Citi Field in New York, located in Queens, is an iconic baseball stadium and home to the New York Mets. With a seating capacity of over 41,000, it's renowned for its homage to the classic Ebbets Field, featuring a striking exterior of red brick, limestone, and granite. The Jackie Robinson Rotunda, a grand entrance, stands as a tribute to the legendary player. Inside, Citi Field offers intimate seating and excellent sightlines, enhancing the fan experience.
The stadium's field is known for its meticulously maintained natural grass and traditional layout. Citi Field also boasts a wide array of New York-style food options, reflecting the city's diverse culinary scene, and includes modern amenities like a large, high-definition scoreboard. The stadium's design and atmosphere capture the essence of New York baseball, making it a beloved destination for baseball enthusiasts.
You are allowed to bring in one factory sealed bottle of water that is 20 ounces or less.
You are allowed to bring in outside food as long as the soft-sided container is smaller than 16"x16"x8”.
Soft-sided bags smaller than 16"x16"x8” are allowed. Backpacks are prohibited.
Left field corner of the Excelsior Level - The Metropolitan Grille features a fine-dining and hospitality experience inspired by winner of the James Beard Outstanding Restaurateur award Drew Nieporent and his world-renowned Myriad Group of Tribeca Grille, Nobu and Batard Fame.