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I’m a baseball fan. I’m also a food lover. Someone had the unquestionably brilliant idea to combine my two passions into one dream come true: MLB Food Fest.

The three-day festival will be held in downtown L.A. April 26th-28th, with NYC and London dates to be announced. MLB Food Fest will feature one unique food item from every Major League Baseball stadium, as well as some international offerings.

Related: Healthier Foods Coming To Major League Ballparks

Tickets range from $45 to $90. Based on the menu below, it will be worth every penny. I’d even try the Seattle Mariner’s Toasted Grasshoppers. Now I just to have to scrape together enough cash for a plane ticket and hotel room.

American League

– Baltimore Orioles: Chesapeake Waffle Fries
– Boston Red Sox: Hot Lobster Roll
– Chicago White Sox: Elote Nuggets
– Cleveland Indians: Fat Rooster
– Detroit Tigers: Bahn Mi
– Houston Astros: Frito Pie Corndog
– Kansas City Royals: BBQ Burger
– Los Angeles Angels: Kung Pao Chicken Drumstick
– Minnesota Twins: Tony O’s Cuban Sandwich
– New York Yankees: NYY Steak Sandwich
– Oakland A’s: Brisket Nachos
– Seattle Mariners: Toasted Grasshoppers
– Tampa Bay Rays: Beer Braised Short Rib Grilled Cheese Sandwich
– Texas Rangers: Dilly Dog
– Toronto Blue Jays: BBQ Watermelon Pulled Pork Sandwich

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National League

– Arizona Diamondbacks: Churro Dog
– Atlanta Braves: Dagwood Grilled Cheese
– Chicago Cubs: Chicago Dog
– Cincinnati Reds: ‘Cincinnati Hot’ Pork Schnitzel
– Colorado Rockies: Rocky Mountain Oysters
– Los Angeles Dodgers: Sisig Fries
– Miami Marlins: Chicken & Bubble Waffle
– Milwaukee Brewers: Wisconsin Ultimate Cheese Fry
– New York Mets: New York Deli Pastrami Sandwich
– Philadelphia Phillies: Philly Cheesesteak
– Pittsburgh Pirates: Pulled Pork Pierogie Hoagie
– San Diego Padres: Mahi Mahi Taco
– San Francisco Giants: Cha Cha Bowl
– St. Louis Cardinals: Four Hands Nachos
– Washington Nationals: Original Half Smoke – “All The Way”


– Japan: Japanese Curry
– London: Fish and Chips with Mushy Peas
– Mexico: Sultanes De Monterrey “Monster Dog”

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