What to eat at Metro Bank Park

The BallParkGuide.com What to eat at Metro Bank Park
by Malcolm MacMillan
Highlights
  • Check out MoMo's for BBQ menu
  • All-You-Can-Eat seat ensures you won't heavy hungry
The All-You-Can-Eat section includes such ballpark favorites as popcorn and sliders.

When your stomach starts to growl, give yourself a few minutes to wander around the boardwalk at Metro Bank Park to weigh your concession options. If you turn right upon entering through the main gate, you’ll see MoMo’s BBQ stand that sells such items as pulled pork or chicken sandwiches, Texas beef brisket and BBQ nachos. The Spot, which is adjacent to MoMo’s, sells a variety of hot dogs and common ballpark fare like burgers and cheesesteaks. In the same area, look for City Island Brews to whet your whistle with a long list of beers.

If you take a left upon entering the main gates, you’ll see Rally Galley just beyond the Senators team shop. Rally Galley sells standard ballpark fare and just a little farther along the boardwalk you can’t miss a beer garden and Arooga’s Wing Shack, which features a variety of creatively spiced chicken wings.

The Bud Light Bullseye Bar is in right-center, directly behind the All-You-Can-Eat seats. This menu offers common items – hot dogs, peanuts, pretzels, popcorn, beer and beverages. Continue all the way around the concourse and you’ll find Championship Way Pizza on the third base line. The menu here is highlighted by Pizza Hut products and a variety of standard ballpark fare.

If you descend to the ballpark’s lower level, most of the action as far as food is concerned is on the first base side. Here, specific concession stands feature a long beer list, ice cream, hot dogs, sweets and virtually anything you’d expect to find at a sporting event.

During my 2011 visit, I bought an All-You-Can-Eat ticket and kept my dining choices simple with the standard fare in this section. During my next visit, I’m definitely interested in checking out some BBQ and chicken wings. And judging by the popularity of these items – especially the crowd around MoMo’s – I won’t be alone!