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    • The cl!@#$%@ic American baseball park. Fans flock here each summer to watch the Cubs, drink beer and enjoy the atmosphere. The park looks the same as it probably looked in 1945, the last year the Cubs played in the World Series. Unfortunately, the park la
    • Reviewed: 1700 Days ago
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    • A piece of history, Wrigley Field is a baseball field that, although lacking some of the bling and fancy things other ballparks sport, still manages to fill the park full of fans excited to see a ballgame. The parking can be a little pricey and if possible, a train commute may be a better decision. The concessions are simple but match the atmosphere of Wrigley. A very good bang for your buck and a great ballpark to relax and watch some baseball.
    • Reviewed: 812 Days ago
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    • Way to go Ricketts family. You actually got it right! You took much heat for the construction delays to the outfield bleachers, but the wait was definitely worth it……...I'm still in shock. I have long considered Wrigley Field to be a cesspool of drunken frat boys and unknowledgeable bleacher bums. Regardless.....I aim to be unbiased, and have to say, the view from the outfield is spectacular. The video boards are a nice touch, although they do over-shadow the traditional centerfield scoreboard. During the third inninmg I went in search of a specialty sausage--'the Rick Reuschel'--from an outfield stand. Although not worth $9 by a long shot, I was happy to have something other than a hot dog or polish sausage for a change of pace. It tasted okay, but the shredded cheese put on top was added at the very end so it was cold and didn't melt. Have to say, the food across town at U.S. Cellular Field is much superior. I noticed the Cubs are doing everything possible to get you in the park early and spending money, as they offer all food and beverage at a discount up until an hour before the first pitch. The only major grudge I still hold against Wrigley is the lack of places to park your car. No renovations can fix this problem. I suggest public transportation. Many of my friends take the bus from the western suburbs for only four-dollars. Of course, the bar scene surrounding the park is second to none. Wrigleyville beats the south side in this department. If you’ve never been to Wrigley, put it on your bucket list. Despite renovations, it’s still a classic ballpark.-----Lisa----Oak Park, IL
    • Reviewed: 15 Days ago
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