Los Angeles Dodgers: Dodger Stadium
What: Super Dodger Dog
Where: All over
"OK, it's time for some true honesty: classic Dodger Dogs -- the long, sort of mushy, very skinny, beef/pork-blended hot dog that's one of the most famous foods in baseball -- is sort of terrible, especially if you get the steamed version (available through most of the park) rather than the much more flavorful grilled version (available only at select vendors). But it's that processed, salty flavor that also sparks nostalgia for childhood summers and the smell of tee-ball tees and not-quite-broken-in mitts that makes going to Dodgers games, especially for local Angelenos, a must-do. The pro tip is to order the far better Super Dodger Dog, made entirely of beef, which is slightly fatter, way juicier, and is absolutely more palatable, but still allows you to leave the stadium feeling like you made the correct food choice. And then, drive through a nearby In-N-Out," says LA Editor Jeff Miller.