Detroit likes to hold on to tradition when it comes to ballpark food, so you can expect an outstanding variety of that classic baseball game food that speaks to the days of yesteryear the next time you head out to Comerica Park to catch the next Tigers game. Here are the top 5 classic foods (some with a little twist) you can find at Comerica Park that are sure to hit a home run for your taste buds.
1. The Late Night Dog
Your midnight munchies met the hot dog, and then joined forces to make the Late Night Dog found at Tigers Food Court. This juicy ballpark frank isn’t loaded up with the traditional ketchup, mustard, and relish. It’s piled high with breakfast favorites: fried egg, cheese, and succulent bacon. This masterpiece will have you rethinking your next midnight trip to the fridge.
These Mexican food favorites are found at Section 135 and are a revamped fan favorite for obvious reasons. Vendors took the standard taco and made it customizable by loading up a corn or flour tortilla with you choice of chick, pork, or beef and then dressed up with cilantro, lime, Pico de Gallo, onion, taco chili sauce, and then topped with a heaping of cheddar cheese. It’s a customizable Mexican food feast that will have you leaving Comerica Park anxiously awaiting the next Tigers game.
3. Lobster Mac and Cheese
Your inner child just ran into your high-end foodie adult self down at Comerica Suites. This traditional macaroni and cheese is a delightful blend of macaroni noodles, creamy cheese, and fresh, meaty lobster. Not your run of the mill ballpark food by any means, it takes the cake on one of the must have foods down at Comerica Park.
4. The Poutine Hot Dog
Comerica Park has a tendency of taking the classics and revamping them, so we had to add another dog to the list. In this Canadian-American combination the Poutine Hot Dog takes a fat, juicy sausage and smothers it with gravy, french-fries, and cheese curds. A genius twist to the traditional dog if we don’t say so ourselves, eh? This delicacy can also be found down at the Tiger Food Court.
5. Hudsonville Ice Cream
Don’t expect to find some ice cream thrown into a cup at this stand. Vendors have taken the delicious, creamy dessert and hand dipped it to perfection before serving it up fresh for your taste buds. A sweet way to end the game, grab a hand dipped ice cream cone before you head home after watching a great Tigers win.
The top 5 fan favorite foods at Comerica Park are traditional meets unique, so much so that you will be dreaming up a way to make them at home. Whether you are stopping in for the Poutine Dog, Tacos, or Lobster Mac and Cheese, you won’t find yourself disappointed by the food choice at the Detroit Tigers home field, Comerica Park.