Citizens Bank Park
Home of the Philadelphia Phillies
Experience the Park Citizens Bank Park Fan Guide
Have a Drink
Considering the ornery reputation that Philadelphia fans enjoy you might think finding a drink at Citizen’s Bank Park would be tricky. Thankfully, that’s not the case. Vendors abound and there are numerous stands on the concourse offering beer in plastic bottles or from the tap, mixed drinks and other booze-infused concoctions.
For beer lovers, there are Bud and Miller products, Coors Light, local favorite Yuengling and another Pennsylvania-based brew, Rolling Rock. Head to the Brewerytown stands (Ashburn Alley and behind Sections 113 and 139) for the best variety. Mike’s Hard Lemonade is a popular choice at the ballpark, especially during the dog days of summer, and Smirnoff Ice can be had.
Members of the Hall of Fame Club can get a variety of mixed drinks and martinis from the bar. Other bars inside Citizen’s Bank Park include the High & Inside Pub, McFadden’s Restaurant & Saloon and Harry the K's Broadcast Bar & Grille, located just below the left-field scoreboard. It’s named for legendary Phillies’ broadcaster Harry Kalas.
Like pretty much every other place in the majors, drinks are expensive and alcohol sales are halted after the 7th inning. If you aren’t in the mood for a beer or mixed drink, or are underage, there are plenty of options in the non-alcoholic category including soda, lemonade, water and iced tea.