Baseball’s opening weekend is finally here and we are so excited to finally get to watch America’s past time! While fans cannot currently go to any major league games, there are plenty of Bowling Green businesses that can help you bring some classic ballpark snacks to your home:
While you could just buy microwave popcorn and call it a day, there’s something special about getting a bag of popcorn from a popcorn machine. The team at Ben’s in Downtown BG understand that and you can get freshly popped popcorn in a variety of sizes! They also have a candy counter filled to the brim with delicious sweets and homemade fudge.
There’s nothing quite like a soft pretzel during a baseball game (to be honest, our mouths are watering just thinking about it). If you’ve got a huge family to feed we recommend getting the 1 1/2 lb pretzel from Pork Belly BBQ. If you want something with unique sauces, check out the pretzels from The Stone’s Throw. For classic pretzel breadsticks, try out Beckett’s.
If nachos are more your thing, Beckett’s also has a few options for nachos on their menu. You can also try BBQ Nachos from Pork Belly BBQ if you want to try something new. If you’re more of a traditional style of nachos, check out El Zarape or Guajillo’s. They’re nachos are loaded with toppings that are sure to fill you up.
Baseball and beer just seem to go together and Bowling Green has a few local breweries to choose from. Aistear Brewing, Arlyn’s Good Beer, and Bowling Green Beerworks all have delicious selections of seltzers, ciders, braggots, IPAs, and much more to pair with whatever treat you choose to watch the game.
Feel like grilling out before you enjoy the game? Stop out to Belleville Brothers Meats in Downtown BG. All of their meat is local and makes a delicious entree for any game day meal.