Colorado Rockies: The 5 best things to eat at Coors Field

DENVER, CO - MAY 05: Fans visit the grille on the upper concourse of the stadium as sun sets while the Atlanta Braves defeat the Colorado Rockies 13-9 at Coors Field on May 5, 2012 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
DENVER, CO - MAY 05: Fans visit the grille on the upper concourse of the stadium as sun sets while the Atlanta Braves defeat the Colorado Rockies 13-9 at Coors Field on May 5, 2012 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images) /
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DENVER, CO – APRIL 10: The statue of ‘The Player’ stands sentry outside the stadium as the Colorado Rockies host the Chicago Cubs during the Rockies home opener at Coors Field on April 10, 2015 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images) /

In no certain order (except saving dessert for last)…

Biker Jim’s – Located on the third concourse right by home plate, these aren’t your average hot dogs. Biker Jim’s brings a little taste of Colorado to the menu, including wild game meat like elk and buffalo. There are options for every taste and spice level … and you’re actually getting something unique and tasty. What a concept!

CHUBurger – I know, I know. I bashed the Helton Burger on the last page (sorry to all of those I offended). If you’re going to get a burger at a Rockies game, take the time to head to Section 303 (a heck of an area code as well, if I might add). With the tie-in with Oskar Blues, the beef is “Hops and Heifers Approved” and not dry at all. Fresh ingredients and plenty of options to dress up a great-tasting piece of beef makes this the burger you must try at Coors Field.

Pizza from Wazee Market – Section 137 is the place to go if you’re up for a good pie. Before one game last season, I was in the mood for pizza and this hit the spot. Wood fired and hand-tossed, this is pizza that has taste if you’re looking for a little something different to have during the game.

Barbacoa carnitas – Sections 139, 218 and 239. I am a sucker for barbacoa and this hits the mark. Again, it’s not your average ballpark food … and that’s one of the reasons why it’s been recommended to me by several season ticket holders.

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Apple pie nachos – Section 130. Wow. Simply wow. Cinnamon chips, apple pie filling and whipped cream. What more can be said? If you want to see my review of it from last season, just click here for the photos and all of the praise I dished upon this treat that is worth the calories.

*Note: Locations and options may change. 

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