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A Dodger Game and Matzo Ball Soup

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Farmer John may not sell kosher dogs and there may be only on stand in all of Dodger Stadium that sells veggie dogs, but now you can at least get your Canter's Deli and have your ball game too. Via LAObserved, the Los Angeles Business Journal is reporting that local flavors will be added to a stand at the field level third base area. Besides Canter's, expect to see Mrs. Beasley’s, Camacho’s Cantina and Ruby’s Diner.

The service begins on Monday at the afternoon home opener against the San Francisco Giants. Before that, there will be three exhibition games against the Boston Red Sox, including one at the LA Memorial Coliseum this Saturday. If you want to be in traffic head there -- over 100,000 people will be in attendance.

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