The Strangest Stadium Foods In The Country (PHOTOS)
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1. “The Walk Off” at Baltimore’s Camden Yards is Italian Sausage covered in crab dip and a pretzel roll. While the name is a nod to baseball, you probably will need to walk it off once you’re through with this beast.
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2. The Rocky Mountain Oysters at Coors Field in Denver are probably the biggest culprit of false advertising. ICYDK, these “oysters” are actually fried bull testicles. Bon appetit.
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3. They sell fried ravioli with dipping sauce at the Busch Stadium in St. Louis, because who wants crap like fries and ice cream when you can have ravioli at a sporting event?
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4. Baseball’s Best Burger (known as the “Luther Burger to some) is your typical burger – but instead of basic buns, they’re Krispy Kreme donuts.
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5. The “Sliders Family Meal Deal” at Yankee Stadium in New York is a $20 deal you can’t pass up. However, burgers in a bucket seems like a dream and a sin at the same time.
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6. The Murph-A-Dilla is a 24-inch long beef brisket quesadilla. Clearly it’s meant for sharing, but you probably won’t.
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7. “The Baco” at Fifth Third Ballpark in Michigan probably isn’t what you thought it was. It’s your ordinary taco, but instead of a tortilla, it’s wrapped in good ol’ bacon.
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8. The StrasBurger at Nats Park in Washington is one big and expensive burger ($59 to be exact). It’s 8 pounds, so you’ll literally have a food baby after getting through with this.
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9. The Pulled Pork Parfait at Miller Park in Milwaukee looks so wrong, but probably tastes so right.
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10. Triple Pork Poutine at the BMO Field in Toronto is a Canadian and meat-lover’s dream all it once.
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11. BBQ Nachos at RedZone Park in Memphis sound like an amazing Tex-Mex mix.
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