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In the shadow of Yankee Stadium, Spanish restaurant Molino Rojo serves up the antithesis of overpriced stadium food. For a pre- or post-game bite (it's open 24 hours), try the Cuban sandwich, chicken soup or fried plantains. It's all more than affordable, especially in comparison to its neighbor; just try finding a half chicken for $3.75 at the ballpark.