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Experience the Park Safeco Field Fan Guide
People in the Pacific Northwest take their beer seriously, and Safeco Field is a testament to that. Walk any concourse and you’re just steps from a beer stand offering a bountiful mix of brews: Northwest micros, national macros, plus Japanese, Mexican, Australian, Irish, Canadian and German varieties. All told, at least four dozen tyoes are offered, making Safeco Field a downright ballpark Beervana. It’s impressive enough to make you momentarily forgive the astronomical prices.
Sake, hard cider and malt beverages are also easy to score. Wine is available from Power Alley Bar (near section 136), the Bullpen Market and on the 300 level at Good Hops.
For cocktails, make your way to the Hit it Here Café above right field. Tickets are required for its lower level, but the upper seats and freestanding tables are first-come first served. House specialties include a Mojo Margarita, served in a souvenir Safeco Field shaker, and the “MY OH MY” Tai, named after a familiar call by Hall of Fame broadcaster Dave Niehaus. The Bullpen Pub in lower level left field also serves mixed drinks and shots.
If you have Terrace Club or Diamond Club seats, you get in-seat food and beverage service, plus access to exclusive lounges with full bar service. The All-Star Club, a specially ticketed area above the first base line, also has its own luxury lounge. For the masses not clubbing it, hard working vendors hawk beer in the stands. Alcohol sales end after the 7th inning throughout the stadium.
Seattle is also a big coffee town (ever heard of Starbucks? How ‘bout Seattle’s Best), and fans can get espresso and other forms of java at stands throughout the park.