Yankee Stadium in New York, situated in the Bronx, is an iconic and historic baseball venue, serving as the home of the New York Yankees. This modern stadium, with a seating capacity of over 54,000, echoes the grandeur of its predecessor while incorporating contemporary amenities. Known for its imposing facade of limestone, granite, and precast concrete, it boasts a distinctive frieze along the roof, reminiscent of the original 1923 design.
The stadium's interior features the revered Monument Park, honoring legendary Yankees. The field is known for its impeccably maintained natural grass and classic design. Yankee Stadium also offers a rich array of local and international food options, a nod to New York's diverse culinary landscape. Equipped with state-of-the-art technology, including a giant high-definition scoreboard, the stadium provides an immersive experience for baseball fans, making it a symbol of New York's rich sports heritage.
You are allowed to bring in one factory sealed bottle of water that is one liter or less.
You are allowed to bring in food or individual consumption in a container 16"x 16"x 8" or smaller, and fruit or vegetables similar to apples or oranges must be sliced or sectioned.
Soft-sided bags smaller than 16"x16"x8” are allowed.
Section 132 - Burgers joint commited to using fresh, organic, responsible and sustainable ingredients, free of pesticides and GMOs. There's a wide variety of options for every fan.
Section 107 - National chain known for their traditional and boneless wings.
Section 134 - Know for their USDA Prime Steak Sandwich. They also have steak-topped fries, a meatloaf burger and other hand crafted options.
Section 121B - Assorted kosher deli wraps, fresh fruits and salad
Section 132 - Naturally raised, slow-smoked meats at this local BBQ restaurant. They have their own MQRib sandwich, baby back ribs, brisket sandwich and plenty of other fan-favorites.