Get your hot dogs (and much more) here. A guide to eating at Dodger Stadium

LA's ultimate bacon sausage roll is in the square to the left at Think Blue BBQ at Dodger Stadium.

LA’s ultimate bacon sausage roll is in the square to the left at Think Blue BBQ at Dodger Stadium.

(Hamlet Nalbandyan / Los Angeles Times)

There is a wide selection of meat and plants that can be found at most other football fields. Here are some options that can only be found at Dodger Stadium:

Dog Dodgers: The famous sausage dish is a 10-inch pork roll wrapped in a steamed bun. Vernon-based Papa Cantella is the pork supplier, having recently replaced Farmer John’s. Fans can also opt for their Dodger Dog steamed or grilled.

Fans who want a plant-based option are in luck Plant-based Dodger dog. Dodgers partnered with Greenleaf Foods SPC to make Field Roast a plant-based options provider.

Dodger Dogs can be found throughout the field, center yard, loge and reserve levels, right and left squares, and top deck.

Super Dodgers: If you’re looking for a Dodger Dog beef option, it’s the Super Dodger Dog. It’s a 1/3 pound piece of beef wrapped in a steamed bun. Located on the court, log and reserve level and top deck.

Doyer Dog: The Mexican-themed Dodger. It’s a 10-inch Dodger Dog with nacho cheese, diced tomatoes, onions, and jalapeños. Ketchup, mustard, and soft drinks are optional for this version, but not required for what it’s packed with.

Michelada Sausage: Michelada and hot dog lovers should consider this one. The longaniza sausage is seasoned with Michelada, wrapped in a Tajin coated bread and topped with crispy smoked pork, chili lime aioli and cilantro. Michelada sausages can be found in the central square.

Carne asada nachos: Carne asada and nachos lovers should consider trying this. It’s crisps served with carne asada, nacho cheese, and jalapeños. Fans can order helmet option to receive Dodgers souvenirs. There’s also a jalapeño option that doesn’t come with carne asada for fans who want an extra veggie option. Located at Hornitos Cantina and LA Taqueria in the right square, central courtyard and Reserve 17.

Carne asada nachos helmets located at LA Taqueria in the reserve at Dodger Stadium.

Carne asada nachos helmets located at LA Taqueria in the reserve at Dodger Stadium.

(Hamlet Nalbandyan / Los Angeles Times)

Last Nachos: This is taking nachos to the next level. This version of nachos includes a crispy BBQ finish before being topped with BBQ sauce, BBQ spiced sour cream, and jalapeños. Oh, and nacho cheese is included. Located at Think Blue BBQ on the left square and 32nd Floor Reserve.

Pizza at Brooklyn Dodgers: They say never forget your roots. And one way for the Dodgers to do that is with Pizza Dodgers in Brooklyn. It’s a 12-inch thin crust pizza that comes with options of pepperoni or just cheese.

Dodger Double Burger: This will probably fill you up. It consists of two beef patties, cheddar, lettuce, tomato, grilled onions, dill pickles and grand slam sauce on a brioche bun. Crispy bacon and/or chili can be added to serve.

Dodger Blue Burger: Another accessory with a Dodger change. It consists of two steaks, blue cheese, bacon, caramelized onions, dill pickles, horseradish mustard sauce on a brioche bread. Crispy bacon and/or chili can be added.

LA Spicy Chicken Sandwich: Craving a nice spicy kick? LA Spicy Chicken Sandwich features napalm aioli, spicy pickles and is served on a soft potato bun. Spicy sandwiches are sold at Hot Corner at Field 47.

https://www.latimes.com/sports/dodgers/story/2022-07-16/dodger-stadium-guide-to-eating-food Get your hot dogs (and much more) here. A guide to eating at Dodger Stadium

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