Cravory Cookies at Petco Park

Posted in 2022 in

Cravory CookiesSnacks have always been an integral part of the baseball stadium experience. Petco Park stepped up its game in this department something sweet that perfectly complements the sunny San Diego experience: The Cravory.

Cravory cookies are fresh and delicious. They are made locally from scratch with King Arthur flour and Belgian chocolate. And the menu is extraordinarily creative. Savory yet sweet. Gourmet yet accessible. Each new creation a masterpiece on a cookie canvas.


Locals first got a taste of Cravory cookies at farmers markets throughout San Diego, starting back in 2009. Their stands consistently drew crowds thanks to a generous sample policy and unique and colorful creations. The first store opened in 2014 on the other side of the harbor in Point Loma, followed by stores in Poway and near SDSU. They made their arrival in Petco Park in 2020.

Petco Park Location

The Petco Park outpost is now located on the right field line next to section 127. The Cravory is open one hour before the first pitch through 8th inning.

What To Order

Menu includes a variety of cookies, ice cream and beverages. Highlights include the Ultimate Chocolate Chip, distinctive blue Cookie Monster and funfetti-rainbow-sprinkle-adorned Birthday Cake cookies, along with ice cream sandwiches and ice cream sundaes (with a cookie on top!). The ice cream is locally made as well, crafted with Cravory cookies inside. Flavors of ice cream: Cookie Monster, Birthday Cake, Vanilla, Chocolate and Cookies & Cream.

Don’t come to San Diego without trying a Cravory cookie. It is one of the best signature items to eat at Petco for 2022.

The cookies can be shipped nationwide as well.

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