Red Sox fans are known as some of the best in all of baseball, which is why Fenway Park sells out every single Sox game each year. This sort of dedication from fans who spend four hours at the ballpark warrants some great food options at the very least, and one question many hungry fans have is what is there to eat at Fenway Park?

Read below in order to find out about the best food at Fenway Park. In the meantime, if you’re looking for general seating information on the stadium, be sure to check out our informative Boston Red Sox Seating Chart Blog.

Check out the Fenway Park food map below in order to find the best food at Fenway Park

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The Best Food at Fenway Park

If you’re one of those people who’s willing to forgo an inning (or three) of game action in order to wait in line for legitimately good food – that is, food that would hold up with restaurants not within the friendly confines of Fenway Park – head to Savenor’s Butcher & Market on Jersey Street for their braised short rib grilled cheese for succulent short rib and melted cheese on buttery, toasted bread. This is one of the best things to eat at Fenway Park because the quality of the meat at this butcher market far surpasses that of most traditional ballpark fare.


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Another one of the best foods at Fenway Park is our favorite variation of their “Totchos” (think tater tots + nachos) in the Corned Beef Totchos, which is a fun and improved spin on the typical stale tortilla chip and processed cheese nachos you may find at other ballparks. The Buffalo Chicken Totchos, with crumbles of blue cheese, chives, and mounds of tender Buffalo chicken is the best option for spicy food lovers.


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Local Favorite Food at Fenway Park

Red Sox fans who have the luxury of attending multiple games each season can still tend to hit up the same reliable spots for ballpark fare that’s become synonymous with the stadium.

Fenway Franks from concessions stands all throughout the ballpark are the famous hot dogs that New Englanders have grown to know and love over the team’s 118-year history. They are omnipresent and can be found at stands in any given area of the ballpark, though the Boston Pork Party pictured below can be found at select concessions stands around Fenway Park this year. This dressed-up dog contains pulled pork, bacon, and coleslaw atop a traditional Kayem Fenway Frank.

Traditional lobster rolls (there are many variations of ballpark eats gussied up with lobster at Fenway) at $19 a clip can be found in multiple Yankee Lobster locations throughout the stadium, including the Gate D Concourse, Pavilion Level, and Jersey St. Despite carrying their bitter rival’s name, Yankee Lobster supports the Red Sox, and Red Sox only, and these are well worth the price, so don’t let the sticker shock deter you.


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New England Clam Chowder at Fenway Park from local favorite Legal Sea Foods can be found at their locations in the Big Concourse, Home Plate Concourse, Right Field Roof Deck, and Jersey Street, while Dunkin Donuts locations for coffee at Fenway Park can be found in the Big Concourse, Gate E Concourse, and Cumberland Deck.

You’ll be able to secure your peanuts and Cracker Jacks via your section’s friendly shouting vendors.

New Food at Fenway Park For 2019

Fenway Park has unveiled a few awesome new food items for the 2019 season. One of them is the LBLT (Lobster BLT) that takes a New England staple (lobster) and adds another ingredient that makes all food undeniably better in bacon.

Other new items to look out for in 2019 are the King’s Hawaiian Pulled Pork Sandwich, with juicy pulled pork, smoky bacon BBQ sauce, and pineapple coleslaw on a King’s Hawaiian roll, the aforementioned Buffalo Chicken Topped Tots, and for those with a sweet tooth, a Banana Split and a Brownie Sundae will be offered this season.

The Weirdest Food at Fenway Park

We’ve already mentioned that lobster was a favorite food item in Boston, and that has inspired the folks conjuring up interesting food options at Fenway to add lobster to dishes typically far away from the seafood spectrum. The Lobster Poutine Stak, located in the Big Concourse, covers steak fries with cheese curds, lobster bisque in place of the traditional gravy, chives, and of course, plenty of lobster meat to make it worth your while.


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The Best Pizza at Fenway Park

If you’re looking to take in a slice (or four) of the best pizza at Fenway Park, be sure to hit up the State Street Pavilion for their brick oven pizza.

There will be plenty of new options at all local favorite chain Regina’s Pizzeria at the ballpark, located at the Home Plate Deck, Big Concourse, Gate E Concourse, Twins ’47 Third Base Deck, Pavilion Level, 1st Base Concourse, Jersey Street, and Right Field Roof Deck.


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The Best Dessert at Fenway Park

Whether you’re bringing the kids along or have a sweet tooth yourself, there are plenty of great dessert options at Fenway Park, like the Churros with Ice Cream, pictured below.


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Another great dessert at Fenway Park is their Fried Dough Sundae, which can be found in the Big Concourse, Visitor’s Clubhouse Area, and First Base Concourse.


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Dietary Restrictions & Kosher Food Options at Fenway Park

Gluten-free options can be found at the Home Plate Deck, the Gate E Concourse, the Big Concourse, and the Pavilion Level. Some of these options include gluten-free pizza and hot dogs with gluten-free buns.

Kosher food options at Fenway Park are located in the Big Concourse.

Plenty of vegetarian food options, including a build-your-old salad bar, will be available at Fenway’s Rooftop Farm, located in the Big Concourse. Veggie burgers and dogs can be found at the Visitor’s Clubhouse Area.

Where to Drink at Fenway Park

The Right Field Grandstand is a great place to take in a ballgame while enjoying a Monster Mule, which is Fenway Park’s take on a traditional Moscow Mule cocktail, only with Irish whiskey as its spirit.

As Fenway Park is one of baseball’s oldest stadiums and is located in the middle of a busy area in a major city, space has always been a bit of an issue, but if you’re looking to enjoy some beers while taking in the game, you’re best off doing so from your seat. If you’re OK missing out on some game action, the main concourses that have some tables set up may be your best bet.

Can I Bring Food or Drinks into Fenway Park?

Per Fenway Park policy, fans are not allowed to bring outside food into the stadium, but may bring clear, sealed plastic bottles of water 16 oz. or smaller. No cans, glass or aluminum bottles, or thermoses are permitted in the stadium.

Can I Bring Bags, Containers, or Coolers into Fenway Park?

No bags or items larger than 16″ x 16″ x 8″ will be permitted inside of Fenway Park, nor will any hard-sided coolers or glass containers.

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