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Yankee Stadium to Serve Up Premium Dining Options

Meet the Newest Dining Hotspot: The Ballpark

Masaharu Morimoto isn't the only celebrity chef to be serving stepped-up stadium food at future Yankees games. As part of the stadium's new Legends Culinary Series, at select games, famous New York chefs will serve up signature dishes at the stadium's Legends Suite Club.

In addition to Iron Chef Morimoto, the star-studded lineup of chefs will include Alex Guarnaschelli of The Cooking Loft and Butter restaurant, April Bloomfield of The Spotted Pig, and Sirio Maccioni of Le Cirque. Chocolatier Godiva will also be on hand to create signature chocolate desserts.
Food Network has announced that it, too, will be rolling out its first-ever food stands. The stands will feature "quality takes on classic" foods that incorporate "the ethnic cuisines of New York City, Food Network's hometown," according to a statement from the network. Hot dogs, burgers, and fries will be in the mix — but so will Puerto Rican pork sandwiches and Chinese cold noodles.

Since variety is the spice of life, and because dining options at sports events do seem to be trending toward the upscale, I suppose premium dining at the stadium makes business sense. PartySugar and I both agree, however, that canapés can never take the place of chili dogs at the ballpark. What do you think? Would you want to eat gourmet cuisine at a sporting event?


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kscincotta kscincotta 8 years
Baseball, beer, peanuts and hotdogs = perfection. Everything else is just extra and not really for me.
ilanac13 ilanac13 8 years
that's going to be interesting. for myself - i can't imagine that i would want to eat that fancy of food at a game...
Stacey-Cakes Stacey-Cakes 8 years
It really doesn't matter to me what kind of food they have at the ballparks, but could they please stop charging 9 dollars for a beer?
fleurfairy fleurfairy 8 years
The Ballpark at Arlington (where the Rangers play) has about 2 or 3 nice resturants in it. I think it's great for people that want to go early to the game and eat/drink or stay for dinner after.
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