Credit: Los Angeles Dodgers
Credit: Los Angeles Dodgers

5 Must-Order Bites at Dodger Stadium During This Year’s MLB All-Star Game

Take Me Out to the Ball Game—For the Food, Obviously

Mark your calendars for the 92nd MLB All-Star Game on July 19. Catch all of baseball’s greatest stars at one of the most renowned sports venues in the country—Dodger Stadium. For the fourth time in history and the second time at Dodger Stadium, the Midsummer Classic will be hosted by the Dodgers. Dodger Stadium has some amazing eats for you to enjoy while catching this epic ball game. The stadium is best known for its legendary Dodger Dogs, but the food menu has some other tasty items that will seriously make your mouth water. With an ice-cold Corona in hand (the Official Cerveza of Major League Baseball), attending the All-Star Game is guaranteed to be the best day of your summer! While we love the classics like salted peanuts and a large soda, these Dodger Stadium eats are a total home run. Best Food at Dodger Stadium


Teriyaki Bowl

Where: Bao Bowls

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Looking to fill your belly and snag a free souvenir? The teriyaki chicken bowl at Dodger Stadium comes in an adorable souvenir baseball bowl, giving you a chance to take a piece of the game home with you. Filled with soft rice and zesty grilled chicken, this dish is an absolute must-try.

Best Food at Dodger Stadium

Burnt-End Nachos

Where: Think Blue BBQ

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There’s just something about nachos, baseball and Corona that pair perfectly together. However, these burnt-end nachos are next level! In addition to classic nacho cheese, this dish is topped with crispy BBQ burnt ends before being smothered in BBQ sauce, BBQ-spiced sour cream and spicy jalapenos.

Smoked Elote

Where: Think Blue BBQ 

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The smoked elote at Dodger Stadium offers a unique twist on the Mexican favorite. Before mixing the corn in with all of the classic goodies like mayo and cheese, it is first smoked with applewood, giving it an intense flavor that is enhanced by some BBQ spice. 

Best Food at Dodger Stadium

Michelada Sausage

Where: Dodgers Food Truck 

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The Michelada sausage is an innovative take on a hot dog, which is undoubtedly baseball’s most beloved snack. After the longaniza sausage is properly marinated in a batch of Michelada, it is placed in a Tajín-coated bun and topped with smoked crispy pork belly, chili-lime aioli and cilantro. It’s only right to pair this meal with a Corona.



LA Spicy Chicken Sandwich

Where: Chicken Change-Up

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Served on a soft potato bun, the LA-style spicy chicken sandwich has a nice kick to it thanks to some napalm aioli and spicy pickles. This mouthwatering sandwich is perfectly crispy, giving you the ultimate crunch from the first to the last bite! Be sure to snag an ice-cold beer or soda to quench your thirst.

Best Food at Dodger Stadium

Dodger Stadium
1000 Vin Scully Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90012

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Allie Lebos graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 2017 with a BA in Communication. While in school she was a staff writer at The Daily Nexus for nearly two years. Since graduating she has written for The Palisades Magazine, as well as Hidden Hills Magazine. Currently living in Santa Monica, Allie loves to indulge in good food, hot yoga, and daily walks along the beach; writing articles on travel, special events, as well as features on local businesses and individuals.


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