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Where to Eat at Citi Field, Home of the Mets, 2019 Edition

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Get Fuku sandwiches, Mister Softee cones, and even Detroit-style pizza at the stadium

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The 2019 baseball season has arrived, which means the return of stadium food with it. In Citi Field, New York Mets fans will be fueled by plenty of old-school favorites — as well as some hot newcomers like Emmy Squared. Beyond the food, the stadium has also upped its drink game, partnering with Ramona to have wine spritzer cans available at every bar, plus an outpost from beloved brewery Mikkeller on the ground floor that’s open to the public. Want to know where to eat and drink inside the stadium? Eater breaks it down for you below.

100 Sections/Field Level

The best new-school concessions

Shake Shack: Danny Meyer’s fast-casual burger chain, truly a homegrown favorite. Taste of the City

Blue Smoke: Southern-influenced barbecue from another Danny Meyer restaurant. Taste of the City

Fuku: Fried chicken sandwiches from celebrity restaurateur David Chang. Section 141

Emmy Squared: One of the city’s best dry-aged burgers. No pizza here. Section 104

Bash Burger by Chef Josh Capon: Award-winning burgers from chef Josh Capon. Section 135

Pat LaFrieda’s Original Filet Mignon Steak Sandwich: Filet mignon steak sandwiches from a meat master. Section 139

Dole Whip: Popular pineapple-infused fro-yo treat that’s served at Disney parks. Section 121

Emmy Squared burger
Emmy Squared burger
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The best classic concessions

Pastrami: Pretzel braid, popcorn, peanuts, Cracker Jacks, ice cream, and beverages including beers, coffee, and hot chocolate. Section 125

Box Frites: Belgian-style frites stand. Taste of the City

City Steaks Cheesesteak: New Jersey cheesesteak restaurant. Section 132

Nachos: They serve just that. Section 128

Sausage: Hot or sweet sausages, plus peanuts. Sections 106, 115, 120, 130

The Kernel: Popcorn stand. Sections 110 & 125.

Where to drink

Empire State Craft: Local craft beers. Section 132

Jim Beam Bourbon Bar: Where to go for whiskey. Section 141

Cantina: Ginger lime margaritas, passion coladas, daiquiris, and sangria. Taste of the City

Kosher, vegetarian/vegan, and gluten-free options

Hain Celestial: Gluten-free fare like veggie burgers. World’s Fare Market, Section 104

Kosher: Sections 115 & 130

Big Mozz: Mozzarella sticks. Section 132

Papa Rosso: Margherita pizzas. Taste of the City, Section 140

300 Sections/Excelsior Level

The best new-school concessions

Mister Softee: Ice cream cups, waffle cones, and helmets, plus milkshakes. Section 305

Mr Softee
Mister Softee
Nick Solares/Eater

The best classic concessions

Nathan’s: Now world-famous hot dogs and crinkle fries. Sections 310, 312, 321, 325, 327, 337

Sausage: Section 309

Dan & John’s Wings: Buffalo chicken wings. Section 335.

Where to drink

Empire State Craft: Craft beers. Coke Corner, Section 304

Hornitos Bar: Full bar service. Section 311

Effen Vodka Bar: Vodka cocktails. Section 327

400 & 500 Sections/Promenade Level

The best new-school concessions

Mister Softee: Ice cream cups, waffle cones, and helmets, plus milkshakes. Section 412

Pat LaFrieda’s Original Filet Mignon Steak Sandwich: Filet mignon steak sandwiches from a meat master. Section 415

Emmy Squared: Detroit-style square pizza. No burger here. Section 412

Aa hand holds two hot dogs in buns in paper containers about to apply mustard.
Nathan’s hot dog
Robert Sietsema/Eater NY

The best classic concessions

Nathan’s: Hot dogs and crinkle fries. Sections 402, 404, 406, 408, 417, 421, 423, 425, 431, 433, 435

Sliders and Stinkers: Burger sliders and fries. Section 413.

City Steaks Cheesesteak: Jersey cheesesteak sandwiches. Section 414

Nachos: Sections 414 & 421

Sausage: Sections 403, 408, 415, 428, 432

Pastrami: Section 418

Where to drink

Empire State Craft: Craft beers. Section 419

Vegetarian and kosher options

Kosher: Section 408

Goya Burrito Bar: Bean, rice, and vegetable burritos, bowls, or nachos. Section 414

Citi Field

123-01 Roosevelt Avenue, Queens, NY 11368 (718) 507-8499 Visit Website

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