A Look at the New Food Offerings at Oriole Park at Camden Yards

| March 30, 2023 | 0 Comments

On Wednesday, Levy, the new food and beverage partner at Oriole Park at Camden Yards, showed off some of the food that will be sold around the ballpark this season. Levy will have offerings at traditional concession stands and food kiosks; provide the food at the SuperBook Bar & Restaurant; have a roaming dessert cart; and open B&O Markets where patrons can grab beers, sodas, and pretzels. There will also be a revamped Pepsi Picnic Perch.

New food items this year include the Signature Crab Pretzel Boule, a pretzel bread bowl with crab dip and cheddar jack cheese; the BMORE Chicken Box; the footlong The Yard Dog with Maryland crab dip and potato sticks; The Buffalo Bird Dog buffalo chicken tender sandwich; pizza; the Havana Cuban sandwich; and pretzels shaped like the O’s logo.

The menu at SuperBook will be “elevated gameday fare,” according to Levy Regional Chef Adam Carter. It will have loaded tater tots called the Grand Slam Totcho; the┬áSignature Crab Pretzel Boule; a pit beef sandwich named after Boog Powell; and additional dishes including ones paying homage to the menu used for the opening of the Camden Club on the seventh floor of the building in 1992.

At B&O Markets patrons will tap their credit card at the gate of the store and camera technology in the ceiling and on the shelves will track what patrons take. This will eliminate the need for patrons to stand in line to pay. B&O Markets will offer craft, domestic, and import beers; hard seltzers; and sodas and waters, along with crab pretzels.

The Pepsi Picnic Perch, located in left field of the club level, offers patrons an all-you-can-eat experience. Tickets start at $45 and include a seat in the club level as well as hot dogs, nachos, popcorn, frozen treats, peanuts, fruit, pulled pork BBQ, garden salad, and Pepsi soft drinks.

The roaming dessert cart, which was Levy’s first foray into stadium dining years ago at Comiskey Park, will travel around the stadium selling items such as cake, cookies, blondies, brownies, and ice cream. There is also a dessert concession stand on the first level.

The stadium still has a Jimmy’s Famous Seafood stall, a Rita’s Italian Ice, and a Kosher food stand.

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