Dodger Stadium (otherwise known as Chavez Ravine) has been home to the Dodgers since 1962, making it the third-oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball. Even so, it's one of the nicest ballparks in the country. While there, make sure to try a local favorite—the Doyer Dog, loaded with chili, nacho cheese, tomatoes, onions and jalapeños.
|Venue name:||Dodger Stadium||Contact:|
1000 Elysian Park Ave
|Price:||Tickets $4-$130. Parking $15.|
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A lot of people say Dodgers Stadium needs an upgrade, but I think its age is what makes it so awesome. There's no real flair here, which keeps it all about the baseball. I don't go to a game for high-end food or a fancy waterfall in the outfield, I just want to go and watch a game and eat a hotdog, and that's exactly what you get here.