Petco Park Concessions 2023

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Home runs don’t always come easy but you can always count on Petco Park to deliver delicious concessions and tasty food options for Padres fans. With only a few hours to work with, knowing what to eat is an essential part of your game plan.

Each year, some venues bow out to make room for new food and beverage stands in the stadium. It’s always exciting to learn about what’s new. To get an early taste of new concessions and menu items for 2023, plan on attending this year’s Padres FanFest.

Once the new concessions are announced for 2023, we’ll post them here!

Newest Concessions

Local flavor is what Petco Park is all about. New San Diego-based vendors in 2022 included Negihama Sushi, Sambazon for acai bowls as well as acai margaritas, Jack in the Box (yes it is local, founded in 1951 by a San Diegan) and Holy Paleta frozen pops from Bonita.

Another new concession last year: San Diego’s Finest Hot Chicken for spicy fried chicken sandwiches and Cucina Stella: for great Neapolitan-style pizza, garlic knots and handmade meatball sandwiches.

Fans at Petco Park can access food and drink info through the MLB Ballpark App on their cellphone and use it to purchase food, drinks and other items.

For increased safety, there will be no vendors walking the aisles selling beer, peanuts, popcorn, cotton candy, ice cream etc.


As of 2022, pricing subject to change, to give you an idea of the current food and drink costs this year:
Hot Dog (Friar Frank) $7.50
Chicken Tenders $13
Lil’ Slugger Kids Meal $8.50
Budweiser / Bud Light $13
Bottled Dasani Water $5
Soft Pretzel $7.50
Bottomless popcorn $10
Ballpark nachos $8
Dunkin’ Coffee $5
Ice Cream in a Helmet $9
What follows is a guide to the best peanuts, Cracker Jacks and fish tacos at San Diego’s famous ballpark to help you map out your in-game eating. For places to eat outside the stadium, view our guide to restaurants near Petco Park. Here’s our gluten-free guide. If your idea of food is simply “beer,” read our Petco Park local and craft beer guide. If your idea of food is simply “vegetables,” read our vegan and vegetarian guide. The following information is not yet confirmed for the 2022 season.

Field Level

Grand Ole BBQ
Section 113
Local — Follow your nose to find borracho fries, smoked brisket and pulled pork.

Negihama Sushi
Mercado / Section 102
Local — Fresh grab-and-go sushi from the sister resaurant of Uni Sushi in Mission Valley.

Cucina Stella
Mercado / Section 102
Naples-style pizzeria, garlic knots, handmade meatball sandwich

Section 109
Local — Acai bowls including Amazon Superberry and Peanut Butter Power, along with Acai Margaritas. (Vegetarian friendly)

Mister Softee
Section 104, 115, 121
Soft Serve ice cream in a helmet, floats

Mercado / Section 102
Sparkling, white and red wines by the glass or bottle

Jack & Craft
Section 117
Beer and desserts, including freshly made caramel corn

The Porch
Section 124
Beers by Pacifico

Craft Beers of San Diego
Section 107
Local craft beer and microbrews

Randy Jones BBQ
Section 101, 119, Gallagher Square
Local — Beef brisket, hot dogs and other bbq-sauced grillables

Elite seating and view with Brandt New York-style steak sandwich, BLTA, carne asada tacos, smoked portobello tacos and full bar

Local — Cocktails from San Diego-based distillery

Bumblebee Seafood Cart
Section 119
Tuna melts, seafood salad

Gaglione Brothers
Section 124, Gallagher Square
Local — Cheesesteaks! Garlic Fries!

Budweiser Ballpark Eats
Multiple Locations
Local Tarantino Hot Dogs and Sausages, Veggie Dogs, nachos, pretzels, coffee, beer (Vegetarian friendly)

Multiple Locations
Beer and a souvenir. Twenty four inches tall, 26 ounces of San Diego’s finest.

Mercado / Section 102, 131
Local — Hamburgers from famous San Diego institution (Vegetarian friendly)

Section 105
Local — Freshest spot for Cardiff’s famous BBQ tri-tip, hot bar+health options.Flatbreads, salads, fresh fruit, fresh juices, wine and craft beer (Vegetarian friendly)

Seaside Market Tri-Tip
Section 110, 124, 129
Local — Kiosks with famous BBQ tri-tip

Section 127
Local — Sweet, freshly baked gourmet cookies and ice cream sandwiches.

Blue Water Seafood Market & Grill
Section 117
Local — Fish tacos and sandwiches

Carnitas’ Snack Shack
Section 128
Local — Some of the best carnitas in San Diego

Puesto Mexican
Section 107, 119, 120
Local — Grab the braised short rib taco, margaritas, birria, guacamole, al pastor burrito.
Holy Paleta
Section 112
Local — Locally sourced frozen popsicles with exotic flavors from lavendar lemonde to pineapple mojito pops.

Toyota Terrace (Second level)

Friar Franks
Section 233
Tarantino hot dogs, beer, soft drinks, nachos, pretzels. Try the bacon-wrapped

Board and Brew
Section 205
Local — The best sandwiches in North County San Diego come to Petco (Vegetarian friendly)

The Still + Blue Water Seafood
Section 220
Local — Poke, sushi and cocktails

The Draft by Ballast Point
Section 207
Food, Ballast Point’s full lineup including Hot Hen sandwiches, outdoor seating

Section 230
Local — Hamburgers from famous San Diego institution (Vegetarian friendly)

Craft Beers of San Diego
Section 211, 229
Local beer selection

Pizza Port
Section 213
Pizza, Pizza Port Beer, Garlic Beer Buddies — no breath mints though!

Mr Softee
Section 215
East-coast ice cream, floats and more

Budweiser Patio
Section 227
Baseball’s original King of Beers will not die without a fight!

Budweiser Ballpark Eats
Section 208, 211, 233
Hot Dogs, Veggie Dogs, ballpark standards, pretzels, nachos, Coffee (Vegetarian friendly)

Section 217
Finer ballpark food and drink, no view of the field

Randy Jones BBQ
Section 204
Beef brisket, hot dogs and other bbq-sauced grillables

Barrio Dogg
Section 204, Gallagher Square
Local — A fan favorite, try the Tijuana-style El Xolito bacon-wrapped hot dogs. (Vegetarian friendly)

Brigantine Seafood & Oyster Bar
Section 204
Local — Fresh fish at a ballpark? Only in San Diego!

Budweiser Patio
Section 227
The king of beers, ensuring plenty of long lines in the right field bathroom.

Zenbu Sushi Bar
Section 224
Local — Sushi at a baseball game? In San Diego, yes!

Jack & Craft
Section 226
Beer and desserts, including freshly made caramel corn

Carnitas’ Snack Shack
Section 228
Local — Some of the best carnitas in San Diego

Upper Deck / Third Level

Section 323
Local — San Diego’s home grown fast-food chain is serving tacos, chicken strips, curly fries and other menu favorites plus a signature Purple Haze cocktail.

Hot Hen spicy fried chicken sandos with fuego sauce, pickles and Fresno chile slaw on a brioche bun.

Section 300, 325
Local — Hamburgers from famous San Diego institution (Vegetarian friendly)

Seaside Market Tri-Tip
Section 308, 322, 327
Local — Famous BBQ tri-tip

Wonderland Ocean Pub
Section 309
Local — New outpost for the OB neighborhood spot with great view

Dippin Dots
Section 320
Flash-frozen beads of ice cream

Friar Franks
Section 315, 326
Assorted hot dogs, nachos, soft drinks, beer, ballpark food

Pizza Port
Section 311, 320
Local favorite for pizza and beer

Randy Jones BBQ
Section 303, 306, 321
Beef brisket, hot dogs and other bbq-sauced grillables

Craft Beers of San Diego
Section 303, 328

Mr Softee
Section 311, 320
Soft Serve ice cream, floats and more

Gaglione Brothers
Section 319
Local — Cheesesteaks!

Budweiser Ballpark Eats
Section 304, 310, 316, 324
Hot Dogs, Veggie Dogs, ballpark standards, pretzels, nachos, Coffee (Vegetarian friendly)

Western Metal Building

Western Metal Supply Co.
Hot dogs, sausages, nachos, a full bar, and beer

Overwhelmed? Here are the top most recommended foods to eat at Petco Park. Also yes you can bring water as well as outside food. And here is where the restrooms are located.

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