If you used your eyeballs to take in a Minneapolis Twins game at Target Field, you also get a chance to use your mouth to take in a baseball helmet filled with nachos.
The Baltimore Orioles serve hotdogs with mac & cheese and crab meat at Camden yards. (You just read the most Baltimore sentence ever that doesn't make reference to The Wire.)
The 8 pound "Strasburger" at Nationals Park in Washington D.C.
We heard you like jalapeño and toothpicks.
Philadelphia's own Chickie's and Pete's crab fries are served at games for the Phillies, Eagles, Sixers, and Flyers.
Just look at that adorable little dipping cup.
Only at PNC Park: The Tatcho. Tater tots topped with chili, spicy nacho cheese, green onions, and sour cream.
The Mets have a Shake Shack at Citi Field?
The Mets have a Shake Shack at Citi Field.
A West Coast favorite: the jalapeño chili dog. Good inside the stadium during a game. Even better outside of the stadium after a win... or loss.
Edgar Martinez may not (yet) be in the Hall of Fame, but his tacos can be in your mouth.
Seriously... Edgar has his own dining space for all Mariners games at Safeco Field. These are his pork carnitas tacos.
Not to be outdone by Target Field, at Angels Stadium you can acquire the he "Nacho Daddy"... an Angels helmet filled with cips, cheese, guac, and whatever else is in the kitchen of your local Mexican restaurant.
If you're a driver or just a fan with a pit pass, Bojangles is served in the garage area at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Hard to believe none of that has any fat.
The Columbian dog is served at multiple MLB stadiums throughout the season.
What is on a Columbian Dog? I'm glad you asked. Hold onto your butts: pineapple sauce, crushed potato chips, garlic mayo, and ketchup.
An absurd amount of wings are served at food booths at the Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Maryland loves crabcakes. They love crab cakes so much that you can get a crab cake burger at an Orioles game.