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Canter's @ Dodger Stadium

wyatt3290 Mar 30, 2008 03:59 PM

I just found out & thought people might want the info. article in LA Business Journal

http://www.labusinessjournal.com/arch...

  1. Servorg Mar 30, 2008 04:13 PM

    ChinoWayne had the news a little while back: http://www.chowhound.com/topics/502314

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      rockhead Mar 30, 2008 10:11 PM

      I'm afraid to ask. How much is a Pastrami at Dodger Stadium? With the prices for Dodger Dogs and the other items through the roof, (not to mention parking and ticket prices for a team that's been so disappointing the last several years, and I'm a HUGE Dodger fan), I can't imagine how much they're asking for a sandwich.

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        rockhead Apr 2, 2008 08:09 AM

        Heard on the news that the Pastrami goes for $11. Has anyone tried it yet? How does the size of the sandwich (meat-wise) compare to what's sold at the deli?

        Going to a game soon and wondering if I should go for two Dodger Dogs ($5 each this season) or Canter's for $11.

        Thanks!

        1. re: rockhead
          SIMIHOUND Apr 2, 2008 04:03 PM

          The food isn't all that great in the restaurant itself. I can only guess how it will be at the stadium. Someone please report back once they have tried it.

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      Velvet Elvis Apr 18, 2008 01:18 PM

      I haven't had it at Canter's, so I can't compare, but I had the corned beef sandwich at the Dodgers game Monday night and it was really good. There was enough meat falling out of the sandwich to make a whole other sandwich, and the flavor of the meat was good. The meat was moist and tender and the rye bread it was served on was pretty good even though it wasn't a particularly strong rye bread. The price is a bit steep, but it is probably the best sandwich I have had at the stadium, so it may be worth it. The only thing that would have made it better is a selection of decent condiments other than the hot dog condiments across from the stand.

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        glutton Apr 18, 2008 04:52 PM

        I can appreciate the Dodgers' ambition, but I think I'll just stick with my pre-game stop at Phillippe's. Dodger Dogs and expensive Canter's corned beef just doesn't seem worth it to me, but I believe I am making a far greater complaint about the low quality and high prices I find at most ballparks around the country.

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