Red Sox season is here, and one of the best things to look forward to are the new Fenway Park concessions. Each year, Aramark (the food and beverage provider for Fenway), releases the exciting new offerings for the season. This year is no different, and it looks like there’s something for everyone.

The second best part of going to a Sox game

The second best part of going to a Red Sox game has to be the concessions. Depending on the year, the food may actually jump to the best part of going to Fenway. And the really good news is that over the years, we’ve completely moved on from just hot dogs, peanuts, beer, and Cracker Jack. We have chowder, kale caesar wraps, veggie dogs, sliders, tacos, lobster rolls, and you can even get your Dunkin’. There’s something for everyone. And did you even go to Fenway if you didn’t get some ice cream in a Red Sox helmet? Food at Fenway can turn a good day at the ballpark into a great day.

Some alcohol changes at Fenway Park in 2024

The new season is already underway, but the home opener takes place on April 9th. For those that indulge in a little alcoholic beverage during the game, there’s some good news. You’ll be able to get a bigger beer, and there will be more places for you to find one. The Boston Licensing Board made a couple of approvals. One was to increase the size of alcoholic cans and cups from 16 ounces, to 25 ounces. There will also be more stations to get your beer or other beverage of choice. There will be 18 stations, up from 14.

New Fenway Park Concessions

Almost as exciting as a brand new season, it’s always fun to find out what new Fenway foods we have to look forward to. Here you go with what you can try on your next outing to a Sox game.

  • Irish Nachos

    New Fenway Park Concessions - Red Plate with Irish Nachos on it. Waffle fries, corned beef, sauerkraut, sour cream, Thousand Island dressing, and queso fresco.

    The new Irish Nachos at Fenway. The dish features: waffle fries, corned beef, sauerkraut, sour cream, Thousand Island dressing, and queso fresco. If you need to know where to find them, head to: Home Plate, Gate E Concessions, and Truly Terrace.

  • Chicken & Waffle Bowl

    A chicken and waffle bowl on a plate in front of a Fenway Park sign

    Looking for something sweet and savory? The Chicken and Waffle bowl is for you. It’s an edible waffle bowl filled with mashed potatoes, gravy, popcorn chicken, and scallions. You can find it at Truly Terrace.

  • Togarashi Clam Roll

    Picture of a clam roll

    Looking for a not-your-average clam roll? Try the Togarashi Clam Roll. It’s a hot dog roll filled with slaw-nappa cabbage, clam strip, togarashi sauce, and togarashi spice. In case you don’t know, togarashi is a Japanese spice mixture containing 7 different ingredients. You can find it at Truly Terrace.

  • Boston Cream Pie

    Small jar of Boston Cream Pie

    After you’ve filled up on Fenway Franks, it’s time for something sweet. That’s where the Boston Cream Pie comes in. It’s vanilla sponge cake, pastry cream, chocolate ganache, and chocolate crispearls. To find it, head to The Big Concourse, Center Field.

  • One Pound Giant Cookie

    Large one pound chocolate chip cookie

    If you’re someone who believes in, “go big or go home,” this is for you. The One Pound Giant Cookie! The giant chocolate chip cookie is great for big appetites, or to share with someone else. You can find it at The Big Concourse, Center Field.

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