Food That Doesn't Suck at America's Top Baseball Parks

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The ballpark has stuck by traditional foods like its Fenway Franks, pretzels, and New England favorites such as clam chowder and lobster rolls, but the rooftop garden (producing 3,000 pounds of food) installed in 2015 shows that's changing. The Lobster Poutine Stak will be introduced this year, along with a surf-and-turf kebab and a lobster melt. Beyond MGD: Blue Point, Goose IPA, and Samuel Adams on taps, and local beers like Wachusett, Harpoon, and Narragansett were available in cans, says Jason Chalifour on Wicked Local. Official policy on bringing in food: “No food can be brought into the ballpark and only sealed bottled waters of 16oz. or less are allowed.” Also, check out the best baseball apps to track the season.