This past week, Baltimore’s kosher stand inside Camden Yards had its kashrus revoked by the local Star-K hashgacha, Yeah That’s Kosher reports.
For the time being, home games for the Baltimore Orioles will be left without a kosher certified stand at the park.
It’s that time of year again – the weather is getting warmer and days are getting longer. Of course, this also means that Major League Baseball has just started up again for the 2022 season. Since multiple stadium kosher stands have closed in the past few years, including in Kansas City and DC, an updated list of stadiums is certainly in order.
At the below stadiums, kosher keepers can enjoy more than just ice cream and Cracker Jacks with kosher stands offering a variety of classic baseball game foods. If we missed any stadiums, please let us know.
|Stadium||City||Stand Name||Location in Stadium|
|Busch Stadium (Cardinals)||St. Louis||Kohn’s||Section 147|
|Citi Field (Mets)||Queens||Kosher Grill||Field Level Concourse, Behind Section 141 in Center Field|
|Dodgers Stadium||Los Angeles||Jeff’s Gourmet||Field Level, Right Field Plaza|
|Fenway Park (Red Sox)||Boston||Hot Nosh Vending Machine||Grand Concourse behind RF Box 87-89|
|Marlins Ballpark||Miami||Kosher Korner||Section 1 (behind right field foul pole)|
|Progressive Field (Guardians)||Cleveland||Kosher Dogs (opening May 3)||Section 164|
|Rogers Centre (Blue Jays)||Toronto||Olde Spadina||Section 111|
|Wrigley Field (Cubs)||Chicago||Kosher Standz||Section 227|
|Yankee Stadium||The Bronx||Strikly Kosher||Between Sections 105 and 107|