As of August 24th, 2021, gluten free hotdogs are now located at First Base Market at section 110. They have the individually wrapped buns and the hot dogs are on their own rollers, you assemble it yourself so there’s no risk of cross-contamination. Great to be included in the total ballpark experience!
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
They have gluten free hot dogs! One of the workers was super helpful and even showed me the UDIs box it came out of 🥰
As of May 31, 2021: gluten free hotdogs could be found at First Base Market by section 110, NOT Centerfield Market by section 149.
I went to Centerfield Market (near section 149) but couldn't find any gluten free hotdogs. They do have a few salads and chips and drinks. I waited in line and asked the cashier if she knew where the gluten free hotdogs were, she directed me to the First Base Market near section 110. After going into the market it didn't look like they had any hot dogs, but I waited in line and when I got to the back left corner of the room, I found individually plastic-wrapped gluten free hot dog buns sitting in one of those pretzel warmer boxes (there weren't any actual pretzels in there). Next to it was one of those hot dog warmer boxes labeled gluten free hotdogs, so you can assemble you're own gluten free hotdog. I paid $8.75 for the GF hot dog, a bottle of water, and a bag of potato chips. The hot dog was decent tasting, but the bun was very dry. All in all worth it for the experience of a hotdog at a baseball game, but unless you're looking for that experience specifically I would recommend eating before/after the game outside the stadium.
— Not Much
— Below Average
At truist stadium currently they do not have gluten free buns nor gluten free dipping dots. I went to central market and got a caprese salad and vegetable crudite. That's all I could find. My advice is eat beforehand
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much
— Below Average
Central market located in section 149 (another smaller market in 109) by the Delta board has a few gluten free items including a hot, bun and beer. It was $4.75 for the hotdog. Chick-fil-A might have a gluten-free option but they were closed today. Dippin dots has gluten-free ice cream flavors.
Centerfield market!!! Yes! I’ve never been able to eat a hot dog at a ballpark so this was very exciting for me. I actually got two because I was so excited. They had a ton of gf snacks and I got a big soft chocolate chip cookie as well. I haven’t eaten it because it was nearly 100° outside and the chocolate got melty. It was in a sealed bag, so I brought it back to the hotel and put it in the fridge. I’m going to try it today. It looks amazing though.
I had two hot dogs, peanuts, cotton candy and a king of pops chocolate sea salt pop and didn’t get sick at all. It was really just great.
Also the entire staff was super friendly.
The previous review will guide you to the spot with GF buns and hot dogs and she’s right that guac was amazing!!! They also have Gf beverages in the cooler. It’s before you get to the CHOA sandlot on the left.
Look for the Centerfield Market, near the big cow. Hard to find in the park! But worth it. Gluten free hot dogs w/ GF bun, chips & guacamole made in front of you, and Redbridge & cider options in the cold case. Small selection of fresh fruit & other things you might find at a Quicky-Mart. I read an article about someone else’s experience there, and they had GF fries in from a dedicated fryer. But fries were not offered the Wednesday that I visited the park. I was happy to have chips, guacamole & a hot dog, had NO problems afterwards. Bun was a little stale, no fries, so 4 stars.