Snack at Safeco Field

After dinner at Pike Place Chowder, we headed over to Safeco Field to catch a baseball game.  The Mariners were hosting the NY Yankees for the weekend and it ended up being an exciting game!  Besides the game going into extra innings and the home team winning in the bottom of the 12th inning, 5-4, there were four separate people who rushed the field to get arrested, one of them being completely nekkid.  That served for quite a bit of entertainment, especially when the towel the policemen brought out to cover him, fell off.


It was chilly at the park with pretty gusty winds so by the time we ate this, it was cold.  I was pretty surprised TM didn’t grab a hot dog since we were at a baseball game but he said the spicy chicken was calling his name.  The chicken had a nice kick to it and I ate a handful of fries because I can never seem to turn down french fries.  Sadly enough, it was too cold for me to even consider drinking a beer.  I opted for hot chocolate to keep me warm during the game.

Safeco was a nice, clean park with great views.  The sun didn’t set until after 9 PM and we got some great shots of the buildings in the background as the sun was setting later in the evening.

1250 First Ave.   Seattle, WA

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One Comment on “Snack at Safeco Field”

  1. The Mister Says:

    It was actually a sweet and spicy chicken fingers combo. But yeah, by the time I had gotten the food and drinks (had to make it through three different lines) and returned to my seat, the food was somewhat cold. It was a good thing the spiciness had a nice kick and the beer helped warm me up. I did end up getting a hot dog since another hot chocolate order was requested. It was all typically overpriced baseball park food though. I had borrowed my coworker’s Nintendo DS. You can get some software at the park which lets you do stuff like play games with other attendees or order food to be brought to your seat (with a service charge of course). The downside is that the selection is limited compared to what is actually available at the park.


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