Squires, Deddles, The Local Fry, Fuku Chicken, and Vida Taco Added to Oriole Park Food Lineup

| March 25, 2024 | 0 Comments

Baltimore Orioles press release: 

The Orioles today announced a slate of exciting new and returning features at Oriole Park at Camden Yards for the 2024 season. Recently voted as the Best MLB Stadium and third-best Baseball Stadium Food according to USA Today’s 10Best Readers’ Choice Awards, Oriole Park at Camden Yards will continue to offer best-in-class services to its fans.

Beginning Opening Day, fans can enjoy brand-new concession items, new team store gear, and a refreshed Orioles Authentics and HI-CHEW Kids’ Corner experience. Oriole Park will also feature returning fan-favorites, including the Bird Bath located in Section 86, the 410 menu, and Early Bird Saturdays presented by Coors Light. A full list of new and returning items can be found below:


This offseason, in collaboration with KultureCity, the Orioles added a state-of-the-art sensory room. The sensory room, which is designed to cater to the needs of individuals with sensory processing needs, is located along the main concourse near Gate F. The room features adjustable lighting, calming visions, comfortable seating, and a range of sensory tools and equipment like bubble walls, bean bags, and tactile objects. The sensory room is fully accessible and made for individuals of all abilities and ages. The room will be available for use beginning Opening Day.


Fans can once again enjoy National Bohemian, unofficially known as Natty Boh, at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. As part of their partnership, Natty Boh will serve a specialty baseball-themed orange can sold exclusively at the ballpark, allowing fans to enjoy the iconic taste of Charm City while cheering on the O’s.


The Baltimore Orioles and Coca-Cola Consolidated, the largest Coca-Cola bottler in the U.S., announced a multiyear partnership designating Coca-Cola as the official beverage sponsor of the Orioles and Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Fans can purchase Coca-Cola products at locations throughout the ballpark.


Brick & Whistle Food Co., the official hospitality team of Oriole Park, will provide fans with signature offerings highlighting the iconic tastes of Baltimore and the Chesapeake Bay, while creating opportunities for up-and-coming chefs, restauranteurs, and food and beverage tastemakers in the Baltimore area. A full list of food offerings and locations is available in the Ballpark App. Downloadable photographs of the food items are available at PhotoShelter (password: Media2024), courtesy of the Baltimore Orioles.


  • Brick & Whistle will offer a number of new signature menu items throughout the ballpark including:
    • Chicken Flatbread Sandwich: A pulled Rotisserie Chicken with arugula, tomato cucumber salad, cilantro pesto, and roasted pepper aioli, served on a flatbread. Available at The Eutaw Street Butchery.
    • Rotisserie Chicken Platter: A half roasted chicken with three cheese mac and cheese, topped with hot honey and coleslaw. Available at The Eutaw Street Butchery.
    • Steak Burger: An Omaha Steak burger with American cheese, caramelized onions, dill pickle, and brick sauce, served on a brioche roll. Available at The Eutaw Street Butchery.
    • The Warehouse Dog: A Berks all-beef footlong hot dog with horseradish infused brick sauce, crispy onions, pit beef queso fundido, and pickled pico on a pretzel bun. Available at the Bleacher Grill on Eutaw Street.


  • The Orioles and Brick & Whistle are proud to welcome local restaurants and purveyors to Oriole Park, serving fans at permanent concession locations throughout the ballpark this season and allowing fans to continue to support local businesses. Brick & Whistle locations throughout the ballpark will also feature new fan favorite products.
    • Deddle’s Mini Donuts: The locally owned food truck and donut shop, which specializes in made-to-order mini donuts, will be available at all Saturday and Sunday home games. It is located near Section 84.
    • Vida Nacho on Eutaw: An extension of the fan-favorite Vida Taco, Vida Nacho will be located on Eutaw Street near the Flag Court.
    • Squire’s Pizza: Founded in Baltimore in 1920, Squire’s will offer 9 inch personal pepperoni and cheese pizzas near Sections 11, 53, 316, and 360.
    • Maria’s Pupuseria Factory: A staple of the Salvadoran culture, Maria’s will serve pupusas, quesadillas, and chorizo dogs. The pupuseria factory is located near Section 69.
    • Pat & Stugg’s: A collaboration between the popular Baltimore-owned hot dog shop, Stuggy’s, and Pat LaFrieda Meat Purveyors, Pat & Stugg’s will serve shaved ribeye cheesesteaks, cheeseburgers, double bacon cheeseburgers, and shaved ribeye dogs. It is located near Section 44.
    • Fuzzies Burgers: Fuzzies Burgers, which uses meat and other produce from local DMV farms, will serve four types of burgers, along with classic fries and a variety of dipping sauces. It is located near Section 67.
    • The Local Fry: Fans can purchase four types of gourmet fries at Local Fry stands throughout the ballpark, as well as boneless chicken wings, chicken tenders, and a TLC chicken sandwich at their upper concourse locations. It is located near Sections 27 and 368.
    • Fuku Chicken: Chef David Chang’s Fuku Chicken will serve impossible nuggets, chicken tenders, chicken sandwiches, and waffle fries. It is located near Sections 49 and 332.
    • Big Mozz: Big Mozz mozzarella sticks and house-made vodka sauce for dipping will be available at the Bleacher Grill, SuperBook Bar and Restaurant, and the B&O Market, all located along Eutaw Street.
    • Berks Hot Dogs: Berks is the new official hot dog partner of the Baltimore Orioles and Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
    • Omaha Steaks: Fans can purchase Omaha Steak products at The Eutaw Street Butchery and Ballpark Sausage Cart, located on the upper concourse near Section 337.


  • The Orioles and Brick & Whistle will continue to welcome local eateries to the ballpark as part of the “Camden Commons” program, which allows fans to support local restaurants at Oriole Park. The incubator-style program rotates in new restaurants throughout the season. Restaurants appearing at Camden Yards throughout the season will include Ekiben, Attman’s Deli, The Local, South Mountain Creamery, and Deli-Ish. 


  • The 410 Menu – Paying homage to the City of Baltimore and continuing efforts to keep baseball affordable for fans, the Orioles and Brick & Whistle are returning the popular “410 Menu,” where all items are only $4.10. The menu will again be available at select locations throughout the ballpark. “410 Menu” items include:
    • Hot Dogs
    • Popcorn
    • Soft Pretzels
    • Cracker Jacks
    • Peanuts
    • Select Beverages


  • Fan-favorite concession locations will return to Oriole Park in 2024, including:
    • Jimmy’s Famous Seafood: Jimmy’s Famous Seafood opened a location at Oriole Park prior to the 2022 season. Again this year, $1 from every Mo Gaba Shrimp Platter sold at the Jimmy’s Famous Seafood stand at Oriole Park will go to Johns Hopkins Children’s Center. Fans can find Jimmy’s near Section 73.
    • Vida Taco: A local farm to taco establishment, fans can once again get Vida Taco at the ballpark. The popular taco stand is located near Section 31.
    • Stuggy’s Gourmet Hot Dogs: Founded in Baltimore in 2010, Stuggy’s Gourmet Hot Dogs made its Oriole Park debut in 2023. It is located near Section 71.
    • Boogs BBQ: The Boogs BBQ famed rolling smoke will return again in 2024. A fan-favorite, the low-roasted beef top round rubbed with Boog’s famous spice blend, smoked in-house to a perfect medium rare, and served atop a corn-dusted Kaiser roll will once again be available at the Boog’s BBQ stand located on Eutaw Street.
    • Oro Pizza: The hand tossed, brick oven pizza comes in three styles, margherita, pepperoni with hot honey, and white pizza with mushrooms and a truffle sauce. It is located on Eutaw Street.
    • 7th Inning Sorbet: Manufactured in Baltimore, the sorbet is a staple in the city and is now available for purchase at Oriole Park. Members of Citywide Youth Development will sell the sorbet after completing the organization’s eight-week training program, teaching them how to create and distribute the frozen desert.
    • UMBC Choice Jobs Program: The Orioles will again partner with University of Maryland, Baltimore County to provide a location for their Choice Jobs Program, which provides Baltimore youth with a supportive environment and access to resources and opportunities to ensure employment success.


Tickets for all games at Oriole Park at Camden Yards can be purchased at Orioles.com/Tickets. To be the first to know about special ticket offers, fans can sign up for the Orioles Insider email newsletter at Orioles.com/Newsletter. For more ticket deals, including student and military discounts, visit Orioles.com/Offers.

  • Early Bird Saturdays, presented by Coors Light

o    Gates at Oriole Park at Camden Yards will open to fans beginning two hours prior to first pitch for every Saturday home game throughout the season. As part of Early Bird Saturdays, fans can enjoy happy hour specials, live music, and other unique activities.

  • The Bird Bath

o    Mr. Splash and the Bird Bath will return to Section 86. With Mr. Splash spraying down fans after every Orioles extra-base-hit, the Bird Bath features one of the most unique fan experiences in professional sports. Tickets for the Bird Bath are on sale now with a limited number remaining.

  • $12 Eutaw Seat Bleacher Seats

o    Fans can purchase Eutaw Street Bleacher Seats for as low as $12 for every Monday through Thursday home game throughout the regular season. Located next to the Flag Court in right field, Eutaw Street Bleacher seats keep fans close to the action both on and off the field, giving them the complete Oriole Park experience.

  • Kids Cheer Free

o    Again this season, children age nine and under will have the opportunity to attend games free of charge as part of the club’s Kids Cheer Free program, presented by Baltimore Area Chick-fil-A Restaurants. For each regularly priced individual game Upper Deck ticket, adults can add up to two additional free Upper Deck tickets valid for use only by children age nine and under (subject to availability). Last year, more than 34,000 children attended games at Oriole Park through the Kids Cheer Free program.


Fanatics continues as the Orioles’ official end-to-end omnichannel retail partner. This year, fans will have access to new merchandise and brands at team store locations throughout Oriole Park. Beginning in April, the team store location on the main concourse behind Home Plate will transition to a Topps “Make a Card” location for fans. More information will be announced at a later date.


  • The following items will be available for purchase at team store locations throughout Oriole Park:
    • Expanded City Connect Collection: Fanatics and the Orioles will expand their popular City Connect selection to feature more sweatshirts and t-shirts with expanded design selections.
    • Johnnie O City Connect Collection: Fans can purchase Johnnie O polos and crew necks featuring different City Connect logos.
    • New Era Carpet Caps: New Era and Carpet, the Baltimore-based streetwear brand, will launch a limited partnership available in select locations, including the Oriole Park team store.


  • Team Stores at Oriole Park will feature new brands and items in 2024:
    • Peter Millar: Features luxury performance sportswear.
    • WWE O’s Title Belts: Fans can purchase their very own officially licensed WWE Orioles Title Belt.
    • Expanded Hot Dog Condiment Selection: Fans can purchase an expanded selection of clothing items featuring Ketchup, Relish, and Mustard.
    • BaubleBar Jewelry: Features embellished jewelry with the Orioles logo and branding.
    • Party Animal: Features sports merchandise products like banner and garden flags, as well as “TeentyMate” items.    
    • Tiny Turnip: A children’s clothing brand, Tiny Turnip will add to the selection for the Orioles’ littlest fans.
    • The Darius Rucker Collection: Oriole Park team stores will feature items from the Grammy Award-winning musician’s expanded clothing line.


The HI-CHEW Kids’ Corner, located near Gate C, will feature brand new signage spotlighting HI-CHEW, the immensely fruity and intensely chewy popular Japanese candy.


The Orioles and Brick & Whistle will offer an elevated, all-inclusive experience on the Club Level at Oriole Park. The Home Plate Club provides the best gameday food and beverage experience at Camden Yards, including a full-service Chef’s Table featuring appetizers, ballpark classics, a carvery station, chilled seafood, a sauté station, and desserts. Ticket packages include Club Level access, a private dining area, and access to the Chef’s Table. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit Orioles.com/HomePlateClub.


Fans can enjoy a refreshed viewing experience at the Coors Light Roof Deck located in center field. The Coors Light Roof Deck features standing room only space open to all fans with a valid game ticket, as well as additional seating along the outfield wall. To purchase seats on the Coors Light Roof Deck, visitOrioles.com/Tickets.


Located in left field, fans can experience every Orioles home game from the All-Inclusive Picnic Perch. Tickets start as low as $48 and include access to the exclusive Club Level, a Left Field Club seat in sections 282-288, and an unlimited food menu. For more information and to purchase tickets, visitOrioles.com/PicnicPerch.


Earlier this year, the Orioles announced that the press box at Oriole Park at Camden Yards will forever be named the JIM HENNEMAN PRESS BOX in honor of longtime Baltimore sportswriter and official scorer JIM HENNEMAN, who has covered Baltimore sports for eight decades.


This offseason, the Orioles upgraded the Orioles Authentics Store giving it a fresh redesign with new paint and updated graphics. The Orioles Authentics store, located along Eutaw Street near Gate A, allows fans to purchase special authenticated items at the ballpark throughout the season. Purchases benefit the Orioles Charitable Foundation and special causes such as maternal health equity, military programs, Birdland Community Heroes, youth baseball and softball, and adopt-a-school. To learn more about the Orioles’ impact in the community, visit Orioles.com/Community.

  • Authenticated items include:
  • Game-worn jerseys
  • Game-used baseballs and equipment
  • Signed merchandise
  • Assorted memorabilia
  • Topps products


  • Clear Bag Policy:
    • Fans can bring in one bag using the following guidelines:
      • Must be a clear plastic bag no larger than 12” x 6” x 12”.
      • Only one bag is allowed per guest.
      • Fanny packs and clutch purses no larger than 5” x 7” will also be allowed.
  • Outside Food & Beverage Policy:
    • This season, fans can bring food and non-alcoholic beverages into Oriole Park using the following guidelines:
  • All items must be contained in a clear approved bag.
  • Only one approved bag is allowed per guest.
  • Food items should resemble individual portions and not bulk quantities.
  • Guests may bring in a factory-sealed, plastic, non-alcoholic beverage, no larger than 20 oz.
  • Frozen water bottles are prohibited for safety purposes.
  • Gate Times:
    • Gates at Oriole Park at Camden Yards will open to fans at the below times:
      • Monday through Thursday: One hour prior to first pitch
      • Friday: One hour and 30 minutes prior to first pitch.
      • Saturday: Two hours prior to first pitch.
      • Sunday: One hour and 30 minutes prior to first pitch.
    • Parking lots will open to fans one hour prior to gates.
  • Cashless Ballpark:
    • Oriole Park at Camden Yards is a cashless ballpark. Methods of payment will be limited to Mastercard, Visa, American Express, and Discover. Cash will not be accepted at ballpark parking lots, concession stands, or ticket windows. Apple Pay and Google Pay are accepted at concession stands only.
    • Fans are encouraged to use O’s Pay, found in the MLB Ballpark App.
  • Digital Ticketing:
    • Contactless digital tickets are required at Oriole Park. Tickets should be saved on your mobile device through the MLB Ballpark app prior to entry.

Tickets for Opening Day on Thursday, March 28, when the Orioles host the Los Angeles Angels at 3:05 p.m. are sold out, but seats for the remainder of the homestand are still available. To purchase tickets, visit Orioles.com/Tickets. For a complete guide to Oriole Park at Camden Yards, visit Orioles.com/Guide.

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