Angel Stadium of Anaheim

Capacity: 45,389     Opened: 1966

Who didn’t love the movie “Angels in the Outfield?” Head to Angel Stadium of Anaheim for a truly divine ballpark experience!

What makes this stadium unique?

Though Angel Stadium is MLB’s fourth oldest, the renovations in 1996 hide it well. The stadium is decked out to the nines in Angels’ insignia- from the main entrance with the double baseball caps that light up at night to the player posters throughout the concourses. In the outfield there is some “Pride Rock” action (aka Outfield Extravaganza area), which is appropriate since Disneyland is down the road. On your way out of the parking check to see if the “Big A’s” halo is lit, signifying an Angels’ victory!

Dining and Nightlife

  1. Angelo’s

    Angelo’s Drive-In Hamburgers511 South State College Boulevard
    Anaheim, CA
    92806

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    Angelo’s Drive-In Hamburgers is a great option to the chain food restaurants that over populate Anaheim. Hope you don’t mind eating in your car and watching the car hops skate out food!
  2. JT Schmid’s

    JT Schmid’s Restaurant and Brewery2610 E Katella Ave
    Anaheim, CA
    92806

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    Check out JT Schmid’s Restaurant and Brewery on 2610 E Katella Ave for some standard American cuisine and handcrafted microbrews.
  3. Throwbacks

    Throwbacks1759 South Claudina Way
    Anaheim, CA
    92805

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    Anaheim felt very family-oriented, but we found this awesome sports bar, Throwbacks to hang out in and they even had a shuttle to take us to the game!
  4. The Juke Joint

    Juke Joint735 North Anaheim Boulevard
    Anaheim, CA
    92805

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    Looking for a low-key bar with live music? Juke Joint is your spot. Alternative/ punk fan is search of hole in the wall pub with live music, check out Doll Hut on 107 South Adams Street.
  5. ESPN Zone

    ESPN Zone1545 Disneyland Dr.
    Anaheim, CA
    92802

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    For all you mainstreamers just looking for a typical sports bar, head over to ESPN Zone.

Transportation/Parking

Parking is super cheap, only $10 next to the stadium! Again if you go to Throwbacks before the game they provide a shuttle there and back. Starting 2011 season, Amtrak will be running special trains to all weeknight games starting at 7:05 pm for $7 roundtrip. This is a great option if you stay in L.A. and don’t want to drive.

Weekend for Two
Quality Suites Anaheim Stadium (2 Nights) $178
Tickets (2 Upper View Tickets) $12
Breakfast Complimentary at hotel
Friday Dinner (JT Schmid’s Restaurant and Brewery: Walnut Salad, French Dip Sandwich, 2 Beers)
Saturday Lunch (Angelo’s Drive-In Hamburgers: 2 Burger Baskets, 2 Sodas)
Saturday Dinner (Throwbacks: Fajita Quesadilla, Club Sandwich, 2 Beers)
Pre-game at Throwbacks (4 Drinks)
$0
$45$17

$36

$25

Throwbacks Shuttle $0
Total $313

*Prices may differ depending on time of travel. All restaurant and bar prices include tax and a 20% tip.

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