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Where to Eat at Petco Park

Here’s a guide to the tasty treats offered at the stadium as Padres fans take in the 2015 baseball season

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    Major League Baseball season sure makes a fan hungry. In San Diego, fans can root for the Padres while snacking on many scrumptious concessions at Petco Park in downtown San Diego.

    For the 2015 season, fans can enjoy everything from traditional peanuts and Cracker Jacks to fish tacos fit for America’s Finest City.

    This year, new stadium eateries include Pizza Port, The Patio, Swell Coffee Roasting Co. and a Deep Eddy Vodka “Hideaway” – a seating area and vodka bar tucked in left field corner terrace.

    Several concession stands at the ballpark – including Friar Franks, Diego Dogs and K Street Grill – will offer your traditional hot dogs, nachos and pretzels.

    Anthony’s Fish Grotto at Field Level 102 and Field Level 206 serves fish tacos, fried shrimp and calamari, among other seafood. The Food Network Cart (Field Level 121) offers a blue cheese steak sandwich and a chipotle lime steak sandwich.

    Meanwhile, The Pier/El Pueblo at Field Level 222 is a Mexican cantina offering south-of-the-border specialties. Mexican food (think quintessential San Diego burritos) is also available at Lucha Libre
    (Field Level 215) and Padres Mexican Café (Field Level 319).

    For BBQ at the ballpark, try Randy Jones BBQ at Field Level 213 or Phil’s BBQ at Field Level 113. For delicious, juicy hamburgers, head over to Hodad’s at Field Level 203.

    Fans with a sweet tooth can get their fix at lots of sweet spots scattered throughout the stadium. This includes Suh-wheet (Field Level 206), Sweet Spot (Field Level 328), Rita’s Italian Ice (multiple stands throughout the park) and the Baked Bear (Field Level 123), specializing in gourmet ice cream sandwiches.

    To warm up during the breezier night games, Ryan Bros. Coffee stands offer coffee, tea and other specialty drinks.

    The 21+ fans can quench their thirst at one of the many wine, beer and spirits stands throughout the stadium. This includes El Agave Mission Tequila Bar (Field Level 119 and 122), Wines at the Park (Field Level 104), Craft Beers of San Diego (Field Level 119 and 213), Ballast Point Beer Garden (Field Level 103) or Stone World Bistro (Field Level 309), among many, many options.

    Fans looking for healthier snacks have some options as well, including wraps, salads and fruit available at Friar Fit (Field Level 101), plus gluten-free hot dogs, burgers and pretzels available at the Gluten-Free Stand (Field Level 104).

    Needless to say, fans will not go hungry at the ballpark this season. So, eat your hearts out, Padres fans. And pass the nachos.

    What’s your favorite Petco Park snack? Comment in the section below. For a full list of Petco Park concessions, click here.