What to eat at Fifth Third Field

The BallParkGuide.com What to eat at Fifth Third Field
by Malcolm MacMillan
  • Look for wide selection of hot dogs at the Hen & Hound stand
  • Ballpark boasts an impressive selection of sweet treats
Gilhooley's Grille serves up a variety of burgers and sandwiches.

With enough options to cater to any type of eater, you won’t leave Fifth Third Field hungry. One of the park’s specialties is its selection of hot dogs. While choosing a hot dog at most park means deciding whether you want mustard or mustard and ketchup, Fifth Third Field’s list of hot dogs is extensive and glorious. Look for the Hen & Hound concession stand on the second level, which sells a selection of loaded dogs and sausages. A Chicago dog with relish and a dill pickle? A Georgia dog with coleslaw, chili and onions? The Heater dog, loaded with jalapeno peppers and more? They’re all here, along with a pile of other choices.

Other noteworthy concession stands include El Burrito Misterio on the club level on the first base side, which burritos, tacos and nachos and Gilhooley’s Grille (club level on the third base side of home plate), which sells burgers, Philly cheesesteaks and pulled pork sandwiches. For something healthy, hit the NutriCart, located behind Section 106. Here you can enjoy fresh fruits and veggies, granola bars and trail mix.

Ballpark staples (popcorn, hot dogs, ice cream, nachos, etc.) are available at a number of concession stands located throughout Fifth Third Field. People with a sweet tooth will enjoy Toledo Treats and the Sweet Spot, which sell root beer floats and funnel cakes, and cookies, cupcakes and ‘smores, respectively.