My First Look @ Citi Field

Yesterday, I got the opportunity to check out Citi Field… watched the Mets workout. That wasn’t as exciting as seeing the stadium for the first time. It was cool just roaming around, and checking out different sections and views. I like the new layout, it reminds me of Keyspan Park. I’m not feeling the inside through, all the exposed lighting and such. But, it’s minor. I’d say there really isn’t a bad seat in the house… that’s just my opinion. They really designed Citi Field with the idea that you could see the field no matter where you are… and I like that. Plus, there are a ton of food options now… my little sister lucked out, and we  got our meal for free… due to vaulty registers. The Shake Shack burgers and fries were really good, and I wouldn’t mind dropping $5.75 on that burger, that’s for sure.

I also love the idea of the Fan Walk, my family and I bought a brick, it was fun seeing our names as a part of Mets history. ;o)

Looking forward to spending more time at Citi Field. I didn’t get a chance to fully take it all in!

I’m not going to make any lofty predictations… I just hope the Mets really kick some ass this season. Clean slate, new stadium.

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2 thoughts on “My First Look @ Citi Field

  1. I never get a vaulty register free-be. I’m not a huge fan of the name of the new field. “Citi Field” seems way too generic. What about “Metro Stadium,” or “Field of Amazing!” Or something other then “Citi Field.” Isn’t that an oxymoron. How much is a brick on the walk of fame?

    • I agree with you on the name, I personally call it “new Shea,” but that’s just me. And, the costly brick on the walk of fame depended on the size. My family’s brick was around $400 bucks. Totally worth it in my opinion ;o)

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