Denver >Professional Sports > Coors Field
2001 Blake St, Denver, CO | Directions 8020539.755356 -104.993203
Neighborhoods: Northeast Denver, Five Points
.....and apple pie! – It doesn't matter whose playing, whether it is raining or 100 degrees,...this is the best thing in life and we get to see it in Coors Field? It doesn't get much better than that!
outta here – Beautiful, fun even if the Rockies don't win, of course I want them to win and then it is fantastic.
the good, the bad, and the ugly – The venue (Coors Field) is super, great seats everywhere, beautiful architecture, the staff is unbelievably helpful and kind; the prices of food and drink are going up, up, up; the team-what can I say??
low average – I have attended coors field. It is very tight and constricted. Unless you are a child of about 14,you will find the seats very uncomfortable, with limited access to the aisles and stairs. Concessions are plentiful. Parking is horrendous. You may be on one side of the field and have to walk all the way around the stadium to get to your section. For the money they spent, they did not do a very good job in design.
Coors and Oysters – I enjoy going to Coors Field because it is a great place to watch baseball, view the Rocky Mountains to the west, and enjoy great culinary delights. Why, in 1995, I sampled the local delicacies: Buffalo burgers and Rocky Mountain Oysters, the latter of which blew my mind. But it was very enjoyable, and no doubt I would like to go back.
Best place to see a ballgame, PERIOD! – I've attended many games since Coors Field opened, and I have YET to find a bad seat! The view of the field from the concourses is even good! Parking is really a choice, given the excellent public transportation options. I take the train myself, $5 roundtrip, and never have to fight for a spot to park. The hot dogs are always good, and the beverages, COLD! Take yourself out to the ballgame, and GO ROCKIES!
Coors "light" field – A great ball park, they did it right. Beer is expensive as you can guess and it's easy getting tickets. Anything can happen and it usually does. All it needs is winning club and a little tradition and it would be a gem
Best Stadium in Baseball – Coors Field is the perfect baseball stadium. An old-school look, downtown location, GRASS surface, perfect seating arangement, the works. I sat out in right field and felt like I had the best seat in the house. My ticket was 6 bucks. Beautifully designed and amazingly maintained. Coors Field is what baseball is all about.
Old school rules – Coors Field is a nice park all the way around. Great location near downtown. The surrounding Blake Street bars and pubs make it a good time before and after the game.
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