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115 Federal St, Pittsburgh, PA 15212, United States
There’s no question why Pittsburgh Pirates’ PNC Park is named one of the best stadiums in Major League Baseball. With 38,496 seats, there is no bad view. Fans cannot only see the game but they can also see the picturesque view of the skyline against the three rivers. PNC Park first broke ground in 2001 and was met with awe.
During the game, the Roberto Clemente Bridge is closed to traffic and fans can walk the bridge to enter the stadium. Before walking into the stadium, fans are greeted by statues of Pirate Hall of famers. With all the food options within the park, fans won’t go hungry. Amongst your usual ballpark foods, there are also local eateries within the park. Primanti Brothers (known for putting fries and coleslaw on their ginormous sandwiches), Quaker Steak & Lube, and Mrs. T’s pirogues are just a few of the riverside restaurants available.
Fan Author: Chardae Jones
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