Ball Park Dining – Twitter Round-up

Ballpark Hot Dog

Hot Dog? There are alternatives to ballpark food.

If you’re going to see a baseball game at Wrigley this weekend, you have more choices than hot dogs and a cap-of-nachos. The fantastic folks on Twitter have their picks:

  • @amandatopper The nacho cap is awesome but try @VinesonClark or Cozy Noodle!
  • @knottheoretic Deleece and Blokes & Birds are both good options around Wrigley
  • @imaginefoodies Check-out either Uncommon Ground, or Rockit ~ both just North of Wrigley. South on Clark, is Socca. All 3 = 🙂
  • @hamgerber @eljardincafe on NE corner of Clark and roscoe – great guac and margaritas. Be sure it’s the cafe and not the restaurant!
  • @jimbinder Salt n Pepper Diner on Clark or Bernies. Skip the nachos!
  • @LeonasChicago I’m biased, but Leona’s at Belmont and Sheffield is pretty awesome…
  • @jesteinf Not quite adjacent, but I like to go to Fish Bar before games.
  • @MsShanBo Go to @VinesonClark and get the BBQ Pizza!
  • @jenhead Uncommon Ground is good, but the market on corner of Grace and Southport has great empanadas that can be carried into Wrigley
  • @EatYourFoodHot Vines. Good pizza and white bean hummus. Large beer garden!
  • @carynsteinman For interesting pizza: ian’s, asian: chen’s, more refined food: uncommon grounds. enjoy 🙂
  • @GrouponKT Jai Yen is so good!

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