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Dodger Stadium’s New Burger Has A Dodger Dog Inside


Photo courtesy of Budweiser

While you can still get some nachos and a hot dog at baseball stadiums, the days of the simple menu are gone, as every year, these ballparks are trying to up the ante on distinguishable food.

Enter Dodger Stadium’s new Dodger Burger, which will bear the famous Farmer John Dodger Dog wiener within.

The ball club teamed with “Bud & Burgers” to create The Official Burger of the Los Angeles Dodgers, and it consists of an all-beef patty, a sliced Dodger Dog on top, beer-battered jalapeno poppers, caramelized onions, and Budweiser barbecue sauce smothered all over.

Photo: Evan Lancaster/Foodbeast

Along with the new burger, Dodger Stadium showed that it is keeping up with food trends and put together a couple of new tater tot options. In similar style as their popular garlic fries, they will now have garlic parmesan tots and fully loaded chili cheese tots.

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With MLB’s Opening Day right around the corner it looks like the Dodgers decided a normal burger wouldn’t get the job done for a team with such high expectations. Might as well go big or go home.

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Fast Food

Here’s What a Fenway Frank, Dodger Dog and Other Ballpark Dogs Look Like

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There is indeed a council for everything, evidenced by The National Hot Dog & Sausage Council estimating that baseball fans will consume more than 20 million hot dogs over the course of the 2013 Major League Baseball season.

In conjunction, the folks at CouponCabin have visualized four of the dogs from major stadiums across the country. The Chicago-Style dog features pickles, onions, relish and mustard — while the Nathans Hot Dog from Yankee Stadium touts chili, cheese and a barrage of chopped onions. The following graphic breaks down the calorie content, the stadium price and make-it-at-home price for each of the major dogs.

Take a look (click to enlarge):

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