Los Angeles Dodgers

★★★★☆
  • 1000 Elysian Park Ave

    Los Angeles, CA 90090

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  • 323-224-1500

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Dodger Stadium is hands down one of the greatest Baseball Stadiums in the history of baseball. It is the home of the Dodger Dog, Nancy Bea the great organ player, Vin Scully the greatest broadcaster in all of sports. You may complain about fans being to rowdy, but go to any stadium in this country and you'll see the same thing there too. Don't let a few fans who may of had to much to drink make you think all Dodger fans are like that. You complain about parking, it's like that in other places too. The prices are more or less the same as well. If you think it's a little pricy, then you shouldn't be going to the games every week. If you think parking is tough to get out of, then relax and hang out with some of the other Dodger fans enjoying the results of the game. If you are on a friday or weekend game, where can you possibly being going to the point where you become frustrated due to bad traffic. This is Los Angeles!!!! There is traffic everywhere!!!! Dodger Stadium is the heart and soul of Los Angeles, just because you had a bad day at the ballpark, doesn't give you the right to say such things in a negative and ignorant tone. If you can't appreciate greatness don't go, the Dodgers don't need you. You should just move to San Francisco and become a Giants fan, if you aren't one already. However if you're mind can't be changed then I suggest that you come back in about three or maybe four years when, the upgrades to the stadium and parking lot will be more modernized and a more convenient to those who are not regulars to the game. Until then, the fans, the organization and the city would be very grateful if you kept your opinions to yourself.

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★★★★★

Dodger Stadium is hands down one of the greatest Baseball Stadiums in the history of baseball. It is the home of the Dodger Dog, Nancy Bea the great organ player, Vin Scully the greatest broadcaster in all of sports. You may complain about fans being to rowdy, but go to any stadium in this country and you'll see the same thing there too. Don't let a few fans who may of had to much to drink make you think all Dodger fans are like that. You complain about parking, it's like that in other places too. The prices are more or less the same as well. If you think it's a little pricy, then you shouldn't be going to the games every week. If you think parking is tough to get out of, then relax and hang out with some of the other Dodger fans enjoying the results of the game. If you are on a friday or weekend game, where can you possibly being going to the point where you become frustrated due to bad traffic. This is Los Angeles!!!! There is traffic everywhere!!!! Dodger Stadium is the heart and soul of Los Angeles, just because you had a bad day at the ballpark, doesn't give you the right to say such things in a negative and ignorant tone. If you can't appreciate greatness don't go, the Dodgers don't need you. You should just move to San Francisco and become a Giants fan, if you aren't one already. However if you're mind can't be changed then I suggest that you come back in about three or maybe four years when, the upgrades to the stadium and parking lot will be more modernized and a more convenient to those who are not regulars to the game. Until then, the fans, the organization and the city would be very grateful if you kept your opinions to yourself.

Pros: Great food, great fans, beautiful women and a great team.

Cons: Traffic, and parking (What do you expect it's L.A)

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This was the worst experience I have ever had - it was so bad I don't even know where to begin. First, it took about 90 minutes to get into the stadium and find parking. Then we had to wait the concession stand for over 20 minutes (there were only 5-6 people in front of us). The crowd were full of ignorant, rude and foul-mouthed boors (I WOULD NEVER TAKE MY CHILD HERE), not to mention we saw numerous fights and almost fights break out. We then had a mini-altercation in the parking lot where we waited another 60 minutes to exit. Finally, when we got home, we saw that someone had keyed the trunk of my brand new 3-week old car - which will cost $500+ dollars to fix. I NEVER GOING TO ANOTHER DODGERS GAME EVER - STAY HOME AND ENJOY THE GAME - IT IS MUCH BETTER, CHEAPER AND SAFER. DODGER STADIUM IS NOT SAFE!!!!

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★☆☆☆☆

This was the worst experience I have ever had - it was so bad I don't even know where to begin. First, it took about 90 minutes to get into the stadium and find parking. Then we had to wait the concession stand for over 20 minutes (there were only 5-6 people in front of us). The crowd were full of ignorant, rude and foul-mouthed boors (I WOULD NEVER TAKE MY CHILD HERE), not to mention we saw numerous fights and almost fights break out. We then had a mini-altercation in the parking lot where we waited another 60 minutes to exit. Finally, when we got home, we saw that someone had keyed the trunk of my brand new 3-week old car - which will cost $500+ dollars to fix. I NEVER GOING TO ANOTHER DODGERS GAME EVER - STAY HOME AND ENJOY THE GAME - IT IS MUCH BETTER, CHEAPER AND SAFER. DODGER STADIUM IS NOT SAFE!!!!

Pros: I got home alive

Cons: Just about everything

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There is not a good seat in the house. At least not one very affrodable for big name concerts. Furthermore traffic is so bad getting in for special events at 7 730 pm that the effort you will spend getting there will already guarantee you a stressfull time. I mean to comment only on special events like concerts. One list swipe at Los Angeles City Parking and traffic control people "surely if you are really doing your job you can move traffic better into doger statium instead of walking about at intersections without a plan and completely useless"

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★★☆☆☆

There is not a good seat in the house. At least not one very affrodable for big name concerts. Furthermore traffic is so bad getting in for special events at 7 730 pm that the effort you will spend getting there will already guarantee you a stressfull time. I mean to comment only on special events like concerts. One list swipe at Los Angeles City Parking and traffic control people "surely if you are really doing your job you can move traffic better into doger statium instead of walking about at intersections without a plan and completely useless"

Pros: Great For Baseball when the crowd rolls in

Cons: big draw concerts or events must be avoided here

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I've been here like 50 times over the last 20+ years, so I feel I'm pretty qualified to review this place.

Pros: Great sight lines, a great atmosphere at night - the way it glows under the lights is second to none in MLB. There's no blasting music at every break - they still have an organ. They made some excellent improvements on the main level this season - nice bathrooms, food choices and outdoor terraces with tables and chairs. Great Jumbovision screen.

Cons: Almost no public transportation choices- parking is $15 bucks and a real pain. The wait to get out can be over an hour at times. There is nothing around the Stadium in the way of restaurants or bars. Dodger fans can and will be abusive to other teams fans and security is awful. Refreshments are more expensive that at other parks. Cheap beer is $8 a cup. Day games can be really hot and dry. Getting to your seat from the parking lot can involve lots of hill climbing and stairs. The entire PA system is on a pole in center field and if you sit in the outfield you will get either your right or left ear blown out Waves and beachballs are annoying during the game

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★★★☆☆

I've been here like 50 times over the last 20+ years, so I feel I'm pretty qualified to review this place.

Pros: Great sight lines, a great atmosphere at night - the way it glows under the lights is second to none in MLB. There's no blasting music at every break - they still have an organ. They made some excellent improvements on the main level this season - nice bathrooms, food choices and outdoor terraces with tables and chairs. Great Jumbovision screen.

Cons: Almost no public transportation choices- parking is $15 bucks and a real pain. The wait to get out can be over an hour at times. There is nothing around the Stadium in the way of restaurants or bars. Dodger fans can and will be abusive to other teams fans and security is awful. Refreshments are more expensive that at other parks. Cheap beer is $8 a cup. Day games can be really hot and dry. Getting to your seat from the parking lot can involve lots of hill climbing and stairs. The entire PA system is on a pole in center field and if you sit in the outfield you will get either your right or left ear blown out Waves and beachballs are annoying during the game

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If you live in LA and have never been to Dodger Stadium, you're missing out on your own city. Dodger Stadium is a baseball treasure in an age of climate-controlled, artificial field stadiums. The Home of the Dodgers is real LA history, and though it is sprawling and maybe even dirty, it's as classic a place to see a game as Fenway or the soon-to-be-imploded Yankees Stadium, and the good news is Dodgers Stadium is sticking around. Go see a game, the truth is there's not a bad seat in the house, and as obnoxious as Dodger fans might be. It's American baseball at it's finest.

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★★★★★

If you live in LA and have never been to Dodger Stadium, you're missing out on your own city. Dodger Stadium is a baseball treasure in an age of climate-controlled, artificial field stadiums. The Home of the Dodgers is real LA history, and though it is sprawling and maybe even dirty, it's as classic a place to see a game as Fenway or the soon-to-be-imploded Yankees Stadium, and the good news is Dodgers Stadium is sticking around. Go see a game, the truth is there's not a bad seat in the house, and as obnoxious as Dodger fans might be. It's American baseball at it's finest.

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I went to the Dodger Game yesterday (they won-yay!!) and my friend got us tickets in the all-you-can-eat bleachers, a feature I had never heard of (unfortunately) before! The seats are decent, but the best part is you have access to unlimited dodger dogs, peanuts, popcorn, nachos, water bottles, and soft drinks- it is a great deal that anyone going to a game should try- because really who doesn't end up buying a dog or some peanuts!!

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★★★★☆

I went to the Dodger Game yesterday (they won-yay!!) and my friend got us tickets in the all-you-can-eat bleachers, a feature I had never heard of (unfortunately) before! The seats are decent, but the best part is you have access to unlimited dodger dogs, peanuts, popcorn, nachos, water bottles, and soft drinks- it is a great deal that anyone going to a game should try- because really who doesn't end up buying a dog or some peanuts!!

Pros: All-you-can-eat bleachers are the way to go!!

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Dodger Stadium was much nicer than I imagined. It?s worth it almost to drive up there just see the skyline views of the L.A. from the parking lot, but obviously the real attraction is the ballpark. I loved how you look across the field and see ?Think Blue? on the hillside in the distance a la the Hollywood sign. The views of the game were fantastic from the mid-tier, where my seats were. But when I walked up to the upper level behind home plate, the views there weren?t even that bad. Only just having to pay $6 for a Dodger dog and around $8 for a cup of beer was. Wish I could comment on whether the game was worth the price of admission, but lucky for me, my seats were free.

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★★★★☆

Dodger Stadium was much nicer than I imagined. It?s worth it almost to drive up there just see the skyline views of the L.A. from the parking lot, but obviously the real attraction is the ballpark. I loved how you look across the field and see ?Think Blue? on the hillside in the distance a la the Hollywood sign. The views of the game were fantastic from the mid-tier, where my seats were. But when I walked up to the upper level behind home plate, the views there weren?t even that bad. Only just having to pay $6 for a Dodger dog and around $8 for a cup of beer was. Wish I could comment on whether the game was worth the price of admission, but lucky for me, my seats were free.

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Dodger Stadium is a amazing place! They have great security. It provides food and beverages as well as the game. It is AMAZING!!!!!!

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★★★★★

Dodger Stadium is a amazing place! They have great security. It provides food and beverages as well as the game. It is AMAZING!!!!!!

Pros: amazing place to have fun

Cons: sad when dodgers lose

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It's always a great experience going to Dodger Stadium to watch a baseball game. The view of the playing field is breathtaking and sometimes was more entertaining than watching the Dodgers stink up the place with their lackluster offense and pourous defense last season. No matter what, the blue crew is my team through thick and thin. The Dodger management does have to do something about the "Raider Nation" element that seems to have permeated into the cheaper seats of Dodger Stadium. It just makes it difficult to bring younger ones when you have drunk cholos trying to start fights in the stands.

2
★★★★★

It's always a great experience going to Dodger Stadium to watch a baseball game. The view of the playing field is breathtaking and sometimes was more entertaining than watching the Dodgers stink up the place with their lackluster offense and pourous defense last season. No matter what, the blue crew is my team through thick and thin. The Dodger management does have to do something about the "Raider Nation" element that seems to have permeated into the cheaper seats of Dodger Stadium. It just makes it difficult to bring younger ones when you have drunk cholos trying to start fights in the stands.

Pros: The Dodgers, Dodger Dogs, The Field

Cons: The influx of Raider Nation attitude

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I haven't been for one of the famous Dodgers games, but I took my first trip there for the Police concert this past weekend. I absolutely loved the stadium. While outside the actual stadium buying drinks, the noise was drowned out enough that you could talk to the person next to you but inside the acoustic was amazing. Every seat has a good view. Just remember where you parked!!!!!! You'll wander for hours otherwise

2
★★★★★

I haven't been for one of the famous Dodgers games, but I took my first trip there for the Police concert this past weekend. I absolutely loved the stadium. While outside the actual stadium buying drinks, the noise was drowned out enough that you could talk to the person next to you but inside the acoustic was amazing. Every seat has a good view. Just remember where you parked!!!!!! You'll wander for hours otherwise

Pros: Great stadium, margaritas, people

Cons: Parking is horrendous!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Dodger Stadium is a true work of art and one of baseball's last classic gems. No Natonal League Stadium rivals Dodger Stadium in tradition, championships, and fan base. Great moments in baseball happened here that can be considered truly electric. Kirk Gibson's home run happenend here in 1988, Gagne, the greatest closer in baseball was shutting teams down in the ninth for three phenomenal years proving that Dodger fans could stay to the very end, and then four consecutive homers in the bottom of the ninth just last year agiants the hated Padres which then followed with Nomar's walk off home run to win it in the tenth. These moments have been engraved in my memory forever and being here to see the fans cheer along with me until my voice was gone, was simply awesome. You can experience great times, great food, great teams, and easy ins and outs at other stadiums but nothing will ever compare or mean anything unless it happens here. (maybe if the Dodgers win a World Series on the road) If you are true baseball fan you should be able to see why this is a truly remarkable park. I live in Orange County and I am only 5 minutes away from Angel Stadium. I just don't like Angel Stadium and it really has no life to it and so I would much rather drive in traffic for an hour to be part of a Dodger game. I like the feel of a National League game better anyways and will always be Dodger Blue. With anything that you love, you eventually learn to deal with the negatives and in this case with the stadium, you arrive early and leave late to avoid the traffic. You enjoy more of the game and eat & drink less so you have more money left. Well hope this helps you a little and maybe we'll be there part of some awesome moment again. True Blue, True Dodger Blue!!!!!

2
★★★★★

Dodger Stadium is a true work of art and one of baseball's last classic gems. No Natonal League Stadium rivals Dodger Stadium in tradition, championships, and fan base. Great moments in baseball happened here that can be considered truly electric. Kirk Gibson's home run happenend here in 1988, Gagne, the greatest closer in baseball was shutting teams down in the ninth for three phenomenal years proving that Dodger fans could stay to the very end, and then four consecutive homers in the bottom of the ninth just last year agiants the hated Padres which then followed with Nomar's walk off home run to win it in the tenth. These moments have been engraved in my memory forever and being here to see the fans cheer along with me until my voice was gone, was simply awesome. You can experience great times, great food, great teams, and easy ins and outs at other stadiums but nothing will ever compare or mean anything unless it happens here. (maybe if the Dodgers win a World Series on the road) If you are true baseball fan you should be able to see why this is a truly remarkable park. I live in Orange County and I am only 5 minutes away from Angel Stadium. I just don't like Angel Stadium and it really has no life to it and so I would much rather drive in traffic for an hour to be part of a Dodger game. I like the feel of a National League game better anyways and will always be Dodger Blue. With anything that you love, you eventually learn to deal with the negatives and in this case with the stadium, you arrive early and leave late to avoid the traffic. You enjoy more of the game and eat & drink less so you have more money left. Well hope this helps you a little and maybe we'll be there part of some awesome moment again. True Blue, True Dodger Blue!!!!!

Pros: Dodgers, Weather, Tradition, Value

Cons: Parking, Price of food & drinks

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I love this place. I moved to the US from the UK in the late 90's, visited here once and was immediately true blue and hooked on baseball. The view is great from just about anywhere, you can go cheap in the pavilion or expensive in the dugout club - or for the best value try the infield reserve. Sure some folks get boisterous after a few beers, but that is true in any sports stadium in the world - and I've been to many. If you don't want to risk it stay clear of the cheap seats

If you buck the LA trend and arrive for the national anthem you'll find parking a breeze and queues at the concession stands short. Stay to the end and you'll find the same.
Recently upgraded facilities make it even better, but I mourn the loss of the images of Koufax, Drysdale and others around the outfield wall to be replaced ads for the latest commercial sponsor. Soak in the atmosphere and stay True Blue - Go Dodgers! I love this game. On the downside the beer is hideously expensive

2
★★★★★

I love this place. I moved to the US from the UK in the late 90's, visited here once and was immediately true blue and hooked on baseball. The view is great from just about anywhere, you can go cheap in the pavilion or expensive in the dugout club - or for the best value try the infield reserve. Sure some folks get boisterous after a few beers, but that is true in any sports stadium in the world - and I've been to many. If you don't want to risk it stay clear of the cheap seats

If you buck the LA trend and arrive for the national anthem you'll find parking a breeze and queues at the concession stands short. Stay to the end and you'll find the same.
Recently upgraded facilities make it even better, but I mourn the loss of the images of Koufax, Drysdale and others around the outfield wall to be replaced ads for the latest commercial sponsor. Soak in the atmosphere and stay True Blue - Go Dodgers! I love this game. On the downside the beer is hideously expensive

Pros: Easy parking (if you arrive on time), atmosphere, 7th innings stretch

Cons: Expensive beer

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The Dodger Stadium is a bit far and hidden but it's so much fun! Well, if you are going for the game or, like my friends...just for the Dodger dogs!!! It's a baseball game, the all-American pastime and every time I go I sit next to really awesome people...

2
★★★★★

The Dodger Stadium is a bit far and hidden but it's so much fun! Well, if you are going for the game or, like my friends...just for the Dodger dogs!!! It's a baseball game, the all-American pastime and every time I go I sit next to really awesome people...

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I've been coming here since I can remember. My father used to take my brother and I and we'd sit in the bleachers, looking at the players through binoculars and eating Carnation frozen chocolate malts, Dodger Dogs, and that oh-so-American staple, Cracker Jacks! I have been going more often recently and the experience is still awesome. There's tons of parking, the crowd is lively but civil, and the games have been a blast! I still load up on junk food and there's just nothing like those frozen chocolate malts! The concession walkers aren't too annoying and it feels the same as when I was a kid, which is probably the best compliment a ballpark can make.

2
★★★★★

I've been coming here since I can remember. My father used to take my brother and I and we'd sit in the bleachers, looking at the players through binoculars and eating Carnation frozen chocolate malts, Dodger Dogs, and that oh-so-American staple, Cracker Jacks! I have been going more often recently and the experience is still awesome. There's tons of parking, the crowd is lively but civil, and the games have been a blast! I still load up on junk food and there's just nothing like those frozen chocolate malts! The concession walkers aren't too annoying and it feels the same as when I was a kid, which is probably the best compliment a ballpark can make.

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Chavez Ravine, unlike that box where the Angels play, feels like a real baseball stadium. There's a lot of extra-baseball history looming over the field (see Ry Cooder's album), which add to the mystique of the places. That, coupled with all the recent renovations and you got yourself a pretty fine ballpark!

2
★★★★★

Chavez Ravine, unlike that box where the Angels play, feels like a real baseball stadium. There's a lot of extra-baseball history looming over the field (see Ry Cooder's album), which add to the mystique of the places. That, coupled with all the recent renovations and you got yourself a pretty fine ballpark!

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As a season ticket holder, I go to a good number of Dodger game each season. With the recent renovations to Dodger Stadium, I'm proud to say that the new seats, while still plastic, are now actually comfortable, and the new Baseline Field Boxes are tempting, though pricey. I would have to agree with some of the other reviewers here; the acres of sprawling parking lots do not making parking at Dodger Stadium easy, convenient, or affordable (although no more expensive than the average MLB stadium). What is sorely needed these days is a direct bus line to the stadium or at least a public shuttle. Well, one can hope! Regardless, if you have a love for classic baseball you must visit Chavez Ravine at least once. (And, of course, you still can't beat Nancy Bea playing the Dodger Stadium organ nightly.)

2
★★★★★

As a season ticket holder, I go to a good number of Dodger game each season. With the recent renovations to Dodger Stadium, I'm proud to say that the new seats, while still plastic, are now actually comfortable, and the new Baseline Field Boxes are tempting, though pricey. I would have to agree with some of the other reviewers here; the acres of sprawling parking lots do not making parking at Dodger Stadium easy, convenient, or affordable (although no more expensive than the average MLB stadium). What is sorely needed these days is a direct bus line to the stadium or at least a public shuttle. Well, one can hope! Regardless, if you have a love for classic baseball you must visit Chavez Ravine at least once. (And, of course, you still can't beat Nancy Bea playing the Dodger Stadium organ nightly.)

Pros: live organ music, good attendance, historic venue

Cons: no public transit

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I love Baseball, but the only reason I go here is because of the cheap tickets and to see good teams play the Dodgers, Parking is like walking a Marathon or a climb experience. It stinks and the atmosphere is Ghetto, because of the cheapness it draws a kind of people that do not come for the game, but to yell, spit, throw stuff at you when you are rooting for another team. I heard the change the seats, maybe they should change the location too.....but untill then I'll go root for the guest team and spend a few bucks.

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★★★☆☆

I love Baseball, but the only reason I go here is because of the cheap tickets and to see good teams play the Dodgers, Parking is like walking a Marathon or a climb experience. It stinks and the atmosphere is Ghetto, because of the cheapness it draws a kind of people that do not come for the game, but to yell, spit, throw stuff at you when you are rooting for another team. I heard the change the seats, maybe they should change the location too.....but untill then I'll go root for the guest team and spend a few bucks.

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Dodger stadium is an amazing place. People who complain have no concept of the history of this stadium and what it means to the city. Plus, where else can you get a ticket for 6 bucks? Of course parking is a pain, it's an old stadium in Los Angeles. Good hot dogs and a great atmosphere. If all you complainers like the Angels' stadium so much just move to Orange County and leave Dodger Stadium for the real Angelenos.

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★★★★★

Dodger stadium is an amazing place. People who complain have no concept of the history of this stadium and what it means to the city. Plus, where else can you get a ticket for 6 bucks? Of course parking is a pain, it's an old stadium in Los Angeles. Good hot dogs and a great atmosphere. If all you complainers like the Angels' stadium so much just move to Orange County and leave Dodger Stadium for the real Angelenos.

Pros: Cheap Seats, Dodger dogs

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Anyone who has travelled just a little farther south on the 5 Freeway to Angels Stadium, will find out just how horrible this place really is. It's an antique, it's old, and it shows.
The parking stinks (like the Team), if you don't like hot dogs, you will probably starve, as the cusine is limited. Nothing at this stadium is "state of the art".
For a better venue, and a better overall Baseball experience, stay on the 5 past Stadium Way, and exit on Katella, in Anaheim.

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★★★☆☆

Anyone who has travelled just a little farther south on the 5 Freeway to Angels Stadium, will find out just how horrible this place really is. It's an antique, it's old, and it shows.
The parking stinks (like the Team), if you don't like hot dogs, you will probably starve, as the cusine is limited. Nothing at this stadium is "state of the art".
For a better venue, and a better overall Baseball experience, stay on the 5 past Stadium Way, and exit on Katella, in Anaheim.

Pros: Lots of empty seats

Cons: parking, food, baseball experience

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Dodgers Stadum has it all tradition, good food, not a bad seat in the stadium, awesome weather, there has only been a few rain out in the history of the stadium. NY may have more championships but LA has everything else..

peace out...

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★★★★★

Dodgers Stadum has it all tradition, good food, not a bad seat in the stadium, awesome weather, there has only been a few rain out in the history of the stadium. NY may have more championships but LA has everything else..

peace out...

Pros: Blue power, Sun Shine, Winners

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I don't get to Dodger Stadiam often as we live about 90 miles away,but when we do come we have to walk so far to get to the stadiam and we are not young any more. Then we have to climb stairs.. We have been to other stadiams and they are more modern, any chance of inproving Dodger Stadiam in the future? If so please don't wait too long. I want to be here to enjoy it.

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★★★★★

I don't get to Dodger Stadiam often as we live about 90 miles away,but when we do come we have to walk so far to get to the stadiam and we are not young any more. Then we have to climb stairs.. We have been to other stadiams and they are more modern, any chance of inproving Dodger Stadiam in the future? If so please don't wait too long. I want to be here to enjoy it.

Pros: nice view, diamond vision, good address system

Cons: too far away to park, food too expenisve, don't serve beer

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Dodger Stadium is a classic, only second to Ebbet's Field. A must-see if you are a baseball fan and an absolute cathedral deserving of worship if you are a Dodger fan

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★★★★★

Dodger Stadium is a classic, only second to Ebbet's Field. A must-see if you are a baseball fan and an absolute cathedral deserving of worship if you are a Dodger fan

Pros: history, views, team

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Dodger stadiums a good old traditional ball-park. Going to a Dodgers vs Giants game is a must in everybody's lifetime. Dodger dogs taste great I could eat about 10 of them right now! My mouth is watering just thinking about it while im doing this review. Parking isnt a problem either. Whenever I go to dodger stadium though it seems theres always some punk looking for trouble. But dont mind them theyre just insecure. Once your inside the park sit back, relax and have a brew or two. Nothing like seeing the boys of summer up close and personal! Think Blue!

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★★★★☆

Dodger stadiums a good old traditional ball-park. Going to a Dodgers vs Giants game is a must in everybody's lifetime. Dodger dogs taste great I could eat about 10 of them right now! My mouth is watering just thinking about it while im doing this review. Parking isnt a problem either. Whenever I go to dodger stadium though it seems theres always some punk looking for trouble. But dont mind them theyre just insecure. Once your inside the park sit back, relax and have a brew or two. Nothing like seeing the boys of summer up close and personal! Think Blue!

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The parking was a little traumatic, but once you're inside with a Dodger dog and the roar of the crowd in your ears, Dodger Stadium is a great place to be. Beware the $6 pavillion seats ... you can't drink beer there.

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★★★★☆

The parking was a little traumatic, but once you're inside with a Dodger dog and the roar of the crowd in your ears, Dodger Stadium is a great place to be. Beware the $6 pavillion seats ... you can't drink beer there.

Pros: great sunsets

Cons: disorganized parking

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I like comig her with my girls and family.

We have a lot of fun.

The ball games are always fun.

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★★★★★

I like comig her with my girls and family.

We have a lot of fun.

The ball games are always fun.

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most annoying sport viewing experience. cant see from half the seats. assigned bleachers...even when other sections arent full!!!! very expensive. not many choices. HORRIBLE PARKING

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★☆☆☆☆

most annoying sport viewing experience. cant see from half the seats. assigned bleachers...even when other sections arent full!!!! very expensive. not many choices. HORRIBLE PARKING

Cons: parking, expensive, comfort

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Get your friends together, go to the game, get cheap nosebleed seats ($6 bucks), hang out. and drink beer and eat dogs You'll have plenty of room and a nice view from the top.

If you actually care about the game, spring for loge seats or better. You can also get pretty good lower level seats in left and right field corners for most games.

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★★★★☆

Get your friends together, go to the game, get cheap nosebleed seats ($6 bucks), hang out. and drink beer and eat dogs You'll have plenty of room and a nice view from the top.

If you actually care about the game, spring for loge seats or better. You can also get pretty good lower level seats in left and right field corners for most games.

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There's almost nothing better than sitting in the home run seats with a dodger dog and a beer watching Sheffield make amazing plays before your eyes...but thats just my opinion!

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★★★★☆

There's almost nothing better than sitting in the home run seats with a dodger dog and a beer watching Sheffield make amazing plays before your eyes...but thats just my opinion!

Pros: super fun

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Time spent there is well worth the bad parking. You need to park a mile away unless you're fortunate to have season tickets. best place to watch the games is in the cheap seats with good friends, good food, and lots of beer.

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★★★★☆

Time spent there is well worth the bad parking. You need to park a mile away unless you're fortunate to have season tickets. best place to watch the games is in the cheap seats with good friends, good food, and lots of beer.

Pros: fresh LA air, good view

Cons: parking, long concession lines

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There are three kinds of ballparks: Hot, sweaty coliseums of frenzied activity; slow, elysian days on pastoral grounds; and corporate shoeboxes.

Dodger Stadium is one of the second type. Buy a beer and a dog, ease down into a bleacher just back of first base, slip on your shades and let the game roll by.

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★★★★☆

There are three kinds of ballparks: Hot, sweaty coliseums of frenzied activity; slow, elysian days on pastoral grounds; and corporate shoeboxes.

Dodger Stadium is one of the second type. Buy a beer and a dog, ease down into a bleacher just back of first base, slip on your shades and let the game roll by.

Pros: classic, great dogs

Cons: knotty traffic

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It's an anachronism, a behemothic example of early '60s architecture. But it works. Night games on warm summer evenings are treasured happenings, the kind of events that will linger with you in the back of your mind--the sultry warmth of the night air, the Dodgers going toe-to-toe with the Giants, your arm around your girl ... an American dream.

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★★★★★

It's an anachronism, a behemothic example of early '60s architecture. But it works. Night games on warm summer evenings are treasured happenings, the kind of events that will linger with you in the back of your mind--the sultry warmth of the night air, the Dodgers going toe-to-toe with the Giants, your arm around your girl ... an American dream.

Pros: History, Crowd, Views

Cons: Traffic

 

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