What to eat at a RedHawks baseball game in Fargo

America’s favorite pastime comes with plenty of perks – great entertainment, a family-friendly atmosphere, and (our personal favorite) delicious ballpark food.

We recommend skipping dinner and heading to a F-M RedHawks baseball game if you want to really indulge.

Here’s what’s on the menu:

Starters

Peanuts & Crackerjacks

What would a baseball game be without these? Available at all the major concession areas, you can make ‘Take me out to the ball game’ come to life.

Cheese curds, fried pickles, & chili fries, oh my!

Head to the High Point Bar & Grill for tons of appetizer options. Wisconsin cheese curds, pickled eggs, chili fries in a RedHawks helmet, and bacon on a stick are just a few of the crazy options available.

Mains

Cloverdale hot dogs

Cloverdale hotdog at RedHawks baseball game

It doesn’t get more classic than a loaded up hot dog. You can even add a Midwestern touch by topping yours with a hint of sauerkraut.

Tacos

If traditional ballpark food isn’t taking your fancy, tacos can spice up your options. Both walking tacos (or taco-in-a-bag, as many North Dakotans call it) and regular tacos from The Taco Shop are available.

Burgers

Burgers just taste better at a baseball game. From regular to cheese to bison meat, you have several burger choices to make. Of course, you can add bacon to any of them and can find them at the High Point Bar & Grill on the second level of the stadium.

Pizza or sandwiches

Joey from Friends would be proud that the RedHawks serve both his favorite foods.

Philly cheesesteak and pulled pork sandwiches make a great (albeit messy) meal, while Marco’s Pizza serves by the slice for a quick grab-and-go.

Beverages

Beer

Two-girls-drinking-beer-at-Redhawks-baseball-game

A warm evening pairs perfectly with a cold beer. RedHawks games have plenty to satiate the thirst of fans who are 21+.

Sip on local Fargo brews, regional varieties, and old favorites as you watch the game.

Sickies Garage also hosts a beer garden, if you’d like to watch the game from an adults-only area.

Non-alcoholic beverages

Soda (called ‘pop’ in the Midwest) is available at all concession areas; you can buy fountain or bottled. Other bottled beverages and water are available, too.

Dessert

The list (which by no means is exclusive) includes:

  • Mini donuts
  • Ice cream
  • Lemon shake-ups
  • Cotton candy
  • Sno Kones
  • Dip N Dots
  • Chocolate chip cookies

 

If you have a sweet tooth, a RedHawks game can satisfy it.

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