What to eat at Classic Park

The BallParkGuide.com What to eat at Classic Park
by Malcolm MacMillan
Highlights
  • Pulled pork nachos are notable item
  • Gourmet stuffed pretzels are also popular
The pulled pork nachos are one of Classic Park's signature items.

The food on the menu at Classic Park is diverse and tasty. Concession stands are located behind sections 104, 107, 110, 114, 117 and 118, meaning regardless of where you're sitting, it isn't hard to find something to eat.

The park's can't-miss snack is the pulled pork nachos, which are available on the first base concourse. You can load up your nachos with a number of toppings, including cheese, sour cream, onions, black olives and salsa. Best of all, the pulled pork is savory and fresh tasting.

New for 2012, the Captains have introduced the mammoth Moby Dick Fish Sandwich. Weighing more than three pounds and offering 4,000+ calories and 200+ grams of fat, the sandwich is whale-like in every way. It's 15 inches long, includes five quarter-pound fish filets, eight cheese slices, clam strips, French fries, cole slaw, lettuce, tomatoes, pickles and tartar sauce. The Moby Dick Fish Sandwich sells for $20.

Other popular items include the stuffed gourmet pretzels in flavors including pizza filled, jalapeno filled, cheddar, sweet cinnamon and sweet cream cheese. These treats are giant and are more of a meal than a snack.

The All-American Grille sells standard ballpark food at reasonable prices. In addition to the staples found in any park, this concession also sells chicken tender baskets, mini corn dog baskets, fish and chips and chili cheese fries.

Castaway's Bar down the third base line sells a variety of beers, including the bar's main sponsor, Corona.