This grilled cheese sammie isn’t messing around. In the lineup at PNC Park, it’s four thick slices of sourdough bread layered with nine—that’s NINE—different types of cheese (when speaking with the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, David Artiano, executive chef, Aramark, had to look up the nine cheeses so he wouldn’t forget: provolone, mozzarella, Parmesan, Gouda, Cheddar, Pepperjack, Swiss, blue and feta.)
Also at PNC Park (Aramark), this genius take on nachos starts with sea-salt-seasoned tater tots, which get basically smothered with chili, spicy nacho cheese, green onions and sour cream.
Available in the Tigers Food Court at Comerica Park in Detroit (Delaware North), the Poutine Dog is a natural casing frank with French fries, cheese curds and beef gravy, everything that makes poutine or ‘disco fries’ such a great combination. Delaware North Companies also recently announced more wild dogs for Tigers fans: the Pork & Beans Dog, the Late Night Dog (with a fried egg, bacon and Cheddar) and the Slaw Dog (with Coney chili and coleslaw).
This two-foot-long (!) Korean barbecue sandwich is served with spicy slaw and Sriracha mayo at Globe Life Park in Arlington, TX. Named for Texas Rangers outfielder Shin-Soo Choo, this sandwich is sold in its own case (to help with transport back to your seat) and can be yours for $26 at Globe Life Park in Arlington, TX. (Delaware North)
The Summer Dog
This is actually a throwback from a few seasons ago, something too good to keep off the menu at Citizen’s Bank Park (Aramark), home of the Phillies. It’s very summery indeed, topped with cool cucumbers, pickled onion salsa and ancho chile sauce.
Just the thing for fans looking for something a little different at a Brewers game in Milwaukee: it’s a pretzel bun loaded up with chicken sausage, feta cheese, fresh spinach, roasted garlic and red pepper aioli (Delaware North).
Brisket Dorito Bag
At Miller Park in Milwaukee, brisket is smoked in-house, shredded up to perfection, placed in an open bag full of Doritos and topped with Cheddar cheese, pico de gallo, sour cream and chives. (Delaware North)
At Safeco Field, these tacos are a returning favorite. Lengua means (beef) “tongue,” by the way. (Centerplate)
Deep Fried Pickles
Also at Safeco Field (Centerplate) these babies are crispy, crunchy and kind of a big “dill.”
Oysters & Chips
Local chef and restaurateur Ethan Stowell partnered with Centerplate to develop the menu at Safeco Field in Seattle. “Seattle has such a great abundance of seafood and it’s wonderful to offer even more of it to fans,” Stowell said. These oysters are freshly shucked. There is a salmon sandwich and salmon chowder on the menu as well.