Amazing Nationals Tickets get even better when you pair them with the best beers at Nationals Park and of course, some incredible food to snack on at the ballpark. Baseball has come a long way since the first teams joined the MLB in 1869. Peanuts and cracker jacks might’ve been all the rage in your grandpa’s day, but 21st century ballparks come complete with full service dining facilities. The next time you’re seeing the Nats, check out these six food options in Nationals Park.
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Chef Alberto’s signature Lebanese and Mediterranean dishes have a cult following among anyone’s who taken a stroll down H Street. Now you can find shawarmas, pitas, and more in section 104 of National’s Park. A taste of the Middle East is an unusual twist to ball park cuisine. There are also a variety of healthy vegetarian options, such as tabouleh and fatoush.
Stars & Stripes Club
If you’re looking for a combination of a high-end dining experience and the atmosphere of America’s favorite pastime, look no further than the Nationals Park Stars & Stripes Club. This sprawling two-story facility can comfortably fit 500 seated guests or 1,000 standing guests between its two rooms. It features views along both first and third base. Fans can order nearly any specialty food item here and wash it down with expertly crafted drinks along the club’s multiple full-liquor bars. Be warned though, the space is only open for season ticket holders or reserved parties.
Fluffy Thoughts Cakes
If you’ve got a sweet tooth, skip the cotton candy and head over to the Fluffy Thoughts Cakes kiosk. The friendly crew from the McLean, Va. bakery offer a variety of cupcakes, brownies, cookies, and more to fans looking for a sugar rush to get them through the seventh-inning stretch. These baked goods are so appetizing that they’ve appeared on Food Network shows such as “Best in Show Cakes.”
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Nothing says baseball like a good ‘ol American hotdog, and the best place to find one in Nationals Park is at Senators Sausage. You’ll find all variety of tasty oblong pork products here, cooked to perfection and nestled in a bed of caramelized onions, peppers, and whatever other condiments your heart desires.
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Fans with a taste for some smoky southern cuisine should visit Blue Smoke. Located in section 241 near the upper right field concourse, Blue Smoke offers spare ribs, pulled pork sandwiches, smoked bologna, and just about any other barbecue treat you can imagine. These folks are true barbecue connoisseurs, offering Kansas City and Tennessee styles on their menu.
The only line longer than the one to get National Tickets is the queue leading to Shake Shack. Here you’ll find legendary items like the ShackBurger, the Shack-Cago Dog, and the Shroomburger. Once you’re done with eating your fill of burgers, fries, and dogs, wash it all down with a thick and creamy shake. It’s best to take these items to your seat since you won’t want to move for a while once you’re finished.
No baseball experience is complete without the right food to go with it. Make the best of your time at Nationals Park and try these classic locations. Make the best of your money too – save on Washington Nationals Tickets at ScoreBig now!