2024 Yankee Stadium Food Will Be Spectacular

Alright, Jersey. Stadium Food Review Tiime! We were at Yankee Stadium early Tuesday to check out what’s on the menu this year. The Bombers hired a new Executive Chef, Robert Flowers, this year, and he has brought some amazing options for fans.

For me, it was a dream just being there, baseball, and eating food. What could look better?! With that being said, let’s take a look at some of the new items that they will have at the stadium this year:

Sweet-Spicy Chicken Sandwich - Fuku


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Fans may know the name Fuku from Madison Square Garden, but their new chicken sandwich made its way to the Bronx in 2024. While it says “Sweet-Spicy,” this sandwich has more of a spicy kick. The best part about the sandwich is that it is still crispy outside, even with the sauce covering it. The chicken is also Habenero-brinded to give it that little extra kick right at the end. If you can handle heat, it is definitely worth the try at that stadium this year.

Locations: Sections 109 and 213

BBQ Filet Tip Loaded Tater Tots - Lobels

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Lobels was one of the first food vendors I wanted to visit in Yankee Stadium. I remember back in ‘09, when the new stadium opened, the Yes Network had a segment about Lobels in the Yankees Magazine show. Right away, I was drawn in, and I still go there from time to time. 

The Tater Tots were no exception and will surely be a fan favorite this year. The tots are seasoned with Lobels’ seasoning, and the BBQ Filet Tips are tender and covered with cheddar cheese and crispy onions. What I liked the most about this dish was that you can eat it with your hands or a fork if you want. 

Location: Section 134

Meatballs and Cheesy Garlic Bread - Christian Petroni 

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We all know Christian Petroni from last year, and he is bringing back his garlic bread for another season in the Bronx. The meatballs that come with the garlic bread will be new this year. 

The meatballs are the best you will get at baseball games anywhere in the country. Petroni fries them in olive oil and serves them with Bronx-made seeded garlic bread topped with Pecorino Romano and Parmesan Reggiano cheese. The dish also comes with a side of marinara cooked for 8 hours.

While this may seem odd at a ballgame, once you try it, it will be your go-to at Yankees games all year. 

Locations: Sections 125 and 310

Black and White Cookie Milkshake - Grand Slam Shakes

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“Look to the cookie, Elaine!” This year, the Black and White Cookie Milkshake is a must-have at Yankee Stadium. The shake is vanilla-based, with chocolate sprinkles and chocolate syrup, topped with a mini black and white cookie. 

Grand Slam Shakes will also offer a Butterfinger milkshake, which features peanut butter syrup instead of chocolate and is topped with a mini Butterfinger. This is the perfect option for adults and kids to cool down on a hot July night at the stadium.

Locations: Sections 112, 125, 324

Mister Softee Soft Serve Ice Cream

If you haven't heard by now, let me tell you how big of a deal Mister Softee is now at Yankee Stadium. Fans have wanted the famous ice cream brand served during ballgames for years. The Yankees had used Ben and Jerry’s up until last year going with a different brand.

Now fans don't need to chase the ice cream truck down in the Bronx and simply stroll up to the stand and get quality ice cream

Locations: Sections 110, 125, 205, 224, 305, 318, Bleachers


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