Victory Field Food

Victory Field Food

Best Food at Victory Field

Victory Field is home to the Indianapolis Indians Triple-A team at 501 W Maryland St, Indianapolis, IN 46225. The Indianapolis Indians are part of the International League (IL), and their MLB parent team is the Pittsburgh Pirates. Every season, Victory Field gets minor updates to make the ballpark experience even better for family and friends when they visit. One of the ways the organization updates the ballpark is by enhancing the food and drink options fans can get when they visit the ballpark.

 

Here is the complete Victory Field Food guide for your next game.

 

Classic Victory Field Food

Classic Victory Field Food

  • Victory Field Classic Eats: Standard ballpark favorites, including hot dogs, hamburgers, fries, cheeseburgers, pretzels, popcorn, soda, water, beer, and more in sections 103, 104, 116, and the outfield area
  • Home Plate Pizzeria: Classic Italian pizza slices, soda, water, beer, and more in section 114
  • The Range: Chicken tenders, black bean burgers, cheeseburgers, fries, cheese cups, grilled chicken sandwiches, fries, chips, cracker jacks, bratwurst, veggie hot dogs, nachos, peanuts, and more in section 117 and the outfield
  • Beer Carts: There are numerous beer carts around the venue selling a wide range of drinks to enjoy on game day

 

New Food at Victory Field

New Food at Victory Field

  • Top Taco: Tacos with chicken, beef, and more at the first base side of the concourse
  • Burger Kitchen: Premium burgers, fries, soda, water, beer, and more in section 111
  • Loop & Kernel: Premium popcorn in section 1111
  • Beer Bats: Fans looking for a 24 oz souvenir beer bat can head to section 112. As a note, these bats can sellout during a game, so plan to get this early during a game if you want this souvenir
  • Frozen Cocktails: Fans looking for boozy frozen cocktails can head to the Hornitos Margarita Stand in section 112
  • Beam Cocktail Cart: Fans looking for wine can head to section 117
  • Sun King Wal Thru Brew: Serving up craft beer and more on the second deck first base side of the venue

 

Classic Dessert Choices

  • Candy: Fans looking to get candy to eat during a game day can find them in sections 106, 114, and the center field area
  • Rowdies Ice Cream: Serving up classic ice cream flavors, the ice cream helmet sundae, and more to enjoy in sections 106, 114, and the outfield
  • Dippin Dots: The classic ice cream treat at section 112
  • Kona Ice: Shaved ice cream out in the right-field patio area

 

Can Fans Bring Outside Food or Beverages into Victory Field

Fans can bring outside food into the venue if they sit in Victory Field’s lawn area. Visit the FAQ section to get the full breakdown on bringing outside food into the Minor League Ballpark.

 

Also, be sure to visit the Victory Field Bag Policy Guide to see what bags can come into the ballpark.

 

Popular Bars and Restaurants Near the MiLB Ballpark

Many restaurants are within walking distance of Victory Field to check out before or after a game. Some nearby places include OP Italian, Tavern on South, 1913 Restaurant, and Loughmiller’s Pub and Eatery.

 

Also, Tavern on South sits directly next to Lucas Oil Stadium, so visit that place if you want to see the NFL stadium for the Indianapolis Colts.

 

Popular Matches Against the Indianapolis Indians

Catching an Indianapolis Indians game with your family will always be a treat. If you want the most bang for your buck, visit the venue during a promotion that best interests you. Visit this link to see what the promotions are at the ballpark.

 

What is the Max Seating Capacity at the Venue?

The max seating capacity at the MiLB ballpark is 14,230. However, that number of 14,230 factors in lawn and standing room areas at the ballpark. Therefore, the actual capacity of the venue is around 12k via actual seats.