Looking for the best food at T-Mobile Park?
It’s not hard to find good food at T-Mobile Park. The hard part is not being overwhelmed by the many options. We’ve done the legwork for you by narrowing it down to the best bets. T-Mobile Park is home to some truly top-tier culinary moments, from the most hyped-up deep dish pizza in Seattle to a Seattle-themed ice cream flavor that is exclusive to the park. Try any one of these food vendors at your next Mariners game and you’ll suddenly be really, really into baseball.
Note: all concession stands at T-Mobile Park are cashless.
Here are the top 10 must-try options for food at T-Mobile Park:
1. Moto Pizza
Seattle’s most coveted—and hardest to get—pizza is now at T-Mobile Park! All you have to do to get your hands on the hugely popular deep dish Moto Pizza is buy a ticket to a Mariners game… and it’s worth it. You’ll find Moto Pizza in section 314.
We love the Hawaiian-inspired menu at Marination, so we’re pretty pumped that we can now enjoy their Spam musubi, pork sliders, and macaroni salad while watching a Mariners game. Find them in section 119.
3. Lil Woody’s
Although it’s tough to narrow it down to just one, Lil Woody’s definitely makes one of the best burgers in Seattle. They also offer Impossible burgers and garlic fries. Look for them in T-Mobile ‘Pen.
4. Catch by Just Poké
Just Poké bowls (a Hawaiian dish with raw fish) are a refreshing option on a hot day at T-Mobile Park. They can be found in section 132.
5. Din Tai Fung
Chinese food at a ballgame? Why not, when it’s as good as this. You can get Din Tai Fung at T-Mobile ‘Pen or in section 133. Note that they do have vegetarian options.
When in Seattle, you gotta go to a Mariners game and get a bowl of chowder from Ivar’s while you’re there. It’s especially nice for getting warmed up on a chilly evening. They’re located in sections 117 and 335.
7. Way Back Crab Shack
Don’t miss the crab sandwich at the Way Back Crab Shack, which can be found in section 187 of T-Mobile Park.
8. Edgar’s Cantina
Nachos and tacos with a view are the draw of Edgar’s Cantina at T-Mobile Park. You need a Club or Suite level ticket to visit the cantina in section 212, or you can get similar fare (minus the seating) at Edgar’s Taco Shack in T-Mobile ‘Pen.
9. Salt & Straw
Looking for something sweet at the Mariners game? Salt & Straw Ice Cream is there with a new flavor exclusive to T-Mobile Park: Beecher’s flagship cheese with apple pie cinnamon rolls.
10. A Seattle Dog
If you’ve never had a Seattle dog, don’t leave T-Mobile Park without trying one. The combination of cream cheese and sautéed onions may sound weird but many brave souls before you have been pleasantly surprised. You can find a Seattle hot dog at the sausage carts in sections 131, 142, and 185 or at Beecher’s Grill in section 139.
Hungry for more? You can also view T-Mobile Park’s full food and beverages vendor list online. And don’t forget to try the grasshoppers as well! Yep… It’s exactly what it sounds like.