Capacity: 50,490 Opened: 1995
Coors Field will redefine a trip to the Mile High Club. The ballpark has a reputation for being a hitter’s park, so your team is guaranteed to score!
What makes this stadium unique?
Coors Field blends in with the surrounding Denver downtown with its hand laid brick façade. The field is 21 feet underground to allow the ballpark to not dominate the neighborhood. The clock tower at the main entrance on 20th and Blake St. gives the stadium an old time feel, though the park boasts all the modern amenities. Inside the dark green seats are broken up by a distinct purple row in upper deck signifying Denver’s mile elevation mark. In center field is a landscape of pine trees, fountains, and a waterfall that pay tribute to the Rocky Mountains. After a Rockies’ home run or win, the fountains shoot up. Above this and the batter’s eye is The Rockpile. These bleacher seats are ever popular with fans due to their price- $4! Children under 12 and seniors over 55 get in for $1.
Dining and Nightlife
Marco’s Coal Fired Pizza
2262 Larimer St
Anyone an early riser? Snooze is an AM eatery only open until the early hours of the afternoon. Find a great breakfast or lunch with cage free eggs and fresh ingredients. There are even a few adult items too. Start the day off with a Bloody Mary’s or Mimosa.
Falling Rock Tap House
Falling Rock Tap House
1919 Blake Street
The list of places could not be complete without the best tap house in the area. Falling Rock has a very extensive selection of cask, draft, and bottled beer. Sandwiches and bar favorites are also served, if you can ever put the beer down.
Lodo’s Bar and Grill
2220 Blake Street
If this beer sounds familiar, it is. Breckenridge was established in the 1980’s and sends beer to stores across the nation. Try a main line, seasonal, small batch, or barrel aged beer from a company who knows what they’re doing. Check the website for tour dates and times.
There is plenty of parking around Coors Field for $13-$15. Public transportation is an easy option as well with RockiesRide, Light Rail, the Broadway Shuttle, or buses. For more information on these routes and trip planners, visit the RTD website.
|Weekend for Two*|
|Ramada Denver Midtown (2 Nights)||$158|
|Tickets (2 Rockpile Tickets)||$8|
|Breakfast Complimentary at hotel
Friday Dinner (Marco’s Coal Fired Pizzeria: Queens Pizza, The Italian Sandwich, 2 Glasses of Wine)
Saturday Lunch (Snooze: The Falldorf Salad, The Ballpark Burger)
Saturday Dinner (Falling Rock Tap House: Southwest Turkey Foccacia, Johnny Cash Burger, 2 Beers)
Pre-game at Lodo’s Bar and Grill (4 Drinks)
|Light Rail (6 rides)||$13.50|
*Prices may differ depending on time of travel. All restaurant and bar prices include tax and a 20% tip.