Travel's Best Summer Foods 2014
From ice cream at Hawaii's Matsumoto to lobster at Martha's Vineyard's Beach Plum, our advisors are giving you the best picks in summer foods and where to eat them in 2014!Filed under:
Best Ballpark Food
Steering away from the ballpark classics (i.e., peanuts, hot dogs, French fries) we've got our eye on the best ballpark food at Washington DC's Nationals Park stadium: the roasted cauliflower sandwich from Chef Mike Isabella's G. "There is no better bite during a ballgame than a sandwich from G," says Nevin Martell. "Choose from a ragù-rich chicken Parmesan accented with Thai basil or a roasted cauliflower soaked with poppy paprika lemon vinaigrette," add Martell. The roasted cauliflower sandwich packs a flavorful punch, especially for vegetarians or vegans looking for something delightful at the game. You're welcome!
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