Review of Texas Rangers Ballpark Food
Nothing on a stick has ever tasted bad. And you can add bacon to the list.
Earlier this spring before opening day at Globe Life Park in Arlington, the Texas Rangers rolled out some new delicious-sounding concession items. The most intriguing? Bacon on a stick.
Delaware North Companies, the food service company in charge of food at Globe Life Park, imports slabs of Hungarian thick cut bacon and cuts it themselves, slaps it on a stick, then dips them in maple syrup and charges you $7 for it.
I can tell you from experience that it is delicious. It tastes like a rib or a pork chop. Just make sure that your hair doesn’t get in the way because if it’s windy outside, your hair will smell like bacon the rest of the day. I can tell you that, too.