Are there Gluten Free options at the Padres stadium? Yes, the San Diego Padres take care of all their fans!
Here’s our guide to the craft beers and microbrews in and around Petco Park, featuring facts and tips for beer lovers visiting San Diego Padres games.
Where to eat at Petco Park. A guide to the best peanuts, Cracker Jacks and fish tacos at San Diego’s famous ballpark.
Ballast Point Beer Garden has opened a beer garden for Padres fans in 2013, featuring four brews in cans.
This Friday is the first San Diego Padres Ultimate Cookout of the 2013 Season. Great! But what is this “cookout” of which we speak? And what makes it the “ultimate”? Find out.
The best places to eat in downtown San Diego before or after a Padres game. Restaurants listed in order of proximity to Petco Park.
The famous local favorite, Hodad’s, now serves it’s award-winning Best Hamburgers in San Diego right inside Petco Park.
Yes, water, juice or milk in plastic bottles 20 ounces or smaller are allowed. The container must be sealed. Glass bottles, cans, thermoses and alcoholic beverages are prohibited.
At all home games in 2009, you can purchase a meal of five items for five dollars. Hand over your hard-earned $5 and you will get a hot dog, peanuts, popcorn, cookie and soda.
Concession stand food is a pricey investment and Petco Park is no exception. Choose wisely.