Cart is by section 112. I ordered a cheesesteak and it was just awful. Dry bread, dry steak, no visible cheese or peppers or onions. Only giving this three stars because it had food I could eat and beer I could drink without getting sick, which is better than nothing.
Wouldn’t know what the food is like as when I went to it at the beginning of the 7th (quick game too this was only 1.45 min after the game started!)they were already closed! On top of that the worker was super rude about it. I’m not sure if they ran out of food early, I’m guessing they did, but this game was almost rained out and attendance was at like 50% so they shouldn’t have. So that was awesome and I couldn’t eat anything for dinner! So a heads up if you plan on getting food here go early in the game.
Today when I went the stand was moved closer to section 113, so you may need to walk around looking for it. I asked where the cheesesteak meat was cooked and they said in the regular kitchen so I am not sure what precautions they take if any when cooking that meat. I asked if anything was cooked at the stand because everything they have at the stand is gluten free. I was told they cook the hot dogs there so I got a hot dog. It was a good hot dog! I was happy to have something I could eat while at the game and did not get sick!
Located behind section 125
I give them credit for having a GF area. The hot dog I had was awful - I don’t even think they cooked it. If you are gonna do it, do it well.
This is a gf stand at section 125/126. They have pizza, cheesesteaks, hot dogs, pretzels, cookies, cider, and more. Rolls and all. It was wonderful to be at a sporting event and be able to eat with my family.
We go often with our celiac daughter and have never had an issue! She loves it and feels safe.
Wonderful to find. Had cheesesteak and chicken fingers and both were amazing. Have been to many stadiums and citizens bank has the best gf options we have seen. Highly recommend it.
It was a wonderful surprise to find a gluten-free stand at the park. It’s right behind section 125. I had a cheese steak sandwich, soft pretzel, and a Red Bridge beer. The cheese steak was huge, and the food and drinks weren’t anymore expensive than the rest of the concession food in the stadium.
I have always loved the fact they had a dedicated stand. That is not the case anymore. This stand now has ‘gluten free’ rolls but can’t comment on the hot dogs. Gf beer, nope. This is a huge disappointment for sure.
Family outing to see a Phillies game. My grandson has Celiac and we were very happy that there is a dedicated gluten free co session stand. Imagine the happiness on a 4 year old kids face when he was able to enjoy a hot dog on a gf bun just like daddy.
Food and selection was great!
Very surprised to see that they participate in dollar dog night. AND didn't charge extra for the bun like most places do.
I tried a cheesesteak ($10). The roll was dense and sweet at times but a decent gluten free vessel to enjoy cheesesteak. If you are missing this type of food it will do, but its not the same. The stand also offered chicken fingers, hot dogs and Angry Orchard cider. the staff was uneducated.
Best gluten free hot dogs I have ever eaten. seriously. Even my husband eats them when we go and he's not GF. Its the best during $1 dog night BC they also participate!!
Not only did they have gf hot dogs with gf buns, they had gf cheese steaks, drinks, and more!