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Step Up to the Plate! 10 Things to Eat and Drink at Angel Stadium for 2024

Whether Nachos, Potatoes, Waffles or Beer—Loaded is the Name of the Game at This Ballpark

Nothing pairs better with America’s favorite pastime than some good old-fashioned gameday grub. Angel Stadium, home to the Los Angeles Angels, is serving up some heavenly bites and beverages to keep you full through all nine innings. Baseball fanatics are treated to more than steals and strikeouts. At the Big A, it’s game time for a gastronomic journey. With new delights and classic favorites available at every turn, there’s no shortage of Instagram-worthy items to indulge in while cheering on your favorite team. Hey, batter batter—or anything with batter, if you ask us—just get ready for that 7th inning waistband stretch as we take you through our favorite bites and sips at Angel Stadium. What to Eat at the Angel Stadium

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Modelo Spiked Aguas Frescas

Beat the heat this season with an ice-cold Modelo Spiked Aguas Frescas! This refreshing beverage comes in a piña flavor at Angel Stadium, which is infused with the juicy notes of sweet and zesty pineapple fruit. Served in a generous 24-ounce can, it’s the perfect companion to a sunny day at the ballpark. Cool down with this tangy drink and get a little buzzed by the bullpen.

Where to Find It: Sections 123, 222, 305, 342, 412, 424, Casa Modelo Section 260

 

Strawberries + Cream and S’mores Waffles

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Indulge your sweet tooth with this home run treat! These Walk-Off Waffles come in two crazy delicious flavor combinations. The first is a strawberries and cream flavor consisting of strawberry cream, fresh strawberries and Chantilly cream topped with strawberry syrup and powdered sugar. Your second option is a s’mores waffle filled with chocolate ganache, marshmallow fluff and a graham cracker crumble. All the ingredients are gently tucked in between two warm, fluffy waffles. It’s a dessert delight that’ll have you cheering for more. Oh, and it goes without saying: the kids will love this one, too. Just be sure to grab enough napkins for the post-grub clean up!

Where to Find It: 1st Base Food Court, Sections 232 and 412

 

Casa Modelo Mangonada

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Chill out with the Casa Modelo frozen cocktail! This icy concoction blends premium tequila with tropical fruit flavors, creating a refreshing sip that’s perfect for beating the heat during those hot summer games. Pair it with a build-your-own-quesadilla from Casa Modelo, and get ready to hit that perfect pitch. 

Where to Find It: Casa Modelo Section 260

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Helmet Chicken Tinga or Carne Asada Nachos

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Who’s going home hungry? Nach-you! Get ready to tackle a mound of flavor with this loaded finger food. Served in a souvenir helmet, these nachos can fit tender chicken tinga or savory carne asada, piled high on crispy tortilla chips. This dish is then topped with melted cheese, fresh pico de gallo, creamy guacamole and tangy sour cream. Plus, you get to take home the helmet at the end of the game.

Where to Find It: Available at various concession stands.

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Nashville Hot & Buttermilk Chicken Sandwich

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Spice up your game day with the Nashville Hot & Buttermilk Chicken Sandwich! This mouthwatering masterpiece features juicy buttermilk-marinated chicken, fried to crispy perfection and smothered in fiery Nashville hot sauce. Topped with cool coleslaw and served on a buttery brioche bun, it’s a flavor explosion you won’t forget. This is bound to be the hottest chick at the game.

Where to Find It: Section 223

 

Brisket Mac & Cheese Bowl 

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Slide into a bowl of comfort with a sizable portion of Brisket Mac & Cheese. Tender chunks of smoky brisket are piled atop a mound of creamy macaroni and cheese with a sprinkling of green onions, creating a hearty dish that’s sure to fuel all your heckling. This is a good one to grab towards the end of the game—perfect for when the day cools off and you need something warm to get you to the 9th inning. 

Where to Find It: Portable 237

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Bucket O’ Cookies

This dessert is a bang for your bucket—no ifs, ands or bunts about it. Cathy’s Cookies is serving up a grand slam of tasty treats with a $27 bucket of crispy on the outside, gooey on the inside cookies. This Bucket O’ Cookies is packed with an assortment of flavors—from classic chocolate chip to indulgent double chocolate. Share with friends or keep them all to yourself—we won’t judge!

Where to Find It: Cathy’s Cookies Gate 1 & 4 Courtyard, Cathy’s Cookies 432

 

Design-Your-Own Taquitos

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Next on deck is the taste sensation known as the Casa Modelo Potato Taquitos! These crispy rolled tacos are filled with potatoes and cheese and are topped with your choice of chicken tinga, birria or a vegetarian corn elote salsa. It’s the perfect savory snack that hits it out of the park.

Where to Find It: Casa Modelo Section 260

 

Pacifico Porch Diablo Po’Boy

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Transport your taste buds to the bayou with the Pacifico Porch Diablo Po’Boy! This flavor-packed sandwich features crispy fried shrimp tossed in spicy diablo sauce, tucked into a soft French baguette and topped with crisp lettuce, juicy tomato and creamy avocado. It’s a taste of New Orleans right here at Angel Stadium. This sando checks all the boxes: salt, fat, acid and heat. Go ahead and bayou one.

Where to Find It: Section 207

 

Dublin My Vision Float

Three strikes, you’re stout! Elevate your dessert game with an adult version of your childhood float favorite. Rich and creamy stout beer is poured over a scoop of velvety vanilla ice cream, creating a decadent treat that’s both indulgent and refreshing. Paired with a side of freshly baked cookies, this duo is a sweet ending to a day at the ballpark. If you are into something fruitier, opt for the newly added Mango Baja Boi Beer Float which is a citrus and lime infused beer topped with a mango sorbet, fresh mango spears and Tajin.

Where to Find It: Brewery X Restaurant

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Jane Adler is a marketing and branding consultant by trade, but a writer by preference. She shares a name with Meryl Streep's iconic character from It's Complicated and is presently trying to manifest that life (particularly that Santa Barbara house) for herself. Jane is an avid consumer of content and carbs and often used the latter to write on the former.

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