Yesterday MSN’s Delish.com published it’s list of Home-Run Hot Dogs: The Best Dogs from America’s Baseball Stadiums, and cracking the top 24 was our own Nationals Park Ben’s Chili Bowl Half Smoke, “All the Way,” of course. I’ve written in praise of the Ben’s Chili Bowl Half-Smoke before. It was nice to see it crack … Continue reading Ben’s Chili Bowl Half-Smoke makes MSN’s “Home Run Hot Dogs” list
On the opening day of the Masters golf tournament, George Washington and the Nationals’ racing presidents decided to pay tribute with a little 4-man golf scramble during the 4th-inning presidents race this afternoon at Nationals Park. Emerging from the centerfield starting gate with golf ball and club in hand, George went first, hitting the ball … Continue reading George Washington pays tribute to The Masters
The Washington Nationals have released a coupon code “for Teddy’s friends”: Order at Nationals.com using Coupon Code “TEDDY” and get half-price tickets in select seating sections for Thursday afternoon’s game as the Nats go for their first victory of the season vs. the Philadelphia Phillies. The coupon is valid for online orders only, and gets … Continue reading Nationals release half-price coupon for Teddy fans for Thursday’s game vs. Phillies
Until the 4th inning, it was looking pretty good for both the Washington Nationals and Teddy Roosevelt on opening day at Nationals Park. Then the bottom fell out. Pitcher John Lannan lost control in the top of the 4th, gave up the lead, and let the Phillies bat around the order. Teddy too, looked good … Continue reading Opening day disaster for the Nats and Teddy
When the Washington Nationals brought in the Levy Restaurant group to replace Centerplate a year ago, expectations were high for a major improvement in concession variety and service. Perhaps they needed a year to get their bearings, because Levy has followed the incremental changes of 2009 with a number of very large wholesale changes for … Continue reading Some cheers and a few jeers for the new food options at Nationals Park
A huge crowd filled Nationals Park for this afternoon’s game between the Washington Nationals and Boston Red Sox. The year’s only exhibition game in DC was meant to be a final warm-up for the season that starts Monday. Nats fans were simply grateful that this one didn’t count. With Craig Stammen spotting Boston an early … Continue reading Nats lose. Teddy disqualified. Good thing this was an exhibition.
The Washington Nationals have made some changes to the stadium parking options available at Nationals Park, and for those planning to drive to today’s exhibition game or to Monday’s home opener, it would be wise to take note and to leave a little extra time to get to the stadium. The free Nats Express parking … Continue reading Parking Options at Nationals Park