Where to eat in Atlanta Braves Stadium Truist Park and Battery Atlanta in Cobb County
It’s finally baseball season again at the Braves Truist Park (formerly SunTrust Park) located in Battery Atlanta in Cobb County. And the Braves kick off the 2022 season as the reigning Major League Baseball world champions after clinching the title in 2021.
Despite the stadium’s pre-pandemic rebranding in 2020, the biggest names in local food on the roster of concessions found at Truist Park remain, including Waffle House, H&F Burger, Fox Bros. Bar-BQ and based in Athens Terrapin Beer Co.
But it’s outside of the Battery Ballpark where people attending Braves games or concerts can partake in a few local eateries found on Atlanta’s food scene, like Ford-owned tex-mex spot Superica Fry, Hector Santiago’s El Super Pan Latin restaurant and bar, and mini food hall and bar Ph is.
Best food bets inside Truist Park
There’s more than just hot dogs and peanuts at this stadium, including craft beer, pizza, tacos, ice cream, and popcorn. While the pandemic has upended stadium concessions a bit, with several stalls and kiosks closing over the past two years, there’s still plenty to eat and drink at a game or concert at Truist Park.
A longtime Braves hot spot for fans hoping to brew a few beers during the game, the Chop House has two large patios overlooking right field. There is also a “Below the Chop” section, which hosts private events and allows fans to view the action through the outfield fence.
America’s largest restaurant chain, headquartered in Norcross, Georgia, is back for Braves games this year. Fans won’t find the full Waffle House menu at this scaled-down outpost, but there are a few favorites available on the menu. It is also the first Waffle House to sell beer. Look for the waffles (obviously), the hash browns and the Texas Philly sandwich.
Fox Bros Bar-BQ
It’s only fitting that Atlanta’s most popular smokehouse is part of the Braves’ stadium. Jonathan and Justin Fox serve their famous Texas-style barbecue at the ballpark.
Terrapin dining room
Athens-based Terrapin Beer Co., a subsidiary of MillerCoors, has a tasting room and “brew lab” accessible from inside Truist Park on match days and outside on matchdays. non-game or event. Thirsty baseball fans will find Terrapin staples and new brews concocted in the adjacent lab, and Fox Bros. provides smoked meats for snacking.
The beefy creation that made Atlanta fall in love with the double-stack cheeseburger isn’t as hard to find as it used to be, but it’s still delicious. For those who choose to skip C. Ellet’s, Linton Hopkins’ Truist Park-adjacent steakhouse in Battery Atlanta, the chef’s burger and fries are located in a lawn-side stand directly across from C. Ellet’s. The restaurant, open year-round, can be accessed from inside the baseball diamond on game days or through an exterior door on the lawn. The much larger H&F Burger includes indoor and patio seating, as well as two walk-in windows.
king of pop
Keep an eye out for this traveling popsicle stand, especially on hot Georgia days (and nights). King of Pops sources locally and uses all-natural ingredients for its frozen treats.
Check back for an updated section-by-section breakdown of dining options inside Truist Park once concession information is made available by the Atlanta Braves organization.
Best food bets at Battery Atlanta
Food and drink options abound just outside the gates of Battery Atlanta Stadium, with local eateries serving everything from Tex-Mex, oysters and prime steaks to Cuban sandwiches and cuisine. Thai, ramen and pizza. The Battery is an open container complex, which means many places also offer take-out drinks. Below are the best bets for dining at The Battery, before and after a Braves game or concert at Truist Park.
Owned by Atlanta chef Hector Santiago, this full-service location of El Super Pan offers Latin American dishes on drums, including Cuban sandwiches, pastelitos, mofongo, ceviche, and nutty shrimp pasta. of coconut. Order an ice-cold margarita, caipirinha or draft beer and relax in the airy dining room or on the terrace.
Steakhouse C. Ellet
This steakhouse and oyster bar from Chef Linton Hopkins (Holeman and Finch, H&F Burger, Hops Chicken) features a patio and walk-in window for drinks and snacks located just outside the stadium gates. Expect steaks here like a dry-aged, bone-in Kansas City strip weighing 20 ounces to smaller eight-ounce flat iron cuts as well as steamed-to-order lobster. Pair it with cocktails, wine and beer. There is also a jazz brunch on the weekends. Reservations encouraged.
Garden and shooting club
The all-day dining restaurant and cocktail bar takes its name from Southern lifestyle magazine. A cocktail bar greets people as they enter the Garden and Gun Club, which focuses on bourbon and whiskey and classic dark spirits, like the Old Fashioned. Expect the food here to lean south, with chili cheese and buttermilk crackers, smoked fish dip, fried chicken, fish and grits. Reservations encouraged.
This mini-food hall features five food and drink stalls, including Lifting Noodles Ramen, 26 Thai Kitchen, Kung Fu Tea, and Fan t’asia Cantonese from the owners of BoBo Garden Chinese on Buford Highway. Order from several stalls, then grab beer and cocktails at Taps at Ph’east, before sitting down at one of the communal tables.
For people who didn’t get tickets to the game, but still want to be close to the Braves baseball action, this two-story sports bar just outside the stadium has no shortage of ways to watch matches on one of its many giant screens. . This includes a 30 foot high definition LED screen. Beyond the pub grub and drinks here, people can also play skeeball, table tennis, and air hockey.
Ford Fry brought Superica (formerly El Felix) to the drums in 2019, adding another Atlanta location to the growing collection of its Tex-Mex restaurants born out of the popular original Krog Street Market. For lunch and dinner, expect chili con queso, loaded nachos, tacos, and sizzling cast iron plates of steak and chicken fajitas served with fresh tortillas. Be sure to order a margarita here, including the classic OG margarita and the spicy habanero margarita. The Vampire Weekend cocktail made with horchata, spiced rum and cinnamon is also worth ordering.
Giovanni DiPalma’s popular Home Park pizzeria expanded to the drums in 2018, offering Braves fans and concertgoers a chance to partake in his wood-fried Neapolitan pizzas without heading to town.
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