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What to Eat at Camden Yards

Looking for the tastiest treats at Camden Yards? Knock it out of the park with these stadium favorites.

The Orioles’ star players aren’t the only ones hitting homeruns. The Baltimore Orioles have also earned new fans thanks to the amazing concession stands at Camden Yards with a focus on local favorites and family-friendly options. It’s one of the few ball parks that allow you to bring in your own food and (non-alcoholic) drinks, but you might not want to after you hear about these options. Read on to discover why it’s among the best stadiums for foodies.

Camden Yards

Photo credit: The Baltimore Orioles

Mid-Atlantic Favorites

View inside of Camden Yards during a game.

Eutaw Street is where most of the action is, including concession stands, shops and restaurants.

  • It wouldn’t be Baltimore without a place to get crab cakes. Grab a classic Chesapeake-style version at SuperBook Bar, as well as a crab pretzel boule and a slice of Smith Island cake for dessert!
  • Jimmy’s Famous Seafood impresses with twists on traditional seafoods such as crab cake egg rolls, served with mango ponzu and spicy mayo, and Mo Gaba’s fried shrimp platter.

Comfort Eats

  • Boog’s BBQ: The famous pit beef and pork sandwiches are a must-eat. This renowned barbecue joint features an outdoor smoker and a 1950 Chevy truck. Inside the nearby warehouse is Boog’s General Store, where you can buy branded T-shirts, caps and other merchandise.
  • There’s also BTI Crackin’ Crab Chips, the official crab chip of Camden Yards, made with a hefty coating of Old Bay.
  • To see the classic soft pretzel in a new way, head to O’s Pretzel in section 23 for a soft pretzel shaped like the cursive Orioles “O.”
  • Have your hot dog your way at Camden Franks, which serves up jumbo and classic dogs, plus quintessential ballpark snacks like peanuts and cracker jack, at various stations around the park.
  • You’re spoiled for choice when it comes to pizza; pick up a slice of cheese or pepperoni from Squire’s or try Oro Pizza‘s special Sicilian pizza.
  • A staple of the Salvadoran culture, Maria’s Pupuseria Factory serves pupusas, quesadillas and chorizo dogs.
  • Big Mozz mozzarella sticks and house-made vodka sauce for dipping will be available at the Bleacher Grill, SuperBook Bar and Restaurant and the B&O Market, all located along Eutaw Street.

Local Favorites

Camden Yards

Camden Yards has picnic tables for you to sit and enjoy your meal when you’re not at your seat.

  • Charm City Chicken Shack serves buffalo mac and cheese, a family-style chicken tender basket in a souvenir helmet and the “sweet heat” chicken sandwich.
  • For gourmet hot dogs loaded with toppings head to Stuggy’s, a Fell’s Point staple. At Camden Yards, the Stuggy’s stand offers a variety of dogs with toppings such as mac & cheese, crab meat, chili and jerk chicken. Plus, their collaboration with Pat LaFrieda Meat Purveyors, Pat & Stugg’s, serves shaved ribeye cheesesteaks and hot dogs, cheeseburgers, double bacon cheeseburgers.
  • Enjoy a selection of tacos—chicken tinga, gringo beef, pork al pastor and sweet potato hash—nachos and margaritas at Vida Taco Bar or its second location Vida Nacho on Eutaw Street.
  • Since 2020, Fuzzies has been garnering a cult-like following for the juicy burgers served out of a food truck known as “Stumpy”—and now those burgers are available at Camden Yards! Find them in the “City Connect” corner along with Stuggy’s and Jimmy’s Famous Seafood.
  • Popular family-owned Hampden eatery The Local Fry now serves four types of its gourmet fries throughout the ballpark, as well as boneless chicken wings, chicken tenders and a TLC chicken sandwich at their upper concourse locations.
  • Natty Boh gained recognition as the national beer of Baltimore in the 1960’s. Though it is no longer manufactured in Baltimore, the city still accounts for 90% of its sales and it remains a popular gameday beverage.

Vegetarian & Gluten-Free Options

  • Birdland Fresh in Section 33 offers Beyond burgers and plant-based hot dogs on gluten-free buns.
  • Meat-free pizza options are available at Squire’s and Oro.
  • Enjoy a bean and cheese pupusa or a cheese quesadilla from Maria’s Pupuseria Factory.
  • Veggie-friendly options at Vida Taco include sweet potato tacos, nachos and street corn.
  • Dig into a variety of snacks from the $4.10 All-Star Menu, including popcorn, soft pretzels, cracker jacks and peanuts.

Find more vegan and vegetarian options in Baltimore

Sweet Treats

  • Locally owned food truck and donut shop Deddle’s Mini Donuts, which specializes in made-to-order mini donuts, is available at all Saturday and Sunday home games.
  • Manufactured in Baltimore, 7th Inning Sorbet is a city staple. Members of Citywide Youth Development will sell the sorbet after completing the organization’s eight-week training program, teaching them how to create and distribute the frozen desert.
  • Other frozen options include Rita’s Water Ice in sections 7 and 341, Dippin Dots in sections 17 and 62, and soft serve ice cream sold throughout the stadium.
  • For a warmer option, funnel cakes are also available in sections 17, 62 and 333.