Madero Grade: A
Pros of the ballpark:
experience starts as soon as the car is parked. Just like a Packer
or Badger game everyone comes together as if it were a family
reunion. The Parking lot weather it be general or preferred is one
big party. The smell puts anyone in the mood for baseball and summer
in general. Bag toss and other tailgating games are common. Everyone
is decked out in Brewer shwag (gear) so if you have some wear it.
Time fly's when your tailgating at MP. It is just about game time.
Take a stroll past Miller Parks little brother. A miraculous little
league diamond that mimics the park and makes you wish that 12 years
old could be again. Steps away are Brewer legends. The hall of fame
statues serve as a perfect meeting spot. Watch out for o'l Hank hes
got a big bat. The stadium it self towers high overhead and looks
really cool from 100 or so yrds out when looking at the grand entry.
These days the team and their fans are very enthusiastic. Lets go
Brewer ch ants and crowd roars are common but not over kill. Don't
pay to much for a ticket because Miller Park has some of the best
standing room viewpoints in all of baseball. I prefer the boardwalk
in the outfield. You can walk around the entire park and at the same
time not miss a pitch. Its pretty awesome. Great Energy, Great Fans,
Beautiful Exterior, Super Close Seating, Awesome Wondering Park.
Anytime of year is great. Opening day or Cubs game highly
Cons of the ballpark:
bit standard in a number of places once in the stadium. Not a
downtown spot. Can't have world class tailgating and a downtown
seen. Kelly's Bleachers and Rounding Third are a couple pretty cool
bars in the area. (may run into players on occasion). Fair share of
drunks and drunk drivers after the game. If your a Cubs or Yankee
fan expect a little less welcome. Most people just have fun with the
Really Fun Park
anonymous Grade: A
Pros of the ballpark:
Miller Park does a great job of keeping the game family fun. The
fans are really into every game. When you are walking in, you feel
like you are at a Packers game because of all of the people
tailgating. The retractable roof is a cool feature in the park.
Another great thing about the park is that it has reasonable food
and drink prices and it is such a nice park.
Cons of the ballpark:
parking before and after the game is VERY congested, and it takes
awhile to leave after the game, it took us about half an hour. They
play too much rap music with swearing in walk-up songs, and every
once in awhile a fan can get very drunk.
Overall, Miller Park offers a great baseball experience at a great
By: Dan M. Grade: A
Pros of the ballpark:
live in the northern suburbs of Chicago. Both Miller Park and
Wrigley Field are around 60 minutes from my home. I have to say the
#1 Pro of Miller Park is the roof. Early season games are Wrigley
are borderline not fun when its cold, which it often is until late
May. At Miller Park on a 40 degree day, its about 65 degrees inside.
I have no clue what people are talking about when they are saying
its "in the middle of nowhere". Its right off the expressway, within
the Milwaukee city limits, close to a residential neighborhood.
There aren't any restaurants across the street, perhaps that is the
complaint. You can however eat at a nearby bar and grill, and take a
free shuttle to the game. Anyways, the #2 Pro is the food! As
ballpark food goes, Miller Park ranks up there. A very wide
selection of brats/sausages/pizza/ chicken/fish/pasta/cheese
curds/cheese fries/and on and on. I've been to several sold-out Cubs
games here and I never stand in line for long at any concession or
restroom. So much different than Wrigley where the lines cause you
to miss a half-inning. Miller Park has a very clean, efficient feel
to it. Its a must-see for any baseball enthusiast. Plenty of
parking. People who are complaining about the distance from the
parking to the stadium should probably go out and get a little
exercise once in a while, because a quarter-mile is really not that
far people! When you park on the streets at Wrigley for a day game
you are walking a heck of a lot further than that. Seating is great.
Even on the 4th level you feel on top of the action. Seats are very
Cons of the ballpark:
rate the scenery in the middle of the pack relative to other
stadiums. It looks nice inside, definitely not the atmosphere you're
getting at Wrigley or Coors or Pittsburgh or San Fran.
top 10 ballpark. Top 5 facilities, but mediocre scenery.
By: Richard and Mona Grade: A
Pros of the ballpark:
Fantastic seating and sight lines; don't think there is a single
obstructed seat. A simultaneous feeling of being in a very large
ball park, but very close to the field and action. Easy access to
everything with the wide passageways all over. No problem finding
restrooms. VERY comfortable seats, each with drink holding
provisions. Super friendly crowd who obviously support their Brewers
even in losing seasons. Marvelous architecture, with the red brick
exterior, and comfortable, but modern interior. We took a convenient
shuttle from a downtown hotel for a couple of bucks, and were right
at the stadium in a matter of minutes. I've seen some comments that
"it's in the middle of nowhere", but that is misleading. It is a bit
outside of downtown among several freeways, but there are nearby
neighborhoods, and you are only a few minutes from downtown with all
of the bars and restaurants and nightlife you want.
Cons of the ballpark: A bit
of confusion for post-game pickups with the shuttle, but not bad.
Additional Comments: The
only two good things about the former County Stadium which Miller
Park replaced was (a) it brought in the original Boston Braves; and
(b) Hank Aaron -- the true king of home runs.
By: Will G. Grade: B
Pros of the ballpark: Miller Park is a tough ballpark to
figure: it seems to garner high praise or serious scorn with very
little middle ground. Personally, I've made several trips up to
Milwaukee from Chicago over the years to this park and I've always
had a nice experience of courteous ushers, very easy access to and
fro the park, reasonable prices, a sausage lover's dream of various
tasty links, and a clean, impressive facility that offers very
comfortable seats (the right field bleachers are very underrated)
and an overall laid-back atmosphere without many gimmicks (the
sausage race being the coolest of any and all gimmicks!) The roof is
definitely interesting, but while it's Miller Park's signature
feature, it's also it's biggest drawback (see cons); personally, the
roof is fascinating to look at, but limits the open air space of the
park and makes for a completely different experience of open vs.
closed. I always marvel at how classy and almost aristocratic Miller
Park feels, particularly when walking around what feels like a
highly polished concourse instead of just plain old concrete
sidewalk. The brick and mortar exterior is gorgeous and the adjacent
field for youths is a nice touch.
Cons of the ballpark: The fan-shaped roof is easy to spot from a
distance and borders on unseemly. It also gives a rather cold,
sterile feel to the park, especially when it's closed and
particularly in the upper deck area. What's with shoving Bernie the
Brewer to the upper reaches of the park? The person inside the
costume must have some guts whirling about in a slide about a
hundred feet over the playing field. Still, some people complain of
too much green used here and a rather sedated feel that feels more
amphitheatre than baseball field, but I think it gives Miller Park a
more distinct feel than many of the retro parks that have taken to
copying each other. Miller Park is truly out in the middle of
nowhere, though it helps make traffic almost non-existent; still, it
feels more suited for a metropolitan New York than beer 'n brat
Milwaukee. As with most new ball parks, ushers are too noticeable,
though generally pleasant.
Additional Comments: There's not much to do around the park,
so either eat elsewhere before/after the game, or prepare yourself
for an angioplasty after you inevitably wolf down the sausage grand
slam: Italian, Polish, bratwurst, and hot dog. Even with the Brewers
newfound success, good tix are still easy to get, even if a bit more
expensive than what you expect from Milwaukee.
By: John Russel Grade: A
Pros of the ballpark:
of them. We attended a game last fall with a handicapped friend, and
the ballpark staff was wonderful to work with. They wheeled him
right to our section and then helped him to his seat. A couple of
other places I have been could learn a thing or two from Milwaukee
in this regard. I also liked the feel of the park. A couple of us
did the "stadium walk" where we take a lap around the entire
facility and saw a lot of nice things. Obviously some locations are
better than others, but that's the case with every stadium. Food in
Milwaukee is second to none in my book - their bratwursts are great
and they have a better selection of beers to choose from (Miller
products obviously) than some places I have been. Finally, you have
to love Milwaukee and its fans - a classic Midwest city with some of
the best fans in baseball.
Cons of the ballpark:
many. The ticket prices are a little high and, as others have
mentioned, the sound system left a little bit to be desired;
the seven Major League parks (and numerous Minor League and spring
training parks) I have attended this was my favorite. We attended on
a day last fall when heavy rain fell, and the roof was the only
reason we saw a game. It looks like this is a park where the more
expensive seats are worth it. If you only go to a couple of games a
year like we do, spend the extra $15 and sit in a great place. We
already have our trip planned for this year.
By: Steve V. Grade: B
Pros of the ballpark:
Extremely loyal and friendly fans. Very helpful and friendly staff.
Great views from almost anywhere. Food is good and can't beat the
party in the parking lot.
Cons of the ballpark:
is closed way too often. Should be open unless it's raining or very
Overall, you will not be dissapointed with a visit to Miller Park.
Alot of people have mentioned there is nothing to do in the area
around the park and that it's in the middle of "nowhere." While this
is not New York or L.A., the field is hardly in the middle of
nowhere. After the game, walk to one of the many bars around the
field...they are not right across the street like at Wrigley, but
there are many in the area (this is Milwaukee after all). If
drinking is not your thing, Miller Park is 5 minutes from downtown
Milwaukee. There you can find just about any type of restaraunt,
bar, club, museum, art galleries or whatever you want to do. If at
first glance, you feel like your in the middle of "nowhere," ask a
local, they are glad to help...like I said, this isn't New York.
By: M. McGirk Grade: B
Pros of the ballpark: The tailgating at Miller Park is second
to none ! Very fun atmosphere in the lots. Inside, there really
isn't a bad view anywhere except Bernie's Terrace. There is a ton of
activities for kids to do before the game. Good food at Fridays
Front Row grill. Most concession food is average, the Polish Sausage
and Cactus League Nachos are dynamite exceptions ! The beer was
fresh and cold and there were many choices of both food and drink.
Not just dogs and brats like someone else said. Bathrooms are clean
and there's plenty of them, except in the parking lot. Bernie was
hard to see on his perch but fun to watch slide none the less.
Cons of the ballpark: The Park itself has bit of a "closed
in" feel even when the roof is open. When it is closed it feels
like a big airplane hangar or sardine can. But if the roof's open
and the skies are blue and you sit somewhere behind home plate
facing the outfield wall, it seems alot more spacious. There is way
too much olive green but I understand they are trying to remedy that
by adding some other colors. The food was luke warm except at
Fridays. The ticket prices are a little high I thought. The sound
system is horrible. Some of the parking lots are too far from the
park ! Not much of an outfield view. Too many ads and their window
panels partially block the view of outside , which ain't much of a
Additional Comments: Even though the Brewers kinda stink, the
fans were all pretty mellow and respectful. Don't get me wrong,
there are some drunks in every crowd. But really if you go to a day
game it's mostly nice families. The staff was top notch and very
helpful. I would go again just for the tailgating.
By: Jason T. Grade: B
Pros of the ballpark: The Brats were amazing. When the roof
is open it creates a cozy, relaxing atmosphere. There is a lot of
parking with easy access back on the highway. This park is a
tailgaters dream with a wide allotment of space. Also, non-alcoholic
sections for families. It has a great scoreboard and the ushers
don't hassle you too much.
Cons of the ballpark: Whether it is because the team is only
mediocre or not, the fans do not come to watch a baseball game.
Being a White Sox fan I thought I had seen the rudest fans yet, but
some of the drunks in Milwaukee take the cake. What many interpret
as "friendly" I interpret as bothersome. We literally had to move
from two different sets of seats because of the rowdiness around us.
There are some blind spots throughout the park, and Bernie's Terrace
completely cuts off all of right field. The PA system was a bit of a
Additional Comments: A nice park to go to with the right
crowd. A great tailgating park has its pros and cons, and unless
your a big drinker, the family sections might be best for your kids.
I also wish they would leave the roof open at all times barring rain
or a significant cold temperature. It really is a different park
with the roof open.
By: Jason H. Grade: B
Pros of the ballpark: Tailgating was unbelievably great.
Huge parking areas conducive to grilling and tossing around a
football/Frisbee etc. The fans were friendly and knew how to have a
good time. (probably due in part to the beer) Wide concourses,
beautiful field. Even though the roof was closed due to the 45
degree weather, I found that it didn't feel indoors. This could be
in part that my home park is the Metrodome. (aka big inflatable
toilet as we call it) It was a sellout game and was almost as noisy
as the dome which surprised me. The ball seemed to jump out of the
park with the roof closed. (I saw 12 home runs in 2 games).
Cons of the ballpark: When on the top row of the first and
second levels, the overhang block the view of some fly balls.
Bernie's perch is ridiculously high and out of vision of the
action. I didn't even realize he was up there until the 6th
inning. Food is average. (brats, dogs, and not much else).
Additional Comments: Had a great time! I will definitely go
again. I can only hope the twins new park is this great.
By: Josh Thomas Grade: B
Pros of the ballpark: This park has one of the best
scoreboards in the majors. The retractable roofs does not take a
long time to close it is VERY unique to Miller Park. Tailgating is
fun to do here and you can't really do it at other ballparks. The
fans are friendly to people who like different teams (Even the
Yankees my team!)
Cons of the ballpark: I have never been to County Stadium
before but I heard that County Stadium was a more underrated
ballpark. It rained while we were there and roof leaked a little.
The roof is also painted an ugly green color. There aren't too many
bathrooms there so be patient if you really have to go.
Additional Comments: I have been to 27 ballparks and this is
my 16th favorite.
By: Mark Grade: B
Pros of the ballpark: When the Brewers built Miller Park, we
were told it was going to be a ballpark along the lines of Oriole
Park or Jacobs field-- a new "old" ballpark, but with a retractable
roof. We got the roof, but to me they did not capture the new "old"
feel of all those other beautiful new parks. It is bland, green and
somehow just looks fake in many ways. Now, the good stuff: arguably
the best tailgating anywhere, intimate seating (most seats are very
close to the action and have good sightlines, ultra-wide concourses
(I have never been to a stadium where it was so easy to get from my
seat to the concession stand, restrooms or even the exit from the
park), roof to prevent rain-outs.
Cons of the ballpark: First, the biggest problem for me is
that the roof is closed too much. Wisconsinites have always been
proud of their hardiness and ability to stand a little bit of chilly
weather. The Brewers seem to have the roof closed any time the temp
drops below 72 or a cloud appears on the horizon. Baseball is made
to be played outside. I don't like getting to the park and having
to sit inside when it is not raining. Second, the way the roof is
built it seems like you are inside even with the roof open. When
designs were published prior to the building of Miller Park the fans
liked the fan-shaped design best and it is what was ultimately
chosen and built. It looks pretty, but perhaps some other design
would have allowed the roof to move completely out of the way when
it was opened. Third, the PA system is crummy. There are many places
in the park where it simply can't be heard clearly. That seems to me
unacceptable in a brand new park. Lastly, County Stadium was a very
underrated ballpark. Although it didn't have the character of a
place like Fenway, it always seemed to me as if everything there
looked the way a ballpark should look. They should have kept it.
Perhaps they could have decreased the capacity a little and put in
luxury boxes instead. The bleachers were great.
Additional Comments: Nice place to see a ballgame, but to me
it is overrated.
By: Jim Crook Grade: A
Pros of the ballpark: Excellent food, and the atmosphere of
the game is great. Tailgating=Phenomenal The roof was nice,
although i still felt like i was indoor. The fans are friendly and
ready for the Crew to have a winning season.
Cons of the ballpark: It is really in the middle of no where
just an exit off the interstate, with not to much to do around.
Additional Comments: The ball park and fans are great we just
need the team to win some games. Go BREWERS!!!!
By: Brad Grade: A
Pros of the ballpark: Tailgating in Wisconsin is second to
none. The vast parking lots surrounding Miller Park gives fans
ample space to do this. The large concourses make it easy to both
buy concessions and watch the game at the same time. The roof is
much needed for the rough Wisconsin weather. Sightlines are good,
and the people are nice. On a random Tuesday or Wednesday when
attendance is low, you can EASILY move around to any section you
want without being harassed. Great sausage, pretty cheap
Cons of the ballpark: The park still has sort of an indoor
feel even when the roof is open. Too much baseball green....that
needs to be toned down a bit.
Additional Comments: Miller Park is a great visit for anyone
looking for a fun road trip. Bring the cooler, grill and plenty of
beer as the pregame tailgating only adds to this great baseball
Submitted By: Marc Viquez Grade: C
Pros of the ballpark: The pros of Miller Park were the giant
scoreboard, retractable roof, close sightlines, unique roof design,
and the ability to walk around the entire concourse. Having the roof
closed was perfect for a chilling October night!
Cons of the ballpark: The cons were that County Stadium was
probably the most underrated sporting facilities of all time. I
attended a game there for the first time in 2000 and it probably the
best baseball experience surpassing Fenway Park, Yankee Stadium, and
Wrigley Field. Miller Park should be called Olympic Park South with
its flea-market like atmosphere, luxury seating blocking the view of
play from the concourse behind home plate, and its empty feeling. A
very modern ballpark that lacks a lot of the charm that County
Stadium had to offer. Another thing that I disliked about Miller
Park was the overuse of the green. Green seats from top to bottom,
green painting on the ceiling of the roof, green outfield wall, and
of course a green field. A touch of blue, more yellow, and something
else would do wonders for the interior. I assume that a packed house
would make a better feel, but with 15,000 at hand for the last home
stand it was boring!
Additional Comments: More usage of color inside will do
wonders, also they still know how to tailgate outside in the parking
Submitted By: John Bassett Grade: D
Pros of the ballpark: Far to little.
Cons of the ballpark: Far to much.
Additional Comments: Comiskey Park seems to garner the most
responses when "What's the worst ballpark built since 1990" is the
question ... but Miller Park gets my vote. While the parking lots
may be full of that famed Milwaukee tailgating activity, this does
not change the fact that those parking lots are very far removed
from the stadium. As far away as those parking lots may be, the rest
of civilization is even further.. While not an urban ballpark, I'm
not even sure it even qualifies as suburban ballpark. I didn't see
any houses in the area, just tress and highways, truly in the middle
of nowhere ... and what's inside does nothing to energize this
pretty lifeless situation. The place is dark, the team is horrible
and the only thing that could possibly entertain the crowd, Bernie
the Brewer and his slide, is set so high up in the stratosphere that
you truly can't follow his antics without a binocular. Bernie is so
high up there that the bottom tier of seats, which provide excellent
views of the game, must look microscopic to him ... and that is not
entirely due to the illusion of distance. That bottom tier of seats
is very small, the smallest in baseball without a doubt. Above that
bottom tier, three more, all filled with seats that are an
identical, light green that seems more monotonous to the eye here
than anywhere else, rise way way up forming a nest for fan-like
"retractable" roof which covers the entire seating area even when
"open." If you happen to purchase a ticket for one of these
monotonous light green seats and you find yourself even moderately
down one of the foul lines in any of the three upper tiers, you will
find yourself with a view of less than the whole field. I'm not
talking about a little blind spot. I'm talking about a major chunk
due to the way the tiers curve around the foul poles, a curve which
starts just a bit beyond first/third base - the worst design
mistake, with the possible exception of the back rows in the
Ballpark in Arlington's first tier, in any modern stadium. Add on
top of all this that the ball sails out of here like Coors Field and
Astros Field. The designers really can't be faulted for this though,
unlike Houston where the left field wall was just obviously built
too short or Denver where the high altitude was just not properly
accounted for. Here it just seems that the ball gets up in certain
wind tunnels and doesn't come down. So the food is pretty good. So
the grass is green and real. So you won't get any rainouts. When
those are the only three positive things you can say about a
stadium, you have yourself a bad stadium.
Submitted By: Scott Powers Grade: B
Pros of the ballpark: I LOVE THIS PARK! The retractable roof
is extraordinary and it doesn't even seem like the game is indoors
because of the large windows and airy atmosphere. It has a great
look to it, its not trying to force-feed RETRO down your throat. It
has some nice touches of retro in it, though. The bleacher seats are
great, they are right on the field. It felt like I was playing right
field! The food is outstanding, and very reasonably priced. The
sausage race is absolutely the coolest thing about this park. The
fans are truly great and they love their Brewers (even though they
are uh... bad).
Cons of the ballpark: I have never experienced it, but
they're is a "myth" that the roof leaks when it rains outside. I sat
in the area where this happens, and I was dry as a bone. Some people
can say that there isn't enough for the kids to do during the game,
so I have a suggestion for them... WATCH THE BASEBALL GAME!
Additional Comments: This park is just awesome. I can't
really explain it. The scenery just kind of gives you goose bumps
when you walk throughout the stadium. I feel that this park is the
best park in the major leagues.
Submitted By: J Conger Grade: C
Pros of the ballpark: My first experience here a couple of
years ago was great. Watched the Brewers and Astros and enjoyed the
hotdog race. I was impressed that almost all the seats were decent,
and great layout of stadium and available parking.
Cons of the ballpark: EXTREMELY unruly fans. Likely alcohol
related. Yankee fans are not welcome here. Tailgating in the
parking areas are unsupervised and serious challenges were made
before we could get to our parked vehicle.
Additional Comments: Liked the ballpark. Didn't like their
Submitted By: A. Lopez Jr. Grade: C
Pros of the ballpark: The best tailgating in baseball,
Brewers fans tailgate like its football, its amazing. The
retractable roof is a plus cause, it prevents rainouts and the roof
works now unlike 2002.The wideness of the concourses is enormous,
you will not bump into other fans trying to get your food or
souvenirs. I also liked how easy it was to get to and from the park
cause of the closeness of the highway. Plenty of parking also. Its
so much better with the roof open and the outfield panels open so
you can see the Milwaukee skyline. The fans were very nice also on
my 2nd trip, one guy gave me his extra pass to the 300 club and
another showed me the site of old County Stadium which now has a
little league park there and a monument showing the first game in
Milwaukee Braves history. I also couldn't believe how easy it is to
move from one area to another cause ushers don't bother you here
with ticket checks.
Cons of the ballpark: The worst thing has to be that ugly
olive green they use on everything. From the outside you see the
roof is painted that green then you get inside and the railings and
walls are that color too. The fans seemed laid back when I went
also, I could hear the air conditioners blowing many times on my
first trip to this park. I also didnt see quite as many vendors
going up the aisles with food and drinks like other parks. The park
doesnt look to great when its closed up.
Additional Comments: Where was the Brewers pride? I saw more
fans wearing Packers stuff than Brewers gear. Maybe the dome needs
to be open way more
often cause it looks like the grass is dying besides it just feels
and looks better when its open so I'm glad they worked their
problems out with the roof. I'm glad I saw this park opened up
unlike my last visit and I now give it a solid B grade.
Submitted By: Anthony Lorenzo Grade: A
Pros of the ballpark: Miller Park is amazing. The Milwaukee
crowd is very friendly and their is a family atmosphere throughout
the ballpark. There are no bad seats in the Park. I went up to the
Upper Level to take and picture and was taken back by the view.
Miller Park's roof is amazing, watching it close after the game
helps you appreciate modern engineering even more. During the game
the Brewers allow the radio feed, by Hall of Famer Bob Uecker, to be
fed over the PA system.
Cons of the ballpark: There are only a few bathrooms in
Miller Park, although they are huge there maybe only 2 per level.
Additional Comments: The Brewers Organization, led by Ulice
Payne Jr., has created a great atmosphere for a baseball game. I
purchased a t-shirt from the Brewers Fan Zone and had to return it
from New York, when I called the Fan Zone with my situation they
were more than happy to exchange it. The Brewers are a very classy
organization. I wish them the best in there rebuilding.
Submitted By: Tom Grade: C
Pros of the ballpark: Well let me say that the Brewers have
created a ballpark that has given them a lot of problems. I must
mention that the game I attended was the only game in Miller Park's
short history to not be played, an electrical problem cut out the
lights on the concourse and the playing field. The park's roof, the
greatest amenity, causes a lot of problems. It leaks, makes noises,
and is not used very much. Anyway the pros. We sprung for $35 club
level seats and .300 club passes. The seats and the view was
awesome. We were on the 3rd level of the stadium but it felt like we
could reach out and touch the field, I mean it these seats were
really close. The club concourse was nice with a private lounge and
bars, but the windows had no covering so the sun was really
blinding. The private .300 club was very nice and the food was
excellent. The in-seat wait service was great and the menu had a
variety of items and it was not too pricey. We took public
transportation and that was really helpful and cheap, I think 50
cents round trip or something like that,
Cons of the ballpark: No the bad
stuff. The first deduction was the fact that the game was not
played. Not entirely the Brewers fault, but come on. We are from MI
and our travel schedule did not allow for us to catch the
re-scheduled game the next day. Although I have to say the Brewers
were very accommodating. The ticket lines were like a mile long and
when we went to Fan Relations and told our story, out of town have
to leave tomorrow morning, they got a ticket supervisor to talk to
us and he gave us his card and we mailed them the tickets and they
mailed us a refund check. Anyways, with club tickets, don't every
put them away. They check your ticket there religiously. I think we
had our ticket check about 8 times before we could get to our seats.
When you thought you could put the ticket in your pocket, there was
another Brewers' employee asking to see it again, I have to admit
the staff was very friendly, not like Cleveland. I also did not like
the 20 field level founders' suites. They took away from the views
of the field from the main concourse. You only saw a nice brick wall
all down the 1st and 3rd baseline. The final deduction was the fact
that this place just seemed, blah. I don't know but no special
charms our only Milwaukee. I thought it was just okay and kind of
boring. The concourse was gray with not a lot of special touches.
Additional Comments: It is okay to go to. The place is nice
but not one of the great new ballparks. The club seats are nice,
avoid the Terrace level, a little too high. The loge level is the
best bet as far as view and affordable. Concessions were not too
high if I remember.
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