Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Scans from Saturday

Oh, wait a sec -- I have one from last Wednesday, too. Here's MattE's game day program and the one-page article inside.



Okay, back to Saturday. This sticker was handed to me as I walked in -- cute, huh?

The Braves offices have schedules in Japanese, with Kawakami on the cover instead of Lowe (the English version), and I think I saw New Javy on the cover of the Spanish schedule (but I didn't get to take one of those). Here's the front and back of the Japanese schedule.

If you have the opportunity to sit between the dugouts on the lower level, they have servers that will take your food and beverage orders and bring them right to your seat, at a slightly higher price and not including tip. ;) Here is the "Premium Service Menu": front cover ~ page 2 ~ page 3 ~ back cover

I ordered the kids meal with chicken nuggets. It was pretty tasty, and I gave the crayons to B's niece, who colored on the bag. (I kept the animal crackers though -- they were more like lemon cookies in vague animal shapes, and they were delicious!)

6 comments:

Crista Michelle said...

Excluding this year (I assume) we always sit behind the dugouts for birthday games, I never get to much, but I love the service.


This year though, for my birthday atleast, i'm thinking we may trade in some tickets and get outfield pavillion seats right next to the bullpen :)

CABravesFan said...

Dodger Stadium has seating like that now...right next to the dugouts and no netting (really fun on foul balls!) so when any of you want to come out (ahem august 6,7,8,9) and play with me...they also have a full bar if you are so inclined ;)

Crista Michelle said...

CA- I'd love to. Unfortunatley, I'll be back in school by then xp.


You should come chill with us in the ATL :D

Amanda said...

I've sat in the section next to the bullpen before, I like it over there. :D

I'm taking my granny to her first ever braves game at any stadium sometime this summer and I want to buy really good tickets. If any of you know what the "section number" of a good area is please let me know. I know you can look at the seating chart but you just can't tell until you see it live whats GREAT vs whats just GOOD.

Lauren T. said...

If I was taking my grammy to a game (she's 80, BTW), I'd sit in section 204, 206, 208, or 210. That's the terrace level and is in the shade, plus you're far enough down on the field that the view is great. It's between home plate and third base, so the higher the number is, the closer to 3B (and the better view into the dugout!). They're better-priced than dugout-level seats, and they are high enough off the field to get a little breeze. :)

Email me if you have any other questions -- I have some good pics. :)

Amanda said...

Thanks for the suggestions, Lauren. She's 82 and wants field level seats lol but she has no idea what that is. I really dont mind paying a lot for a couple good seats since its the only game she'll probably ever get to since we live 2 hours away.

I will email later you for some pics of that section if you have them?

She specifically wants to go to a Saturday game and she wants to go to a 4:00 game so its not so late when she gets home lol. So that limits me to the July 18th Mets game and, I think, August 1st Dodgers game.