Andrew Zimmern’s Canteen — Skewers
Set aside thoughts of well-composed flatbread sandwiches for a moment and concentrate on the ballpark’s most refreshing nonalcoholic beverages: lemonade infused with cucumber and mint, a cheery Mandarin orangeade and a tangy grapefruit repast. All are $5.50, and worth it. Section 114

 

Kramarczuk’s
The brats, Polish sausages and Cheddar sausages — buried under pungent sauerkraut, thank you — remain the gold standard in portable ballpark fare. Not only for their reasonable price — $8.50 — but for their obvious quality. Sections 112, 117 and 312

 

Pizza Luce
The popular pizzeria hawks four varieties in whole pie and by-the-slice options; there’s also a design-your-own option with nearly two dozen toppings. Gluten-free and vegan variations, too. Slice prices run $6 and $7; whole pies range in the $20s and $30s, and the bar taps Summit’s crisp, Bohemian-style Pilsener ($9 and $10). Section 234

 

Red Cow
The ballpark burger to beat is a beefy, double-patty bruiser ($14.50) blanketed in two slices of aged Cheddar, a tomato slice and shredded lettuce on a buttered-up toasted bun. Three cheers for the crispy, beer-battered fries. Wash ’em down with Lift Bridge Brewing Company’s golden Belgian-style ale ($9.50 and $10.50). Section 234

 

Tony O’s Cuban Sandwich
Layers of piping hot pulled pork, thinly shaved ham and Swiss cheese, brightened by vinegary pickles and sharp Dijon mustard and pressed, panini-style. So good. ($10.50). Sections 111 and 309

 

RICK NELSON