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Where to Eat at Great American Ballpark, Home of the Cincinnati Reds

Moonshine, chili, and self-serve beer.

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The Cincinnati Reds are back at Great American Ballpark for the 2015 season, and along with the batting lineup and bullpen, the team is bringing back some tried-and-true stadium dining favorites. Keep reading for intel about where to find the city's iconic chili, where to sip some (totally legal) moonshine, and so much more.

Hometown Favorites at the Park

Photo: Courtesy Skyline Chili/Facebook

Skyline Head to any of the five Skyline outposts in the park for a Skyline Chili Coney, a hot dog topped with Cincinnati's renowned chili and lots of shredded cheddar. Where: 103, 116, 130, 518, 533.

LaRosa'sServing the greater metro area since the 1950s, this classic pizzeria now offers stadium slices as well. Where: 113, 133, 413.

Montgomery Inn Get the ribs at this Ohio classic. The original location — a favorite of Reds players — has been serving up barbecue in the nearby town of Montgomery since 1951.

More Dining Options at the Stadium

Machine Room Grille [Photo: Mega Construction]; Mr. Red's Smokehouse [Photo: Rounding Third]

Machine Room Grill — Need a break from the action? This low-key gastropub offers dine-in service, and the menu offers everything from hot dogs and burgers to bacon on a stick and a macaroni and cheese dish served with barbecue chicken. Where: Left-field corner of the Suite Level.

Mr. Red's Smokehouse — Mr. Red's famous turkey leg is back for the 2015 season, but as in previous years, this ballpark barbecue joint will also continue to offer specials inspired by the visiting team: Expect soft shell crabs when the Washington Nationals come into town and smoked, stuffed quail in honor of the St. Louis Cardinals. Where: 139.

All-you-can-eat seats — Down the left-field line, there are more than 300 seats that offer an all-you-can-eat package: The ticket (prices vary) comes with a pass for unlimited stadium food, including hot dogs, peanuts, and sodas. Note that alcoholic beverages and specialty food items will need to be purchased separately. Where: Sections 408 to 410; there's also a fancier AYCE buffet option at the newly renovated Handlebar at the Riverfront Club, which seats single-game, season-ticket, and box seat fans.

More — A Food Network-branded stand offers team-specific hot dogs (133); burgers at Frisch's Big Boy (119, 130); veggie dogs (118, 516, 525); self-serve beer stations across the stadium and Ole Smokey Moonshine cocktails available around the park; buffalo chicken- and pulled pork-topped fries at Fry Box.

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