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

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The Market in Section 188 is new for 2017, with grab-and-go items like marinated kale salad with yellow beets, wheat berries, roast leeks, sunflower and pumpkin seeds, and maple-tahini dressing or slow-cooked short rib-mac and cheese with aged cheddar cream, mozzarella curds, golden raisins, rich demi-glace, and a crispy herb crunch. In Section 144's Riverwalk Grill, try the Cracker Jack & Mac Dog if you can handle a macaroni-cheese-topped hot dog with salted caramel sauce, fried jalapenos, and a side of Cracker Jacks. On the lighter side, get a buffalo'd cauliflower with vegan ranch dressing at the Rivertown Brewing Hall in the left field area. Beer beyond MGD: RT Lager, Hala Kahiki Pineapple Ale, Old Wylie's IPA, Jah Mon, and It's Always a Home Game are craft beers on tap at the Rivertowne Brewing Hall of Fame Club in the left field area, open to all ticket holders. Official policy on bringing in food: Soft-sided coolers are OK, Hard-sided coolers, ice packs and cooler inserts are not permitted. Guests are permitted to bring bottled water and food that may fit into a 16x16x8-inch soft-sided bag into the ballpark. Water bottles should not exceed 24 ounces in size, and must be clear, plastic, sealed and disposable. Children's juice boxes and items necessary for medical purposes are permitted. Alcoholic beverages, carbonated beverages, sports drinks, cans, glass bottles and thermoses are not allowed. Outside food and beverage is not permitted entry into the Lexus Club, Suite Level or the Rivertowne Brewing Hall of Fame Club areas.

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