For lunch, I got what the salesperson told me was the most popular item of the day at Fieldtrip, a vendor by award-winning chef JJ Johnson. My salmon bowl was delicious, and cost $20.
As I sat to eat my lunch, other spectators looking for seats came to join me at my outdoor table. One had ordered this buffalo chicken melt for $19.50 from Melt Shop.
Two others at the table got salads for $13 and $15, and one topped hers with chicken for an additional $6.
I was also at the stadium for dinner, so I landed on a $16 order of chicken tenders and fries, which I saw a lot of people walking around with all day.
My order came as a basket with mostly waffle fries, which were tasty, but the small pieces of chicken totaled to around three complete tenders, and I felt like that was not enough to sustain someone like me after a long day.
There was another more expensive option for chicken tenders that I skipped myself: A $24, three-tender order from Fuku.
As I walked around the grounds, I saw a lot of people were also eating the $18 personal margherita pizza from San Matteo …
… and the $10 hot dog and $15 cheeseburger from Prime Burger.
There were also some seemingly less popular items I saw like these açaí bowls, which ranged in price from $17.50 for a small to $25 for a large.
Walking through the food village, I saw some more hungry guests with $14 veggie bowls from Fieldtrip …
… $22 rice bowls and $11 dumplings from Korilla Korean Barbecue …
… and $24 poke bowls from Poke Yachty, where you could add a side of edamame for $10.
I also saw several tables in the food village topped with $21 pastrami sandwiches from Kosher Grill.
One couple I saw sitting on a grassy area showed me their $16 chickpea wrap from Gourmet Garage that they shared because they “needed sustenance” after standing in the sun all day.
There were a lot of lobster rolls floating around the grounds, but this duo got theirs for $31 from The Crabby Shack, along with a $16 Nashville Hot Fish sandwich and $9 Old Bay-seasoned fries.
In addition to the food vendors in the main areas, there was a stand-alone vendor positioned by Grandstand stadium from chef Josh Capon called Fly Fish. The menu features $31 oysters, $24 shrimp cocktail, and a $31 lobster roll among others.