What to Eat at PNC Park

What to Eat at PNC Park

​Spending the day watching baseball at PNC Park is a real treat.

Speaking of treats...eating at PNC Park is a culinary adventure! It's part of the whole ballgame experience. Here are some suggestions that go beyond peanuts and cracker jacks:

Manny's Platter

Manny's BBQ

Center Field

This barbecue stand is named after former Pirates catcher Manny Sanguillen, who has been known to hang around and sign autographs for fans. On the menu: pulled pork, burgers and sliders.

Familee BBQ

Behind Section 132

Home of the famous Pittsburgh Cone, a waffle cone overflowing with kielbasa, pierogi, Swiss cheese, sauerkraut and Russian dressing. Don't think too much, just dig in!

Primanti Bros. 

Section 110

You can't go wrong with a Primanti's sandwich piled high with fresh deli meats and cheeses and topped off with French fries and cole slaw. A true Pittsburgh classic.

Riverwalk Grill 

Section 144

Try the Cinnamon Chipotle Loaded Totchos: Tater tots covered with cinnamon spiced pulled pork, grilled red onions, green onions topped with a chipotle maple syrup glaze.

The Market 

Behind Section 118

Try something on the healthier side at this grab-and-go space. The Quinoa Blueberry Salad has red quinoa, chopped hearts of palm, spinach, blueberries, cucumbers, carrots, sunflower seeds and balsamic dressing.

Sweet Spot 

Behind Section 107

Treat yourself to a Shipwreck Sundae: jumbo marshmallows coated with chocolate and a dusting of graham crackers served on top of ice cream in a souvenir helmet sundae bowl.

If these aren't enough for you, check out these unique offerings at PNC Park, or head to a ball game soon for great baseball and a smorgasbord of food choices! What is your favorite food to eat during a Pirates game?