What to eat at Harry Grove Stadium

The BallParkGuide.com What to eat at Harry Grove Stadium
by Malcolm MacMillan
Highlights
  • Gourmet Angus Stand offers great burgers
The Gourmet Angus Stand serves gourmet hamburgers that are arguably the best thing to eat in the stadium.

The concessions at Nymeo Field at Harry Grove Stadium offer the usual fare you’d expect to find in any ballpark in America. Hot dogs, nachos, pizza and other standard items are sold throughout the ballpark.

Your best bet, however, is the popular Gourmet Angus Stand on the third base side, located adjacent to the Brewer’s Alley bar area. This concession’s specialty is burgers, and these half-pound treats are sold individually or in baskets with macaroni salad, chips and a pickle as side dishes. There’s a burger for everyone here, including the Blue Ridge Burger, topped with buffalo hot sauce, bleu cheese dressing and onion straws, or the Barbara Fritchie Burger, complete with guacamole, tomato, sprouts, pesto mayo and pepperjack cheese. When visiting any ballpark, the lineup at any given concession stand is a good indicator of the food’s popularity, and the Gourmet Angus Stand is no exception.

Like Ripken Stadium in nearby Aberdeen, Nymeo Field at Harry Grove Stadium has a number of crab items on its menu. The Fiesta Crab Shack concession stand sells crab dip with chips, a crab pretzel and a crab cake sandwich, among other items.

Behind home plate, the Home Plate Favorites concession stand sells standard items as well as dingers, which are hot chicken drummies and fries, chicken tenders, corndog nuggets, Domino’s pizza and more.

If you’re a beer enthusiast, check out the Flying Dog Brewery stand in the home plate concourse. The brewery is local to Frederick, and offers a variety of brews, including Classic Pale Ale, IPA Snake Dog and Old Scratch Amber. The Brewer’s Alley concession, located at the end of the first base concourse, has an extensive bar menu and offers a fun, casual atmosphere.