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Armour Square, Chicago
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  • Bill E.
    "Best Ballpark and Best Team in History of Sports."(11 Tips)
    Anthony M.
    "White Sox game on Father's Day! Go Sox!"(7 Tips)
    Cracken ..
    "... fun here as I have at Wrigley, the South Siders are still great to see."(13 Tips)
    World Hyundai Matteson
    "World Hyundai in the Matteson Auto Mall loves the Chicago White Sox!"(5 Tips)
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  • Mark
    MarkMay 21, 2013
    Sit in the 100 level... you'll be stuck in the upper deck if your tickets are up there. Get a hot dogs w/ grilled onions from any of the Vienna stands (they're better than the RF Comiskey Dog stand).
  • Redeye Chicago
    Redeye ChicagoApril 10, 2015
    Peanuts and Cracker Jacks are classics, but at the Cell, you can now get gourmet bacon-avocado grilled cheeses with tomato-basil bisque, or waffle fries tossed with garlic sauce and parmesan. Read more
  • L.
    L.April 27
    Been here 10+ times
    Do not miss the comiskey burger and the Irish nachos (both in 100 section and bleacher area). Check in first time on IG to get a free shirt!
  • Lauren T.
    Lauren TolbertOctober 4, 2015
    Been here 5+ times
    I enjoy seeing the White Sox history area on the 500 concourse, and also the Sox Social area. A great place to see the White Sox at home and your team on the road
  • Ryan
    RyanAugust 17, 2014
    Go Sox! There is a stand that sells good Italian sausage. The craft beer stand I'd a godsend. On general, comfortable, friendly ball field, many good seats. Fireworks night actually really good!
  • John H.
    John HankusJuly 26, 2015
    Never a bad day seat in the house. Get a helmet nacho with pork barbacoa. So tasty. Irish nachos aren't bad either. Each food stand is different so walk around and check them out.
  • anastasia g.
    anastasia guletskyAugust 12, 2013
    Been here 25+ times
    get there a little early and go to Bacardi at the Park, connected to the field. awesome drinks and food, not pricey (for Chicago), really fun pre-game atmosphere with friends!
  • Nick A.
    Nick AguirreAugust 21, 2014
    Been here 10+ times
    One of the most underrated stadiums in MLB. Great food options and the corridors are wide and spacious. Outfield views are plentiful and you're never 10' from a cold brew.
  • John P.
    John PaterakisSeptember 1, 2014
    As an out of towner, I always enjoy visiting when I'm in Chicago. Great food options, seats are not too expensive, and the fans are pleasant.
  • Sports Illustrated
    Sports IllustratedJuly 19, 2013
    July 23, 2009: White Sox fans witnessed the first perfect game at US Cellular Field with Dewayne Wise’s incredible left field wall catch that helped secure Mark Buehrle’s perfect game. Read more
  • Randall K.
    Randall KooistraApril 26, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    The is one stand by RF foul pole on first level concourse that sells legitimately good beer like New Holland. They have another nearby with miller's "craft beers" - don't fall for it.
  • ESPN
    ESPNAugust 18, 2011
    There are 2 blue seats left here, both from Game 2 of the ‘05 World Series. In left, the spot of Paul Konerko’s 7th-inning grand slam. In right-center, the mark of Scott Podsednik’s walk-off homer.
  • Zach S.
    Solid ballpark, never really sells out. The concessions are great - solid beer and food selections at reasonable prices for a baseball game. Bathrooms are kept up.
  • Chicago White Sox
    Chicago White SoxMarch 26, 2012
    Bring your favorite little fan to the Comcast Fundamentals Deck accessible from the 100, 300 & 500 levels! There they’ll learn the fundamentals of baseball from White Sox Training Academy coaches! Read more
  • Merlina R.
    Merlina RoJuly 19, 2015
    Plenty of food selection. Our ticket was for patio dining. Fried chicken, bbq ribs, coleslaw, potato salad and pasta salad. Not bad all you can eat for $32.00.
  • Chicagoist
    ChicagoistApril 16, 2015
    If you're lucky enough to score a club-level ticket to the Cell, you can buy a full on rib dinner served in a White Sox helmet. Read more
  • Wrigley F.
    Wrigley FielderJuly 11, 2015
    Try the nee Cuban sandwiches near section 150 and wait for the frozen Margarita vendor for tasty drinks at your seat.
  • Shannon H.
    Shannon HeathJuly 24, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    Catch a late night White Sox game! The tickets are super cheap on stubhub.com and other discount sites! During the summer night weekend games they often have a post game fireworks show!
  • RateYourSeats C.
    RateYourSeats ComJuly 17, 2015
    For day games, you can find shade in the top rows of the 100 or 500 levels. For afternoon Sox games, the first base side will be shaded first.
  • Michelle O.
    Get the Irish nachos and the regular nachos in the souvenir helmet. They are delicious! Oh, and for a sweet snack the strawberry churros are AHHHmazing.
  • Eater
    EaterJuly 11, 2012
    Top Dining Options: Wow Bao at Section 138; Bullpen Sports Bar at Gate 2; Burger Barn at Section 112; Bacardi at the Park, which is just outside the stadium. Read more
  • Colin N.
    Colin NelsonJanuary 27
    Awesome place to catch a baseball game! Forego the nachos (which are still good) and get you a dog from portillos!
  • Ashok S.
    Ashok SelvamJune 13, 2011
    Been here 10+ times
    If you like sausage, make sure you visit one of the stands that grills them. The other stands/vendors wrap them in foil which steams the food and takes away the wonderful grilled taste. Read more
  • Brian M.
    Brian MAugust 11, 2014
    Been here 25+ times
    Best ball park in Chicago. Great food, Great sight lines. Fireworks during and after the game. Easy to get to...plenty of parking.
  • HISTORY
    HISTORYApril 7, 2010
    The Chicago White Sox abandoned their longtime home at Comiskey Park for this new facility in 1991. The White Sox won the 2005 World Series, the first two games of which were played here.
  • Jake S.
    Jake ScottAugust 1, 2011
    Not a bad park. Sone fans are anti cubs n holier than thou but most are very knowledgeable. Food on 500 level sux. No elephant ears or polish sausage like 100's and 300's. Spread the wealth!
  • Chicago Cultural Alliance
    Chicago Cultural AllianceSeptember 17, 2012
    The old home of the White Sox was also the home for Negro League Baseball in Chicago for more than 30yrs. The Chicago American Giants played there in the 40s
  • Joe M.
    Joe MathieuSeptember 4, 2011
    Been here 10+ times
    Both the larger beer stands & the Bullpen Bar have gluten-free Bard's Tale, for those of us allergic to the glutens. A little pricey, but worth not getting sick over.
  • Anthony H.
    Anthony HowardAugust 18, 2010
    Break the bank and splurge on the Scout Seats behind home plate...first class all the way and the Tigers won! Full all you can eat buffet below the stadium, all you can drink...and all the ice cream
  • Experience
    ExperienceJuly 17, 2013
    You can now upgrade your seats at all White Sox home games! Download the MLB at the Ballpark app to upgrade: http://mlb.mlb.com/ticketing/upgrades.jsp?c_id=cws
  • Cracken ..
    Cracken .November 16, 2011
    I've seen a couple of games here and while I haven't had as much fun here as I have at Wrigley, the South Siders are still great to see.
  • Angie O.
    Head up to the Stadium Club for drinks and more options for food! Great stadium to enjoy some baseball
  • @keycodez
    @keycodezApril 22, 2013
    Been here 50+ times
    Check out the frozen Margaritas in Stand 164; they're awesome! You might find me there as well. I'm also awesome :)
  • Cooper S.
    Cooper SmithAugust 16, 2011
    A surprisingly enjoyable baseball experience. Walk the 360 degrees around the inside of the stadium and enjoy the view from multiple angles!
  • MLB
    MLBApril 6, 2012
    Want to feel like Carlton Fisk for an afternoon? Before you enter the park, step up to the plate in the parking lot outside of U.S. Cellular where the home plate from Comiskey Park was located. Read more
  • John M.
    John MannSeptember 4, 2014
    Can only access the level your tickets are for.Neighborhood around the ballpark isn't as bad as people make it out.If you need help deciding which Seats to buy for your next White Sox game, check out Read more
  • Stacye G.
    Stacye GrayMarch 5, 2013
    You MUST try the helmet nachos! The beef is great but the pulled pork is amazing! You will need forks :)
  • Stephanie C.
    Stephanie CianchettiJune 6, 2015
    Been here 10+ times
    A great place to watch baseball. Food is top notch, too. Try a kosher dog w/ grilled onions. Or the make your own nachos.
  • World Hyundai Matteson
    World Hyundai in the Matteson Auto Mall loves the Chicago White Sox! We are proud to be happy supporters and viewers and we're pulling for another World Series Championship! GO SOX!!! Read more
  • Eric W.
    Eric WheelerApril 8, 2013
    The grill behind the outfield has the best food options and you can stand at the tables to watch the game.
  • Pete J.
    Pete JohnsonAugust 13, 2015
    Beautiful facility for watching a game. Comfortable seating and clean. Parking sucks. Insufficient handicapped parking.
  • Big Love Little Hearts
    Big Love Little HeartsNovember 23, 2011
    Home of the Chicago White Sox, sponsors of our First Anniversary Party: White Sox Bats for Big Love! They helped us raise enough money to save a life!
  • Josh W.
    Josh WApril 23, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    To get the full CWS experience. ...you have to get a polish with extra onions, mustard, and a large MGD.
  • Chrissy T.
    Chrissy TobinAugust 8, 2014
    Great selection of craft beer in certain sections - worth the walk for a superior beer!
  • Sara S.
    Sara SteigerJuly 10, 2015
    It's not cheap but if you come hungry there are a ton of places to choose from! Get a churro :) Go Sox!
  • Tracy H.
    Tracy HitchinsAugust 5, 2012
    Definitely get there a few hours early and tailgate!! Totally enhances the baseball experience! Go Sox go!!
  • Araceli A.
    Araceli ArroyoFebruary 3, 2012
    Quite a different environment than Wrigley Field but visit the state of the art stadium - cheers on a cold brew!
  • Michael G.
    Michael GoldmanMay 2, 2010
    If it gets too cold, too hot, or too rainy, retreat down the ramps to the Bullpen Sports Bar. They have a full menu, a great view, and cocktails you can't get in the stands.
  • Michael D.
    Huge facility located just a block walkind distance from the Red Line.
  • Captain B.
    Captain BronsonNovember 1, 2015
    Not a fan of AL baseball, less it be the visiting Pirates in a World Series, but if ye do go, dock yer boat 'n take the train, parrrrrking be atrocious!
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