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Where to Eat & Drink at Nationals Park

For the hungry Nats fan, there are plenty of reasons to leave your seat and grab a bite to eat.

There’s more to Nationals Park than cheering on the talented ballplayers and hoping to catch a fly ball, although these are great reasons to catch a game. Compared to other parks, this one puts food high up on the priority list: easy-to-read digital menu boards illuminate crave-worthy items at each concession stand and there's an emphasis placed on locally sourced food made from high-quality ingredients. With more than 40 local restaurants and vendors in the park, make sure to check out the full concessions guide before you go.


Thirsty? Try libations, adult juice boxes and brews

Nationals Park is full of options for craft beers and inspired cocktails. Venture over to District Coolers, which serves refreshing, adult-style juice boxes. You can also choose from a large selection of craft beers at multiple District Drafts locations around the ballpark. Make sure to sip the Earned Run Ale from popular Virginia-based brewery Devil's Backbone at the rustic Left Field Lodge, complete with craft brews and picnic tables at the Section 301 lookout.


Sample some only-in-DC favorites

Naturally, Nats Park offerings aren’t complete without the fare that made DC famous – crab cakes and half-smokes, DC's take on a hot dog. Get yours by way of  three on-site Ben’s Chili Bowl locations (sections 110, 141 and 307). As the tater tots craze continues to take over the nation’s capital, See. You. Tater. is here to fill up hungry Nats fans with plenty of gourmet tots, including backyard barbecue and Chesapeake crab-inspired options. The tots-focused concession stand located near section 106 also serves up five different types of chicken wings. Additional local purveyors at the park include Rocklands BBQ (section 117), Ssongs Korean Hot Dogs (section 130) and Capital City Mambo (140).


Budweiser Brew House

Situated smack dab in centerfield, this popular hangout is open to all fans — no reservation required! Above the restaurant is a bar featuring premium drinks and local brews, as well as a view that can’t be beat.


Haute Dogs & Fries

A fan favorite that debuted at Nationals Park in 2016, Haute Dogs & Fries are purveyors of gourmet hot dogs and sausages with creative toppings. Head to sections 105, 231 and 315 for creative sausages and sandwiches made with local ingredients and hand-cut Idaho fries with seven different dipping sauces. And if you want to get a little creative with your hot dog, check out new vendor Ssongs Korean Hot Dogs in section 130.


Shake Shack

Burger lovers keen on Shake Shack can get their fix outside section 240. The outfit's signature Angus beef patties and special Shack sauce attract legions of fans, and for good reason, so get there early.


Enzo’s Pizza

Enzo’s Pizza offers New York-style thin crust cheese, pepperoni and in-season specialty pizza slices. In addition to pizza, each stand sells a selection of wines. Fans can find Enzo’s at sections 115, 227 and 311.


Eli's Crepes

Eli's Crepes

Of course, you can satisfy your sweet tooth in a million different ways at Nationals Park. We highly recommend Eli’s Crepes, which offers fresh, high-quality crepes. Enjoy both sweet and savory style while watching the game. The concession can be found in section 113.

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