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Ballpark Food

The Baltimore Orioles and Delaware North Hit a Home Run with New Food Options

The Orioles' star players aren't the only ones hitting it out of the park. The Baltimore Orioles have also hit a home run at the concession stands with loaded hot dogs, burgers, kettle chips and other new menu items. It’s no wonder USA Today Sports named it one of the best ballparks for eating.

Ballpark Food at its Best

The Smoked Brisket BBQ Sandwich at Eutaw Street Grill features slow-smoked brisket topped with house-made BBQ sauce and crispy onions.

All the flavors of Buffalo wings go into The Chipper’s Spicy Chicken Chipper. House-made Yukon gold kettle chips are smothered with smoked pulled chicken, blue cheese dressing and diced celery. They also sell a version topped with lump crab, white cheddar cheese and Old Bay and another with BBQ pulled pork.

Those craving a little heat on their meat have three new choices.

  • Tequila-lime caramelized onion and Cotija cheese top spicy chorizo sausage at Roma Sausage.
  • The High Heat Burger stays true to its name, offering two beef patties layered with jalapenos, pepper jack cheese, smoked bacon and chipotle aioli. Grab it at Bud & Burgers.
  • Esskay Gourmet Hot Dogs is now serving a deep-fried hot dog wrapped in jalapeno bacon and topped with American cheese. The crab mac-and-cheese dog and bacon chili cheese dog are also popular options.

Major League Unique Eats

The ballpark offers plenty of other selections, from Korean tacos at TAKO Korean BBQ to pizza at Pizza Boli’s and, Maryland’s most famous culinary treat at Camden Yards—Crabcakes. And don’t forget to try the pit beef and pork sandwiches at Boog’s BBQ, named a “must eat” by Thrillist, which also named the retro-style ballpark one of the best MLB stadiums in the country.

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