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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

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.

Best Baseball Stadium Food

Courtesy of Aramark

Best Baseball Stadium Food

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