Best Baseball Stadium Food

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

Safeco Field, Seattle Mariners

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The Stadium: With Puget Sound sunsets, Seattle skyline views, and one of the largest collections of public art in Major League Baseball, Safeco Field has been a fan favorite since it opened in 1999.

Best Eats: Try the Ichiroll—a spicy tuna roll named after Japanese outfielder Ichiro Suzuki—and the Ivar Dog, sold at two outposts of Washington seafood chain Ivar’s. Available in sections 117 and 335, the sandwich features a deep-fried cod fillet topped with coleslaw and tartar sauce and served on a fresh-baked bun. Ivar’s also has the best (and perhaps only) wild Pacific salmon sandwich in baseball.

Wash It Down With: A glass of hot or cold Ozeki sake from the Bullpen Market. Or try a hand-mixed vanilla or chocolate shake from Kidd Valley, made the same since 1975 (available in sections 149 and 325).

 

 

Best Baseball Stadium Food

Safeco Field, Seattle Mariners

The Stadium: With Puget Sound sunsets, Seattle skyline views, and one of the largest collections of public art in Major League Baseball, Safeco Field has been a fan favorite since it opened in 1999.

Best Eats: Try the Ichiroll—a spicy tuna roll named after Japanese outfielder Ichiro Suzuki—and the Ivar Dog, sold at two outposts of Washington seafood chain Ivar’s. Available in sections 117 and 335, the sandwich features a deep-fried cod fillet topped with coleslaw and tartar sauce and served on a fresh-baked bun. Ivar’s also has the best (and perhaps only) wild Pacific salmon sandwich in baseball.

Wash It Down With: A glass of hot or cold Ozeki sake from the Bullpen Market. Or try a hand-mixed vanilla or chocolate shake from Kidd Valley, made the same since 1975 (available in sections 149 and 325).

 

 

Courtesy of Ivar’s
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