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    What is your favourite stadiums for food and drinks? Mine are Wrigley Field, Yankee Stadium and Dr Pepper Ballpark
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  • #2
    Miller Park, hands down... and that's not even counting the tailgate brat-roasting parties!

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    • #3
      Miller Park does have great food. They still have the Stadium Sauce?

      I'm also partial to Dodger Dogs.

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      • #4
        1) AT & T - Crab sandwich, garlic fries, Anchor Steam.

        2) Wrigley - Various sausages and Old Style.

        3) Miller / Old County - Brats with the secret sauce.

        4) MinuteMaid Park and Kauffman Stadium - Good BBQ sandwiches with local brews, names of which I can't remember.

        5) Metrodome - Dome Dogs.

        I really want to get to PNC to see the park and try one of those Primanti sandwiches that I've only seen on TV.

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        • #5
          If you guys think Wrigley has good food then McDonalds must be a five-star catered affair.

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          • #6
            Wrigley is a great place, yes, but yoda's right... the only thing that taste good at wrigley is the warm old style... and even that is being manipulated by the overwhelming idea of sitting in the friendly confines.

            their nachoes are stale and every hotdog I've ever eaten there was smashed and some were even, dare I say, soggy....

            (despite the prices, see the concession forum for more) I think that Comerica food is always fresh and tastes really good. Everyone already mentioned Miller Park, which (from memory) I think is probably my favorite.

            I'll be at Busch Stadium tomorrow so I'll ask the horde of Cub fans going with me if they're liking the food better in St Louis or Chicago......

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            • #7
              Pac Bell ( thats what it was called when i went in 00 )
              PNC Park
              Coors Field
              BALLGAME OVER, YANKEES WIN...THEEEEEEEEEEEE YANKEES WIN
              “You wouldn't have won if we'd beaten you.”

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              • #8
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                I'll be at Busch Stadium tomorrow so I'll ask the horde of Cub fans going with me if they're liking the food better in St Louis or Chicago......[/QUOTE]


                Feel free to stop by Paddy O's and have a beer. Just ask for Joe, they all know me. It's good talking baseball with other teams fans !!

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by bleacherbum73 View Post
                  Feel free to stop by Paddy O's and have a beer. Just ask for Joe, they all know me. It's good talking baseball with other teams fans !!

                  Where is it? Have a website?

                  EDIT: oh hell, it looks like it's next door... if we get there early enough, i'll definately drop in!
                  Last edited by Lions/Ti[email protected]!; 05-02-2008, 01:20 PM.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Lions/[email protected]! View Post
                    Wrigley is a great place, yes, but yoda's right... the only thing that taste good at wrigley is the warm old style... and even that is being manipulated by the overwhelming idea of sitting in the friendly confines.

                    their nachoes are stale and every hotdog I've ever eaten there was smashed and some were even, dare I say, soggy....

                    (despite the prices, see the concession forum for more) I think that Comerica food is always fresh and tastes really good. Everyone already mentioned Miller Park, which (from memory) I think is probably my favorite.

                    I'll be at Busch Stadium tomorrow so I'll ask the horde of Cub fans going with me if they're liking the food better in St Louis or Chicago......

                    The only thing I really like from wrigley is the hot dog grill place on the LD on the 3rd base side. I think they're called Windy City Red Hots or something.

                    They cook them on the grill fresh and go good with a warm old style.



                    In fact that's the only thing I get from any baseball park, a dog from the grill.



                    The best food I've ever had from any venue are the french fries from the United Center in Chicago. They fry them up fresh and put this salt/lime seasoning on there....*drool*

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                    • #11
                      Mmmmmm

                      Warm Old Style? That is the worst of both worlds. Why not just go to Minneapolis and have a Pig's Eye straight from last night's cup? It would probably be better.

                      I have been to over forty stadiums at differant levels of the pros. If you are going to keep this strictly to food in the stadium; then Miller Park wins hands down. A nice brat, some stadium sauce and onions, and a Leinie's Berryweise to wash it down with. If you really love the sauce; you can now pick it up from Pick-n-Save's around the city. It is missing a little something, even though it is close.

                      For those that might bring a little one to the game: get the kid's meal. A dog, chips, a soda-pop, and some cards. It is much cheeper than trying to put a snack together. The cinny almonds are a great treat for after for all folks.

                      I found Shea to have some interesting choices as well. The Brooklyn Beer was pretty good, but much better flavours can be found outside of the stadium.

                      If you are going to include right around the stadium; Wrigley wins easily.

                      The worst inside and out? Pawtuckett or New Haven. You flip a coin and you'll be correct.

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                      • #12
                        Favourite stadium for food and drinks

                        Originally posted by Milwaukee T View Post
                        Warm Old Style? That is the worst of both worlds. Why not just go to Minneapolis and have a Pig's Eye straight from last night's cup? It would probably be better.

                        I have been to over forty stadiums at differant levels of the pros. If you are going to keep this strictly to food in the stadium; then Miller Park wins hands down. A nice brat, some stadium sauce and onions, and a Leinie's Berryweise to wash it down with. If you really love the sauce; you can now pick it up from Pick-n-Save's around the city. It is missing a little something, even though it is close.

                        For those that might bring a little one to the game: get the kid's meal. A dog, chips, a soda-pop, and some cards. It is much cheeper than trying to put a snack together. The cinny almonds are a great treat for after for all folks.

                        I found Shea to have some interesting choices as well. The Brooklyn Beer was pretty good, but much better flavours can be found outside of the stadium.

                        If you are going to include right around the stadium; Wrigley wins easily.

                        The worst inside and out? Pawtuckett or New Haven. You flip a coin and you'll be correct.
                        My favorite food and drink are a super Dodger Dog and a Coca-Cola in a souviner cup at Dodger Stadium.

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                        • #13
                          Gotta go with Philadelphia with the Schmitter and Tony Luke's Cheesesteaks. The Schmitter is steak, onions, melted cheese, salami, tomatoes and a special sauce on a kaiser roll.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by stejay View Post
                            What is your favourite stadiums for food and drinks? Mine are Wrigley Field, Yankee Stadium and Dr Pepper Ballpark
                            What in the world does Yankee Stadium have that's so good? All they have are mediocre hot dogs, stale pizza, and chicken fingers with fries, all of which is way overpriced. The hot italian sausage is good though, I'll give you that. And Shea Stadium eight miles away isn't any better.

                            I love Citizen's Bank Park. The one time I went there I had amazing buffalo wings, and a Philly cheese steak, naturally.
                            Bats, they are sick. I cannot hit curveball. Straightball I hit it very much. Curveball, bats are afraid. I ask Jobu to come, take fear from bats. I offer him cigar, and rum. He will come.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by stejay View Post
                              What is your favourite stadiums for food and drinks? Mine are Wrigley Field, Yankee Stadium and Dr Pepper Ballpark
                              both are terrible for food
                              BALLGAME OVER, YANKEES WIN...THEEEEEEEEEEEE YANKEES WIN
                              “You wouldn't have won if we'd beaten you.”

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