Eutaw Street is the festive area located between the Warehouse and the ballpark. Fans with game tickets are free to roam Eutaw Street, as well as the bleachers and Flag Court in search of batting practice home run balls and to enjoy any of the carnival-style attractions and concession areas.
Named for Orioles Hall of Fame catcher and 1983 World Series MVP Rick Dempsey, this full-service brew pub and restaurant located on Eutaw Street is open year round, on both gamedays and non-gamedays. The menu features upscale American fare and is highlighted by specialty beers brewed on-site. Stop in before the game to catch up with friends and watch the latest sports action of the day. Take a break in the climate-controlled bar and restaurant throughout the game, or come after to grab a late bite to eat. On non-gamedays, gather with friends and watch the Birds on the road on one of the many HD televisions inside.
Located under the orange tent behind the centerfield bleachers on Eutaw Street is Boog's BBQ. During many Orioles home games, Boog Powell, the former All-Star first baseman, can be found signing autographs and serving up some of Maryland's finest barbecue beef, pork, and turkey. Boog's BBQ is also served in the All-Star Café on the Oriole Park Club Level.
Plaques representing each member of the Orioles Hall of Fame can be found on a brick wall along Oriole Park's Eutaw Street walkway.
While strolling on Eutaw, look for the brass baseballs embedded into the sidewalk marking the spot where home runs cleared the right field fence and landed on Eutaw Street. There's also a plaque to mark the spot where Ken Griffey Jr. hit the Warehouse during the 1993 All-Star Home Run Hitting Contest.