The only problem with the concession offerings at Appalachian Power Park in Charleston is that there is too much good food to choose from!
The Power Alley Grill (a full sports bar) features Quaker Steak and Lube fare. I tried my best to resist in order to save more room to sample concession stand food, but I had to have an order of delicious ranch wings when it started raining before the game and I needed to get out of the rain. Quaker Steak and Lube ranch sauced wings are my all-time favorite wings!
Next it was on to a stand that served BBQ pork or BBQ beef brisket sandwiches or nachos. The choice between BBQ pork and BBQ beef brisket is always a difficult choice for me. Since brisket is offered less often than pulled pork, I usually opt for the beef, which I did this time. I thought that the $7.00 price for a beef brisket sandwich with ruffled potato chips and a condiment-sized cup of coleslaw was reasonable. The fresh bun was slightly bigger than an average hamburger bun, but it couldn't quite hold up to the generous serving of juicy beef brisket. (I would have preferred the bun either be toasted or be one that could better hold up to the juicy contents -- I have a fear of soggy bread!) The pulled beef brisket was tender and has an unexpected spicy flavor that tasted like chili, which I enjoyed very much, even with the soggy bun.
The park also sports an organic food stand that had a very interesting apple and chicken sausage - I really wanted to try one, but I was too stuffed! There's also an Italian stand and a wine stand. I did find room to finish off the evening with a huge serving of vanilla soft serve in a souvenir helmet for $4.00.