T-Mobile Park Food

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Best Food at T-Mobile Park

T-Mobile Park (originally Safeco Field) is home to the MLB Seattle Mariners in Seattle, Washington. The venue, which sits next to Lumen Field (Seattle Seahawks NFL Venue), is out in the SoDo district, a culturally vibrant area with tons of great food. The Seattle Mariners made sure to bring the authentic SoDo food selection into their ballpark, which is why T-Mobile Park has some of the best ballpark food in the game to enjoy. In addition to great ballpark food, T-Mobile Park is now completely cashless. Here is the breakdown of some of the best food options to get at a Mariners game.

 

Classic T-Mobile Park Food Choices

 

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  • Classics: Hot dogs, peanuts, pretzels, garlic fries, fries, popcorn, and more throughout the park in the concession stands.
  • Li’l Woody’s Burgers & Shakes: Classic milkshakes, fries, burgers, veggie burgers, and more out in The ‘Pen
  • Ballard Pizza: Out in the right field sit-down restaurant, fans can enjoy personal New York-sized pizzas including cheese, pepperoni, veggie, and more.
  • Caffé Vita Coffee: A Seattle Washington favorite since 1995, fans can enjoy the delicious coffee and more in many concession stands around the venue
  • Rolling Roof: Offering popcorn, peanuts, junior dogs, and small nachos behind center field. The Rolling Roof is the most affordable food option for fans and families to enjoy at the ballpark.

 

New Food at T-Mobile Park

  • Fat’s Chicken: Serving up hot chicken sandwiches, fried chicken strips, fries, and more out in The ‘Pen
  • Paseo Caribbean Sandwiches: Caribbean sandwiches with onions, cilantro, jalapeno, cheese, corn, lettuce, meat, and more out in Edgar’s Cantina and Home Run Porch
  • Sultan of Sandwich & The Natural: Offering the Grand Slam Salami sandwich out in section 105
  • Magenta Mojo: Fans looking for a delicious and refreshing drink with a kick need to head to The ‘Pen, Terrace Club Lounges, and the Lookout Landing for cocktails and margaritas.
  • Din Tai Fung: Serving up Chinese dumplings and wonton soup out in section 132
  • Way Back Crab Shack: Crab fries, clam chowder, draft beers, and more out in section 187
  • The Natural Concession Stand: Offering fans gluten-free salads, veggies, cheese, and more
  • Sake Rok: Offering delicious sushi rolls for fans to enjoy at the ballpark 

 

Classic Dessert Choices

 

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  • The Frozen Rope: Serving up ice cream sandwich cookies out in section 132
  • Shug’s: Mariner fans looking to take a step back in time can enjoy ice cream floats out in The ‘Pen and section 152
  • CB’s Nuts: Serving up slow-roasted nuts in small cups for fans to enjoy
  • On Deck Donuts: Minu donuts with a wide range of toppings out in section 132

 

Can You Bring Your Food into T-Mobile Park?

Previously, fans were able to bring food into the stadium before 2021. However, According to MLB.com, fans can’t bring outside food into T-Mobile Park as of 2021. There are no announcements if this will change or not in 2021.

 

Conclusion

In conclusion, T-Mobile Park is one of the best baseball Major League Baseball venues in the game today. With the retractable roof keeping fans nice and dry with the frequent rainy Washington State weather, you can sit back and enjoy everything that the stadium has to offer. The food options at the ballpark might be the best in the game, so you are in for a treat when you visit!

 

Finally, fans should be familiar with the T-Mobile Park parking situation near 1250 1st Ave S, Seattle, WA 98134. If you check out that parking link, you can secure a parking space before getting to the park. Securing a parking spot ahead of time makes the most sense for fans unfamiliar with the venue.