Dodgers Tickets Guide: Best Food at Dodger Stadium

When you plan a trip to the ballpark, deciding on which Dodgers Tickets to buy is only part of the fun! Enjoying the extensive varieties of food available at Dodger Stadium is the icing on the cake. From Dodger Dogs to warm pretzels, you’ll find plenty of options.  Oh, and don’t forget about the Best Beers at Dodger Stadium!

Dodger Dogs

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What’s a baseball game without a good hot dog? Dodger Dogs are one of the most popular snacks at Dodger Stadium. They are also the most popular hot dogs in the league. Over 1.5 million of these foot-long hot dogs are sold annually. They are served grilled or steamed, and have been a staple at Dodger games since opening day. Top it off with your favorite condiments. They’re available at Top Deck, on the first-base side, section six.

Doyer Dog

Go one step further than a Dodger Dog and you have the Doyer Dog. Topped with chili, nacho cheese, pico de gallo, and jalapenos, these dogs have quite a kick. Find them at several Camacho stands located throughout the stadium. If you’re looking for a little pep in your dog, Doyer Dogs are for you. Don’t forget to order a cold drink to go with it.

Big Blue Burger

Dodger Stadium has several new menu items located at various concession stands throughout the park. Burger lovers will love the new Big Blue Burger, a hand-shaped Angus beef burger topped with a juicy tomato slice, caramelized onions, chipotle aioli, and roasted pasilla chili peppers. Served on a French style bun, it’s sure to please your need for spice.

Street Style Carne Asada Tacos

One of Dodger Stadium’s new menu features is this seasoned street-style carne asada tacos, topped with onions and cilantro, and flavored with a squeeze of fresh lime. The combination is served to you in a warm corn tortilla. Grab a few before the game at one of several concession stands throughout the stadium.

Sloppy Jane

Anyone can make a simple Sloppy Jo, but it takes a little more craft to create a Sloppy Jane, the vegetarian version of the classic meat-and-sauce sandwich. The filling is made of tempeh, peppers, onions, molasses, and brown sugar barbecue sauce, all mixed together and served on a wheat bun. Vegans can no longer say that Dodger Stadium doesn’t offer a good substitute for them to eat during the game. These sandwiches are located at selected stands on the field level.

Garlic Fries

When French fries alone won’t cut it, kick it up a notch and order garlic fries. Made with a generous amount of garlic and butter, these fries won’t let your taste buds down. Order a batch to go with your Dodger Dog and drink, and you’re set to enjoy the game.

Popcornopolis

Popcorn lovers will love this gourmet popcorn snack sleeve filled with a mix of caramel or kettle corn. Direct from the gourmet popcorn company famous for its gift baskets and cones, this delicious treat allows you to munch away while focusing on the game.

These selections of great food will bring you back to Dodger Stadium as much as the games will. Think about them when you pick up your Dodgers tickets (at below box office price, guaranteed) at ScoreBig!

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