What to eat at Falcon Park

The BallParkGuide.com What to eat at Falcon Park
by Malcolm MacMillan
  • Food is remarkably inexpensive
  • Menu is extensive for a small ballpark
Falcon Park's concession sells standard ballpark food, and its prices are tough to beat.

Falcon Park doesn't boast a lengthy food and drink menu, but you'll be impressed by the stadium's low prices when it comes to refreshments. If you're looking for standard ballpark fare, it's all here. You'll find the usual suspects -- burgers, hot dogs, nachos -- but also some honourable mentions such as the chicken or pulled pork sandwiches and boneless chicken wings.

There's just one concession area, located to your right as you enter through the main gates, and directly behind home plate. Beacuse the stadium is open, it's possible to keep your eye on the action as you wait in the concourse for your food. But the best part about Auburn's concession stand is its prices. Single-A stadiums are much more reasonably priced than those at higher levels of baseball, but the Doubledays really stand out. You won't find $4 bottles of water here, nor a single item on the menu above $5.