A Jamaican joint, called The Feeding Tree, located at 892 Gerard Ave. near 161st St. is my current favorite. It is just steps from the 161st St. and River Ave. subway station.
They do excellent take-out: jerk chicken, goat, escaviched fish, curried shrimp and many other specials. All meals served with rice/beans, plantains, veggies and corn bread.
If you're lucky, there'll be some dessert left (chef told me he is working on creme brulee, but has to purchase appropriate take-out containers that will withstand his blow torch). Average price for take out is $9-12, just about the same price as a watery 12 ounce beer at the stadium.
Here is a link to the NY Times $25 and under review of 2000:
For one of the nation's storied and most spectacular stadium, the food concessions suck.
72 E 161st St
Bronx, NY 10451
Good pastrami, nice long bar, and pub grub. Just walk up 161st away from the stadium. (RIGHT side of the street and corner location).
If you want some good Latin fare, there's an excellent Cuchifrito place across the street from Yankee Tavern on the other side of 161st. Maybe rice and beans, mondongo, yucca, or pernil is your thing. Nice arroz con pollo there too with a tall glass of pina, tamarindo, or a cold batada (milk shake).
Both places definitely beat overpriced ballpark food.