What to eat at Prince George's Stadium


The BallParkGuide.com What to eat at Prince George's Stadium
by Malcolm MacMillan
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Highlights
  • Black Angus Grille on third base side is a must visit
  • Park has a sizeable beer selection
The Black Angus Grille on the third base side arguably carries the ballpark's best food.

The menu at Prince George's Stadium doesn't have the standout items of nearby Ripken Stadium, for example, but it's still got a number of offerings that will fill you up and leave you satisfied. The must-visit concession stand is the Black Angus Grille on the third base side, which is especially popular among meat lovers. Here, you've got the option of tasty fare such as pit beef or BBQ beef sandwiches, burgers, the half-pound Big Dog hot dog and a grilled chicken sandwich. Sides include baked beans, Frito chili pie and even a pickle on a stick. Depending on when you visit, speciality items such as the old bay pretzel might be available.

The concession stand on the first base side sells a wide variety of foods including gyros, chicken tenders, burgers, sausages, corn dogs, black bean burgers, pizza, onion petals and traditional ballpark food such as popcorn, hot dogs and fries.

The Sausage Cart concession carries a variety of grilled sausages and several beers, including microbrew brands and all your traditional favorites.

The beer menu at Prince George's Stadium includes Coors Light, Stella Artois, Corona, Modelo Especial, Kirin Ichiban, Killian's Irish Red and more. Coolers and wine, including Bacardi Silver Mojito, Silver Lemonade and Silver Sangria, are available at the Black Angus Grille.

For dessert, check out the Sweet Shop, which has a menu that includes soft serve ice cream, funnel cakes, cookies, candy, ice cream sundaes and root beer floats.

 

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