Even if I wasn't mentioned I'd still send You over to this nice little Stadium Food Round-up by Walkoff Walk: Stadium Food Arrives. Links! Connection! a Web! TFMJ keeps telling me that's what this internet thing is all about.
Reading the comments on Rob's post reminded me of a question I need to ask. I talked to some people about it this weekend at Citi Field, but now I pose the question to You (and Walkoff Walk readers): is it more worth it to stand on line for Phillies-tony luke's or Mets-shake shack?
why does that hardly seem like english? maybe it's the rain, or the fact that I couldn't find my favorite doughnut at the farmer's market this morning.
ScoreboardGourmet regular readers already know my answer: Tony Luke's, which I didn't even love.
What makes Tony Luke's better (besides my ongoing belief that shake shack is overrated)? Going to a Phillies game was sort of a big deal since it involved car rental. That's why these kinds of concessions work - tourists and fans who go to few games are going to hit the "specialty" stands, and they'll endure the line because it's a one-off, a special occasion. Season's Ticketholders will try it once, maybe a second time, if they're sick of everything else and didn't have time to grab something