It’s nice to have a place where I can have options to eat at the park. That being said, the people who work the stand are so rude. I have been there several times since they opened it years ago and every time they were rude. Also, this time they added the words “avoiding gluten” in front of each menu item when before it said gluten free. I thought oh well they probably just have to say that after all it is a completely gluten free area right? Well they were out of everything except a hot dog and pizza and since I’m vegetarian, I went with the cheese pizza which is a frozen Udis that they opened right out of the box in front of me. Waited the ten minutes for it and then went to my seat where I ate only the pizza and drank a Dasani water which I also purchased there. The pizza was underdone and tasted pretty bad. To top it all off, afterwards I got sick and was sick all night long. Not sure if it was the oven they use or what but I now see why it says “avoiding gluten”. Should have just skipped the stand all together. So watch out.
Outstanding service & great food. Ate there last night at the Eagles concert. It was so great to have a GF option!
The Nationals have a separate vendor (called the “Gluten Free Grill”) at which you can purchase hot dogs and sausages with gluten-free buns, cheese and pepperoni pizza, nachos, snacks, and cider, all of which are celiac safe. I ordered a hot dog with gluten-free bun, the price for which was comparable to other hot dogs around the park; the bun was very similar in taste and texture to regular bread, which I appreciated. I will definitely return to this booth during the next Nats game that I attend.
Awesome to have this option! Got the Italian sausage on a bun and it passes Nima testing. Just know they do NOT have separate condiments so there is a risk of cross contamination if you choose to use ketchup or mustard, etc. I chose not to as it is too risky. Excellent experience.
Honestly one of the safest places to eat in DC. All the bread products and the pizza are Udis and ballpark prices but whatever, you can eat at the ballpark!
Good ballpark overall. Cider and other gluten free options are available if you search for them. There is a gluten free vendor near the nats store that has hot dogs, nachos, alcohol, and other safe options.
Awesome to be able to have a hot dog and cider at a ball game!
The National Stadium has The Gluten Free Grill. Wonderful to have this so my son can enjoy going to the game too. Hot dogs, pull pulled sandwich, and nachos. Gluten free soda, beer and wine. Thank you Nationals for thinking of your gluten free baseball fans!
Hooray! How happy I was to not be eating salad at a ballpark. I got the hot dog WITH a bun. Also they have pulled pork and Italian sausage. Also hard cider (Cidre) and GF beer. Easy to find, once you enter the ballpark, it was labeled and easy to locate. There was a line...which makes me happy. I want them to keep things like this around :-)
Hot dogs, Italian sausage, BBQ pulled pork sandwiches, nachos, pepperoni, cheese or margarita pizza, white cheddar popcorn in a bag, Redbridge beer, Stella Artois hard cider. 2016- located on lower level center field just to left of main entrance as you enter the park
This concession stand is outdoors and you can locate it by coming in the entrance way and then turning your first left it will be on the right side about 20 feet. It also serves pulled pork with a gluten-free bun, hot dogs with of course a gluten-free bun, pop corn and many different types of pizza that are GF. I'm not a fan of gluten-free beer but they have that there too.
Has a gluten free kiosk right after you enter the ballpark.
I'm thankful for a stand that is gluten free.. that said- Can we get some salads or vegetables there? There are salads sold elsewhere in the stadium, but those are not made from a gluten free perspective. Their buns are Udi's - which have a lot of cross reactive grains, if you are sensitive. I am personally very sensitive to those buns, so that stand is just as contaminated for me as all of the others.
Great gluten free stand at 114 with Italian sausage, pulled pork sandwich, hot dogs, nachos, beer, chips, Larabar, organic pumpkin seeds, caramel popcorn, berry and nuts, chocolate bar, gummy bears, and skittles. Snacks were pricey but pork sandwich was great!
It's nice to have a dedicated stand for gluten-free concessions. There's a pretty good variety of food - better options for meat-eaters than for vegetarians though - and there's Redbridge beer.