Comerica Park has plenty of great food options to pair with your Tigers Tickets. You don’t even have to venture away from the ball field to get a good meal. Just visit one of these many restaurants or concession stands to find great food that will keep you focused on the game instead of thinking about your grumbling stomach. Find cuisine to suit any appetite.
Little Caesars has a big presence at Comerica Park. You can find locations in the Big Cat Food Court and sections 115, 137, 217, 323, and 334. No matter where you are, there’s a piping hot slice of pizza waiting for you.
This pizza chain has options that anyone can enjoy, whether you’re the type of person who craves a big plate of meat or who prefers vegetable toppings. Some of the pizzas sold at Little Caesars include:
- cheese pizza
- cheese and pepperoni pizza
- three meat treat with bacon, sausage, and pepperoni
- veggie delight with onion, mushroom, and green pepper
You can also grab a soda, bottled water, frozen drink, or draft beer to keep you cool during hot summer games.
Sidekicks has traditional baseball foods that will keep you satisfied even when the game goes into extra innings. Its location in the Big Cat Food Court makes it convenient no matter where your seats are.
Some of the top dishes from Sidekicks include:
- corn dogs
- chick tenders
- chili cheese fries
People have been enjoying these same foods at baseball games for decades. Choose your favorites and enjoy the game.
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Mexican offers something a little different from what you probably associate with traditional baseball foods. That extra variety is a good thing that could change the way you think about eating at the Comerica Park and other baseball fields.
Mexican has the dishes that you would expect from a Mexican restaurant, including:
- fajita wraps
- soft tacos
- taco salads
Most of the options come with either beef or chicken. You can also add a draft beer or margarita to your order.
Brushfire Grill has a diverse selection that will appeal to vegetarians as well as meat-eaters. Traditional baseball foods include:
- hamburgers and cheeseburgers
- hot dogs
For something a little different, try the:
- turkey leg
- chicken sandwich
Those who don’t eat meat or prefer a meatless option should consider the:
- veggie dog
- garden burger
- black bean burger
- veggie Italian sausage
Brushfire Grill also has margaritas, draft beers, water, and sodas. This is by far the most diverse selection of any restaurant at Comerica Park. Head to section 133 when you want to browse Brushfire Grills wide range of dishes. Practically anyone can find something delicious to enjoy during a Detroit Tigers game when they stop by this excellent ballpark restaurant.
What are your favorite places to eat at Comerica Field? What about the area surrounding the Detroit Tigers’ home? Do you have a favorite restaurant that you often visit before or after games?