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Thursday, March 30, 2023


Looking for a big taste of San Diego? Petco Park has a huge menu from a variety of local restaurant favorites. Also, there is a delicious selection of in park restaurants. 

 Seaside Market’s Petco kiosks offer a huge local favorite—the Cardiff Tri-Tip nacho explosion. Tri-tip nachos are served with a cheese sauce, a big portion of chopped up tri-tip with a drizzle of BBQ sauce, sour cream and sprinkled green onions. If you’re not there for the nachos but still looking for tri-tip steak, then try the tri-tip sandwich. Sections 110, 124, 129 


A Petco Park pick is the classic cheeseburger (above) from San Diego’s legendary Hodad’s. You have the option to make it single or double, plus opt for a side of fries or onion rings. Section 230, 300, 325 

 Negihama Sushi is local and available fresh at Petco on a grab and go basis. Sister restaurant of the Uni Sushi in Mission Valley. Located in the Section 102 Mercado. 

 Upper Deck Western Metal Building “The Loft” serves hot dogs, sausages, nachos, a full bar and beer. 

 CALI/MEX Zone. Few ballparks exist this close to the U.S. Mexican border. Here’s a taste of what we’re taco-ing about. Puesto Mexican known for its al pastor burrito—yum! Section, 107, 119, 120. Carnitas’ Snack Shack, a San Diego legend. Section 128, 228. Fish tacos were invented along the San Diego and Baja beaches. Blue Water Seafood Market and Grill is known for its fish tacos. Section 117.

Old Faithful. Randy Jones BBQ at sections 101, 119, Gallagher Square, 204, 303, 306, 321. San Diego’s take on cheesesteaks Gagllione Bros. Section 319. 


NEW. The real deal from North Park's Grand Ole BBQ y Asado (Section 113).

WHAT’S NEW Local flavor continues to be what Petco Park is all about. New San Diego-based vendors in 2023 include Alpine Beer Company (section 311) for local beer on tap and North Park's millennial secret Grand Ole BBQ y Asado sausages (section 113), Kona Big Wave Patio (section 227), joining last year’s new entries: Sambazon (109), Jack in the Box (yes it is local, founded in 1951 by a San Diegan now at section 323), Holy Paleta frozen pops from Bonita (112), San Diego’s Finest Hot Chicken (316) and Cucina Stella (103). 


Also new this season is Elote Mexican Street corn. This deliciousness (pictured, above) is to be found on the field level behind home plate. Section 110. 

KIDS STUFF. Tykes of all ages love Pizza Port big slice of pizza with a 22oz. fountain soda or a big Dasini bottled water. Sections 311, 320 Mr. Softee. Soft serve ice cream available in a cone, cup or baseball helmet located throughout Petco Park. Sections 311, 320, 215, 104, 115, 121 

 BIG KIDS STUFF. Bring your ID. Craft Beers of San Diego section 303, 328 and Belle Glos Wine Market in the Mercado Section 102. Prize winning Pizza Port pizza and craft beer at Section 103; Draft by Ballast Point (105); Pacifico Porch (134); Cutwater Spirits, a San Diego distillery cocktails and rum section 101. Budweiser (everywhere); Beer Bat Steins (everywhere). 

 WHERE HAVE ALL THE VENDORS GONE? OK, there are no stadium vendors hawking the aisles. Sorry, no peanuts or other food groups being vended in the aisles this year. 

 BUT WE DO HAVE A GREAT FOOD FINDER. CLICK HERE to line up your taste buds with the right Petco Park concessions. Trust us with no aisle vendors you need this “where-to-find” list compiled by Padres Insider webpage. 

And for dessert Mr. Softee's in kiosks all over Petco Park

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