The 15 Most Disgusting Sports Stadium Foods Ever Concocted

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The 15 Most Disgusting Sports Stadium Foods Ever Concocted


Everyone has a different opinion when it comes to food. What one person may think is the most delicious dish they had ever tasted another may be convinced it is by far the most distasteful food they had ever put in their mouth.

Along with that, the health factor can always come into play. Believe it or not, an unhealthy food can be enough for some people to be absolutely disgusted. There are definitely fans who believe a hot dog stuffed inside a brat that is then wrapped in bacon and a pretzel bun is the most amazing ballpark food ever created. Then there are the fans on the other hand who know that a food item that consists of 1,121 calories is not the greatest way to spend a mid-day snack.

Food at sports stadiums is where it really gets tricky. There are so many options when it comes to picking out the perfect snack at a sporting event. There are always the more traditional nachos, hot dogs or popcorn. Then there are the sports stadiums that push the envelope with their outrageous concoctions, some of which are just downright unappetizing.

Make sure to click through the slideshow to see the 15 most disgusting sports stadium foods ever concocted. Also, make sure to comment below if there is any particular sports stadium food not on the slideshow that you think belongs on the list or if you believe the food on the countdown is as disgusting as it gets.

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15. The Boomstick


The Boomstick is found at Rangers Ballpark in Texas. As everyone knows by now, everything is bigger in Texas. For that reason, it only made sense that the Boomstick would be the biggest hot dog in baseball, as it measures out to the length of a baseball bat. I’m sure the dog loaded with toppings is good, so why is it so disgusting? It’s got about “a day’s worth of calories” in it, according to food manager Shawn Mattox.

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14. The Long Bomb


The Long Bomb can be purchased at the Oakland Coliseum. The 20-inch bratwurst is topped with onion-bacon job and a mustard-mayonnaise sauce. Yes, onion-bacon jam.

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13. Pastrachos


Supposedly, Citi Field has stopped making the famous Pastrachos. Nonetheless, the restaurant style chips are smothered in Russian dressing, pastrami and swiss cheese. The disgusting factor is the incredibly unhealthy amount of Russian dressing that is piled on.

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12. The Fifth Third Burger


Minor League baseball teams come up with strange food concoctions in order to lure in visitors and get publicity for the team. The West Michigan Whitecaps just so happened to create the Fifth Third Burger, which is certainly a sandwich not meant to be eaten by the weak. The four-pound burger is loaded with chili, Fritos, nacho cheese, five slices of American cheese, tomatoes, salsa, sour cream and lettuce. It measures out to 4,800 calories, 300 grams of fat and 10,000 milligrams of sodium.

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11. The Moby Dick


The Moby Dick at Classic Park can feed up to four people. However, there are several fans that have decided to take on the mighty sandwich on their own. The 15-inch sandwich consists of fried whitefish, tartar sauce, coleslaw and a pound of french fries. It also comes out to over 2,000 calories and 200 grams of fat.

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10. Fried Butter


There are plenty of deep-fried foods that can be found at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, especially with the Texas State Fair right outside of the stadium. The most disgusting of these has to be the fried butter.

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9. Cali Dog South

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The Cali Dog South at Angel Stadium of Anaheim doesn’t sound that bad. However, I’m not so sure about a skinless dog that is deep-friend in a flour tortilla shell is the way to go.

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8. Island Dog


There’s nothing wrong with getting a tasty, American hot dog at the ballpark. In fact, it’s something that makes up part of the experience. With that being said, the Island Dog at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City is something I would definitely pass on. I don’t know about you but I don’t want pineapple, Mandarin oranges and Hawaiian slaw anywhere near a hot dog.

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7. The StrasBurger


The StrasBurger, which is named after Washington Nationals ace Stephen Strasburg, can be found at Nationals Park. In theory, the eight-pound beast of a burger sounds intriguing. Not to mention, the fact that a pitcher of beer comes along with the purchase makes it that much more desirable. There’s nothing too outrageous about the toppings as it comes with what is usually found on a burger. The disgusting part is that it measures out to 10,000 calories and 700 grams of fat.

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6. The Beast


I already mentioned the Beast in the introduction slide. The hot dog stuffed inside a brat wrapped in bacon and sauerkraut can be found at none other than Miller Park in Milwaukee.

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5. Brunch Burger


The Brunch Burger at PNC Park pushes the limits of disgusting. I’m sure there are plenty of people that would enjoy a beef/bacon patty, fried egg and cheddar cheese sandwich. In fact, that sounds rather delicious. The part that gets me is using doughnut for the buns.

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4. Pulled Pork Parfait


The fine people at Miller Park decided that the Beast is just the beginning of all of the interesting food concoctions. They really tested the waters with the Pulled Pork Parfait. The parfait consists of pulled pork, mashed potatoes and plenty of gravy. It doesn’t sound all that disgusting but the fact that it actually looks like a parfait makes it hard to pick at.

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3. The Original Doughnut Burger


The Original Donut Burger (formerly known as the Luther Burger) can be enjoyed at GCS Ballpark, which is home of the Illinois Gateway Grizzlies. I don’t get what the hype is with burgers and using doughnuts for buns, but Krispy Kreme doughnuts don’t belong in the same bite as bacon and beef.

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2. Apple Pie Bacon Shake


This is where it starts to get interesting. The Apple Pie Bacon Shake at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland is exactly what it sounds. A sweet apple pie shake with bacon bits mixed in. It’s just not right.

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1. Rocky Mountain Oysters


The Rocky Mountain Oysters at Coors Field takes the cake when it comes to the most disgusting stadium food concoctions. I could get into specifics but it’s just easier to say that the dish is deep-fried bull testicles.