stand out, Eater says.

Busch Stadium (St. Louis Cardinals)

Sometimes, a hot dog simply isn't enough meat. If you've found yourself in that situation, turn to the pastrami dog at the St. Louis Cardinals' Busch Stadium. It's a frank topped in pastrami goodness along with sauerkraut, spicy mustard, and grilled onions. According to Alec Barris, a writer with STL Jewish Light, the offering finally puts Busch Stadium up there for the best hot dogs in the MLB and provided him with "much satisfaction even when the final Cards score did not." You can find the pastrami dog at Kohn's Kosher stadium cart, a local Jewish deli that's had a ballpark outpost for almost 10 years (via Kohn's website).

Another safe bet at Busch Stadium is visiting the Budweiser Terrace for $5 beers and five choices of burgers. According to Explore St. Louis, the "Taste of the Hill" burger includes provel and toasted ravioli, two St. Louis classics.

Citizens Bank Park (Philadelphia Phillies)

Nothing says Philadelphia quite like the Philly cheesesteak, but our choice for the best food at Phillies' Citizens Bank Park, it's a different steak sandwich: the Schmitter. The dish is a higher-quality beef — similar to a roast beef — paired with tomatoes, fried onions, cheese and salami and coated in the infamous "Schmitter" sauce, CBS Philly points out. While the Schmitter is a long-time ballpark favorite, it has an even longer history in the City of Brotherly Love. The sandwich actually was invented by McNally's Tavern in the 1960s. According to Anne McNally, who currently runs the restaurant, her father named the creation after "a popular Philadelphia-brewed beer" called Schmidt's, CBS Philly reports.

On the opposite side, Harry the K's Broadcast Bar & Grille offers a series of healthy, lighter fare. Vegan lettuce wraps, fried chickpeas, and yogurt-marinated chicken wings are stand-out dishes (via Philly Magazine).

Nationals Park (Washington Nationals)

If you're craving a hot dog but want something a little different, head to DC local favorite Haute Dog's Nationals Park outposts in sections 105 and 233 at Nationals Park. The restaurant is known for its Instagrammable dogs with creative toppings. A particular highlight here is the banh mi dog, which is topped with cucumber, carrots, cilantro, jalapeno, and a drizzle of Sriracha mayo. You can also find seven other dipping sauces to go along with the vendor's Idaho-cut fries: curry ketchup, chipotle mayo, melted cheese sauce, chili, BBQ sauce, ranch, and honey mustard (per Haute Dog's website).

The arepas at Arepa Zone are another stadium favorite, The Washingtonian reports. The ballpark outpost of the popular Venezuelan restaurant is located within the poorly named Avoiding Gluten Kiosk, but the food is anything but boring. You'll find tasty arepas stuffed with stewed meats like pork shoulder and shredded chicken.

Truist Park (Atlanta Braves)

As the great musicians The Bad Touch once wrote, "I want you smothered, want you covered like my Waffle House hash browns." But the early 2000s band aren't the only superfans of Waffle House's potatoey goodness. The fast-food chain originated in the Atlanta metro area, so it's no surprise that Braves fans flock to the Waffle House location housed within Truist Park. One local Eater author, Sonia Chopra, was so impassioned about the restaurant that she suggested Atlanta's ballpark be renamed either the Waffle House or WH Field. Whether or not the chain deserves naming rights, its famous hashbrowns are certainly one of the tastiest bites in the stadium. The Twitterverse even suggested that the Waffle House's ballpark opening was responsible for the Braves' 14-game division-clinching winning streak back in 2013 (per Eater).

Outside of the waffle realm, Truist Park's best sweet treats are at King of Pops: a local popsicle vendor. The stand's frozen treats are made with all-natural, locally sourced ingredients, Eater notes.

Globe Life Park (Texas Rangers)

They say everything's bigger in Texas, and in terms of one particular dish at the Texas Rangers' ballpark in Arlington, they'd be right. A vendor at the stadium serves up the Boomstick, which is a two-foot-long hot dog covered in nacho cheese, chili, caramelized onions, and jalapenos, The Comeback explains. The monstrosity was named after the former Rangers slugger Nelson Cruz, whose powerful bat was given the nickname "The Boomstick," and has stuck around since he departed the team (per ESPN). The hot dog is so large that it requires its own custom carrying case to be brought back into the seats. If the sheer size of the Boomstick doesn't scare you away, the price might. The hot dog rings in at $27.50, The Comeback says.

If you don't want to go up a pant size at the game, there are also healthier options at the Rangers' stadium. According to the Dallas Morning News, the stadium surprisingly earned the title of "most vegan-friendly baseball stadium" in 2017. You won't miss the dairy with the ballpark's vegan mac n' cheese, made with cashew "cheese."

Progressive Field (Cleveland Guardians)

Progressive Field's Momocho Nacho is so delicious that USA Today's 10Best readers named it the best stadium food in the country in 2018. While nachos are a ballpark staple, these nachos are particularly tasty because they are made to order at the Momocho stand. It is a favorite Mexican restaurant in the Cleveland area with two locations outside of the ballpark (via the Momocho website). The nachos are topped with slow-cooked meats, a choice of fresh salsa, and gooey queso fundido. According to Cleveland Scene, even though Momocho has been around Progressive Field since 2016, expect to wait in a long line for your cheesy snack. It's worth it.

Outside Mexican offerings, Progressive Field's The Brew Kitchen is another standout. ranked the vendor's Wisconsin Burger as the best food in the stadium in 2019. It's a burger actually made from ground-up brats and topped with sauerkraut and mustard.

Great American Ball Park (Cincinnati Reds)

When you think of a parfait, a nutritious yogurt bowl topped with fruit and nuts probably comes to mind. However, health-conscious eaters should probably veer away from the Smokehouse Parfait at The Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati. The dish, which is lovingly also referred to as a "meat cone," is a bread cone filled with pulled pork, mac n' cheese, and coleslaw (via City Beat). It's basically a summer picnic in one — perfect for a night out at the ball game. Reds fans can thank Montgomery Inn for inventing the over-the-top treat. The restaurant, a Cincinnati institution widely considered to have the city's best barbeque, also offers its famous ribs at games, Big Red Machine reports.

Of course, it's not a trip to Cincinnati without sampling its sometimes divisive chili. Sample a Skyline cheese coney — a hot dog covered in chili, diced onions, mustard, and cheddar — in sections 103, 116, 130, 518, or 533 (per MLB).

Comerica Park (Detroit Tigers)

Detroit is home to a large Greek community, thanks to a huge wave of immigration from the country in the early 1900s (per Metro Times). The best dish at Comerica Park pays homage to that heritage while sticking with an American classic: French fries. The loaded Grecian fries are packed full of flavors traditionally found in a pita or rice dish like tzatziki sauce, olives, tomatoes, feta, and gyro meat, Restaurant Business reports. You can find the dish, along with other Greek classics and Detroit staples like coney dogs, at the Big Cat Court's collection of vendors right behind the home plate seating area (per Intinerat Fan).

New in 2022 is the Notorious P.I.G. sandwich, M Live reports. The decadent dish is a pulled pork sandwich topped with mac n' cheese, pickled jalapenos, and barbecue sauce. Also sure to impress this season at Comerica Park's is the new Fat Rooster chicken sandwich.

Yankee Stadium (New York Yankees)

The Big Apple's decadent spirit is alive in the Yankee Stadium's top offering: a Lobel's steak sandwich, preferably with garlic fries. Lobel's is a local butcher shop with quite a reputation outside of the ballpark for its high-quality meats (per NYC Go). While you can purchase most meat cuts you can think of outside of the stadium, it's best to stick with the classic steak sandwich when you're enjoying a Yankees game. It's a soft bun filled with finely cut, medium-rare roast beef. A side of garlic fries will add just that greasy, pungent bite you're seeking, but avoid it if you're on a first date, Ballpark E-Guide points out.

Another perfect option for meat lovers is Mighty Quinn's barbecue, which is a local sensation that began as a vendor at Smorgasburg (via Eater). On the other side, Bareburger offers Impossible Burgers and avocado bites for vegetarian baseball fans.

Angel Stadium (Los Angeles Angels)

Fans of fast food on the West Coast often rave about In-N-Out Burger, but you can also head to Angel Stadium for a more-than-decent knock-off. The Big A burger debuted in the 2019 season and immediately made a fan out of the stadium's executive chef, Robert Biebrich. "I've had it six days in a row," he told The Orange County Register.

Who could blame him? The delicious burger features two patties made by Newport Meat Co., lettuce, tomato, cheese, and a "secret sauce," all on a potato roll — the same ones used at Shake Shack. The burger has been a hit at Angel Stadium with one fan on Reddit writing that it "looks, smells, and tastes great" while raving about the secret sauce.

According to The Orange County Register, the Saint Archer Pretzel — available at Saint Archer Brewing Co. restaurant on the club level — is a gourmet take on a ballpark classic. The pretzel is handmade daily and paired with a Saint Archer Blonde Ale mustard.

Rogers Centre (Toronto Blue Jays)

As the one non-American baseball center in the MLB — or Centre, as the Canadians like to call it — the Toronto Blue Jays' stadium represents dishes from north of the border, along with more traditional ballpark food. A highlight is the stadium's take on poutine, which is a traditional Canadian dish that normally features French fries, gravy, and cheese curds. Toronto Street Eats, located in Section 134, offers a sausage-based take on the classic (per Eater). Its version has caramelized onions and peppers along with two types of sausage, including the traditional Canadian Peameal bacon sausage — cured pork rolled in cornmeal.

If traditional ballpark fare doesn't sound appealing to you, Rogers Centre leads the MLB with its liberal policy around bringing in your own food, Stadium Journey reports. As long as it can be wrapped or put into a container, it's pretty much allowed. Considering Bleacher Report ranks Rogers Centre near the bottom for its concessions, it might be your best bet.

Tropicana Field (Tampa Bay Rays)

Tropicana Field in Tampa Bay offers a number of typical Latino dishes as part of its ballpark selections, but the most successful is perhaps the Cuban sandwich. You can find it at two vendors in the ballpark: Bay Grill and Pipo's. However, outside the stadium, Pipo's is known for being Food & Wine magazine's choice for the best sandwich in the state of Florida (per Creative Loafing Tampa Bay). Needless to say, Pipo's version of the pressed sandwich with ham, roasted pork, pickles, swiss cheese, and mustard is a safe baseball game bet.

If you're hoping to try something over the top, Pig + Potato's menu includes a foot-long tater tot, I Love The Burg reports. The 12-inch potato creation is topped with sour cream, bacon, aged cheddar, and cheese sauce. To satisfy a sweet tooth, the stadium outpost of local ice cream shop Beans and Barlour serves up a tasty cotton candy milkshake.