Fairly wide concourses and great sightlines are just a few things we love about this stadium. The upper seats have scenic views of the city, and there are over 500 flat screen TVs installed thoughout the stadium so you'll never miss a moment of the game while grabbing food or taking a bathroom break.
One unique feature: on the SW Plaza, there's a stone mosaic of piano keys displayed, representing the old Knaabe Piano Factory once located where the stadium now sits.
Food and Drink:
One of the most popular concessions inside is Bell's Famous Chili, found on all levels throughout the stadium. Also check out The Green Turtle at section 535 for Sliders, Turtle Bites, and Boardwalk Fries or Attman's Deli at setion 119 for Corned Beef, Pastrami, Turkey Sandwiches, Burgers, and Kosher Dogs. Also keep your eyes peeled for Crab Cakes - a must have when you're in Maryland.
There are a few places to grab some great drinks like the Bacardi Zone, at section 126 or The Talon Pub at section 146. There are also numerous Guinness Draft portable stands located at numerous locations. Check our interior maps for exact locations for these and other recommendations.
Food will be a little pricey, but it's to be expected. If you prefer though, food IS allowed to be brought inside, although no open beverage containers are permitted.
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The Stadium and Neighborhood:
Located near the Inner Harbor, one of the most visited areas of the city, M & T Bank Stadium (or "The Bank") is adjacent to Oriole Park at Camden Yards.On the walkway leading from Oriole Park between parking lots B and C you'll find Ravenswalk - an awesome tailgating experience. What makes it so awesome? They do all the work for you with bar and food stands, music, and interactive games. Open 3 hours before kickoff, they have an early bird special for the first hour when you can get 2-for-1 drinks.
With it's convenient location, there are a lot of places to check out in the neighborhood after the game. About a mile east is Harborplace - an outdoor mall with plenty of shopping and dining options, or stop by the Babe Ruth Museum only blocks away if you're a baseball fan. If you want something a little less touristy then hit up the Federal Hill neighborhood and drink and eat with the locals at places like the Purple Patio at Mother's Federal Hill Grille, which turns their parking lot into a tailgate area for home games. Check out some of the bar and restaurant icons on our exterior map for details on these and other suggestions.
Lots owned by the stadium are generally pre sold to season ticket holders, but there are plenty of options if you don't have a pass already. You can purchase advanced parking online at the Baltimore Arena parking garage for around $30. Visit HERE for the ticketing website. There are also several Park and Ride Stations where special busses will shuttle you to and from the stadium for $20. Some pickup locations include White Marsh Park & Ride, Carney Park & Ride, Westminster Target, and Rohrbaugh's Terminal, Manchester, MD.
Be sure to check our parking map on the exterior for other garage and lot options, as many of our parking icons will link to Parkwhiz.com where you can purchase tickets right through us or just show up the day of the game. If you don't mind walking 3/4 of a mile to save some money, there's an $11-$13 garage (the cheapest we've found) on East Lombardi Street, so be sure to check our "Before and After the Game" map for specific location.
The Baltimore Light Rail has a stop at Hamburg Street on the Blue or Yellow lines. For more info on schedules, go to www.mtamaryland.com
Be sure to also read our Fanzooloo Faves in our "During the Game" section for some recommendations once inside the stadium!
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