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Our family will be attending a Colorado Rockies game next week. I have had just peanuts and soda before. I was wondering if anyone else knows of safe options at this ball park? We might go with a family that has peanut allergies so I was looking for alternatives.

Thanks,

Hez

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Our family will be attending a Colorado Rockies game next week. I have had just peanuts and soda before. I was wondering if anyone else knows of safe options at this ball park? We might go with a family that has peanut allergies so I was looking for alternatives.

Thanks,

Hez

Hi there!

I live here in Denver (in fact, my DS is on a field trip at Coors Field right now!). I haven't been there since my DD was diagnosed, but I did look on the Coors Field web site to find information about concessions. It looks to me like you could probably find something although it would make me nervous since there's so much gluten there! Ultimate Nacho looks promising (I know my DD has eaten at Pepsi Center and had the nachos w/ no problems and both are managed by Aaramark--who knows if same chips, cheese, etc.).

I decided to call (303) ROCKIES and talked to a guy named Jordan. He said you could bring your own food if needed, or you can call AARAMARK at 303-312-2500 who handles all the food at Coors Field and see if they can help you further.

Here's a link to all the Coors Field food vendors (you have to scroll): http://colorado.rockies.mlb.com/col/ballpa...ark_guide.jsp#c

Concessions

The following is a list of CONCESSION AREAS within Coors Field:

Beers of the World - Sections 106, 121, 137, 146, 316

Buckaroos - A concession stand for kids featuring child sized items - Section 149

Denver Cheese Steaks - Sections 243, 331; portable locations at sections 115, and 133

Esta Fiesta (nachos) - Sections 109, 128, 134, 139, 157, 218, 226, 239, 301, 306, 312, 318, 327, 338, 344, 401, in-seats on Club Level

Fanfare (hot dogs) - Sections 109, 119, 128, 139, 157, 301, 306, 312, 318, 327, 338, 344

Garlic Fries - Sections 137

Grilled Chicken Sandwich - Section 115, 134, 144, 226, 323

Grille Works (Rockie dogs, burgers, chicken, etc.) - Sections 115, 125, 134, 137, 144, 153, 204, 218, 226, 239, 303, 316, 323, 331, 335

Hill Yard Deli - A food court featuring such specialty items as deli sandwiches, gourmet pizza slices, 1/2 lb. pub burgers, Panini sandwiches, fresh wraps, hot soup, garden burgers and footlong bratwurst - Section 137

Ice Cream (soft serve) - Sections 109, 115, 119, 128, 130, 144, 149, 218, 226, 239, 312 Ice Cream (hand dipped) - Sections 150 at Madeline's, 223 at Java City

Import Draft Beers - Sections 128, 134, 153, 306, 330, 331 Kosher dogs - Sections 109, 128, 139, 226, 239, 312, 318

Madeline's - A unique ice cream stand featuring soft serve and hand dipped ice cream cones and sundaes. - Section 150

Micro Draft Beers from the Sandlot Brewery - Sections 114, 127, 137, 221, 236,

Rounders Pizza (personal or gourmet sliced) - Sections 119, 134, 137, 149, 204, 218, 226, 239, 312, 327

Rocky Mountain Oysters - Section 139

Top Dog - Sections 130, 243, 331

The following is a list of PORTABLE CONCESSIONS throughout the ballpark:

Grill - Sections 107, 111, 117, 142, 309, 343

Popcorn - Section 107

Micro Brew Beers - Sections 106, 114, 121, 127, 137, 146, 311, 319, 330

Draft Beers - Sections 104, 123, 135, 152, 155, 318, 343

The following is a list of specialty items within Coors Field:

Blake Street Burrito - Sections 109, 134 and 331

Buffalo Hot Dogs and Brats - Portable Stand Section 146

Chocolate Dipped Ice Cream Cone - Section 150 at Madeline's

Denver Cheese Steaks - Sections 115, 133, 243 and 331

Foot Long Bratwurst - Sections 115, 125, 144, 153, 218, 226, 239, 331, portable stands 107, 117, 142, 146, 309, 340

Frozen Oasis Daquiris - Section 137

Frozen Oasis Margaritas - Sections 221, 236, 330

Jose Cuervo Margaritas - Sections 109, 118, 121, 134, 139

Liquor Bars - Sections 137, 221, 236, 314, 330 at the Clocktower, 112 at Rounders

Panini and Deli Sandwiches - Section 137

Quesadillas and Ultimate Nachos - Section 134

Ultimate Nacho - Section 109, 114, 128, 331

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I will not even try to eat at Coors Field. I've been many, many times. Bring your own food and save $, as well as protect yourself. If you want to drink alcohol, the margaritas (Cuervo booth) are safe, or get one of those large lemonades and then go to the bar and get a shot of vodka. Works for me!

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Sneak something in! If you have a doctor's note, you shouldn't even have to do any sneaking. I've never eaten at ballparks (even pre-dx) so I'm always a little confused when people want to eat there. The game's not that long, so you can easily make it through without starving and save some money. Maybe do a little tailgating pre-game so you're nice and full before you go in.

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We have to be there about 1 1/2 before the game starts. My son is in cub scouts and my dh is helping with the color gaurd. Plus we live over an hour away. So knowing me I will need some food!

Thank you so much for giving me the run down. You are right, sounds like there is gluten everywhere! I will bring in a few snacks and grab some popcorn or peanuts and call it done.

Thanks for your help!

Hez

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No need to sneak food in - they don't care if you bring your own, at least, not the 2 dozen times I've done so.

I talked to a guy named Jordan when I called 303-ROCKIES and he said you could bring your own food as well.

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