I feel like reviewing a baseball stadium is a little strange. If you're looking to go to a baseball game it's not like you have a choice where to go. But that said, this stadium is a vast improvement over the old Busch Stadium in St. Louis. i ca also say that I am not a Cardinal fan, so this in't a biased opinion of the stadium. It is clean and well kept with plenty of food options and facilities. The open concourse is a nice touch and brings a feel for the city into the ballpark. The best part of this stadium is from your seat though. The stadium has great sightlines and views from all over and the lack of a terrace for most of the outfield means increased airflow also. It helps on hot and muggy nights to not be sitting inside of a enclosed bowl like the old style of satdiums. The brickwwork give it an old-timey feel (similar to Camden Yards) and the new ballpark village across the street is a modern take on Wrigleyville.
All around, there isn't much to complain about here. If you're coming from out of town it's also worth mentioning that there are more special seating areas in this stadium than you can hardly keep track of. The seating areas in the outfield tend to be the best deals (such as the Coca-Cola Patio) and usually include food and drinks in the price.
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