What to Eat at Miller Park
Aside from the fancy, upscale Johnson Controls Stadium Club in the left field corner, and the offerings on the Club level at the Home Plate Lounge and the Gehl Club, the only restaurant definitively attached to Miller Park is the TGI Friday’s Front Row.
But it’s probably enough; the Friday’s in Miller Park has indoor and outdoor dining, with several party and picnic areas that have a great view of the ballpark from left field. The menu is typical Friday’s; burgers and other sandwiches and salads and wraps, washed down with fancy drinks.
The Brat Boys stands are all over the ballpark selling the Milwaukee staple...brats. Like in the Sausage Race, there are five kinds—a hot dog, a bratwurst, or Polish, Italian and Mexican chorizo sausages. The condiment stands nearby always feature the Secret Stadium Sauce, the only condiment you’ll ever need. (But you can get ketchup or mustard too.)
If you’d rather have a sandwich of some other consistency, you can go to one of the numerous On-Deck Deli sandwich stands, which sell deli-style turkey or ham sandwiches, and you can get a kosher dog there too.
If you want a carved chicken brisket sandwich, there is a Ribbie’s Café kiosk on the Loge level near home plate. Ribbie’s also has those velvet cupcakes that no one over 40 can believe are sold at ballparks. And there are Milwaukee Burgers stands for the all-American food.
Palermo’s, a local frozen pizza company, is the pizza purveyor at Miller; you can find it at the MVP Pizza stands throughout the ballpark. As of this writing there is only plain and pepperoni.
Miller also has some great appetizer/side dish choices. The Cactus League nachos and Pop’s Fry Bar frites are popular, as are the Baked Potatoes that come with chipotle chicken or broccoli and cheese. At several of these stands you can find the cheese curds (basically just cheese balls) that are a staple of Wisconsin.
Wash it all down with a Miller, or if you’d like a beer with a fancier taste, you can get one of the many varieties of Leinenkugel’s throughout the ballpark.
Don’t want a beer? Have a bloody Mary with Smirnoff vodka and Ocean Spray tomato juice.
Seriously, you can’t go wrong no matter what food you like at Miller Park. For a ballpark whose patrons are usually already full from tailgating, there’s a pretty amazing selection of food.
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