ROYAL ATHLETIC PARK FOOD CHOICES AT HARBOURCATS GAMES
The Victoria HarbourCats are pleased to offer a varied selection of concession options at our West Coast League home games — what we believe to be the best options in all of collegiate summer baseball.
Reminder that those people who sit in our DIAMOND CLUB field-level box seats and in the first two rows of the Campbell Real Estate Club Seats receive food and beverage service to their seats.
IMPORTANT! City of Victoria policy does not allow for the sale of bottled water at any of the food trucks or concessions in the park. Fans may bring in a re-useable water bottle, or purchase one from our merchandise tent, that they can then re-fill at stations located in the men’s and woman’s washrooms.
BEER / CIDER / COOLERS
For those 19 and over, we offer a variety of beer, cider and cooler selections including our very own HarbourCats Ale, brewed especially for us by Spinnaker’s Brew Pub. And on Spinnaker’s winning Wednesday’s, those selections are offered for just $5!
Great hot dogs, with grilled onions, and standard fare of soft drinks, popcorn, candy bars, chips, and the like. The hot dogs are a fan fave!
The pink truck down the third-base line, in the picnic area, offering gourmet burgers, poutine, and a variety of great options. The lines can be long, because the food is so good! Bonus, that you can see the game while in those lineups, great vantage point above the visiting team dugout.
MOLLY’S FISH AND CHIPS
Fish and chips. At a baseball game. Does it get any better? This food truck has become a hotbed of activity in its first season at the park, and always hopping. Other options include halibut burgers and chicken strips and fries!
JACKSON’S ICE CREAM
Yum. Hard ice cream, cone or sundae. Baseball. Sunny weather, outdoors. No more needs to be said about what Jackson and his crew do to make people happy.
GREEK on the STREET
Some of the best Greek food on the go…salads, souvlaki, gyros and more!
What an addition! Miniature bites of pure deliciousness! These mini-donuts aren’t eaten as much as they are inhaled.