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The Dodger Stadium World Series Food Menu Is as Perfect as #ThisTeam

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Helmet nachos, hot dogs, and pounds of ice cream to beat the heat

Helmet al pastor nachos
Dodger Stadium

This year’s Los Angeles Dodgers team is no stranger to magic. They’ve been crafting some of their own all season long, while the Dodgers concessions department has been busy working up their own bit of wonder surrounding the latest additions to the stadium’s menus. Now the full reveal of the World Series food lineup of at Chavez Ravine is here, and it all kicks off tonight.

First up is the return of the endlessly popular Cheeto-dusted corn on the cob elote (don’t worry, it doesn’t skip the Tajin seasoning), as well as the fried chicken waffle sandwich and the platter of ribs. More interesting though is the “Kobe-style” American beef cheeseburger, a double-stacked affair with bacon that’s available at Elysian Park Grill on field and reserve levels.

The double-cheeseburger
Dodger Stadium

Here’s where the real genius starts: At the La Taqueria on both field and reserve levels (section 10 and 15, respectively), fans will be able to dip into big bowls of either al pastor nachos, or al pastor fries (or both). They’re served in large plastic souvenir helmets too, which is awesome. Also on the massive side is the new 1/3-pound “This Team!” dog, topped with chili, cheese, pastrami and more. Vegan diners can grab their own meat and dairy-free version too.

Even more interesting is the so-called Shrimp Shooter, which is basically a large michelada kicked off with a shot of Don Julio tequila and topped with a grilled jumbo shrimp. That’s available at the Blue Heaven bar in the right field plaza. Imbibers can also chug neon-blue cocktails made with Ciroc and Blue Curacao, or some signature Moscow mules with takeaway souvenir mugs.

The Cheet-o-lote
Dodger Stadium

Other festive eats include Dodger blue ice cream topped with a doughnut, a trio of overclocked caramel apples, shrimp cocktails, a lobster roll, and an outsized novelty helmet packed with ice cream and churros. Check out the full lineup (including where to get everything) over at the Dodgers official blog. It’s going to be a great series for dining at Dodger Stadium, if nothing else.

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