Fans of baseball everywhere can identify baseball with many sights, sounds, and smells. In recent years, many MLB ballparks have made it a point to up their ballpark food games in order to serve their fans more than just the basic fare like hot dogs and popcorn. Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia is no exception, and they have a reputation for having some of the best food of any baseball stadium.

Phillies fans who are willing to stick it out for up to four hours at Citizens Bank Park always have one question: what is there to eat at Citizens Bank Park?

Read below in order to find out about Citizens Bank Park concessions in 2019. In the meantime, if you’re looking for general seating information on the stadium, be sure to check out our informative Philadelphia Phillies Seating Chart Blog.

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Check out the map below in order to find out where the best food at Citizens Bank Park is located

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The Best Food at Citizens Bank Park

It’s hard to say otherwise, but the best food that anybody will find at Citizens Bank Park is the cheesesteak from Tony Luke’s, located behind Section 147 in Ashburn’s Alley. As a local staple done right, fans who have tried the original location will be hard-pressed to tell the difference, which is a testament to how much MLB ballparks have stepped up their food game in recent years.


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Campo’s Philly Cheesesteaks is located a few steps away from Tony Luke’s and is the favorite of many Phillies fans. You can’t go wrong either way, and if it were our call, we’d tell you to find a friend, each go to one of the famous cheesesteak spots, and split the two to decide which is better, a la Geno’s and Pat’s.


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Local Favorite Food at Citizens Bank Park

Local Philly favorite bar and restaurant Chickie’s & Pete’s is serving up their famous crab fries for one of the best salty snacks you’ll find at any ballpark. They’re located on the field level in Ashburn Alley behind Section 102.


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New Food at Citizens Bank Park in 2019

Bryce Harper isn’t the only new thing about Citizens Bank Park that’s going to excite Philly fans this season. The ballpark has an array of new food to satisfy fans as they take in a game.

Perhaps the most notable new addition of them all is the Shake Shack, which is located right behind home plate, where you can walk right through the Pass and Stow to reach it. Enjoy their famous SmokeShack burger topped with bacon and spicy cherry peppers, their shakes (obviously), and crinkle cut fries right at their outpost, which seats up to 120 fans.


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The Weirdest Food at Citizens Bank Park

If you’re having a tough time deciding whether you want to eat something savory or sweet, head to Boardwalk Eats in left field for their donut burger, which is served on a glazed donut and with a spicy pepper jam.

The Best Dessert at Citizens Bank Park

For famous Philly chicken and donut purveyor Federal Donuts‘ famous fried chicken sandwiches and of course, donuts, head to their location located just behind Section 140 for some of the best food items at Citizens Bank Park and an absolute must-try for any out-of-towners who aren’t able to visit one of their now six other locations throughout The City of Brotherly Love.


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For the perfect ballpark dessert on a hot summer night, Rita’s Italian Ice is located behind Section 208, where you can grab yourself an wooder ice to cool you down.

Vegetarian & Vegan Food Options at Citizens Bank Park

Philly native Questlove will be bringing Questlove’s Cheesesteak to the ballpark this year, which is located behind sections 108 and 120. This version of a “cheesesteak” is made with Impossible 2.0 Meat and topped with cheese sauce and pepper relish. While it is vegetarian, it’s not vegan.


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Curry cauliflower lettuce wraps can be found at Harry the K’s Broadcast Bar & Grille at Left Field Gate, where you can enjoy this vegan lettuce wrap that’s stuffed with fried chickpeas and curry cauliflower. You may also find other healthy options at this location, so be sure to check it out if you have any dietary restrictions.

Where to Drink at Citizens Bank Park

If you’re looking for the perfect spot to enjoy a few drinks with friends, hit up the Pass and Stow, the large outdoor beer garden that’s located at the Third Base Gate and has replaced the departed McFadden’s (R.I.P.).  Here, you’ll find a full bar that also serves brick oven pizza from Foundry Pizza. With plenty of picnic table seating and TVs to go around, you can find yourself spending the majority of a ballgame at this area before realizing it’s time for the 7th inning stretch. This drinking space opens two hours prior to first pitch and stays open past the game’s end. Keep in mind that you must have a game ticket in order to be admitted into Pass and Stow.


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For a place to drink in the upper level of the ballpark, head to the High and Inside Pub behind Section 320 for a full bar within the ballpark’s confines.

Can I Bring Food or Drinks into Citizens Bank Park?

Per ballpark policy, fans are allowed to bring outside food into Citizens Bank Park, as well as unopened plastic bottles, baby bottles, and single-serve juice containers.

Can I Bring Bags, Containers, or Coolers into Citizens Bank Park?

Each guest is allowed to bring one (1) bag into the ballpark. No bags larger than 16″ x 16″ x 8″ will be permitted inside of Citizens Bank Park, nor will any hard-sided coolers, Styrofoam coolers, thermoses, or glass containers. Soft coolers no bigger than 16″ x 16″ x 8″ are allowed.

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