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Insiders Guide to Best Food and Drinks inside T-Mobile Park (And New Options for the Mariners 2023 Season)

Insiders Guide to Best Food and Drinks inside T-Mobile Park (And New Options for the Mariners 2023 Season)

Post created April 30, 2023

T-Mobile Park is known for having some of the best food in any of the Major League Ballparks. Get delicious classics like hot dogs, peanuts, and Cracker Jack. You’ll also find Chinese bao, loaded baked potatoes, crab fries, and even toasted grasshoppers (yes, really)! Needless to say, you should come to this ballpark hungry.

2023 has brought a ton of new food and drink options to T-Mobile Park along with delightful add-ons to menus at several popular vendors.

If you’re a dedicated Mariners fan attending as many home games as possible, or you’re visiting for the 2023 All-Star Games, you’ve gotta try the food at T-Mobile Park. Here are the top spots to add to your list!

The Best Food and Drinks in T-Mobile Park and New Options for 2023

Walk-Off Markets

Grab your food and go at the Walk-Off Markets! (Credit Image: SeattleTravel.com)

The Walk-Off Markets debuted in 2022, but several more have been added for the 2023 season. These are a godsend for people who want to grab their food and get to their seats without the hassle of waiting in long lines.

Walk-Off Markets are exactly what they sound like. Simply scan your card to enter, grab what you like, and Amazon’s “Just Walk Out” technology will charge you for what you take. Options include hot dogs, salads and wraps, bao, poke bowls, the new “Ham Swaggerty” sandwich (named after player Sam Haggerty), and more. Make a point to check out these quick and convenient spots.

Value Menu

Looking for budget-friendly food options that don’t cost an arm and a leg? The Value Menu is perfect for money-conscious attendees. You can get a hot dog, fountain drink, nachos, and more at a Mariners game for under $5. 

For 2023, new items on the Value Menu include ice cream sandwiches, and healthier choices like apple slices, carrots and ranch, and pretzels and hummus.

Din Tai Fung 

Din Tai Fung is arguably one of the most popular food vendors in the park, and die-hard fans will be happy to know they’ve expanded. There are now two Din Tai Fung locations in the ballpark at The Pen and Section 132. Enjoy chicken fried rice, pork and vegetable bao, and delectable spicy wonton soup from this top-rated spot.

Edgar’s Cantina

Edgar’s at T-Mobile Park (Image Credit: SeattleTravel.com)

Another longtime ballpark favorite, Edgar’s Cantina serves tacos del barrio, quesadillas, tostadas, and the aforementioned grasshoppers. The grasshoppers are toasted and coated in a chili-lime seasoning. They’re a popular, home-run kinda choice for adventurous eaters. 

As far as new choices, the shrimp quesadilla and crunchy fish taquitos hold their own next to other menu items at Edgar’s Cantina.

Tacos at T-Mobile Park (Image Credit: SeattleTravel.com)

MOTO Pizza

If there’s a single new food spot in T-Mobile Park that people are most excited about, it’s the pizza joint coming to the ballpark in May. MOTO Pizza is a local favorite known for serving “Seattle’s Odd Pizza.” 

The Detroit-style pizzas have perfectly golden crusts and unusual flavors. One particular pizza has pork belly, chimichurri sauce, and banana ketchup. It’s difficult to get MOTO Pizza on a regular basis (pre-orders sell out fast and open months in advance). Luckily, you’ll be able to get it by the slice within minutes at the ballpark.

Salt and Straw

Make sure you try Salt and Straw’s T-Mobile exclusive flavor (Image Credit: SeattleTravel.com)

Enjoy a scoop of Salt and Straw ice cream if you’ve got a sweet tooth. For 2023, the ice creamery added an exclusive T-Mobile Park flavor. The new Beecher’s flagship cheese with apple pie cinnamon rolls is 100% worth trying. Flavors rotate, but other options have included marionberry coconut sherbet, chocolate gooey brownie, and sea salt with caramel ribbons.

Chick Chick Boom

Put Chick Chick Boom on your list if you’re craving chicken. This fun new spot has an “emoji-fied” menu, a clever and quirky way to list their offerings. Try the new chicken sandwich, chicken tenders, waffle fries, and garlic waffle fries along with a special “Mind Blown” sauce to compliment everything.

Marination

Marination is a popular Hawaiian-Korean fusion joint with several restaurants throughout Seattle. Naturally, it’s a T-Mobile favorite. Some of the best things to get from this vendor are pork sliders and spam musubi. But don’t miss the luau plates, which come with creamy macaroni salad, a tasty slaw, rice, and your choice of protein. 2023 brings the newest protein option, miso ginger chicken, along with a delicious mango lemonade

Holy Smoke BBQ

BBQ at T-Mobile Park (Image Credit: SeattleTravel.com)

If you’re craving some barbecue at a Mariners game, Holy Smoke BBQ will deliver. The latest additions to its menu include a beef short rib sandwich and BBQ pork rib “wings” in a sweet and sticky glaze. Of course, one of the most anticipated items is the loaded baked potato with pulled pork, jalapeno cheese sauce, crema, and more.

Ballard Pizza Co

The new “Cal-Zone” was delicious and big enough to share (Image Credit: SeattleTrvel.com)

Yes, Ballard Pizza Co has pizza, but you should also come for the calzones. Specifically, the new “Cal-Zone” on the menu (named after player Cal Raleigh), which comes loaded with cheese, sausage, and pepperoni. New York-style pizza slices are available in cheese, pepperoni, and a couple of other specialty flavors.

Batch Cocktails, Value Beers, and Wine 

Beer at T-Mobile Park

New drink options for the Mariners 2023 season include refreshing cocktails, value beers, and wine. 

Enjoy the batch cocktails on hot summer days when the roof is open. Order spiked strawberry and raspberry lemonade or Palomas with grapefruit juice.

Say goodbye to overpriced ballpark beers! You can now enjoy a selection of value beers. These 12 oz cans are $5- $6. There are 12 options to choose from, including Mac & Jacks and PBR.

Wine lovers can visit The Chateau by Chateau St. Michelle Wine Bar, which offers a huge selection of wines from Washington and Oregon.

Way Back Crab Shack 

What would a ballpark in Seattle be without some seafood options? Way Back Crab Shack is the top spot to get your fill of fishy eats. Order a Dungeness Crab sandwich, clam chowder, and crab fries among other tasty food and drink choices.

The Natural 

Those with dietary restrictions will appreciate The Natural. Vegans can get their fill of food here. This place serves plant-based burgers and sausages. They also have fruit cups, uncrustables, and hummus and pretzels.

Big League Burger

There are several great spots to get a burger in T-Mobile Park (shout out to Lil Woody’s and Kidd Valley), but a new option in 2023 is Big League Burger. This tasty new vendor will serve burgers with a Wagyu patty (or Impossible meatless option), chargrilled onions, American cheese, pickles, and a secret house sauce. Don’t miss out on this elevated new burger option!

And there you have it! This guide to the best food and drinks inside T-Mobile Park should help you make some informed (and delicious) choices. Enjoy your food, and enjoy the game.

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