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Where to Eat at Dodger Stadium, Home to LA's Dodgers

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2012_4_stadiumlogo.jpgEveryone should get a Dodger dog at Dodger Stadium at least once. Get it grilled, make sure it's hot, and get chips and a Coke on the side. Not in a hot-dog kind of mood? Fortunately, Dodger Stadium is adjacent to Chinatown and downtown LA. Among the closest options, we've picked our favorites. Go deeper into downtown LA, Little Tokyo, or near Olvera Street and plenty of options present themselves. Know of another secret gem around the corner from Dodger Stadium? Tell us in the comments.

Dodger Stadium's Standouts

2012_04_fullhousestadium.jpg 1) Full House Seafood: It's true that everyone should get a Dodger dog once. After that, we recommend eating before the game or packing your own picnic. Full House Seafood has a good selection of fried rice and Chinese stir fry. [963 North Hill Street]

2012_04_philippestadium.jpg 2) Philippe the Original: If you're not into Dodger Dogs, going to a game at Dodgers Stadium is a good opportunity to get a French dip and maybe a pickled egg. [1001 North Alameda Street]

A Quick Meal at Dodger Stadium

· All-You-Can-Eat Pavilion: Selection of food stands (The Right Field Pavilion).
· California Pizza Kitchen: Pizza (Field Level, 1st Base Side, Sec. 8).
· Healthy Plate: Wraps, salads. (Field Level, 1st Base Side, Sec. 30).
· Dodger Dogs: Dodger Dogs. (Top Deck, 1st Base Side, Sec. 6).
· Dodgertown Deli: Dogs and sandwiches (Field Level, 3rd Base Side, Sec. 47).
· Camacho's: Mexican (Field Level, 3rd Base Side, Sec. 45).
· Soft-Serve Ice Cream: Ice cream. (Reserve Level, 1st Base Side, Sec. 4).

Dodger Stadium

1000 Elysian Park Ave Los Angeles, CA 90012

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