There’s literally 1 kiosk in the entire stadium. Behind grand stand 21. Weak.
Got the gluten friendly hot dog at the stand, ended up getting very sick. Ate nothing out of the ordinary today other than that so I am positive it was the hot dog. Also, I usually don’t complain about customer service but the man who was working the stand seemed annoyed about me ordering the gf dog and he didn’t even wear gloves!
There are gluten free Fenway Franks! They also have gluten free cookies and brownies. On their website they had an enforcer gluten free section designating where you can find GF products. Way better than I imagined.
They moved gf hotdog stand to right field. And they told me they no longer carry Redbridge, my guess is due to deal they have with Sam Adam's... Bud makes Redbridge. Come on redsox!
Apparently they moved the one gf hotdog stand searched all of Fenway and couldn’t find it. Had to wait until after the game to get food elsewhere.
Not safe for people with allergies or celiac. I watched them use the same items to take pizza out of the oven and cut it. I recommend eating somewhere else prior to going to the game if you have celiac.
I agree that the gf hot dog place was harder to find. There's no big sign that says "Gluten Free Hotdogs!" but I found the staff at the surrounding vendors very helpful as I looked for the right vendor. It's sort of on your way out of the stadium as you enter Yawkey Way... right near a Del's Ice stand. That said, my kid was thrilled with the hot dog and bun and enjoyed the cracker jacks and pre wrapped gf cookie. It is a pain to have to leave your seats to walk and find your food, but it's also pretty awesome that you can go to a game & eat a meal. Go Sox!
One vendor, home plate concourse only for hotdogs. Cash only and the ATM doesn't work. GF options? Sure. Friendly?? That's a stretch!!
I heard there were options here for me. But couldn't find any staff that knew where it was located
Few choices plus special treat of being insulted by worker serving your food "the wheat doesn't make you sick" - direct quote - just eat before you arrive
They had gluten free buns for dogs but we had to go to a separate stand for fries and buy the time we sat down our hot dog was cold. More options would be great like fries at the gluten free stand behind home plate.
Attendant didn't go to change gloves at first, which was kind of scary after watching her handling all the regular pizzas. That ought to be a no-brainer for a gluten-free order!
It would be amazing if a gluten free menu was added. It would just make me a lot happier to be able to eat what I want at my favor it place!
Best GF ballpark we've ever been to, good number of safe options for celiacs
The bun came right out of the plastic, so no cross-contamination. Taste was pretty good. My biggest issue was that the stand was a bit hidden and I walked past it several times before finding it.
GF Hotdogs and beer (redbridge). Pretty good for a baseball park. GF pizza that's cooked in the same oven as regular pizzas. They call it gluten friendly pizza.
Redbridge Is NOT BEER!!!!! It's possible in a bottle. OMISSION BEER is the one gluten free beer that tastes like beer!!!! It's SO close to Sam Adams Light its not funny...which, in turn, belongs at Fenway.... ENOUGH SAID.. AND THOSE WITH CELIAC DISEASE THAT LOVD THEIR BEER KNOW WHERE IM COMING FROM!
gluten free station with hot dogs. hallelujah. udis rolls
Fenway GF pizza is served on same are as gluten containing pizza - I would not eat it. GF stand has limited food. Fenway can and should do so much more to provide GF options. Very disappointing. I would be happy to show Fenway / Aramark how to do it right.
Good selection. Hot dogs, Whoopie Pies, cookies, brownies, chips, frozen lemonade. Very convenient.
Gf cheese pizza...actually really good!
One hot dog cart does not make Fenway gluten free friendly! They have a long way to go!
redbridge and gluten free hot dogs and buns. It's a start.
Watch the Red Sox while drinking a Redbridge. Hot dogs and snacks also available.