- Cuisine: Comfort Food
- Price: $$
- Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
Federal Donuts Fried Chicken has arrived at Citizens Bank Park.
Friday I went to Citizens Bank Park to see first-hand how the new Federal Donuts stand would fare as well as to check out the new Alley Brewing Co. on Ashburn Alley.
Being that they are Federal Donuts, the stand did indeed sell out. The fried chicken lasted just as long as Kyle Kendrick, both bowing out after 5 and 2/3rd innings or just short of two hours after first pitch. The whole Federal Donuts brain trust was on hand to oversee the operation. Thomas Henneman told us that the first two on-deck series games were vital in working out the kinks. But some hiccups remained, there were problems with the doughnut batter, the Citizens Bank Park doughnuts were much puffier than those found at the other locations. Henneman wasn’t entirely pleased with the fried chicken either. But as Bob Logue pointed out. Friday was leaps and bounds above where they were a week before and would continue to improve (and of course have enough chicken to last an entire game).
The Citizens Bank Park location of Federal Donuts offers two varieties of fried chicken; chili-garlic glazed and naked. The two-piece chicken box with honey dipped doughnut is $9.75. A two pack of brown sugar and cinnamon dusted doughnuts are $3.75.
We’ll be tweeting from the Phillies opening day at Citizens Bank Park. Look for our reports about the lines at Federal Donuts, the new beer garden and whatever other food and drink news we can find.
Yes, we are getting paid to go to Opening Day, eat donuts and fried chicken, drink beer and watch baseball. Very often, it’s good to be the ‘booz.
Yesterday the Federal Donuts at Citizens Bank Park received its awning. Here it is just before it was lifted into place. Federal Donuts won’t be ready for this weekend’s On Deck Series but there are always the other two locations.