Great American Ballpark
Home of the Cincinnati Reds
Experience the Park Great American Ballpark Fan Guide
Grab Some Grub
Whether you’re hankering for high or low eats, there’s no shortage of food options at Great American Ballpark. High-rollers can enjoy the game at the posh and private Riverfront Club on the Club Level in right field. Club 4192, GAB’s other exclusive club, is a sports bar with an excellent view of the game and the riverfront. It’s named for Reds great Pete Rose’s record-breaking hit that allowed him to pass Ty Cobb.
Open to the public is the Machine Room Grille, a full-service sports bar and restaurant featuring patio seating with a view of left field. This place is so named to honor the Big Red Machine teams of the 1970s that won two World Series championships and four NL Pennants.
The layman sports fan can enjoy Cincinnati favorites Skyline Chili, Montgomery Inn pulled pork sandwiches, and hard pack United Dairy Farmer ice cream from multiple vendors, as well as other standard ballpark fare. There are Kahn's hot dogs, Skyline cheese coney dogs, bratwurst and Big Red Smokeys – basically, hot dogs cooked until they’re crispy. It’s a unique take on the traditional ballpark dog. A favorite recent addition is LaRosa’s pizza delivery—right to your seat! A local favorite, LaRosa’s will deliver pizza to any seat in the park during home games.
For the really hungry fan, Great American Ballpark offers All You Can Eat Seats—400 Mezzanine seats along the left-field line (sections 408 – 410) with unlimited hot dogs, popcorn, peanuts, and Pepsi products (tickets: $30). GAB also caters to the work-a-day crowd with its 3 Innings and Lunch Business Day Special for $15, which includes a $10 food voucher and View Level seating.