It's always a good time at the Philips Arena. The staff is always helpful and you don't have to wait that long for food. Another thing that I love about them is that Hennessy is on the menu . There are a lot places that don't carry it (I don't know why they're even open) so, it's always a good thing for me if they do. Went to the Hawks game on Sunday and had a great time even though they lost ( not really a Hawks fan so, I was good) .
Philips Arena has a great fan experience for Hawks games! Besides enjoying watching our Hawks play at home, there's always an extra bonus! Whether it be a halftime concert from a hometown rapper or a piece of Hawks swag in your seat, Philips always extends the best hospitality!
The Georgia Dome is over 20 years old but you'd never know it when walking into this amazingly operated facility. The guest experience at the Georgia Dome is like no other! I prefer the club level on the Northeast side for Falcons game. The F&B options are perfection. Not only can you enjoy a pulled pork sandwich from Jim 'N Nicks but there's also a wine bar that offers local wines! The Georgia Dome will definitely be missed when it's gone.
Attended the Saint Pablo tour here and we took Uber so parking wasn't a problem. They skimp you on the liquor ( high cost, low pour) but overall great venue and amazing concert.
Not sure why the Braves have decided to pack up and leave! Turner Field is awesome! The location is great, parking is accessible. Recently attended Star Wars night, outfield seats, love the "Braves Country" board! Will definitely miss this when they leave.
With all the construction of the new stadium this is not the easiest place to get to. Get there early! Buy your parking pass online early! Once inside the dome it's clean and easy to navigate.
One of the most underrated ballparks in the major leagues. Everyone is extremely friendly and welcoming once you pass through the gates. Some of the fan amenities include the Braves Museum, Tooner Field (for the little ones), free face painting, clock your own pitch speed, The 755 Club, and of course The Bud Zone. The Braves even let fans down to field level during batting practice and warmups so the upper deck folks can have a chance to see the players up close and personal before games. This ballpark definitely ranks at the top of my list! Good times!