Dodger Stadium’s all you can eat section.
With the Euro Cup 2012 Finals being played in 7 different Ukrainian and Polish stadiums with 16 different nations participating, I’m curious to know what kind of food is served at the stadium concession stands. I wouldn’t expect hotdogs and burritos to be on the menu as much as I wouldn’t expect chicken adobo and lumpia to be available at a Gwar concert. What I’m more curious about is do the stadiums serve more local Ukrainian and Polish foods or do they cater to the 16 nations they are hosting.
Or maybe I have this overseas stadium food thing all wrong. Me being a fat f*ck food loving American and expecting to intake 91,000 calories at sporting events, I would expect there to be a plethora of munchies to choose from at Euro Cup 2012 stadiums. Maybe across the pond they focus more on the actual game at hand than the pork chop sandwich in hand. I have to admit, my love for baseball dogs is almost as equal as my love for the game, so I sorta, kinda apply that mindstate to all sporting events across the world. My bad…or your bad. Everyone’s bad! Bad Badtz Maru.