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    Re: What Do/Can You Bring into the Stadium to eat and drink?

    Quote Originally Posted by SatchelPaigeYankee View Post
    that stuff is terrible for you. It forms formaldehyde in your stomach, causes neurological problems, and increases appetite (if dieting is your motivation).
    I have recently stopped using splenda and all sugar substitutes (and everything that uses it such as diet soda and those drink packets). I've read that chemically speaking splenda has more in common with pesticides than sugar. I've also read they are looking into whether or not splenda causes the liver and kidneys to expand.
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    Re: What Do/Can You Bring into the Stadium to eat and drink?

    Quote Originally Posted by JL25and3 View Post
    I don't know if it's a big risk. I've never see anyone get caught at it, but that's probably because no one's ever tried when I've been around. You could (a) settle for expensive, warm, bad beer during the game, (b) buy a much more expensve seat i a suite where you can drink booze, or (c) do what the rest of us do, and go a few hours without distilled liquor - beer or nothing. If you're not able to do that, Yankee Security might not be your biggest problem.

    I certainly hope you're not driving.
    I don't want to drink beer; and I only have 1-2 of those 50ml throughout a game.
    Helps loosen me up.


    Quote Originally Posted by 4bronxbombers View Post
    When I've brought nips into the stadium, I either tuck them in the side of my jeans/shorts right where my hip bone is.....in the fall/cold weather, I tuck them inside my high black boots.
    Yes, NIPS, that is exactly what I want to bring in.

    So I can bring them in and not get caught just so long as I either tuck them in my shoes or lower, cargo pants pocket?
    You think in the shorts pocket I will get caught?

    Yes, I want to know if I can and how I can smuggle in a few nips.

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    Re: What Do/Can You Bring into the Stadium to eat and drink?

    Here's the other question.
    I have IBS and cannot eat the usual cheap fried food.

    I know they serve grilled chicken, fruit, and pretzels, but how much is that going to run me.
    15 bucks I can do as a treat but if getting a grilled chicken sandwich, piece of fruit, and pretzel is going to be close to 25-30 I feel that's too expensive.

    Also, what other grilled/non-fried, non redmeat do they serve?
    What is the best place for pretzels?

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    Re: What Do/Can You Bring into the Stadium to eat and drink?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hud View Post
    Also, what other grilled/non-fried, non redmeat do they serve?
    What is the best place for pretzels?
    Parm (a terrific sandwich place in the city) has a stand which serves a veggie mozzarella sandwich (used to serve turkey sandwiches, but had to stop). Brother jimmy's has pulled pork and chicken sandwiches, and there should be someplace to get a turkey sandwich.

    http://ny.eater.com/archives/2012/04/yankee_stadium.php

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    Re: What Do/Can You Bring into the Stadium to eat and drink?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Mxylsplk View Post
    Parm (a terrific sandwich place in the city) has a stand which serves a veggie mozzarella sandwich (used to serve turkey sandwiches, but had to stop). Brother jimmy's has pulled pork and chicken sandwiches, and there should be someplace to get a turkey sandwich.

    http://ny.eater.com/archives/2012/04/yankee_stadium.php
    Parm is astoundingly expensive.
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    Re: What Do/Can You Bring into the Stadium to eat and drink?

    Is this back ok to bring? A draw string back pack.


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    Re: What Do/Can You Bring into the Stadium to eat and drink?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hud View Post
    Is this back ok to bring? A draw string back pack.
    As long as there are no strings attached.
    I can't complain but sometimes I still do. - Joe Walsh

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    Re: What Do/Can You Bring into the Stadium to eat and drink?

    I'll just eat at Malibu, get a pretzel and fruit which I think I can do for 20 bucks.
    This way I don't have to haul in stuff unless you think the local delis are worth it.

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    Re: What Do/Can You Bring into the Stadium to eat and drink?

    I've taken 3-week vacations that weren't this carefully planned.
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    - Barry Manilow

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    Re: What Do/Can You Bring into the Stadium to eat and drink?

    Are you allowed to bring peanut m&m's into the new Yankee Stadium?
    I'm frantic... Jeter Ceremony Date - when will this be announced????


    Thank goodness we now know.

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    Re: What Do/Can You Bring into the Stadium to eat and drink?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hud View Post
    I'll just eat at Malibu, get a pretzel and fruit which I think I can do for 20 bucks.
    This way I don't have to haul in stuff unless you think the local delis are worth it.
    They don't sell fruit. Perhaps you could just add some extra mustard to your pretzel instead.
    I can't complain but sometimes I still do. - Joe Walsh

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    Re: What Do/Can You Bring into the Stadium to eat and drink?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ram Man View Post
    They don't sell fruit. Perhaps you could just add some extra mustard to your pretzel instead.
    Yes they do, there is a fruit stand right behind home plate. Costly, but you can get fruit.
    Life is good!

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    Re: What Do/Can You Bring into the Stadium to eat and drink?

    Quote Originally Posted by YankeePride1967 View Post
    Yes they do, there is a fruit stand right behind home plate. Costly, but you can get fruit.
    I wish I'd known that. Maybe I wouldn't have put so much mustard on my pretzel. Costly? That might be bad news for Mr. Hud and his $20 pretzel/fruit budget.
    I can't complain but sometimes I still do. - Joe Walsh

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    Re: What Do/Can You Bring into the Stadium to eat and drink?

    Quote Originally Posted by YankeePride1967 View Post
    Yes they do, there is a fruit stand right behind home plate. Costly, but you can get fruit.
    It is expensive, but with the money he's saving on parking, maybe he can afford a banana.
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    Re: What Do/Can You Bring into the Stadium to eat and drink?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ram Man View Post
    They don't sell fruit. Perhaps you could just add some extra mustard to your pretzel instead.
    They do sell fruit. I think it started when the new stadium was built. It actually looks pretty decent too.

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    Re: What Do/Can You Bring into the Stadium to eat and drink?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ram Man View Post
    I wish I'd known that. Maybe I wouldn't have put so much mustard on my pretzel. Costly? That might be bad news for Mr. Hud and his $20 pretzel/fruit budget.

    Sorry Hud but that made me laugh.

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