The Seattle Mariners fans are blessed with more than just an awesome baseball field and stadium. They have some great ballpark food located at Safeco Field that leaves mouths watering and taste buds ready for a home run. Not just a baseball destination, this stadium is full of vendors that make Safeco Field a food destination as well. Here are the top five foods that you have to try at the next Seattle Mariners game.
1. Rotisserie-Style Hot Wings
These are now pulling their rank as one of the American staple foods. While they haven’t reached the traditional ballpark hot dog status, they are still a great game food you won’t want to skip on. High Cheese Pizza & Wings turns the standard hot wing into a gourmet meal with a variety of options, including Original Cayenne Pepper, Kickin’ BBQ, Chili n’ Lime, and Slammin’ Sriracha Chili. Served hot with some Frank’s Red Hot Sauce or creamy bleu cheese dressing, you’ll want to remember to grab some napkins for the post wing mess.
2. The Seattle Dog
It seems every ballpark in America has their own take on the traditional hot dog, but Seattle really sticks with combining their own tradition. This Cloverdale hot dog is boiled and served hot and juicy on a pretzel bun smeared with cream cheese. A perfect mixture of all-American and Seattle, the Seattle Dog is a Safeco Field staple you will want to double up on.
3. Seattle Burger
Hamburg+Frites take a shot at a hamburger spin off and gives it a touch of Seattle taste. This hamburger is loaded with thick cream cheese, grilled onions, and tart, pickled peppers. A crowd favorite, the Seattle Burger is similar to the Seattle Dog and not because of the cream cheese- because it is another Safeco Field food that you can’t skip out on!
4. Bacon Wrapped Hot Dog
At Edgar’s Cantina they give a succulent spin to the all-American ballpark hot dog. You won’t find a bland and boring dog with ketchup on it here. Edgar’s wraps their juicy hot dogs in bacon and then heaps on mounds of jalapenos, grilled onions, and tops it off with Chipotle sauce for a touch that will leave your mouth watering. So delicious you can grab them at two locations: Edgar’s Cantina (mentioned above) and Edgar’s Tacos.
5. Grilled Cheese
The Big Cheese does grilled cheese sandwiches right. With ingredients from Hempler’s meats, they stuff a grilled cheese full of cottage-style bacon and Beecher’s Just Jack Cheese for a zesty grilled cheese sandwich that will leave you running back for more.
Hamburgers, hot dogs, grilled cheese and more. There are so many options at Safeco Field that give a new definition to ballpark food. Skilled food vendors have taken the mundane and turned it into extraordinary with these delectable dinners and snacks to leave any Mariners fan coming hungry to the field and leaving happy. Next time your at Safeco Field, catch more than just a Seattle Mariners win and grab a grand slam bite to eat as well.