Best Food at Rogers Centre
Rogers Centre (previously Skydome) is the MLB ballpark home of the Toronto Blue Jays. The Blue Jays are currently playing home games in Buffalo, New York, but will eventually return to Canada once the Canadian border opens. When the Blue Jays are good, you can expect Rogers Centre to be rocking with fans. Here are some of the best food options to consider when catching a Blue Jays game at Rogers Centre.
Classic Rogers Centre Food
- Classics: Hot Dogs, Burgers, Nachos, soft pretzel, popcorn, and classic beer is ample up in the upper deck, which is the 500 level
- MYM Gourmet Frites: The traditional poutine dish that can be found throughout the stadium
New Food At Rogers Centre
- Streetcar Tacos: Serving up soft tacos with beef, chicken, cheese, and more out in section 537
- 12 Kitchen: Kettle chips with corn, salsa, jalapenos, cheese, and more out in section 215
- Shopsy’s Deli: Out in section 125 at the stadium, fans can get pastrami, corned beef, and smoked meat sandwiches
- Big Smoke Food: Offering fans fresh fruit and salads along with a wide range of veggie options
- The Hogtown Stak: Potatoes, pulled pork, bacon, and more
- Roundhouse Carvery and Bar: Offering fans a wide selection of beers to enjoy. Fans should remember that the Blue Jays will stop serving beer after the 7th inning during a baseball game.
- Muddy York Market: BBQ chicken nachos, Korean sandwich, veggie hot dogs, gyros veggie burgers, and veggie pizza out in section 109
Classic Dessert Choices
- Soft Serve Ice Cream: Fans looking for vanilla and chocolate ice cream in a Blue Jays souvenir cup can find plenty of stands selling ice cream throughout the venue
- T.O. Street Eats: Out in section 134, fans can dive into churros with vanilla ice cream
Can you Bring Your Own Food Into the Stadium?
According to MLB.com, fans can bring outside food into the stadium. Any food brought into the stadium in a bag can’t exceed 16″ x 16″ x 8″. As always, the Blue Jays staff has the right to search any food or drink you to try and bring into the venue for a game.
Catching a Blue Jays game is always a treat for fans of the Blue Jays and visiting fans. When the roof is open, fans can see the C.N. tower looming over the right field. The retractable roof also ensures fans that the game won’t be rained out, making planning a trip much more manageable.
Another neat addition to the ballpark is the Marriott hotel out in the center field. Fans can spend money to rent out a room that overlooks the playing field, which is neat. Check out the hotel information in this link if you want to learn more about this opportunity.
Fans looking to find Rogers Centre Parking tips can visit that link. The official address of the venue out in downtown Toronto (near the Maple Leaf’s venue and Hockey Hall of Fame) and sits out at 1 Blue Jays Way, Toronto, ON M5V 1J1, Canada. Finally, you can check out my Rogers Centre review if you want to see what I think of the venue.