Eat Citifield

22 Apr

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This past Tuesday, we went to CitiField to see the NY Mets take on the Houston Astros. The Mets are currently in last place, and it was rainy and cold that night; but that didn’t stop a couple of die hard fans and a large contingent of friends out to the ballpark. It was also the same night as the anticipated second playoff game between the NY Knicks and Boston Celtics, and as quintessential orange and blue fans, we tried to catch both events.

Being caught up in the moment, there were many facets of the night and CitiField that we missed in our video. Overall, the stadium is really nice, as it has a view of the NYC skyline as well as connecting bridges to the Bronx.  As you make your way into the ballpark, you can see the grandeur of the Jackie Robinson Rotunda, and once inside you can enjoy an array of ethnic cuisines and traditional ball park favorites.  The arena also has the famed Shake Shack, as well as fresh made kettle popcorn.

For me, I got my usual sausage and pepper hero; with nachos and a drink.

Pictures from Tuesday night’s game under the cut.

   

Anna enjoying her BBQ pulled chicken sandwich

The Mets are down 4-1, but at least the food is good.

At Caesars-Promenade enjoying my hero and nachos.

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3 Responses to “Eat Citifield”

  1. Timothy McCarthy April 22, 2011 at 7:52 pm #

    Great blog title! I must agree the food at Citi Field is much better than it was at Shea :). Good Eating…

    • What Would Wu Eat? April 22, 2011 at 9:14 pm #

      Thanks Timothy! What was great that night too was the line for Shake Shack and Blue Smoke was short, but I still went with my all time favorite grilled sweet sausage hero. Thanks for reading the blog!

  2. Faye April 25, 2011 at 3:04 pm #

    Superb blog post, good website style, carry on the great work

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