Chicken breast sandwiches have become my ballpark food these days. Even they come on salt-filled buns and likely have a lot of salt on them, but they’re at least lower fat than hot dogs or those delicious brats.
Seattle’s ballpark does offer a salmon salad, but it stands alone with that dish, as far as I know.
The Brewers’ chicken breast offering was a bit like the team, it had seen better days. The breast was small and overcooked, not at all filling or satisfying.
I was so hungry after the game, we went to an old Milwaukee favorite, Major Goolsby’s downtown, where I ordered its chicken breast sandwich, which was light years better than the one at the ballpark.
Goolsby’s is a rocking place when there are sporting events at the nearby Bradley Center where my alma mater Marquette plays basketball. But it was empty the night we went, I’d never seen it like that before.
Despite the lack of crowd, I enjoyed my meal there, try it should your travels bring you to Milwaukee.
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