California. Famous for its sun, celebrities, and the unbeatable ball park food at the Angel Stadium. Guests line up for what seems like ages to grab a bite to eat at the top notch food stands found here, and understandably so. With California also being famous for its high food standards, the chefs at Angel Stadium definitely don’t drop the ball when it comes to these top 6 must try foods. So, if you find yourself in Anaheim taking in an Angels game, here’s some of the awesome ballpark food that you can look forward to during the game.
1. The Big Cheese
The bacon cheese sandwich that can be found here at the Big Cheese is an unforgettable item for Angels fans. A heavy helping of rich, melted cheese holds together two delicious pieces of bread and makes sure to get a nice, thick piece of bacon squeezed in the middle. A big job for the Big Cheese, they keep Los Angeles Angels fans coming back again and again for their delectable grilled cheese sandwich.
2. Melissa’s Fresh For You
“Health food” isn’t usually the first thing that comes to mind when it comes to ball park eats. But this is California, after all. Focused on a healthy alternative for those headed out to the Angel Stadium to catch a game, Melissa’s Fresh For You has a to die for Acai Bowl filled with granola, bananas, strawberries, and topped with honey.
Spuds does fries quite unlike any other vendor at Angel Stadium. An unforgettable menu item is the carne asada fries, and these fries will leave you dreaming of the next Angels game. Waffle fries are topped high with famous California guacamole, peppers, cheese, sour cream, and beef. They don’t skimp on the servings either, so you can share them with your friend (or just eat them all to yourself-we won’t judge).
4. Smoke Ring BBQ, Farmer John BBQ
The long standing favorite amongst Angels fans is the classic Legends Dog. A mouth watering twist to the classic ball game hot dog, this foot long hot dog is topped high with brisket and left open for you to choose the remainder of your toppings. So delicious it is offered at two locations: Smoke Ring BBQ and Farmer John BBQ.
5. Angel Wings
This food stand serves up food as clever as its name. Offering ball park traditional like chicken wings and fries, you won’t want to miss out on their unforgettable and succulent chicken tenders or their crispy fries. It may not have a name that is borderline unpronounceable, but these chicken tenders are liable to knock your taste buds out of the park.
6. Broken Bat Pub
Another uniquely named food vendor, the Broken Bat Pub serves up a mean hot dog. Famed for the unforgettable “Angel Dog” and the massive Jumbo Sized Hot Dog, this place takes traditional ball park food seriously and preserves the delicate nature that is the tradition of hot dogs and beer at the ball game.
Find more info on the food options at the stadium at losangeles.angels.mlb.com/ana/ballpark/concessions_guide.jsp