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Kosher Food at MLB Stadiums 2024 MASTER LIST

Yankee Stadium kosher hot pretzel, hot dogs, knish, and brisket sandwich

Baseball season is here and for many fans, traveling to different stadiums is a staple of many Summer vacations. For the kosher consumer, the challenge of finding stadiums with food options adds a degree of difficulty when trying to determine which teams to visit. 

Thankfully, 10 of MLB’s stadiums this year will be operating kosher stands and other kosher options within the stadium for home games not on Saturday.

Here is the latest edition of stadiums with kosher food for the 2024 season. The following list is presented alphabetically by city.

Fenway Park, Boston Red Sox

The Boston Red Sox will once again have the Hot Nosh vending machine at Fenway Park starting after Passover on May 1. It will feature an assortment of kosher hot dogs, knishes,  onion rings and vegetable cutlets. Kosher supervision will be under the KVH. Hot Nosh can be found in the Grand Concourse behind RF Boxes 87-89 (also known as the Kids’ Concourse presented by LL Bean). 

Wrigley Field, Chicago Cubs

Kosherstandz will be open during Chicago Cubs home games on the second floor behind home plate in Section 217. The stand will feature a variety of hot dogs, including the Chicago Dog and Pastrami Dog, in addition to Polish sausage and a steak sandwich. Its kosher certification will be under the CRC.

Progressive Field, Cleveland Guardians

Mendel’s KC BBQ opened a kosher stand called Mendel’s Dogs and Deli, offering both traditional hot dogs and one topped with house-smoked pastrami and caramelized onions, in addition to beef sausages, sauteed peppers and onions. The stand will be located in Section 157 behind home plate with kosher certification from Cleveland Kosher. 

Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles Dodgers

Jeff’s Gourmet stand will return to Dodger Stadium in 2024, offering an assortment of their signature hot dogs and sausages. The stand can be found at the field level in the right field plaza. Its stand will carry kosher certification from OK Kosher.

LoanDepot Park, Miami Marlins

Kosher Portable will offer kosher hot dogs, hamburgers and snacks during Miami Marlins games. The stand will be located between Sections 2 and 3, with kosher certification from the ORB.

Citi Field, New York Mets

New York Mets fans will have a new kosher food stand from PKS (Prime Kosher Sports) featuring carved hot corned beef, sandwiches and brisket nachos. The new PKS stand will be located in section 114, in addition to the current stands in 141 and 408, and will also carry Kof-K Certification.

Yankee Stadium, New York Yankees

Last season, PKS took over all four kosher stands from “Strikly Kosher,” which operated at the stadium for over 20 years. Menu items include hot dogs, sausages deli sandwiches and BBQ Brisket sandwiches. PKS will be in Sections 112, 214, 229 and 323 with kosher certification from Kof-K.

Additionally, Yankee Stadium has a robust kosher catering outfit for premium seats, boxes, and suites served by the stadium’s kosher kitchen that we highlighted in this detailed article.

Busch Stadium, St. Louis Cardinals

Kohl’s Kosher stadium cart enters its 11th season at Busch Stadium, offering pastrami sandwiches, bratwursts and hot dogs including the Pastrami Hot dog which is a hot dog with spicy mustard, grilled onions and sauerkraut topped with pastrami. The stand is located in Section 147 and is kosher supervised by the Vaad Hoeir of St. Louis.

Rogers Centre, Toronto Blue Jays

Bay St. Deli, which also operates a kosher stand at Scotiabank Arena for Toronto Raptors and Maple Leafs games, started serving food at Rogers Centre for Blue Jays home games last season. The stand offers many favorites including the kosher dog with caramelized onions (also offered as a footlong), a pastrami sandwich on rye, chicken tenders and a veggie dog. Bay St. Deli will operate in Section 110 with kosher certification by the COR.

Nationals Park, Washington Nationals

DC’s longest-standing glatt kosher restaurant, Char Bar, launched its kosher stand last year. The stand serves barbecue beef sliders, overstuffed deli sliders, falafel sliders, potato wedges, hot dogs and potato knishes. It will again be located near the right centerfield in Section 145 and is kosher-certified by the Rabbinical Council of Greater Washington (Capitol K).