Normally I find stuff like this kind a waste of time to write about, but there were some neat foods at the concession stands at the College World Series. The first thing that is well known up there and everyone must try at least once is the huge fries bucket. I kept being told it was so big and you can’t finish it on your own. Well I had to see this and check it out for myself. The bucket of fries is big. For $4.50 you get a huge (2 people split ours) boat of fries. Not just any fries though, these were thinly slices fried fries that were so good. They are a little greasy but well worth the fun of trying to eat them. They pile the fries up about 2 inches off the boat and they are all hanging off. I do not know how you can eat them without losing at least some. Even loosing some you still get plenty to fill you up.
The other treat I found that I think is worth writing about is fresh squeezed lemonade. Now I have never been to a baseball game and gotten fresh squeezed lemonade so I was excited. Not only was it great lemonade but part of the cost went to a fundraiser for some local charity. The glass was like $3.50 I think. I love fresh lemonade so this was a great treat for me.
Now between those two things I did not need anything else to eat. However, my son did have a hot dog and my husband had some nachos. Both were also delicious. The concession stands had many choices and different things at each one. Of course as always the prices are a little high but you will have not choice on food and drinks when you come to Rosenblatt Stadium since they do not allow any food or drinks what so ever in the stadium. There are huge trashcans at the front door for you to dump and throw away anything you might have, including water.