Mention food at a ball game, and for most people that doesn't conjure up anything very tempting. Traditionally ballpark food has been pretty bad for the same reason it's so overpriced-you've got a captive audience of people, including a lot of families with children, that want to eat as part of the overall "day at the game" experience, and so will consume pretty much anything you give them.
Their sides of potato salad,baked beans and cole slaw as well as their sauces are homemade, you can get sauce either spicy or wimpy (gotta love that name!).Their choices of dinners are sold by 1,2 or 3 meats plus 2 sides pulled pork en español bread or you can order sandwiches of brisket,turkey,pulled pork,ham or even cheeseburgers and hot links.
A DJ from Krystal 93 radio will be spinning tunes in the base area from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Live music starts at 1:00 p.m. with The New Classics on the ticket office steps. The outside barbeque will be fired up featuring smoked slow cooker bbq bbq pulled pork and sliders.
Visitors can also enjoy the Farm Kitchen Cafe where you can purchase culinary delights like pulled pork, pulled chicken, farm fresh sides, homemade caramel apples, kettle corn and fresh baked goods.
In a small bowl combine the black pepper, chili powder, half the cumin, and the garlic powder. Sprinkle this mixture evenly over the meat and rub in with your hands. Place the pork into the slow cooker bbq pulled pork. Cover and cook on low setting 8 to 9 hours or on high setting for 4 to 5 hours.
The ballpark version of the classic Philly cheesesteak sandwich starts with the expected steak and cheese, and tops it with fried salami, fried onions, tomato, and secret sauce, all on a Kaiser roll. Named for Phillies Hall of Famer Mike Schmidt, right? Actually no. The sandwich originated at local McNally's Tavern, where a regular used to always order his Philly cheesesteak sandwich this way with a Schmidt's Beer.
They are now bbq pulled pork offering gourmet coffees and breakfast sandwiches from a.m to noon. Their breakfast menu includes grits, fruit, biscuit sandwiches, breakfast burritos and croissants.
If you love steaks, I recommend Morton's The Steakhouse. They offer prime generous portions of beef that are both tender and tasty. A little on the expensive side, but this isn't Denny's or Ihops steaks either. If you want the best, you have to shell out a bit more.
Salt Lake Pizza & Pasta is a great place to go and enjoy a delicious meal in a relaxed, charming atmosphere. They even broadcast games on a flat screen, so think about it for game night. The service is great, the atmosphere is great, and you won't regret your visit. Give them a chance.