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(ESPN)   If the Mets don't make you sick, the food in their stadium will   (espn.go.com ) divider line
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2014-05-14 03:51:03 AM  
Tainted meat in Philadelphia. What evah.
 
2014-05-14 07:10:42 AM  
If?
 
2014-05-14 07:41:16 AM  
Obligatory for any Mets thread.
 
2014-05-14 07:49:11 AM  
Most stadium food anywhere can make you sick with the exception of a few. Primanti Brothers sandwiches at PNC Park in Pittsburgh are my personal favorite stadium food, if you even want to consider it so.
 
2014-05-14 08:12:42 AM  
shiati Field
 
2014-05-14 10:13:05 AM  

kdawg7736: Most stadium food anywhere can make you sick with the exception of a few. Primanti Brothers sandwiches at PNC Park in Pittsburgh are my personal favorite stadium food, if you even want to consider it so.


For many years, the only reason to go to Camden Yards was the food.  I once ate Boog's BBQ, drank too much, and threw up back at my hotel room.  The next morning, I had a chunk of BBQ lodged in my sinuses.  Snorted it down, chewed it up, and swallowed it.  Yummy.

/not on purpose
 
2014-05-14 10:16:42 AM  

kdawg7736: Most stadium food anywhere can make you sick with the exception of a few. Primanti Brothers sandwiches at PNC Park in Pittsburgh are my personal favorite stadium food, if you even want to consider it so.


Safeco (Seattle) has excellent food(and beer) for a stadium, but they make it a point of sourcing from local eateries and local breweries.
 
2014-05-14 10:26:05 AM  

foo monkey: kdawg7736: Most stadium food anywhere can make you sick with the exception of a few. Primanti Brothers sandwiches at PNC Park in Pittsburgh are my personal favorite stadium food, if you even want to consider it so.

For many years, the only reason to go to Camden Yards was the food.  I once ate Boog's BBQ, drank too much, and threw up back at my hotel room.  The next morning, I had a chunk of BBQ lodged in my sinuses.  Snorted it down, chewed it up, and swallowed it.  Yummy.

/not on purpose


bhcompy: kdawg7736: Most stadium food anywhere can make you sick with the exception of a few. Primanti Brothers sandwiches at PNC Park in Pittsburgh are my personal favorite stadium food, if you even want to consider it so.

Safeco (Seattle) has excellent food(and beer) for a stadium, but they make it a point of sourcing from local eateries and local breweries.


Never been to either of those places. I live in Central PA so Camden is not too far of a drive. Haven't been to Baltimore in years since when I go to Ocean City I go through Delaware to avoid the traffic and the high Bay Bridge tolls. Want to see Camden Yards and the aquarium sometime.

Seattle could be some other time, but at least I know the ballpark food if I ever go there won't disappoint.
 
2014-05-14 10:26:21 AM  
The Mets are making the Yankees sick at the moment.

/Yet another sign of the Apocalypse
 
2014-05-14 10:38:14 AM  

lilbjorn: The Mets are making the Yankees sick at the moment.

/Yet another sign of the Apocalypse


Nah, they're only on a 6-game winning streak dating back to last year.
 
2014-05-14 10:46:45 AM  
To be fair, Shake Shake makes me sick even under the best of situations.
 
2014-05-14 11:01:25 AM  

red5ish: Tainted meat in Philadelphia. What evah.


It's like you didn't even read the sub or article. How do you function in life?
 
2014-05-14 12:48:04 PM  
Come for the game stay for the ptomaine.
 
2014-05-14 01:11:01 PM  

bhcompy: kdawg7736: Most stadium food anywhere can make you sick with the exception of a few. Primanti Brothers sandwiches at PNC Park in Pittsburgh are my personal favorite stadium food, if you even want to consider it so.

Safeco (Seattle) has excellent food(and beer) for a stadium, but they make it a point of sourcing from local eateries and local breweries.


Is it the real version of the local eatery's food, or is it like when the White Sox source Connie's Pizza and offer a very sub-par version?

/not attempting to make this a pizza thread
/if you're about to type a joke about lasagna or something... just stop
 
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