Dodgers Announce Chef Series Pop-Up At Dodger Stadium in July and August

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The food at Dodger Stadium is considered among the best in baseball, but it’s about to get a whole lot better.

The Dodgers and their hospitality partner, Levy Restaurants, have joined forces to launch a brand new culinary concept entitled “LA Feeds Blue.”

“Dodgers fans know we’ve added more fresh, locally-inspired dining options over the last few seasons, and the Chef Series builds on that focus with a true taste of LA’s restaurant community,” said Ryan Evans, Executive Chef for Levy at Dodger Stadium. “We’re fortunate to have some amazing, iconic restaurants and neighborhood joints are breaking through in a big way. We wanted the Chef Series to showcase both those recognizable, craved flavors, and up-and-coming restaurants with really unique concepts.”

The dining initiative will bring renowned chefs, local ingredients, and diverse flavors that represent Los Angeles neighborhoods to the concession stands at Chavez Ravine this summer.

The pop-up concession stands will run through all Dodger homestands in July and August, and will feature rotating chefs with rotating menus and a host of celebrity restaurateurs.

The “LA Feeds Blue” initative will take place in the right field plaza, in the area that used to be “Tommy’s Trattoria.”

This season’s rotating chef series schedule includes: 

  • Trejo’s Tacos, July 2-7: Actor, restaurateur, and Dodger diehard Danny Trejo and business partners Ash Shah and Jeff Georgino serve up their signature street tacos and authentic Mexican fare.
  • Border Grill + Socalo, July 19-24: Award-winning chefs, restaurateurs, and authors Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Milliken bring a dueling menu inspired by their iconic Border Grill restaurants and their newest venture Socalo, an all-day canteen serving coastal Latin cuisine, opening this summer.
  • Park’s BBQ, August 1-7: Chef-Owner Jenee Kim delivers a taste of Park’s BBQ’s acclaimed Korean BBQ and sizzling inventive takes on traditional Korean fare made with the finest meats and produce.
  • Boo’s, August 20-25: Owner John Ahn and his son and business partner Andrew came to LA from Philly to sling the city’s most authentic, mouthwatering cheesesteaks made with the freshest ingredients.

Is your mouth watering yet? 



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