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One of my very favorite places to dine in Seattle! No, really. The past few years, Safeco Field has been transformed to a dining destination featuring locally sourced foods. High fives to chef Ethan Stowell for helping to make that happen. As a consultant, he has connected the awesome crew from Centerplate with purveyors including Taylor Shellfish, Carlton Farms and Painted Hills. Mariners fans can now get oyster po-boys, smoky barbecue, even tongue tacos! Those are available at the super-chill new Edgar's Cantina and Home Run Porch, named in honor of the team's most-beloved player, Edgar Martinez. Sure, there are still popcorn, peanuts and Crackerjack -- as well as the stinky garlic fries -- but hip, hip hooray for so many amazing options. Plus, the Moose! Love the Mariners Moose, yes I do!!
I love Safeco Field. It has the fell of the old time stadiums. I grew up in Tiger Stadium and Safeco has that kind of classic feel.
How did we put up with the Kingdome so long? Even when the roof closes on Safeco you're still outside.
Ok, the concessions are the worst I have ever seen. The prices are offensive to the point where I want to protest. I've NEVER seen a ballpark so expensive.
AWSOME GARLIC FRIES. Safco Field has awsome garlic fries. Baseball is at it's best when you come to Safeco Field. I hope that the Mariners do good this year as they have a new manager.
same ol'. If you like sports than you will like this place. But your in Seattle. Go to a club, museum, gallery, or shop. We have some of the best glass blowers in the US, check it out. The William Traver gallery on 1st.
sweetness. great everything in the field i love the roof it is nice
Gorgeous!!!. The stadium is beautiful. I'm from Houston and we have an awesome stadium too but it's neat that you can look out onto the water from Safeco Field. It's also nice that you can buy food from outside and bring it in. We can't do that at Minute Maid Park. Almost all the seats were full on a Tuesday night game.
Two words: GARLIC FRIES
Who hasn't smelled that wonderful aroma the minute they enter the park?
The park is beautiful no matter where your seats are
My Oh My!!. When I think Of Seattle Wa. I think of the smell of the ocean blowing in from left field as Im watching the Mariners beat every team in Major League Baseball. Safco field is a very unique Venue. Therefore I would rate Safeco Field a 'Must See' when you visit Seattle.
Best Stadium Experience. The experience of Safeco Field rivals any other ballpark in the world. The architects at NBBJ created a brick structure that reflects the neighborhood of Pioneer Square that connects Safeco Field to the city. The retractable roof can open and shut in a matter of minutes if rain begins. No more rainouts, no more indoor games when it is sunny. The Mariners are an exciting team, and the ballpark is a great place for a fun family experience.
Thank God the Kingdome is gone. Thank God the Kingdome is gone, and now we have Safeco. No matter how awesome any park can be, it's never going to be perfect, and they will ALWAYS make a better park. But for the time being, Seattle finally has a ball park to be proud of. The seating positions are excellent from most all vantage poing. Getting around the park is very convienent. Though the food can be improved, it's far better than what was offered at da dome. My only complain is that there are still too many bitter people over how the park got to be. To you that are til bitter... suck it up... we got our park and the debate is all over.
Great Stadium. Unlike that ballpark in Denver, Safeco is a real baseball field where teams that actually play defense and use some strategy can win on a regular basis.
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