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10 of the Best Foods You Can Find at MLB Ballparks

It’s officially baseball season, and you know you can’t wait to get your hands on your favorite ballpark foods. As you step into your favorite MLB team’s stadium, you can instantly smell the hot dogs, burgers, fries, and hometown favorites.

We put together a list of the top 10 ballpark foods you can find in MLB ballparks around the nation, and which Cutter and Buck fan shop MLB apparel items to wear as you cheer on your favorite baseball team. 

1. Crab Goes on Everything

Baltimore is known for their love of Old Bay spice and delicious Maryland blue crabs. If you are ever at Camden Yards for a game, we highly recommend indulging in this basket of waffle fries covered in crab dip made by a local restaurant called the Flying Dog Grill. Trust us, you won’t feel crabby while enjoying this favorite ballpark food!


Crab Dip Fries at Camden Yards


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Womens Forge Tonal Stripe Top



2. The Hometown Special

You can’t go to Massachusetts without ordering one of their famous lobster rolls. At Boston’s Fenway Park, Red Sox fans can order a buttery lobster roll from (ironically) the Yankee Lobster company before they head to their seats to cheer on the Red Sox. 


Yankee Lobster Roll at Fenway Park


What’s a delicious lobster roll without some Cutter and Buck Boston Red Sox fan gear for the perfect night at Fenway Park? Our fan shop has a variety of lightweight Red Sox polos for those hot, sunny weekend games at the ballpark. Best of all, our DryTec polos are machine washable if you happen to spill while cheering on the Sox.

Men's Cutter and Buck DryTec Redsox Polo

 DryTec Short Sleeve Mens Polo

Womens Cutter and Buck DryTec Redsox Polo

DryTec Short Sleeve Womens Polo



3. Living Lavish

The Oakland Coliseum, home of the Oakland Athletics, serves ahi tuna tacos with fresh fish in a fried wonton shell. Now this one is probably one of the most fanciest ballpark foods, but it looks insanely delicious.

Ahi Tuna Tacos at Oakland Coliseum


As your mouth waters thinking about these tacos, don’t forget to check out Cutter and Buck’s Oakland Athletics fan shop gear perfect for heading to the game straight from the office. These dress shirts are lightweight and breathable making them the perfect baseball game outfit.



4. Go Big or Go Home

Known to be “America’s Team”, the Atlanta Braves are known for their Tomahawk Pork Chop at Suntrust Park. Big enough to serve a family of 4, this pork chop sandwich hits it out of the park for best foods in ballparks across the nation.

Tomahawk Pork Chop Sandwich at Suntrust Park


Being America’s Baseball Team, you are going to need some Cutter and Buck fan shop Americana gear to cheer on your Atlanta Braves. Check out our Americana Swish Printed vests perfect for layering for those cooler, windy nights at Suntrust Park. These quilted vests are wind-resistant and feature a hood in case gameday gets rainy.




5. Chicken From a Doughnut Shop?

Want something salty, but also sweet? Well, Citizen Banks Park, home of the Philadelphia Phillies, has a chicken sandwich from Federal Donuts that will pair perfectly with one of their fresh doughnuts.


Federal Donuts Chicken Sandwich at Citizens Banks Park


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6. The Classic Stadium Hot Dog

Chicago is known for its hot dogs, so it's a no-brainer that they have the best at Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs. They are easy, simple, and laid in a Chicago classic poppy seed hot dog bun layered with your favorite toppings.


Chicago Style Hot Dog at Wrigley Field


Whether you are coming from the office or spending a day at Wrigley Field with your family on the weekend, Cutter and Buck has the best Chicago Cubs fan shop gear to cheer on your Cubbies while enjoying a delicious Chicago dog. Our Chicago Cubs polos are sharp on their own while being easy to wear under a quarter zip pullover if Chicago’s living up to its Windy City nickname.



7. Time for Dessert

I know what you are thinking, what about dessert? Well, at Busch Stadium, home of the St. Louis Cardinals, they have mini fried donuts from Dinger’s Donuts that come in vanilla, chocolate, or maple glaze. When you get your hands on these, you’ll understand why we consider them one of the best foods at MLB ballparks.


Dingers Donuts at Busch Stadium


Summers can get pretty hot in St. Louis, so you are going to want to make sure you are wearing the appropriate gear to the game. Cutter and Buck offers St. Louis Cardinals fan gear made with Drytec polyester material that we can assure you will feel comfortable and stylish on those hot, muggy days. These pieces are versatile and travel well if you want to watch the Cardinals at an away game.



8. The Canadian Favorite

With it being a Canada classic, you need to get a Sausage Poutine from Toronto Street Eats at Rogers Centre stadium, home of the Toronto Blue Jays. It comes with two different kinds of sausage, and we already know that two is better than one especially when one of them is Canadian bacon. 


Sausage Poutine at Rogers Centre Stadium


It can get a bit chilly for a night baseball game in Toronto, so as you are eating your poutine, make sure you layer up with our Toronto Blue Jays fan shop gear that will keep you warm. These Blue Jays jackets are made from a sweater-knit fleece for added comfort.



9. Everything's Bigger in Texas

Think of a classic stadium hotdog, only 2 feet long and one pound heavy, layered in nacho cheese, chili, onions, and jalapeno peppers. You can get one of these massive hot dogs, called The Boomstick, at Globe Life Park, home of MLB’s Texas Rangers.


2 Foot Long Hot Dog at Globe Life Park


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10. Last, But Definitely Not Least

New York means Italian food everywhere you go. At Citi Field watch the New York Mets while enjoying Mama’s of Corona Italian Special Hero made with genoa salami, pepper ham, mozzarella, mushrooms, and roasted red peppers. It doesn’t get more Italian than that.




Citi Field can get rowdy, and Mets fans are passionate about their team. So, we know you will need some gear from our New York Mets fan shop to show your pride. Our polo shirts are available in multiple colors and have UV sun protection for full days at the ballpark.



Check out more Cutter and Buck gear from our MLB fan shop to cheer on your favorite team this season. Trust us, ballpark food plus our MLB apparel is a home run.