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Dodgers Food - Any healthy choices??

Okay so I might be going to a Dodgers game Saturday night (First timer) and I'm trying to lose some weight so are there any "healthy" options there besides the usual nachos, hot dogs, etc? (Unless of course my date gets the all you can eat tickets which then narrows my choices to hot dogs, nachos, and peanuts) :(

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  1. A couple options include Subway sandwiches and salads. They also have veggie dogs on the reserved level ONLY. I think the stand is right behind home plate. The game program will tell you the exact stand.

    1. Honestly, just bring in your own food (I usually bring in sushi from a japanese market.) It will be better tasting and better for you. Your bag needs to be less than 15 inches tall/wide.

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      1. re: laura w

        Oh cool, thanks! I'll be sure to mention this to my date. :)

      2. no, not really. If you had passes to a corporate box, you could go to the snooty restaurant ang get a salad or the buffet. Other than that, better bring somehting.

        1. Here are your concession stand choices at Dodger Stadium:

          Field Level: California Pizza Kitchen Pizza, Carl's Jr., Frozen Yogurt, Soft Serve Ice Cream, Saag's Sausage, Gordon Biersch, Wetzel's Pretzels, Camachos.

          Loge Level: California Pizza Kitchen Pizza, Carl's Jr., Frozen Yogurt, Soft Serve Ice Cream, Saag's Sausage, Wetzel's Pretzels, Camachos.

          Club Level: Dodger Dog stand, Wetzel's Pretzel's, Saag's Sausage, Camachos, Panda Express.

          Reserve Level: California Pizza Kitchen Pizza, Carl's Jr., Frozen Yogurt, Soft Serve Ice Cream, Saag's Sausage, Wetzel's Pretzels, Camachos, Panda Express.

          Top Deck: California Pizza Kitchen Pizza, Carl's Jr., Frozen Yogurt.

          Pavilions: Dodger Dog Stands.

          Dodger Dog stands can also be found at various locations of the Field, Loge, Club, Reserve and Top Deck levels of the stadium.

          And don't forget, if you want to go healthy, you can always bring in your own food (just no alcohol).

          1. am i nuts, or did it change... there was when i was there last up on the top floor a cafeteria style food place where i got freshly carved turkey breast alongside some vegetables. i wonder if that place is gone, but it was on the top level, and you could also, i believe, get a freshly made sandwich.

            if it's not there, get a "naked" subway sandwich... do double chicken and get them to stack up whatever veggie toppings you like, some mustard, vinegar, S & P on the side...

            or, as others suggested, bring your own food, but for me, that's kind of awkward on a date, unless you're quite familiar.