Great retro style stadium, excellent sightlines, helpful staff, good parking, easy access, fun experience.
We need to relax. Baseball as Rochester does it is the cure for tension. I need great food at a ball game an 'sup Dog' is it. Crispy Zweigles on a fresh bun anyway you want it. Dan Mason does a great job and his staff from the ticket sales to security to parking are the best.
The baseball fans are all very nice. The game was boring as the score was 0-0 in the 9th inning, but in the 10th innings the Red Wings won. The fireworks display was very good. Caution when going to a game - pay attention. The woman directly in front of me got hit by a foul ball. Neither she nor... More
The Rochester Red Wings are always fun to watch, but Frontier Field makes it a great night. This easy to find field has simple parking (and not too much $) with all kinds of local food and your ballpark standards. Music and games between innings make it more fun for kids. Fred Costello, a Rochester classic, plays the organ for... More
Small enough to enjoy watching great AAA baseball, before seeing some of the players on ESPN next week, that does happen. Great food selections, local micro beer too. Between innings something for kids entertainment is enjoyable. Good security, and the late afternoon sun is behind you if you sit on the home team side. The parking is free, other AAA... More
So many food options. There are many parking options too- if you know the area you know that there are plenty of free parking options also! Need dinner? There are all sorts of food types for each family member. Bring a blanket though- unless it is 80 or above- it can be pretty chilly!
very well designed, it is a ball fan's dream park. gets voted high for minor league parks. lots of concessions. not really a bad seat in the place. still a bargain. there is something very romantic about a ball game under the lights.
Kodak may be reeling, so to speak, but the ballpark at Rochester remains one grand photo op, with hardly a bad seat and scrumptious concessions, largely the Red Osier beef stand and a Chinese takeout that defies finishing, even in an extra-inning game... Personnel are extraordinarily pleasant, coming and going and on rare days you can even quaff one from... More
I see MLB and minor league ball about 50 times a summer in various venues. Apart from Major League parks in Pittsburgh and Denver, Frontier Field is the best in baseball. NO bad lines of sight. NO significant lines for concessions. The best variety and quality of concessions anywhere, including local craft beer. Absolutely retro pricing for admission and fair... More
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