THE D.C. BASE­BALL MENU

The Washington Times Daily - - POLITICS -

Base­ball sea­son brings out the de­voted fans, along with the culi­nary taste-meis­ters who judge how good the food is in the na­tion’s ma­jor league sta­di­ums. Such is the case with Eater.com — a foodie’s dream news site — which has re­viewed the menus in nine sta­di­ums. The na­tion’s base­ball fans will be well-fed this sea­son.

But what about the law­mak­ers, politi­cos and other heavy hit­ters? What will they en­counter should they make a visit to Washington’s splen­did Na­tion­als Park, just a few blocks from the U.S. Capi­tol it­self? Here’s a sam­pling of the fare be­yond the tasty but typ­i­cal burg­ers and hot dogs, com­piled by War­ren Ro­jas, who cov­ers food trends in the na­tion’s cap­i­tal for the food site:

Chicken fried steak sand­wiches with coun­try sausage gravy, mar­i­nated chicken kabobs with rice, open-face chicken and waf­fles with ba­con, pork belly bao buns, Bel­gian-style french fries, crab topped tater tots, Old Bay chicken wings, Ital­ian sausage burg­ers with caramelized onions, pep­pers and pro­volone cheese, hick­ory smoked baked pota­toes and bour­bon-, cin­na­mon- and babka-fla­vored ice cream.

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