Rangers Unveil Exciting New Food Offerings for 2024

Rangers Unveil Exciting New Food Offerings for 2024

At Texas Rangers games, the focus shifts from colossal dishes to crowd-pleasing ballpark fare like meatball garlic knot sliders and Korean pork steamed buns, according to a Dallas Morning News article. It reports,


“You go see a Texas Rangers baseball game in Dallas-Fort Worth, you eat big food. Huge dishes, like a 24-inch-long chili cheese hot dog called the Boomstick, have been part of the identity of Arlington’s Globe Life ballparks for more than a decade.


Now that the Texas Rangers won a World Series, the concessions for the new 2024 season seem less about headline-making gut-busters and more about crowd-pleasing ballpark food. Meatball garlic knot sliders and Korean pork steamed buns are two new options that are, shall we say, normal?


No single new item this year is 24 inches long, though the Boomstick will return from years’ past.”


New additions at Texas Rangers games include shareable options like the Boomstick Triple Play and flavorful choices like Texas Tacos and Korean Pork Steamed Buns, according to an NBCDFW article. It says,

  • “New items include the Boomstick Triple Play, which is made for sharing and includes two hamburgers, a foot-long chili dog, and nachos.
  • Texas Tacos: crunchy red taco shells with classic taco meat or grilled chicken.
  • Korean Pork Steamed Buns: Slow-cooked Korean-style pulled pork in a soft-steam bao.
  • Meatball Garlic Knot Sliders: A tower of Italian-style meatball sliders
  • Ranchero Chile Relleno Dawwg: A hotdog stuffed with queso, wrapped in roasted banana pepper and bacon.
  • Chicken Empanadas: Handmade empanadas filled with chicken.
  • Items from Whataburger, Golden Chick, Hurtado Barbecue, and Arlington Eats restaurants will also be on rotation for all 81 games.”


In addition to food, Texas Rangers Stadium brings Texas favorites, Blue Bell ice cream, and local eateries, aiming to offer diverse options, says manager Casey Rapp.