The Atlanta Braves new home, Truist Park, has some of the best stadium food around. But can it really be called stadium food if it’s gourmet and chef-inspired? From hot dogs to to stir fry, the Braves have it all! Check out some of our favorite places to eat inside Truist Park, grab a delicious snack and enjoy a Braves game this summer!
Hugh Acheson’s First & Third Hot Dog and Sausage Shack
Celebrity chef Hugh Acheson brings gourmet hot dogs to the park! Head down to section 156 for an artisanal sausage or hotdog, house made chow chow, salads and pickles. Most of the meat used in these delicious treats comes locally from Austell, GA, just 12 miles from Truist Park. America’s favorite past time deserves the best hot dogs around, and these are definitely the best!
Fox Bros BBQ
Fox Bros BBQ may serve up Texas-style BBQ, but they are one of the most famous smoke-houses in Georgia! Some fan favorites are roasted chicken, brisket, and BBQ nachos with the signature Fox Bros sauce. And don’t forget the Frito Pie and Chili!Check out the Fox Bros BBQ stand at section 150, or head to the Terrapin Taproom for a brew along with your BBQ.
Speaking of Terrapin Taproom, this signature pub is perfect for craft beer fans. While the BBQ may be great, the brews are even better. The Terrapin Taproom features a rotating list of fantastic beers, including the Chopsecutioner Batwood Aged IPA. This beer is aged on real wood baseball bat chips!
Don’t worry, Terrapin favorites such as the Rye Pale Ale and Hopsecutioner will also be offered. Next to the Terrapin Taproom is the ATL Brew Lab, an on-site brewery producing brand new and experimental beers. Terrapin Taproom is even open to fans when the Braves are not playing at home.
There is never a bad time for Chick-Fil-A! This “fast-food” chain was founded in Hapeville, Georgia, so it only makes sense they are a staple at Truist Park. Why not enjoy your favorite chicken sandwich while watching the Braves?
Chick-Fil-A favorites, including the signature waffle fries, will be available at Truist Park near sections 143, 221 and 224. Get your fix during the week though, as all the Chick-Fil-A stands will be closed on Sundays, just like the stand-alone stores.
H&F Burger is a fan-favorite dining option which made its way from Turner Field to Truist Park. Who doesn’t remember those crazy lines and “sold-out” status of H&F Burgers? The signature burger and fries are all that is served at these stands, and they are definitely worth the wait. Two patties between a homeade buttered and toasted bun, red onion and American cheese, with house made pickles make for the perfect melt in your mouth ballpark snack.
Fan Favorites at Truist Park
There are so many great options for food and drink at Truist Park, its hard to pick just one! Check out some of these other fan favorites:
- Braves Big Bite- Section 113
- 1871 Grille- Section 141
- Intentional Wok- Section 148
- Gu’s Dumplings- Section 148
- The Slice- Section 150
- Taco Factory- Section 151
- Field of Greens- Section 156
- Waffle House- Section 311
- The Carvery- Section 312
It’s no question, the Braves have a great food lineup at Truist Park! Additionally, there are even more dining options at The Battery, the area surrounding the park. Have questions about dining at Truist Park? Contact one of our friendly customer service representatives at Front Row Seats, (404)633-2726.