It might be hard to top the ballpark favorites we featured in Part 1 and Part 2 of this series, but every major league baseball park seems to have something unique to offer.

The Eater and Men’s Journal offer great suggestions, some of which are shown below.

We’ve only scratched the surface of delicious items you can try, and if you have other favorites not mentioned here, let us know.

Texas Rangers, Globe Life Park
Head to section 29 on the lower level for the 24-inch hot dog (yup, that's two feet long), topped with chili, cheese, grilled onions, and jalapeños.

Cuban Pretzel Dog
Pittsburgh Pirates, PNC Park
Take all the fixin’s of a Cuban sandwich and stick them on a foot-long hot dog in a pretzel bun. You'll get this creation at PNC Park, which puts ham, pork, Swiss cheese, pickles, and mustard (whew!) atop the hot dog. (At Chicago's Wrigley Field, Cubs fans can get a Cuban pork burger for another take on the iconic sandwich.)

The Beast
Milwaukee Brewers, Miller Park
The name is no hype: The Beast is a grilled bratwurst sliced in half and stuffed with a hot dog, then wrapped in bacon. It's served in a pretzel roll with sauerkraut, onions, and a side of chips.

D-Bat Dog
Arizona Diamondbacks, Chase Field
This monster is an 18-in. long corn dog stuffed with melted cheese and wrapped in six slices of bacon before it’s batter-fried. Not only that, it’s served on a stick over fries. Wow.

The Baconater
Baltimore Orioles, Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Here’s a favorite at Camden Yards. The Baconater starts out with a plastic helmet filled with kettle chips. The chips are topped with melted cheddar cheese; the cheese is topped with a generous scattering of bacon pieces, green onions and, of course, plenty of sour cream.

The Bacon Challenge
Cincinnati Reds, Great American Ball Park
Worthy of its name, the Bacon Challenge is a pound of bacon, shredded lettuce, tomato, and black-pepper mayo. But we’re not talking about just one – the challenge is to eat four of these monsters with chips, potato salad, and a pickle. During a single inning. The winner gets the glory, a t-shirt, and no charge for the four sandwiches. Winner must provide his or her own Pepto-Bismol.

Pulled Pork Parfait
Milwaukee Brewers, Miller Park

Brewers fans can get a lovely combination of mashed potatoes and pulled pork layered in a cup and sprinkled with a little gravy and chopped chives. No need for a straw.

Kalua Pork Nachos
Oakland As, Coliseum
One of the tastiest tidbits you can find when the Oakland As play are the Kalua Pork Nachos – tender shredded pork with chips, guacamole, and jalapeños, served up in a miniature A's batting helmet. And hey, who doesn't love a mini batting helmet?

Bratzel Dog
St. Louis Cardinals, Busch Stadium
If you're looking for something relatively unique and reliably delicious at Busch Stadium, the Bratzel Dog (a grilled bratwurst encased in a soft pretzel) is your best Busch option.

Georgia Dog
Atlanta Braves, Turner Field
Despite being the home of Major League Baseball's first southern franchise, Turner Field is known for its Georgia Dog. Sold at the park's multiple Top Dog Express stands, this hot dog comes slathered in coleslaw and Vidalia onion relish. This picnic-inspired combination of toppings may insult purists, but fans say it tastes mighty delicious just the same.
Cuban Sandwich
Tampa Bay Rays, Tropicana Field
The food at Tropicana Park is heavy on local flavor – most notably the Rays Cuban Sandwich. This pressed sandwich features toasted Cuban bread filled with ham, pork, Genoa salami, Swiss cheese, pickles, and mustard.