There's a pretty good variety of concessions inside the Rogers Centre, most of which are found on the lower levels. Some of the best food can be found at Muddy York Market near section 109. You'll find Smoked Chopped BBQ Pork Sandwiches, Gyros, and Chicken Nachos, along with Chicken or Veggie Pasta Bowls. Muddy York Grab n Go nearby has assorted sandwiches, wraps, and salads for the more health concious fan. Also check out Shopsy's, a famous local deli, with a stand near Section 125. Quaker Steak & Lube, a favorite among Pittsburgh locals, has a stand at Sec 134 serving up Wings and Onion Rings.
Another great place to check out is Roundhouse near Section 122. Not only can you choose from a variety of imported beers but you can find a wide selection of food from their carving station like Sante Fe Smoked Pork Nachos and Red Roasted Sirloin Sandwiches (Sirloin Sandwiches also found at Sec 524).
Keep an eye out for Alexander Keith's IPA (Draft or Canned), a local beer that is recommended over that other ubiquitous Canadian beer Labatt Blue. Alexander Keith's will mostly be found at stands on the 100 and 200 Levels. As for other adult beverages, you can get Frozen Cocktails at numerous locations (check our map) and there are full liquor bars at Section 524 on the upper level and at plenty of locations on the lower levels.
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The Park and Neighborhood:
Located in the heart of the Toronto's entertainment district just west of the famous CN Tower, Rogers Centre holds almost 50,000 fans and has 5 levels of seating. With a roof that can open or close in 20 minutes, weather will rarely hold up a game. If the roof is open - you get a great view of the CN Tower. Overall, it's a clean and friendly park, although Toronto fans are notoriously silent or absent.
Underground parking is available with elevator access to the building, and there are also a number of parking lots within walking distance at varying prices. Some lots include: Rees & Queens Quay, Convention Centre (Simcoe/Station Street, south of Bremner), York & Bremner Blvd, and Front & Blue Jays Way. Parking can be pretty expensive - around $30. The underground lots will generally be cheaper, but getting out of there post-game will take a very long time. For updated rates and locations of nearby downtown lots go to parking.greenp.com
Much cheaper than the parking costs is the subway or train, you can take the Spadina/University or Yonge subway lines to Union Station, just a short walk away form the ballpark. You can also get off at St. Andrews Station and take the King Street streetcar which will then drop you at the end of both John Street and Peter Street. For more detailed information visit: www.ttc.ca.