By all accounts, the Chicago White Sox will have a rough season. It makes sense that they serve up something delicious to compensate for the less-than-stellar play.


Historically, the food at Sox games has always been the best reason to go. The concessions at Guaranteed Rate Field have always been the best, whether it's margaritas, churros, or something else.

By the way, this is coming from a tried and true Cubs fan. A diehard who has been to so many Cubs games, I know I should probably fill up on food beforehand because the options at the Friendly Confines are lacking.


The one thing most everyone has turned their attention to is the Campfire Milkshake.

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The MLB X account shared a picture and it reads:

The White Sox will have a 16-ounce 'Campfire Milkshake' at games this season.

It's topped with graham crackers, marshmallows, and pieces of chocolate.

Besides that monster milkshake that reportedly goes for $!5 a pop, the White Sox are rolling out the Impossible hot dog and a Fowl Ball Sandwich, which consists of "roast turkey, hickory smoked bacon, lettuce, tomato, may, and Louie dressing on wheat toast," according to the Chicago Tribune.

I don't know about you, but that sandwich sounds even better than the milkshake.

Whether it be the Fowl Ball sandwich or Campfire Milkshake, these food offerings might make sitting through a White Sox game worth it in 2024.

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