Get your hot dogs (and more) here. Dodger Stadium food guide

An extreme LA hot dog wrapped in bacon is located on the left plaza at the Think Blue BBQ restaurant at Dodger Stadium.

An extreme LA hot dog wrapped in bacon is located on the left plaza at the Think Blue BBQ restaurant at Dodger Stadium.

(Hamlet Nalbandian / Los Angeles Times)

There are many varieties of meat and plants found in most other stadiums. Here are some options only found at Dodger Stadium:

Dodger Dodger: The famous hot dog is a 10-inch pork sausage wrapped in a steamed bun. The Papa Cantella Company of Vernon is a supplier of pork, which recently replaced Farmer John’s. Fans can also steam or grill their own Dodger Dog.

Fans who want a plant-based option are in luck because there is plant-based dodger dog. The Dodgers have partnered with Greenleaf Foods SPC to make Field Roast the plant-based option.

Dodger dogs can be found all over the field, in the center of the field, on the boxes and reserve levels, on the right and left field squares and on the upper deck.

Super Dodger Dog: If you’re looking for a meaty version of the Dodger Dog, this is the Super Dodger Dog. It’s an all-beef 1/3-pound franc wrapped in a steamed bun. Located on the field, loggia, reserve levels and on the upper deck.

Doyer Dog: Dodger Dodger in Mexican style. This is a 10-inch Dodger Pig Dog with nacho cheese, diced tomatoes, onions, and jalapenos. Ketchup, mustard, and seasonings are optional for this version, but optional with what’s already packaged.

Michelada sausage: Michelada and hot dog lovers should consider this one. Longaniza sausage is marinated in michelade, wrapped in a tajine-covered bun, and topped with smoked crispy pork belly, chili aioli, lime and cilantro. Michelada’s sausage can be found in the square in the center of the field.

Carne asada nachos: Lovers of carne asadas and nachos should try this dish. These are crispy tortilla chips served with carne asada, nacho cheese and jalapeno peppers. Fans can order helmet variant to get a Dodgers memento. There’s also a jalapeno option that doesn’t come with carne asada for fans craving more of a vegetarian option. Located in Hornitos Cantina and LA Taqueria on the right field square, in the center of the field and at reserve level 17.

Nachos for the Carne asada helmet, located in LA Taqueria in the reserve section of Dodger Stadium.

Nachos for the Carne asada helmet, located in LA Taqueria in the reserve section of Dodger Stadium.

(Hamlet Nalbandian / Los Angeles Times)

Burnt nachos: This takes nachos to the next level. This version of nachos includes crispy grilled tips and then topped with BBQ sauce, BBQ-spiced sour cream and jalapeno peppers. Oh, and nacho cheese is included. Located in the Think Blue BBQ restaurant on Left Field Square and on the 32nd level of the reserve.

Brooklyn Dodgers Pizza: They say never forget your roots. And the way for the Dodgers to do that is with Brooklyn Dodgers Pizza. It’s a 12-inch thin crust pizza topped with either pepperoni or plain cheese.

Dodger Double Burger: This one will probably fill you up. It contains two beef patties, cheddar, lettuce, tomatoes, fried onions, pickled dill, and Grand Slam sauce on a brioche bun. You can add crispy bacon and/or chilli to taste.

Dodger Blue Burger: Another filler with a Dodger twist. It includes two beef patties, blue cheese, bacon, caramelized onions, pickled dill, horseradish and mustard sauce on a brioche bun. You can add crispy bacon and/or chili peppers.

Los Angeles Spicy Chicken Sandwich: Craving for a nice spicy snack? LA Spicy Chicken Sandwich has napalm aioli, spicy pickles and is served on a soft potato bun. The Spicy Sandwich is sold at the Hot Corner on Field 47.