15 Craziest Stadium Foods

From triple-pork poutine to a mountain of nachos in a helmet, these stadium eats are competing for fans, too

15 Craziest Stadium Foods
Courtesy of Levy Restaurants

Ballpark fare has been more than peanuts and Cracker Jacks for some time now. But the world of stadium foods is reaching its boiling point, and teams and stadiums are seemingly competing against each other to see who can concoct the craziest eats. They’ve let their imaginations run wild, topping old standbys with all kinds of new additions and making ballpark classics look like they’re on steroids. It's undeniable that stadium food is taking on a whole new role in sports — fans are seeking out these crazy eats mid-game, and even going to watch another team play just to get a taste of that stadium’s signature snack.

Click here to see the 15 Craziest Stadium Foods Slideshow.

Some, or most, of these wild foodstuffs sound more like a challenge on Man v. Food than easily ignored sideline snacks. Whether it’s because of regional delicacies, like Rocky Mountain oysters at Coors Field, or typical ballpark dishes with new twists, like the Frito Pie Dog at Wrigley Field, stadiums and fans alike are focusing more on crazy, sport-inspired fun than any kind of restrained fandom. Not to mention, a few boring innings can easily be cured by the Big Boomer, a 1-pound hot dog smothered in toppings, or a 5-pound burger topped with salsa, chips, and chili.

It once was common to take a road trip following a team around the country or visit as many baseball stadiums as possible in one go, but we have a good feeling that these eats will start inspiring road trips of their own. So whether you’re loyal to the home team or are a fair-weather fan (read: snack hound), these are the ballpark eats that caught our eye for being among the wildest, most imaginative, most fun to eat, and likely worst for you dishes out there. Whatever you do, don’t start counting those calories now — you have a ballgame to eat at. 

Be a Part of the Conversation

Have something to say?
Add a comment (or see what others think).

Comments 6

Like this story? Get updates by email, facebook and twitter
Get daily food and wine coverage

Latest from The Daily Meal

The Daily Meal Video Network
DIY VS. BUY: Potato Chips



Everything in moderation
VoIP For Business

mattlampard74's picture

In such cases even in moderation still could harm our health condition, better to avoid sporran
in my opinion.

randywilks80's picture

People that enjoy going at the stadium should learn about the negative effects of such foods, health is very important for everyone of us, including our factoring communities.


I love these type of food, its awesome, pile the cheese on its even better.
VoIP providers

heffay93's picture

There is a great pizza restaurant in Richmond VA called 'BlowToad' (named after a local puffer fish) that serves a bull testicle pizza with blue cheese. They call it the 'blue ball'. It's really quite good.

elvinfred's picture

Crazy food stuff makes the stadium more popular and makes the people to enjoy more of the sport!!
leased line

Add a Comment

Upload a picture of yourself no larger than 3MB, please see Terms for details
Please answer this Captcha to prove you are human
Enter the characters shown in the image.
Please answer this Captcha to prove you are human