From the iconic ballpark staples to new mouthwatering games. This is Food Paradise: Ballpark.
Peanuts are a classic ball park snack. Watching a baseball game isn't complete unless you're cracking some nuts.
If you're going for simple and not too messy at the ballpark, then a bag of hot and buttery popcorn is just the ticket.
Caramel corn has been a ballpark staple since your parents were young, and it's still just as good today.
The classic hot dog. An iconic staple of ballpark food.
The hot dog may be a ballpark classic, but it's still pretty tough to beat a good burger.
Pulled-pork sandwiches have become a hit at major-and minor-league baseball stadiums across the US. Citi Field (New York Mets), Nationals Park (Washington Nationals) and Camden Yards (Baltimore Oriole's) are just some of the baseball stadiums that serve these savory treats.
Pizza has become another popular game-day nosh. Salt River Fields at Talking Stick, AZ, the spring-training home of the Colorado Rockies and Arizona Diamondbacks, serves pizza by the slice at the new gourmet pizza bar.
The half-smoke, a half-pork and half-beef hot dog that's smoked to perfection, is a popular item on the menu at Ben's Chili Bowl of Washington, DC. And because of its fame, the half-smoke is now served at the concession stands at Nationals Park, home to the Washington Nationals.
In addition to their famous half-smoke, Ben's chili topped with cheddar cheese is another must. But wait ' have you heard about the half-smoke topped with chili and cheese? Out-of-this-world good.
Cheesy nachos, piled high with beef, refried beans, salsa, guacamole and sour cream make for a messy but downright delicious snack at the baseball stadium or anywhere else.
For a Seattle Mariners fan, there is nothing better than Ivar's clam chowder. Ivar's Seafood Restaurants began on Seattle's waterfront in 1938, and today they also sell their popular chowder at several stadiums and arenas in Washington State, including Safeco Field (Seattle Mariners) and Husky Stadium (University of Washington).
Some baseball stadiums are perfecting the classics like hot dogs, burgers and pizza, while others are adding a variety of new dishes to their menu, including crunchy fish tacos. What's not to love? Check out these delicacies at Qualcomm Stadium (San Diego Chargers), Petco Park (San Diego Padres) and Safeco Field (Seattle Mariners).
Sometimes nothing beats a soft, salty pretzel dipped in hot mustard. Mmm.
The Pittsburgher sandwich is one of Primanti Bros' signature items and is available at PNC Park in Pittsburgh, home of the Pirates. All of Primanti's sandwiches include provolone cheese, topped with fresh-cut french fries, coleslaw and 2 tomato slices ' all on fresh Italian bread.
On a hot summer day at the ballpark, sometimes the only thing that will do is ice cream on a stick.
For all the beer lovers out there, a day at the ballpark wouldn't be complete without an ice-cold brew. Please drive responsibly.