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Turner Field

Home of the Atlanta Braves

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755 Hank Aaron Drive Atlanta, Georgia, 30315 View Map
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Experience the Park Turner Field Fan Guide


Georgia Dog - Turner Field Food Options


Virtually no fast-food franchises are found at Turner Field, yet there’s a sobering sameness to much of the food options. There are old reliables – burgers (meat and veggie), hot dogs, chicken sandwiches, pizza, popcorn, pretzels, nachos, et al. – and the portions are generous. But a walk around the concourses can yield a few pleasant variations.

At Taste of the Majors (in the fan plaza) or Top Dog Express (multiple locations), try the Georgia dog, which comes with slaw and mildly sweet Vidalia onion relish. The Chicago dog is tasty, and pretty close to the real thing; the Milwaukee bratwurst with a healthy dollop of mustard is also viable.

Since Atlanta roasts in the summer, there are plenty of cool, sweet treats. Dippin’ Dots stands are all around, and a cup of these crystal-like marvels is worth a try. Some of the Cool Southern Cravings stands feature Edy’s ice cream, and there are also milkshakes, smoothies, frozen yogurt, and frozen lemonade.  

For a delectable alternative, look for a Nutty Bavarian stands and buy a bag of roasted cinnamon-glazed almonds, pecans, or cashews. Lightly crunchy and not too sweet (and a relative bargain at $4.50), they will be gone in minutes.

If you’re sitting at club level, the pasta kiosk inside the temperature-controlled concourse offers a good bang for the buck: your choice of pasta, meat (chicken or sausage), and vegetables in a gigantic to-go plate for around $9. But the nearby hamburger kiosk is a rip-off.  Even though the burger is flavorful, substantial, and served on ciabatta bread, it doesn’t come with any sides, and it’s $10.

Sit-down meals can be had on the first floor of the Chop House, in center field. But unless you’re starving and have time to spare, skip it: the wait can be long, the space can feel claustrophobic, and the unadventurous menu is a variation on Chili’s.

Michael Diebert