Originally Posted by PaleHoseGeorge
Bests Kosher were the bomb, but I still have sentimental memories of Scott Peterson, too.
It's the Sox atmosphere that sells the product. Frankly most ballpark food aspires to mediocrity at best. It's great Sox Park offers such a wide selection of food choices but the food service challenges of preparing top-drawer cuisine simply isn't in the cards.
I agree. Except for the polish. I am a expert on sasauge, and for polish, that was the best. Most other food, even the Best's kosher dogs, are mediocre at best.