One thing you'll want to check out is the Memorial Hermann Sky Court at the North end of the Upper Concourse. It's an interactive area with a replica of Center Court, vertical jumps, replica player lockers, interactive kiosks, and other games and displays.
Food and Drink:
There are 4 large food court areas (2 on the main concourse, and 2 on the upper), in addition to a few other scattered concessions. If you're looking for something more than a regular hot dog, you'll find Texas Dogs and Chicago Dogs at the food court behind section 102. Texas BBQ like Beef Brisket Sandwiches and Loaded Baked Potatoes are at food courts 125 and 403 and behind sections 115 and 423 the Texas BBQ offerings include Apple Wood Smoked Turkey Subs and Spicy Marinated Pork Sandwiches.
Mexican food like Carne Asada Burrito Bowls are offered at the food courts behind sections 125 and 433 and Chinese Food can be found at Section 102.
For something on the healthy side, Grilled Chicken Sandwiches are at section 125 or several kinds of organic Neiman Ranch Sausages are at section 115. For vegetarians, Yogurt and Fruit Parfaits and Salads are also at section 115, but unfortunately Veggie and Portobello Burgers are available on the Club level only.
For the best variety of alcoholic beverages, check out Jack Daniels Old No. 7 Bar on the Main Concourse.
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The Arena and Neighborhood:
Open since 2003, Toyota Center is conveniently located right in downtown Houston in the central business district just a few blocks SW from the Astros' Minute Maid Park. Also home to AHL's Houston Aeros, unique features include large open windows and a playing surface 32 feet below street level (giving it the largest lower arena around). It's within walking distance of several barts, restaurants, the rail system, and hotels.
Located not far from both I-45 and the Eastex Fwy, access by car is fairly easy. Right at the arena you'll find a 2,500-space, seven story parking garage. The garage includes a private skybridge entrance for premium guests and is located at 1515 Jackson Street. The arena is not far from many other downtown garages and surface parking lots as well. Some downtown restaurants and hotel offer shuttles, so always ask. Lucky’s Pub, found on our "Before & After the Game" map, offers free shuttles so be sure to check them out. Also look for parking icons on our map, as a couple allow you to book a spot right online through us.
The 81 and 82 bus routes have stops not far away on McKinney Street as does the 40 line right at Bell Street, and the MetroRail has several stops nearby as well. The Metro Rail also stops near The Flying Saucer - one of our favorite downtown spots so you can grab a bite, try one of the many beers on tap, then walk to the game. If you go to the Metro Rail website, you can download a rail map to your ipod or phone. www.ridemetro.org.