Best Baseball Stadium Food

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At America’s stadiums, Dungeness crab sandwiches, Kansas City ribs, and slow-cooked pork tacos take center field.

Citizens Bank Park, Philadelphia Phillies

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The Stadium: In addition to the 2008 World Championship trophy, Citizens Bank Park is home to Ashburn Alley, an open-air promenade with concessions, bull pen–viewing platforms, and the Phillies Wall of Fame.

Best Eats: South Philly sandwich shop Tony Luke’s features—in addition to cheesesteaks—a roast pork sub served on crusty Italian bread, topped with garlicky broccoli rabe and sharp provolone. Not into meat? Not a problem: PETA has twice named Citizens Bank Park the most vegetarian-friendly stadium in North America. At Planet Hoagie, try The Poppie, made with fresh mozzarella, roasted eggplant, red peppers, and sun-dried tomatoes.

Wash It Down With: A pint of Stoudt’s American Pale Ale, a hoppy amber beer brewed in Adamstown, PA, sold in Ashburn Alley and behind sections 133 and 139.

 

 

Best Baseball Stadium Food

Citizens Bank Park, Philadelphia Phillies

The Stadium: In addition to the 2008 World Championship trophy, Citizens Bank Park is home to Ashburn Alley, an open-air promenade with concessions, bull pen–viewing platforms, and the Phillies Wall of Fame.

Best Eats: South Philly sandwich shop Tony Luke’s features—in addition to cheesesteaks—a roast pork sub served on crusty Italian bread, topped with garlicky broccoli rabe and sharp provolone. Not into meat? Not a problem: PETA has twice named Citizens Bank Park the most vegetarian-friendly stadium in North America. At Planet Hoagie, try The Poppie, made with fresh mozzarella, roasted eggplant, red peppers, and sun-dried tomatoes.

Wash It Down With: A pint of Stoudt’s American Pale Ale, a hoppy amber beer brewed in Adamstown, PA, sold in Ashburn Alley and behind sections 133 and 139.

 

 

Courtesy of Aramark
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