What to eat at Cooley Law School Stadium

The BallParkGuide.com What to eat at Cooley Law School Stadium
by Malcolm MacMillan
  • Philly cheesesteak, pulled pork and smoked turkey leg are notable items
  • Unique desserts include fresh pie and chocolate-dipped bananas
The Philly cheesesteak sandwich is a popular item at Cooley Law School Stadium, and is loaded with meat, onions and cheese sauce.

Arguably the best spot to eat at Cooley Law School Stadium is in The Clubhouse, a suite area above home plate. Unlike other suites that require you to be a member of a group to gain admittance, The Clubhouse sells individual tickets for $20 and has an extensive food and drink menu. If you don’t want to splurge for a seat in the suite, the ballpark still has plenty of good food options at its many concessions.

Even though it’s nearly 650 miles from Philadelphia, Cooley Law School Stadium serves an above-average Philly cheesesteak sandwich that’s definitely worth trying. And don’t forget to add an extra buck for a huge pickle on the side. Or, if you want to add a bit of a twist on the classic dish, opt for the Philly cheesesteak nachos. If steak isn’t your thing, the Carolina pulled pork sandwich and BBQ ribs will satisfy your urge for smoky, barbecued fare and if caveman eating’s your thing, be sure to check out The Big Bone, an enormous smoked turkey leg.

Of course, Cooley Law School Stadium’s concession stands are loaded with classic ballpark fare, including hot dogs, burgers, Johnsonville brats, nachos, pretzels and more. Other noteworthy items include a footlong fish taco, a fresh turkey wrap and a chicken tenders basket.

The desserts menu at the ballpark is extensive and contains a number of items perfect for eating after you’ve enjoyed a Philly cheesesteak, pulled pork sandwich or other main course. A variety of ice cream products fill the menu, but there are also a number of more unique treats, including brownies, slices of pie, chocolate-dipped bananas, root beer floats and more.