Dine in style—at the ballpark
We’ll always have a soft spot for hot dogs and Cracker Jack, but now that there are so many local concessions, you may as
well go gourmet. Seattle’s Safeco Field recently upgraded its offerings, which include poutine made with Beecher’s cheese curds and Oregon Kennebec potatoes as well
as Washington coast Dungeness crab sandwiches. Consensus among baseball’s cognoscenti is that San Francisco’s AT&T Park takes the, uh, edamame when it comes to local, gourmet ballpark food. You can get a big bowl of fresh strawberries or other
seasonal grown-nearby produce, a garlic chicken sandwich from North Beach’s The Stinking Rose, or a glass of wine from carts
featuring some of California’s best bottles.
Satisfy your off-season hankerings with these ballpark-inspired recipes.