Los Angeles loves baseball season. However, as fun as it is to cheer on the Dodgers, part of the reason people go to games is for all the things you can eat out of that iconic batting helmet, like nachos, ice cream and elote.
There’s so much more to ballpark food than hot dogs. The MLB FoodFest brings together culinary creations from each of the 30 major league clubs in the U.S. so fans can experience Frito pie corn dogs from Houston, lobster rolls from Boston and, for the adventurous, toasted grasshoppers all the way from Seattle. Dodger Stadium’s entry is sisig fries with marinated chicken, Fresno chiles, fried yams, Sriracha and cilantro crema over fries. But does it come in a helmet?