Fork in the Road: Out at the Ballgame
In honor of this weekend's subway series, FitR's column is all about where to eat around Yankee and Shea stadiums.
The goal was to find eateries good for a quick bite or take out no more than a few blocks away from the stadium, places that you don't have make an extra subway stop to get to. (That left out delicious Flushing, which I realize is only one subway stop from Shea.)
I found plenty of good stuff—from amazing curried goat at the Feeding Tree in the Bronx, to Ecuadorian ceviche and empanadas at La Ambateñita in Queens. And I found the place that supplies the Mets clubhouse with its after-game meal, and where you can sometimes find players or coaches hanging out.
All of it lightyears better, in my opinion, than overpriced ballpark fare.
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