• Stadium food inside Braves' SunTrust Park

    By: Wendy Corona


    Baseball food will be much more than hot dogs, peanuts and crackerjacks at the new SunTrust Park.

    Delaware North Sportservice is the parks food source provider and will be offering a variety of fan-favorite ball park concession stands and restaurants. The food is sourced from more than 40 Atlanta farms and urban gardens.

    Channel 2’s Wendy Corona visited the new home of the Braves and got a taste of most the foods options being served up.


    Coors Light Chop House will offer fans a sports bar atmosphere where they can dine, drink and watch the game right inside SunTrust Park.

    You can look forward to a variety of culinary choices coming to the ballpark including sushi, turkey wraps, sausages, smoked BBQ, pork butts, street tacos, Asian noodles and dumplings at place like Intentional Wok for example.

    Satisfy your cravings with Italian food options like pizza, cannoli and breadsticks, house cut French fries, Chick-fil-A and even a Waffle House stand.

    Concessions in the park include pimento cheese patty melts, Nashville hot chicken, blackened catfish po’ boy tacos, fried tomahawk pork chops, potato rolls, collard green slaw and white BBQ sauce, to name a few.

    Tomahawk Terrapin Taproom comes to SunTrust Park with several selections of signature beers and will be featuring Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q, named the best barbecue in Atlanta by a host of publications. You can expect Texas heat and southern spice.

    Adjacent to the Taproom outside of the right field gate entrance of SunTrust Park you’ll find the ATL Brew Lab, a microbrewery experimenting with different styles including some special baseball-themed brands. Guest will sip flavors that cannot be found anywhere else.

    The Terrapin Taproom and ATL Brew Lab are the result of a partnership between the Atlanta Braves and MillerCoors.

    Experience creative and innovative foods like soft pretzels in the shape of an Atlanta ‘A’.

    Try a meal from a culinary star when you eat at  Chef Hugh Acheson’s First and Third Hot Dog and Sausage shack. The shack will serve locally sourced hotdogs and sausages from Austell, Georgia. Guest can expect artisanal flavors including Andouille, Merguez, house made chow-chow and radish-serrano salads.

    Restaurants 1871 Grille will be serving goodies like burgers, snacks, soda and beer for more traditional fan favorites.

    It takes a team effort to fill the bellies of tens-of-thousands who will fill the stadium come opening day, said Corona.

    Braves team president John Schuerholz said to expect first rate everything.

    With over 200 culinarians cooking up tasty treats, every fan may be able to satisfy their craving at SunTrust Park.

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