Ice cream sundae in a plastic helmet? That's old hat, pun intended. You can get that frozen favorite at just about every ballpark across the country. But there's only one stadium that can claim the Taco in a Helmet.
Digital Domain Park in Port St. Lucie, Fla., is the home of New York Mets spring training and this Mexican masterpiece. A plastic helmet is filled with crushed tortilla chips, seasoned ground beef, cheddar and Monterey Jack cheeses, then topped with shredded lettuce, salsa and jalapeños.
Not sure how that would differ from nachos in a helmet or taquitos in a helmet, but the bottom line is it's delicious. The offering is so popular that the stand even has its own Twitter account. TacoInaHelmet is an unofficial page, but it doesn't really matter who's behind the account. This is one food that should have its own social media presence.
Although fans have clamored for a Taco in a Helmet stand at Citi Field, it doesn't appear to be headed to the Big Apple anytime soon. And with the regular season under way, anyone who wants to try it will have to make the pilgrimage to the 7,000 seat stadium a couple hours from Orlando and take in the St. Lucie Mets minor league team.
The creation weighs over a pound and at $6 is probably the best deal in the ballpark. Just refrain from wearing the plastic helmet until after you've washed it.
-- Adam Watson is the food czar at ThePostGame. You can follow him on Twitter @AdamKWatson.