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Safeco Field’s Stadium Food in Top Ten

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These days, seeing a ballgame is all about the experience. Forget the “peanuts and cracker jack”, there’s some real gourmet food to be had. And according to dailymeal.com, that’s exactly what Safeco has.

In a recent USA Today article, thedailymeal.com’s editorial director Colman Andrews was asked to give his pick of the top 10 great places for stadium food. Seattle’s Safeco Field was in that top 10 (at number 4) with the Ivar Dog.  A ballpark meal just for the Mariners, designed by Ivar’s Acres of Clams restaurants (another Seattle original).  What does Andrews like about the Ivar Dog? Well,  because it’s a fish sandwich, ‘ “it’s kind of healthy, at least compared to the other dogs,” ‘ he tells USA Today.

What are some of the other Top 10 ballpark foods?

Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles  – Victory Knot pretzel;
Citi Field, New York  – Shake Shack “Shack-cago” dog;
Miller Park, Milwaukee  – Chorizo sausage;
Citizens Bank Park, Philadelphia  – Tony Luke’s cheesesteak;
Minute Maid Park, Houston - Beef fajitas;
AT&T Park, San Francisco  – Gilroy garlic fries;
Chase Field, Phoenix  – Tailgate on a Plate hot dog;
Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City, Mo.  – Dirt and Worms concrete;
Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore  – Hickory-smoked beef barbecue

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