Rangers Ballpark in Arlington
Home of the Texas Rangers
Experience the Park Rangers Ballpark in Arlington Fan Guide
BBQ Turkey Legs (and more grub)
Take a walk around Ranger Ballpark and you’ll find food offerings that are more traditional than local: hot dogs, hamburgers, pretzels, peanuts, fries, cotton candy and nachos. Favorites in the stands include the nachos, loaded with jalapeno peppers, and fries, either garlic or cheese. The park does get points for diversity with its hot dogs… you can get Chicago-style (loaded) dogs, chili-cheese dogs and corndogs. You can get each of these in the foot-long variety, as well as a ½-pound hot dog – what’s that saying about things being bigger in Texas?
Kids seem to gravitate to the cotton candy and kettle corn, while the lemon chill is popular with fans of all ages on those hot days. Ballpark concessions do go local with an emphasis on barbeque. There are barbeque sandwiches, chicken, turkey legs and hickory smoked sausages (either on a stick or off).
For fans looking for more than standard ballpark fare, or simply wanting to get out of the weather for a bit, there are two restaurants and a private club at Rangers Ballpark. The Rawlings All American Grille has three bars and restaurant seating, including tables on the glass overlooking right field that can be purchased through Rangers ticketing. If you want a more elegant setting, try the Diamond Club, with a great view of the playing field and an all-you-can-eat buffet for less than $25. The entrance is on the concourse, Section 5 (left and centerfield). The Diamond Club is open to all ticket holders.
The Cuervo Club, however, is not. Located on the mezzanine level behind home plate, you must have a special pass or hold a more expensive ticket (lower level between the lines) to get in. Food and drinks can be purchased before and during games.