Now that you have your Angels Tickets, you can start thinking about preparing for the game. You’ve got your jersey, friends/family, and you’re ready for some fun. However, what’s your plan for food? You and your crew don’t want to spend the game thinking about your stomach. Luckily, there’s plenty of delicious food in the arena to keep you satisfied. Check out some of the best places to eat at Angel Stadium.
Chili Cheese Fries
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Here’s a great way to start off your eating adventure at the park. Just make sure you have lots of room in your stomach if you plan to get anything after this. The Chili Cheese Fries stand has all kinds of delicious french fry dishes. You can get garlic fries, sweet potato fries, nacho fries, and Funnel Fries, a pastry option that comes with whipped cream and strawberries. If none of this sounds satisfying enough, you can get their All Star Fry Bowl option. You’ll find this stand in sections 103, 130, 207 and 239.
Now onto the real food. Chronic Tacos can cure your Mexican craving with their assortment of tacos, burritos, meat bowls, and nachos. You can choose meat with any dish, from chicken, steak, or shredded beef. If you didn’t get enough fries at the Chili Cheese Fries stand, you can try their Chronic Fries, another dish that comes topped with the meat of your choice. When you’re done, you can wash it down with a beer in small, medium or large. You can find Chronic Taco stands in sections 240 and 107.
The Grandstand gives you exactly what you’d expect: baseball game staples. The first two items on the menu consist of hot dog and nacho combos. As for snacks, get ready to choose from chips, peanuts, popcorn, soft pretzels, cracker jacks, candy, and pistachios. Finish off your meal with an ice cream sandwich or a lemon chill. If you’re feeling a bit tired, you can get a coffee or a Monster® sports drink. You’ll find the Grandstand all over the park in sections 103, 107, 122, 126, 133, 204, 209, 230, 237, 244, 305, 408/508, 412/514, 424/526, 428/531, and 432/535.
Diamond Club Lounge
If you’re lucky enough to sit in the club lounge, you’ll have access to the Diamond member food. With membership, you get a full service restaurant and bar that provides their own signature meals, an all-you-can-eat buffet and endless wine. It opens up a half hour before the beginning of the ball game. If you do plan to go there, though, try to make a reservation. Alternatively, get one of your friends with a membership to invite you. The lounge is located on field level in section 114.
The Panini Cafe makes a variety of sandwiches to satisfy your hunger. You can go for the caprese, Monte Cristo, grilled cheese and ham, or any of their other delicious options. Every sandwich comes made on Texas toast for an extra flavor kick. If you want to go a healthier route, choose the Italian chopped or Asian chicken salad. You can also add a potato salad and beer to any meal.
It’s hard to go wrong with options like these. Stay satisfied and enjoy the game.