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BEST SPORTS FOODS


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So I'm not sure what the rules are about posting links to blogs, but I have a blog on food and design and I just posted a list from ESPN Travel on the best sports stadium foods as well as the best hot dogs.

Feel free to check it out and add your comments and rank your faves.

http://wwff.wordpress.com/2007/03/02/sports-food/

If I'm not allowed to post links to blogs or whatever, just take this post out.

But I hope it's allowed...let the debate begin!

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I was shocked to see the Blue Jays on that list for best hot-dogs. Then after reading the description I realized they're talking about the street meat outside the stadium rather than the food in the stadium.

My advice to anyone going to a Jays game. Get a dog or two before the game from a vendor, and one or two more after the game. Lower prices, bigger dogs, more topping and better taste. God I love Toronto street meat.

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heh, Horlick Field food's okay; Hammes Field and Case Fieldhouse, about the same. the hotdogs at Perkins Stadium were pretty good.

heh, I couldn't tell ya how anything at the Bradley Center tastes cus I didn't eat nothin at the Bucks game I went to back in high school.

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My advice to anyone going to a Jays game. Get a dog or two before the game from a vendor, and one or two more after the game. Lower prices, bigger dogs, more topping and better taste. God I love Toronto street meat.

On or off of Church St?

I kid, I kid.

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the best part of Oregon translates to being the best part of the Blazers' food selection: microbrews. Seriously, how awesome is it to get Widmer Bros. beers at a ballgame? I propose it cannot get better.

...too bad one beer costs as much as an equivalent pitcher at a bar...

the Sushi stand at Safeco is always crazy busy too.

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Underrated: the Polish Sausage at Miller Park.

The brats are still great, but I think they were better at County.

Sadly, Lambeau is pretty forgettable - Levy does a good job but there's nothing that stands out inside the walls.

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I was shocked to see the Blue Jays on that list for best hot-dogs. Then after reading the description I realized they're talking about the street meat outside the stadium rather than the food in the stadium.

My advice to anyone going to a Jays game. Get a dog or two before the game from a vendor, and one or two more after the game. Lower prices, bigger dogs, more topping and better taste. God I love Toronto street meat.

Totally agree, the dawgs inside Rogers are horrible when compared to the dawgs you can get on the streets of TO. Before the demise of my beloved Expos, Sports Illustrated ranked Olympic Stadium's the best. At least they got something right in The Big O.

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