By: Kevin King
If you are looking for the something to indulge your inner foodie at the Rogers Center (Stadium for YOOOURRRR TORONTOOOOO BLUEJAYS) we have made a couple suggestions on unique foods at the Jays game.
BEST: Sausage poutine
Go to Canada, get some poutine. And while the Blue Jays have many, many variations on the national classic, they do it right with this option: the Liberty Village sausage poutine. Available from Toronto Street Eats, it comes with two different kinds of sausage—smoked farmers and peameal-bacon, another Canadian staple—with onions and peppers atop fries with cheese curds and gravy.
(Also Check out the Buffalo Cauliflower poutine for a "healthier" poutine)
FUN: Streetcar Tacos
Nothing says fun like tacos, because you can make it how you like it with as many toppings, as your heart desires.It is almost like being a kid again, where the possibilities are endless and the result is simply delicious. Located at Section 537, the Mexican-inspired dish is offered as a trio of chipotle ground beef or adobo chicken tacos, both served on a bed of creamy slaw, and with the option to customize with different toppings. (See Picture Below)
WEIRDEST: Churro “Dessert” Poutine
Rest assured, there’s no gravy, cheese curds or fries in this one, just their sugary counterparts: churro in place of the potato, ice cream in place of the cheese and caramel sauce to sub in for the gravy. “Dessert poutine” is a scary thought, but this one actually sounds on the level.