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Stadium Dining Guides Across the Eater Universe, 2014

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Target Field, Home of the Minnesota Twins.
Target Field, Home of the Minnesota Twins.
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As baseball teams kick off their seasons across the country, the hungry fans of America's national pastime are about to start spending a lot of time in stadiums. If beer and hot dogs are your thing, fantastic — but professional sports stadiums are about oh-so-much than traditional ballpark food these days. Below, the Eater cities once again guide you through America's best stadium food, from Shake Shack burgers to farm-to-bleacher snacks to sushi. And don't worry, soccer and basketball fans: you're covered, too.

· Atlanta: Turner Field, Home of the Braves
· Boston: Fenway Park, Home of the Red Sox
· Charleston: Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park, Home of the RiverDogs
· Chicago: US Cellular Field, Home of the White Sox
· Chicago: Wrigley Field, Home of the Cubs
· Dallas: Globe Life Park, Home of the Rangers
· Denver: Coors Field, Home of the Rockies
· Detroit: Comerica Park, Home of the Tigers
· Houston: Minute Maid Park, Home of the Astros
· Louisville: Louisville Slugger Park, Home of the Bats
· Portland, ME: Hadlock Field, Home of the Sea Dogs
· Miami: Marlins Park, Home of the Marlins
· New Orleans:The Smoothie King Center, Home of the Pelicans and VooDoo
· NYC: Barclays Center, Home of the Nets
· NYC: Madison Square Garden, Home of the Knicks
· NYC: Citi Field, Home of the Mets
· NYC: Yankee Stadium, Home of the Yankees
· Philadelphia: Citizens Bank Park, Home of the Phillies
· Portland, OR: Providence Park, Home of the Timbers
· San Diego: Petco Park, Home of the Padres
· Seattle: Safeco Field, Home of the Mariners
· Toronto: Rogers Centre, Home of the Blue Jays
· Washington, DC: Nationals Park, Home of the Nationals

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