Boogs had gluten free hamburger buns which were delicious and filling they switched out gloves and made the sandwich in a separate room.
One of the orioles concessions stands in the outfield when we asked if they had gluten free food they had no clue what we were talking about and basically told us your out of luck.
— Separate gluten-free menu
The fan services behind home plate as the list of gluten free food each season and there is always something yummy
Edit 2022: Second game of the year and they didn’t have the print out. Here’s what I found: -gluten free hotdog and hamburger rolls at stands -boogs has 2 locations (the OG outside and one behind the bullpen) the OG has buns but, the new location serves meat platters of pork and brisket. Both were good! -taco stand right near section 45 has corn tortillas -gluten free drink selections are angry orchard, Vizzy hard seltzers (mango pineapple), white claws (mango) at lists stands - stand near section 80 has wine, margaritas in a cab and Deep Eddy’s mixed drinks in cans -stand near section 60 with friends that aren’t fried with anything else!!
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Not Much
Knew about cross contamination and were extremely friendly.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
I am actually the operator of Boog’s barbecue. I have been there for 26 years. I have celiac disease and we take great lengths to make sure nobody gets sick. Everything is available gluten-free, dairy free, soy free, peanut free and fish free. The only thing with eggs is the Udi’s roll. There is no extra charge for gluten-free rolls.
— No gluten-free information on the menu
Boogs no longer has GF buns. Still good without the bun though.
I followed everyone's advice and went to Boggs. As soon as I said gluten free, they sent someone else in the kitchen. I saw him remove his gloves. The bread is packaged to avoid crosscontamination. Your plate will be prepared in the back. All the sauces are gluten free as well as chips and coleslaw. It was delicious. They also have Hard cider.
Shaky for celiacs. Had packaged buns, but hot dog pulled from vat using contaminated tongs. Also they were about to open the bun with dirty gloves. Found a grill with hot dogs and risked it after speaking with staff. No reaction so can’t complain too much I guess.
They went to a back room to make my sandwich. My bread was in a sealed bag, and it was a decent bun despite not looking like it would be good. Really excellent option for gluten free ballpark food.
Baked beans were delicious as was the sandwich. Woot woot!
Boogs BBQ went to the back to get my food from a separate containers to prevent cross contamination.
Boog’s BBQ was great. They changed gloves and went to a separate station to make my sandwich on a GF bun. That’s really the only safe GF option at Camden Yards though.
Boog’s BBQ is very celiac friendly. The manager has celiac, so she makes sure all her employees know to change gloves and go the a different station when making the sandwiches. They have gluten free buns.
I ordered a sausage gluten free and it came on a bun. Then when I asked them to correct it I watched her take it off the bun and put their back with all the other sausages. So I left without eating :(. Also, some places have gf beer but definitely not all the places listed on the allergen list. Pretty disappointing
TAKO kiosk on main concourse has GF cold pad Thai salad bowl. Pretty tasty and reasonable price for ball park food. Also red bridge GF beer at a couple of beer stands. Stop in Fan Assistance office and they have list of GF foods and the stands.
Boog's sandwich place will yell down the line for you so everyone knows you're gf, change their gloves to handle your food, and check with you at every step that your food is safe for you to eat. What a relief.
Yes, they have a nice selection (we were at Sausages/hot dogs) but staff handled my sons g/f food with the same gloves they had on while handling other orders. I had to stop them and request a new bun and glove change.
If you stop by guest services they will give you a list of all of their gluten free options.
Boog's BBQ (request gluten free bun) They will freshly carve your meat and you get different gluten free chips.
Dempsey's Brew Pub:
The Dempsey Salad
Catcher's Cobb Salad
Greek Chopped Salad
Bacon on a Stick
All burgers can be requested with a Gluten Free Bun
Eutaw Street Grill: Bacon on a Stick
Eutaw Market: Daily Salads, Yogurts, Snacks
TAKO Asian bistro:
Kogi beef - corn tortilla
Kogi chicken - corn tortilla
Pad Thai Noodles
All Roma Sausage Stands (request gluten free roll) Italian Sausage and Smoke Sausage
All O' What a Dog Stands (request gluten free roll) Esskay Hot Dogs
Pizza Boli: Gluten Free Pizza
I'm starving. After reading the other reviews about pizza boil I won't eat there. The ONLY other option I've seen is cold Thai noodles. Not really what I'm looking for after a few Red Bridges.... The only gluten free drink option I've found all night. Not my favorite. Overall thumbs down! Bring snacks if you're coming here this year.
The bad and the Good...Pizza Boli's claimed "GF Pizza" but the handling was suspect (at best). The pie was sitting out on a flour covered grate, immediately next to a regular pizza in another flour covered grate. The guy grabbed the spatula from the gluten pizza to place my "gluten free" pizza on a plate. I ended up dumping it...not worth the risk...then went to Boog's and what a difference! I asked the lady (that looked like a Manager) and she told me that they do anything Gluten Free! She has Celiac and said she brought the GF to Boog's! Down to the UDI's roll for my slices pork! She prepared my plate separate and everything was kept separate for GF...she told me I was not going to get sick on her watch!!!! <3
By home plate plaza the pizza stand has Gluten Free Pizza. They used to sell it by the slice but after some cross contamination last season with the knife they now sell it by the pie to avoid cross contamination and its great! They also sell angry orchard ciders on tap at most beer stands.
If you go to fan services they will give you a list of all gluten free food in the park. There are actually a lot of choices! Hot dogs, sausages, Boog's BBQ, bacon on a stick, etc. Both nights we were there I ate Boog's BBQ. The first night(in the club level) I got it on the GF roll. The roll was disgusting. It was like a hockey puck. I didn't eat any of it and just ended up eating the delicious turkey with a fork and knife. The second night we ordered from the main Boog's BBQ and I didn't even bother getting the roll. Here they went right back to the pit to get me fresh pork which hadn't been touched yet. It was DELICIOUS! The baked beans are also GF. We also tried the bacon on a stick which, surprisingly, wasn't that good. I'm not sure about the GF protocol at the other concession stands, but Boog's did a great job. Of course, I would love for them to have a dedicated fryer for fries. Maybe some day!