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

The Fritos Kimchi Chili Dog, an all-beef hot dog topped with a sweet and spicy Kimchi chili, fresh cilantro, Texas teriyaki sauce and crunchy Fritos corn chips, and the Texas Snow Ball, ball of shredded brisket that is dipped into funnel cake batter, deep fried to a golden brown hue and dusted with powdered sugar, are two hot new items to eat in the stadium in 2017. Beer beyond MGD: Until 2013, it was just Bud, Coors, and Miller, and then Major League Brewhouse opened between third base and home plate in Section 17, offering a bunch of local and national options. In 2016, Ale House in sections 27, 51, and 241 had craft and specialty brews; Beers of Belgium in section 115 had imported beers; and Beers of the World in sections 11, 39, and 325 also had imports. Texas-brewed beer was available at aptly named Beers of Texas in Section 328. Official policy on bringing in food: "No metal cans, glass containers, or alcoholic beverages may be carried into Globe Life Park. In addition, no hard coolers, or oversized bags will be admitted. Only soft-sided, collapsible coolers without plastic inserts are allowed (liners must be removable). All bags and purses must be 16" x 16" x 8" or smaller and are subject to search by ballpark staff."