The Best Things to Eat and Drink at a Baltimore Ravens' Game (Slideshow)

Photos from inside M&T Bank Stadium

Two stuffed crabs, masquerading as crab cakes.

Attman's Corned Beef: Sections 119, 205, and 225

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Family-owned since 1915, this Baltimore-based deli works with Aramark to bring their sandwiches to M&T Bank Stadium.

Flying Dog Brewery: Sections 117 and 128

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Flying Dog Brewery serves their classic Doggie Style Pale Ale, Snake Dog IPA, and UnderDog Atlantic Lager to stadium-goers.

Bell's Famous Chili

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Bell's Famous Chili got its foot in the door at M&T Bank Stadium in an unusual way. Sean Bell was at a game when he came up with the idea of serving chili at the stadium. At the time, he didn't own a business or make chili professionally. So, he started a business, and his first shop opened at the stadium in 2007.

Burgers on the Grill

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Burgers are among the most popular items at M&T Bank Stadium, along with chicken tenders.

Crabcakes: Sections 111, 138, 201, and 233

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Crabcakes, a Baltimore staple, can be found at Chesapeake Market on the main and club levels.

Signature Hot Dogs: Sections 103, 115, 124, and 142

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On the far left is the Backyard Dog, topped with beans, bacon, BBQ sauce, and crispy onion straws. In the middle, the Reuben Dog with Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, and Thousand Island dressing. And on the right is the Junkyard Dog, a perfect combination of Buffalo sauce, blue cheese dressing, and celery relish.


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After smoking for 12 hours, brisket gets cut fresh for the brisket sandwiches in sections 101 and 123.

Brisket Sandwich: Sections 101 and 123

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A gluten-free version of the brisket sandwich is available at section 123.

Old Bay Shredded Chicken Sandwich: Sections 101 and 130

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Classic Old Bay seasoning on a beer-braised chicken sandwich with sweet corn mayo? Yes, please.