How is the food at Turner Field?  

I'm a hostage out here. They have a lot of selection, but it costs too much. If I wasn't here with my 3-year-old, I wouldn't bother eating. The chili cheese fries are disgusting. Anything they put cheese on here is pretty unappealing. The Philly Cheesesteak is unimpressive. I'd rather eat microwave food. It's all still fast-food and exorbitantly priced.

Chilidogs are very good; the chili fries aren't. The chili and cheese get kind of mucky after two minutes. And the fries are soggy. The Diamond Pizza, Stadium Dogs and barbecue are very good. The beer is always good -- very cold but kind of pricey. And a small bottled water is $2.50. They need a water fountain. It's a nice experience, nice atmosphere; overall, everything is very good except the price.

The service is wonderful, everyone is so nice, and the Philly Cheesesteaks and barbecue are really good. But I got a real bad beef with the hot dogs. They used to have fresh onions in all the concourses. Now they have little packages of this onion sauce. It's packaged, slimy stuff. So you get a nice hot dog, which you spend $6 on, and you can't put fresh onions on it. If we had to rate the food on a scale of five, we'd give it a three-and-a-half.



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