The Fenway Frank is a must-have. It’s available at every food stand. We have a hometown bias for it here. The Sausage Connection is a local institution that serves sausages (what else?) laden with peppers and onions—plus an array of hot sauces. Opt for the stinging Inner Beauty sauce. As of 2014, hometown chain let Tasty Burger is the official burger of Fenway. As such, the Third Base Deck’s lower level has a new Tasty Burger stand with hamburgers and shakes in vanilla, chocolate and Green Monster mint. There’s also waiter service at high-top tables next to windows that overlook Lansdowne Street. Tasty is beloved for its wackily topped burgers (Fritos, jalapeno poppers, mozzarella sticks), and they’ll be asking fans to request special game-day burgers via social media.
A lot of people want to go to Fenway and get a Fenway Frank. I can’t blame you. It may not be everything you expected, it’s pretty much a regular ballpark hot dog, but it’s a cool tradition. You can get them as vendors come around to your seat with ketchup and mustard, or if you want more toppings like relish and onions, try getting them at a stand down below your seats. The Italian sausage with onions and peppers is probably the tastiest option in the park. If you want to save a couple bucks, there are stands that you can get a sausage outside of the park for $5.
Fenway has lots of good food for fans of all different tastes. They have Clam chowdaa, crab cake sandwiches, Lobster rolls, hot dogs, pizza, Italian sausages, hamburgers, and mozzarella sticks and pretzels plus a host list of desserts. They also have lots of Samuel Adam drinks which are great for the Summer.
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