Top Stadium Food In Philadelphia

September 18, 2012 6:38 PM

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Gone are the days of going to a game only to eat hot dogs and pizza from a cardboard box. Today, instead of scarfing ballpark food that tastes like the container it comes in, enjoy a plethora of delicious options just for Philly fans.
Bull’s BBQ at Citizens Bank Park
One Citizens Bank Way
Philadelphia, PA 19148
(215) 463-1000
www.phillies.com

Bull’s BBQ is located in Ashburn Alley, but if you don’t want to wander all the way to the alley, stop by the couple of Bull’s BBQ Express stands scattered around the stadium. Enjoy hot dogs, the Bull’s sampler barbecue plate, chicken, mac n cheese, barbecue sandwiches, Bull dogs and turkey legs. Then cool off with an ice-cold serving of Turkey Hill ice cream. Best of all, there’s a chance you’ll spot four-time all-star Greg Luzinski roaming around the concession stand! Find Bull’s near the Right Field Gate, in section 209/309 and in section 315/415.

Chickie’s and Pete’s Famous Crabfries at Citizens Bank Park
One Citizens Bank Way
Philadelphia, PA 19148
(215) 463-1000
www.chickiesandpetes.com

A trip to the game isn’t complete unless you experience the joy of Chickie’s and Pete’s much-loved Crabfries. This seafood experiment gone right was such an instant hit that it became the first of Chickie’s and Pete’s patented dishes, phenomenal with or without cheese sauce. Philly fans can grab some Crabfries at Citizens Bank Park, Lincoln Financial Field or the Wells Fargo Center along with several locations in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Chickie’s and Pete’s is located in Ashburn Alley and the Hall of Fame Club in Citizens Bank Park, section 102, 204, 216, and in the AT&T Pavillion in the Wells Fargo Center section 102, 114, 119, 126, 229 and 241, as well as Club Level Sections 4, 17 and 26.

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Tony Luke’s at Lincoln Financial Field
1020 Pattison Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19148
(215) 339-6700
www.tonylukes.com

A trip to a Philly ballpark isn’t complete without enjoying the delicious, juicy, fresh taste of an old-school Philly-style cheesesteak. Check out Tony Luke’s at Citizens Bank Park and Lincoln Financial Field for cheese steaks and curly fries, or a roast pork and broccoli rabe that’s to die for–and worth the wait if there’s a line. Tony Jr.,  his dad Tony Senior and his brother Nick worked together to create a mouth-watering legend you absolutely must enjoy this season.

Citizens Bank Park (Vegetarian)
One Citizen’s Bank Way
Philadelphia, PA 19148
(215) 218-5100
www.philadelphia.phillies.mlb.com

Citizens Bank Park reclaimed its title and came in first place in the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals’ rankings of vegetarian-friendly parks this year. Unlike most traditional ballparks, vegetarians can get lost in a sea of options while at Citizens Bank Park. Options include vegetarian beef tacos, guacamole, salsa, black beans, pit beef, vegan chicken steaks, faux chicken patty sandwiches, Italian vegetable grinders, veggie dogs and a non-meat version of a cheesesteak. Check out Harry the K’s and feast on a toasted vegetable grinder, eggplant cutlet, black bean char-grilled burger, or a classic Caesar salad.

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Cadillac Grille at the Wells Fargo Center
3601 S. Broad St.
Philadelphia, PA 19148
(800) 298-4200
www.wellsfargocenterphilly.com

The Cadillac Grille is not your average stadium food (i.e. chilli cheese fries and hotdogs) but a high-end steak restaurant. It allows you to enjoy the game or music event while dining on delicious food and experiencing great service. Cadillac Grille is also a great place to grab a snack or a drink before a game and is known for its grand views of the arena and members-only privileges. Save this one for a special night on the town.

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Joanne Apice is a full-time benefits manager with 20 years of experience in Human Resources. She earned the Certified Employee Benefit Specialist designation from Wharton School and the International Foundation. A lifelong learner, PA Accident and Health, Life and Fixed Annuities Licensed, she navigates the employee benefit maze daily in Philadelphia. Her work can be found at Examiner.com.

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