These Are the 5 Weirdest Foods You Can Buy at a Baseball Game

Ah, Major League Baseball. Who doesn’t love a relaxing summer evening at the ballpark, hearing the crack of the bat and smelling freshly-cut grass?

While the traditional baseball snack foods might be peanuts and Cracker Jack, in 2019, you can find all kinds of bizarre concession stand items on ballpark menus throughout North America.

Here are our picks for the five weirdest snacks that you can order at a baseball stadium near you.

Chapulines: Safeco Field, Seattle

Chapulines are pretty crazy. Consisting of toasted grasshoppers toasted and sprinkled with garlic and chili powder, this Mexican treat can be bought at Mariners home games.

Esquite: Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles

Another Mexican treat, esquite is a cup of corn that’s mixed with mayonnaise, lime, and chili powder to make a unique snack.

Fowl Pole: Globe Life Park, Arlington

The Texas Rangers offer a two-pound chicken tender known as the “fowl pole” at their home games. It includes a variety of dipping sauces and fries, as if that was necessary.

Lobster BLT: Fenway Park, Boston

New England is famous for its lobster, so of course the Red Sox sell this twist on a traditional BLT, filled with delicious and tender lobster meat.

Chicken and Waffle Cone: Target Stadium, Minneapolis

Chicken and waffles is a Southern tradition, but curiously, it can be found in Minnesota at Twins home games. It’s a fried chicken breast, drizzled in maple syrup, served with a waffle wrapped around it.