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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 with a focus on local favorites and family-friendly options. And while Camden Yards is one of the few ball parks that allow you to bring in your own food and drinks, you might not want to. Read on to discover why it’s among the best stadiums for foodies.

Eclectic Flavors

  • Jade Satay dishes out chicken satay served on waffle fries with a sweet peanut sauce. Available on Eutaw Street near section 68
  • Corona Street Taco serves Old Bay elote — Mexican Street corn topped with garlic mayonnaise, queso fresco, cilantro, sour cream and Old Bay. Available near section 70
  • Find a variety of fresh Chinese dumplings from Mount Vernon favorite, Pinch Dumplings, including pork and cabbage, beef and cabbage, and vegan carrot and cabbage. Pinch’s side dishes including sweet and spicy cabbage, home-style green beans, and daikon radish. Available on the Lower Concourse behind Home Plate

Mid-Atlantic Favorites

  • It wouldn’t be Baltimore without a place to get crab cakes. Harris Creek Oyster & Seafood offers jumbo lump crab cakes, as well as fried Cajun catfish sandwiches and oyster po’boys. Available on Eutaw Street
  • The famous Ocean City staple, Boardwalk Fries, has boardwalk-style fries available with a variety of sauces and toppings including cheese, sriracha, truffle, garlic parmesan, and bacon cheddar ranch. Available at several locations on the Lower and Upper Concourse
  • At Lobster Hut you can get a fresh lobster roll served with Old Bay seasoning on a roll or tomato wedges for a gluten-free option. Available on the Lower Concourse behind Home Plate

Comfort Eats

  • Boog’s BBQ: The famous pit beef and pork sandwiches were named a “must eat” by Thrillist. This renowned barbecue joint has recently expanded, and now 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.
  • Birdland Nachos dishes out “Top Notch O’s,” Doritos-style chips with white cheese sauce, black olives, sour cream, salsa and scallions in a souvenir helmet.
  • Harbor Crisps offers the gravy fry chipper — a bed of kettle chips topped with gravy and mozzarella. Available near section 68
  • Pizza John’s is a Baltimore County favorite, featuring authentic, traditional-style pizza. Available on the Lower and Upper Concourse and on the Club Level
  • To see the classic soft pretzel in a new way, head to O’s Pretzel for a soft pretzel shaped like the cursive Orioles “O.” Available on the Lower Concourse near Section 19
  • For waffle fries topped with crab dip, try Baseline Burger or Old Bay Seafood. Available on the Lower Concourse behind Section 27 and 43, respectively

Local Delicacies

  • Attman’s serves some of Baltimorean’s favorite sandwiches, including the legendary Cloak & Dagger corned beef sandwich served with coleslaw and Russian dressing. Available on the Lower Concourse behind Home Plate
  • 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. Available near sections 12, 68 and 80
  • Pigtown Stack serves its namesake barbecue pork patty with sweet mustard slaw, tobacco onions and pickles on a brioche long roll. Available near section 68
  • Polock Johnny’s serves Baltimore’s favorite Polish sausage with the works sauce. Available on the Lower and Upper Concourse
  • 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. Available at the north end of Eutaw Street under the Centerfield Roof Deck