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Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore Orioles

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The Stadium: The stadium is largely credited with starting the league-wide trend toward serving regional cuisine in ballparks when it opened in 1992.

Best Eats: Looking for authentic southern barbecue and a big-league autograph? At Boog’s Barbecue, behind the center field bleachers, retired Orioles first baseman Boog Powell is on hand for most games, dishing out generous platters of smoky pit-roasted beef, coleslaw, and baked beans slow-cooked with bacon and brown sugar. Or try a Maryland crab cake sandwich, made with jumbo lump crabmeat served on a kaiser roll from Charm City Seafood behind home plate.

Wash It Down With: A pint of Clipper City Gold Ale, a Baltimore microbrew served on the ground level of the B&O Railroad Warehouse (a refurbished 1900s-era storage house adjacent to Camden Yards).

Best Baseball Stadium Food

Best Baseball Stadium Food

Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore Orioles

The Stadium: The stadium is largely credited with starting the league-wide trend toward serving regional cuisine in ballparks when it opened in 1992.

Best Eats: Looking for authentic southern barbecue and a big-league autograph? At Boog’s Barbecue, behind the center field bleachers, retired Orioles first baseman Boog Powell is on hand for most games, dishing out generous platters of smoky pit-roasted beef, coleslaw, and baked beans slow-cooked with bacon and brown sugar. Or try a Maryland crab cake sandwich, made with jumbo lump crabmeat served on a kaiser roll from Charm City Seafood behind home plate.

Wash It Down With: A pint of Clipper City Gold Ale, a Baltimore microbrew served on the ground level of the B&O Railroad Warehouse (a refurbished 1900s-era storage house adjacent to Camden Yards).

Best Baseball Stadium Food

Courtesy of Baltimore Orioles

Best Baseball Stadium Food

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