Sports Illustrated posted a unique interactive feature on its website today, complemented by this article on all-you-can-eat sections at big-league parks.
On its All-Star Ballpark Menu, Lobel’s Prime Beef Sandwich served at Yankee Stadium was listed as one of the options for the main course.
I’ve had the steak sandwich before at Yankee Stadium, and it was on a memorable night. A sneak peek for that last link: I was standing up while holding the Lobel’s sandwich as Derek Jeter broke Lou Gehrig’s hit record. Definitely check out my story!
Here’s Ben Kabak’s review of the steak sandwich posted on SI:
“Lobel's, an Upper East Side staple since 1840, has taken its wares to Yankee Stadium. They have a carving station in the stadium, and the meat is then cooked to a juicy medium rare before stadium employees stack it high on an onion bun. The meat melts in your mouth, and while a horseradish topping is available, the sandwich is definitely flavorful enough without the added spice.”