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Where To Eat and Drink at Coors Field, Home of the Colorado Rockies

A game-day guide for fans

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The Colorado Rockies kick off the 2019 home season against the LA Dodgers on April 5, and nothing pairs better with the first pitch than some ballpark eats and a refreshing drink to wash it all down. As the Rockies go head-to-head against their National League West foe at Coors Field, the scene both on the field and spilling into downtown Denver will, no doubt, be action-packed.

A home-run day at the ballpark calls for snacks, suds, and indulgence sans the guilt. Game-goers can go the traditional route with a box of Cracker Jacks and Coors, or they can order a paper plateful of something a bit more extravagant.

Here’s a handy guide to fuel Colorado fans on Opening Day and all season long.

Elote topped tots at Coors Field
Elote topped tots at Coors Field
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New in 2019

Aramark, the official vendor of Coors Field, now has elote topped tater tots with a zesty mayo, green chili cheese, and cotija cheese served in a helmet. Seven other ballparks nationwide have a similar rendition, but the brisket topped tots at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City to Buffalo chicken topped tots at Fenway Park in Boston.

Also new at Coors Field, shishito peppers with Thai chili vinaigrette, green chili, and chorizo queso.

The Rooftop at Coors Field
The Rooftop at Coors Field
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The Rooftop

Head up to The Rooftop for $16 standing room only tickets that include $6 in concession and/or merchandise credit. The 38,000-square-foot area sits in the upper right-field deck. The Coors Light Silver Bullet Bar, the CHUBurger Colorado Craft Casual Grill, and the Jack Daniel’s Terrace as well as an urban garden and VIP cabanas all find a home here. Anyone with a ticket can also access this area.

The Coors Light Silver Bullet Bar and its patio offer local and national craft beers along with spirits and wine.

Locally owned CHUBurger serves burgers made from grass-fed beef, fries, and milkshakes. Fans can keep track of the game on a massive video cube above the kitchen.

Jack Daniel’s Terrace Bar features Jack Daniel’s cocktails, craft beers, spirits and wine.

Other Dining Options

Wazee Market behind section 137 on the main concourse, above third base, has a courtyard with high-top tables. Diners can order wood-fired pizzas, deli sandwiches, panini, and chicken parmesan, Italian cold cut, and Italian sausage sandwiches.

The SandLot Brewery opened in 1995, making it the first brewery inside an MLB ballpark. Brew masters Tom Hail and Mike Miller brew approximately 1,500 barrels of beer per year.

Seating chart at Coors Field
Seating chart at Coors Field
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Concessions

Biker Jim’s — Sections 107, 331

Buckaroos — A concession stand for kids featuring child sized items - Section 149

Chicken Tenders — Sections 115, 144, 226, 239

CHUBurger — Section 303

Extreme Dog — Sections 130, 144, 330

Famous Dave’s — Section 149

Fanfare (hot dogs) — Sections 109, 119, 128, 139, 157, 312, 318, 327, 338, 344, 401, 403

Grilled Chicken Sandwich — Sections 125, 144, 218, 226, 239, 243, 323, 335 and CHUBurger

Grille Works (Rockie dogs, burgers, etc.) — Sections 115, 125, 134, 144, 204, 218, 226, 239, 243, 316, 323, 335

Ice Cream (soft serve) — Sections 109, 119, 128, 139, 149, 150, 157, 218, 226, 239, 312, 327, 330

Nachos — Sections 109, 119, 128, 139, 157, 204, 218, 226, 243, 301, 306, 312, 318, 327, 330, 338, 344, 401, 403, Buckaroos

Pizza (personal) — Sections 119, 149, 204, 226, 239, 312, 327

Rocky Mountain Oysters Po’boy — Section 137

Taco Stand — Section 201

Wazee Market — John Dough, Colorado Brisket Melt, Rocky Mountain Po’Boy, Taco Club, Section 137

Healthy Fare

Chicken Sandwich — Grille Works at Sections 125, 144, 218, 226, 239, 243, 323, 335

Gluten Free — Section 143

Infield Greens Salad — Section 120, 137 at Wazee Market, Mountain Ranch

Salad Wraps — Section 120

Veggie Burger and Dog — Section 134, 323

Veggie Pizza — Section 137

Portable Concession Stands

Beers of the World — Sections 106, 134, 146, 314, 316

Colorado Craft Beers — Sections 121, 151, 327

Cookie & Creamery — Section 119

Famous Dave’s BBQ — Section 149

Fresh Popcorn — Section 134

Monster Nacho — Sections 111, 127, 144, 302 (Rooftop)

Portable Grills — Sections 107, 117, 142, 147, 157, 311, 321, 341

Specialty Dishes

Apple Pie Nachos — Sections 130, 144, 218, 243

Berrie Kabobs — Section 132

Blake Street Burrito — Section 134

Bratwurst — Sections 115, 125, 134, 137, 144, 204, 218, 226, 239, 243, 306, 316, 323, 335, portable stands 107, 117, 142, 149, 157, 321, 341

Colorado Queso Stack — Section 305

Denver Cheese Steaks — Sections 115, 133, 311, 330

Frozen Margaritas — Sections 202

Gluten Free — Sections 143

Handmade Burgers — Section 153, CHUBurger 303

Hatch Green Chili Sausage — Section 115

Infield Greens Salad - Section 120, 137 at Wazee Market

Liquor Bars — Sections 124, 135, 201, 221, 227, 233, 236, 243, 314, 330 at the Clocktower, 112 at The SandLot, Mountain Ranch Bar & Grille, in-seat service on Wells Fargo Club, Captain’s Deck, Coors Light Silver Bullet Bar, Jack Daniel’s Terrace

Loaded Tater Tots — Section 137

Loop Pretzel — Section 114

Margaritas — Sections 106, 118, 124, 135, 139, 201, 221, 236, 314,

Rooftop

Mile High Mac-N-Cheese — Sections 218, 243

Milkshakes — Section 153

Monster Chicken Nacho — Section 330

Onion Rings — Section 153

Purple Fry — Section 330

Simply Nuts — Section 140

Veggie Selections — Sections 120, 134, 143

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