Dodgers fans are adjusting to life without the legendary Vin Scully, but they will have some comfort food to boost morale when they attend Chavez Ravine. The Dodgers made minimal acquisitions on the playing field, but fans will certainly see the impact of the addition of executive chef Ryan Evans. In his first season, Evans is turning heads with his new menu sure to get your mouth watering.
Dodger Burger / Source: Levy Restaurants
Fans will notice the addition of the King’s Hawaiian Grill, which will replace Think Blue in the left field plaza. Do not worry, Think Blue will still be in the park but is moving to the right field reserve level. As for the new menu, it all starts with the Dodger Burger. A one-third angus patty is topped with a Dodger Dog, caramelized onions, Budweiser BBQ sauce and beer battered jalapeños. It will be available at a Bud and Burgers stand on the third-base side of Field Level.
Garlic Parmesan Tots / Source: Levy Restaurants
Next, Chaves Ravine is bringing fans tots and lots of them. The craze will be available at the aptly named Lots of Tots stand on the first base field level near aisle eight. The tots are available in two offerings: one is tossed in fresh garlic, oil, Parmesan cheese, and parsley.
The other is topped with chili cheese, using “house made chili and cheese” that’s exclusive to the tots stands. If you like your tots with a little protein, then the Chick-N-Tots are for you. Served with house marinated chicken slow prepared overnight and tossed in Buffalo or naked.
Shock Top Bratwurst/ Photo Credit: ABC7
Loaded dogs are sweeping the nation and are uniquely available at ballparks across the bigs, but they have become especially popular at Dodger Stadium. This season, fans can chow down on an outrageously delicious Shock-Top Bratwurst. Brought to you exclusively by Levy Restaurants, the spicy pork bratwurst link infused with Shock Top beer is served on a warm bun with caramelized onions and spicy brown mustard. Grab yours at the Extreme Loaded Dog Stands at Field Level (aisle 48), Loge Level (aisle 135) and Reserve Level (aisle two).
Funnel Cake / Photo Credit: David Young, True Blue LA
A ballpark staple that has been lacking at Dodgers Stadium is an old-fashioned funnel cake. This monstrosity is anything, but old-fashioned. It comes to you topped with powdered sugar, chocolate or strawberry drizzle, and whipped cream. Also available at Trolley Dodger Treats are handmade churros with Dodger blue ice cream, deep fried Oreos, and Twinkies.
Tuna Poke Bowl / Source: Levy Restaurants
If smothered funnel cakes or twinkies are not your jam, then grab something more heart healthy. Basebowls is coming to the third-base side of field level. Their most delightful choice being a Tuna Poke Bowl featuring Ahi tuna, rice, edamame, cucumber, carrots, wakame, sesame seeds and ponzu sauce.
Also available are Vietnamese Rice Noodle, Kalua Pork, and Teriyaki Chicken bowls. addition to the poke bowls, fans can enjoy a Mediterranean quinoa salad and strawberry and beets salad, fresh sandwiches and grilled vegetable flatbread from United Healthcare Market Place locations on Field Level (aisle five), Loge Level (aisle 137) and Reserve Level (aisle five) when looking to eat light.
Quite the lineup off the field for fans to enjoy while watching an equally as exciting lineup on the field. Dave Roberts and the boys are working to be the best in NL West and Chef Ryan Evans has the food primed for the same. Evans said of the new changes, “My goal is for Dodger Stadium to have the best stadium food in the country.”