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Stadium Eats: Where to Line Up for Food at Nationals Park

By Rina Rapuano | March 28, 2014 By Rina Rapuano  |  March 28, 2014
Photo by: Christopher Anderson

Nationals Park once again opens its gates tomorrow for an exhibition game pitting the Washington Nationals against the Detroit Tigers. The park boats several new food vendors this season, including a small selection of sandwiches from G by Mike Isabella and crab-filled options from Chesapeake Crab Co. Of course, several favorites have stuck around, like Shake Shack (which sells a concrete exclusive to the park called National Pastime, a blend of vanilla custard, chocolate toffee, malt and chocolate sprinkles) as well as local favorite Hard Times Cafe, perennially popular for its nachos. 

Below are a few selections of old and new, healthy and unhealthy options that you'll find at the ballpark this year. Concessions prices are set by the ballpark and weren't finalized as of this afternoon.

Incidentally, the home opener is April 4. Here's to a winning - and delicious - season. Go Nats!

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  • Photo by: Christopher Anderson

    Bite: Chili half smoke
    Where to Find It: Ben's Chili Bowl
    Sections: 109, 140, 301, 315

  • Photo by: Christopher Anderson

    Bite: Chesapeake crab grilled cheese
    Where to Find It: Chesapeake Crab Co.
    Section: 114

  • Photo by: Christopher Anderson

    Bite: Portobello sliders
    Where to Find It: Field of Greens
    Section: 114

  • Photo by: Christopher Anderson

    Bite: Italian Hero
    Where to Find It: G by Mike Isabella
    Section: 136

  • Photo by: Christopher Anderson

    Bite: Black and blue sliders
    Where to Find It: Norfolk Southern
    Section: The Clubhouse

  • Photo by: Christopher Anderson

    Bite: Shawarma-falafel sandwich
    Where to Find It: Shawafel
    Section: 104

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G by Mike Isabella

Sandwich Shop U Street Corridor
Food25 Decor20 Service22 Cost$30
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Ben's Chili Bowl

Hot Dog Arlington
Food22 Decor15 Service20 Cost$13

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