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Get Some Grub
While the Dodger Dog is the most famous offering at the Stadium there are many others worth sampling, from typical ballpark fare to ethnic foods and local favorites. Regional chain menu choices include Gordon Biersch garlic fries, California Pizza Kitchen, Carl's Jr., and Wetzels Pretzels, original butter or sugar and cinnamon, and both great. Saag’s sausages are a tasty alternative to the Dodger Dog, as are the Philly cheesesteaks. And on the field level there is a new-in-2008 Canter's Deli shop. Big and juicy, authentic corned beef or pastrami sandwiches for $11, ala carte only.
The right field bleachers are billed as the All-You-Can-Eat Pavilion. $35 advance sale gets you in, and includes all the Dodger Dogs, nachos, peanuts, popcorn, soda and water you can consume. Beer and ice cream are sold separately. The game-only admission is $11, so do the math and decide if it's worth it.
The Dodgers are behind the times when it comes to joe. They'd make a killing with some well-placed Starbucks kiosks, but for now it's just the old-style crappy cup of ballpark coffee, and you have to wait in the hot dog lines to get it.