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What’s New to Eat at Citi Field, Home of the Mets, 2022 Edition

Get Patsy’s pizza, lobster rolls, and even vegan burgers at the stadium

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The 2022 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 Pig Beach. Beyond the food, the stadium has also upped its beverage game, partnering with Notorious Pink for its rosé options while also selling a range of local craft beers. Want to know where to eat and drink inside the stadium? Eater breaks down the newest menu options for baseball fans below.

Amazin’ Chicken Co: Chicken tenders and cheesy taters (with a trio of cheeses), truly a homegrown favorite. Field Level (Taste of the City)

Daruma: A variety of sushi, including salmon belly rolls and spicy crunchy tuna. Excelsior and Field levels

Fuku: A spicy chicken sandwich joins the Momouku-led fried chicken chain’s menu here. Delta and Field levels

Jacob’s Pickles: This Upper West Side favorite makes it debut with fried chicken biscuit sandwiches and fried pickles. Delta and Promenade levels

Lobster Shack: Classic lobster rolls with parsley aioli on split top bun. Section 104

Murray’s Mac & Cheese: One of NYC’s top sources for cheese joins for the first time with mac and cheese, of course, and variations on the favorite such as a Buffalo mac and cheese version. Promenade Level

Pat LaFrieda’s Chop House: A tomahawk carving station is introduced this season. Delta Level

Patsy’s Pizzera: A New York classic since 1933, Patsy’s offers favorite pies like the Original Cheese and pepperoni. Field Level (Taste of the City)

Pig Beach BBQ: In addition to the plethora of meat options, a new burger with a beef brisket and short blend is on the menu complemented by the “Bases Loaded” fries topped with pulled pork. Promenade Level

Shake Shack: The ShackBurger is on the menu, of course, but the Triple Play dessert’s baseball theme includes a cookies-and-cream shake. Field Level

Tacocina: Chicken tinga tacos are among the creative fillings at this mini chain of taco outlets. Field Level

Vegan City: Meatless Beyond burger patties and vegan nachos. Field Level (behind Section 105)

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Nathan’s hot dog
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What’s available 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

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Mister Softee
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