The fancier beer action is there too, with hometown brewery Great Lakes dominating craft beer taps alongside New Belgium, Bell’s, Avery, New Holland, Harpoon, and Dogfish Head. And, as of 2015, the park has food to match, with grilled cheeses from Melt (no word on whether your Melt tattoo will get you 25% off in the ballpark too), build-your-own tacos from Barrio, Dynomite burgers, and ice cream from the folks at OG Sweet Moses Soda Fountain all debuting. Bringing in local spots to mix with the old-school baseball prices is a huge win for the Indians.
11. Miller Park
If you’re going to do the “hey we made a crazy food item” thing... THIS is how you do it. Nachos on a stick. Wisconsin loves frying stuff. They love cheese. And foods on sticks are sensibly portable. Good work, Milwaukee. That said, you’re likely to be perfectly content with your experience if you just stick to a brat (try it with the secret stadium sauce, a vaguely BBQ-esque substance that originated at the old County Stadium) and some cheese curds. Beer-wise, well, it IS Miller Park, so obviously that’s going to be reflected in the beer options (their subsidiary Leinenkugel is also well represented throughout the stadium). But they make room for others, and you can also get your hands on a New Glarus Spotted Cow if that’s more your speed.