Three made the top ten, led by Miller Park in Milwaukee, which was the top-ranked stadium for food, and U.S. Cellular Field (Chicago White Sox), which was second.
"Our chefs and staff are working hard to continue our long tradition in baseball and to continue providing fans with traditional favorites like hot roasted peanuts, while expanding concession menus with wraps, sandwiches and dishes that you wouldn't think would be available at a ballpark," said Rick Abramson, president of Buffalo-based Delaware North Sportservice.
Abramson is credited with creating Milwaukee's popular secret sauce for sausages and hot dogs.
The other rankings for the Delaware North stadium concessions were:
* Progressive Field, home to the Cleveland Indians, No. 6.
* Detroit's Comerica Park, No. 12.
* The Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati, No. 14.
* The St. Louis Cardinals' Busch Stadium, No. 17.
* Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, No. 18.
* Petco Park, home to the San Diego Padres, No. 20.
Delaware North Sportservice will be handling the concession at the Minnesota Twins' new stadium, which is slated to open in 2010.
"At Sportservice, we've very serious about preparing great food for millions of fans and proud to see they recognize our efforts," Abramson said.
by James Fink Business First of Buffalo