Safeco Field

Address: 1250 1st Ave S
Phone: (206) 346-4001
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Category: Baseball Stadium
Check Ins: 70523

Reviews

  • HISTORY

    Safeco Field officially opened on July 15, 1999 in the middle of the baseball season. The retractable roof takes about 10 minutes to fully close.
  • Sports Authority

    Outside the stadium, try a Polish sausage with cream cheese and onion. It certainly is a Seattle specialty! Once you're inside, don't skip on the garlic fries…they're the best around!
  • ESPN

    In New York, they say Yankee Stadium is the House That Ruth Built. In Seattle, they say Safeco Field is the House That Griffey Built.
  • Pepsi

    Hang out in one of the plazas that surround the field - the views here are better than in some of the upper tiers. Go Mariners!
  • Paul Biggs

    Go to Safeco Field and get the garlic fries
  • Gregg Greene

    The new 'Pen in centerfield has awesome views, a nice drink selection and great food from some top-flight chefs. Make sure to check it out when you go to a game. Oh, & it opens 2.5 hours before games.
  • A.G. W

    never sit in the cheap seats you paid for.
  • 4sqSeattle

    Make this 1 of your 5 places to check in to get the Seattleite badge! See the list for the other venues.
  • J Richard

    Grab a microbrew!
  • Shawn Kamen

    Destroy a heaping pile of garlic fries from Grounders.
  • Seattle Mariners

    Welcome to Safeco Field! Check in using MLB.com At the Ballpark to unlock special offers and explore the stadium right from your phone. http://atmlb.com/IewZrw
  • Matt P

    #gomariners
  • MLB

    One of the coolest pieces of baseball history at Safeco, check out the plaque in the visitor’s bullpen honoring where Cal Ripken’s final All-Star Game homer landed in 2001.
  • Ken Burns

    Ichiro learned to hit from the left side of the plate, so he could begin each at-bat two steps closer to first base. "The Tenth Inning" premieres Tuesday, Sept. 28 on PBS.
  • Seattle Mariners

    If Safeco Field wasn’t pretty enough itself, there’s also dozens of paintings, prints and photographs on display throughout the ballpark.
  • Robert Tam

    Garlic Fries!!!
  • Hardy Awadjie

    Mariners!
  • Troy Aker

    Check out the Mariners Hall of Fame and the Museum of Pacific Northwest Baseball there at Safeco. Some interesting memorabilia.
  • Chris Williams

    best hot dog in Safeco Field is the Major League Dog at the Rolling Roof cafe in center field
  • Seattle Mariners

    Use MLB.com At Bat on your Android, iPhone, iPad or iPod, BlackBerry or Windows 7 device to follow all the action on the field and around the league while you are at the park. http://atmlb.com/HVhurc
  • M's Beervendor

    Tweet your beer order to @Msbeervendor. I'll bring it to You
  • Gorilla FC

    Listen for the funniest beer vendor! Tip accordingly!
  • Mike Padilla ??

    Looking forward to seeing a baseball game here.
  • Tae Phoenix

    Take your little sister. Eat garlic fries. Have the awesomeness.
  • William "Bill" B.

    Cheer, but don't cheer too loud or else you may "interfere w/ others' enjoyment of the game." Ushers can be pricks. Careful when trying to be a fan...
  • huw cawthorn

    Have to check out the centre field bar. Best seats, right on the field.
  • Robin Nichols

    Awesome opening day swarm. Thanks everybody!
  • Seattle Mariners

    The ‘Pen has awesome, affordable food from renowned chefs, $5 happy hour beers until an hour before first pitch & is the only spot in-park open 2-1/2 hours before the game.
  • Marnie Cannon

    Take the Safeco Field stadium tour. It's a fantastic way to spend an hour or so, and only costs $9/person. Great when you have out-of-town guests, too!
  • Jeff Hackmeister

    The best food and beer in the park are found in The Pen
  • University of Washington Athletics

    The Diamond Dawgs play an annual game at Safeco in the spring and UW Students get in free w/ID! Check the schedule link for more.
  • DoubleTree Seattle Airport

    The garlic fries are a must but be sure to bring some mints for after!
  • Aaron Cooper

    Be aware of bitter Mariners fans who are jealous that the away team has better fans.
  • jondell delacruz

    M's vs Halos
  • John Bonebrake

    Mariners game.. 'nuff said!!!
  • Eater

    Top Dining Options: Hamburg + Frites, Tortugas Voladuras, La Creperie, and Apizza are at the Pen; Field Roast at the Field Roast Stand; Ricenroll at Section 137; Hit it Here Cafe is in Right Field.
  • Gregg Greene

    Check out the 'Pen in center field. Gates open 2-1/2 hours before the game. Catch Mariners batting practice, grab $5 happy hour beers until an hour before the game and get great affordable grub.
  • Daniel Saxon

    Red Sox fans = posers who have no affiliation to boston
  • ??Stephano Theo??????????

    Always a good time at the park rain or shine win or lose.
  • SportsTechie @SportsTechieNET, @THESportsTechie

    When possible watch a game standing in center field on MarinersVision.
  • Mark

    Among the many great food options at Safeco, my favorites were the Cheddar Bratwurst w/ grilled onions and sauerkraut (best sausage/dog) and the "Ichiroll" sushi (best food name in MLB).
  • Joshua Clark

    Garlic fries!!'
  • John Foley

    Dress warm!
  • Kris

    garlic fries. just do it!
  • Faith Yi

    There are tips for baseball stadiums? Just have fun! Who knows, you might see Nick Lachey (co owns the Rainiers) or a local celeb gone famous like Joel Mchale throw 1st pitch
  • scott adams

    If your a visitor from out of state. 300 level 1st base sideline deep. Enjoy the view
  • Tim Kerrick

    if you own a Nintendo DS, DS Lite, or DSi - you can bring it to the stadium and interact with the game in ways no one else in the stadium will.
  • Branton Boehm

    Catch a Mariners game and get your picture taken with the Mariner Moose.
  • Sports Illustrated

    May 07, 1990: Ken Griffey, Jr. makes his Sports Illustrated Cover debut!
  • Tony Cronin

    Get here early if you are driving, parking is not great
  • ELS Language Centers

    Watch the Seattle Mariners play while enjoying sweeping views of downtown Seattle.
  • Dana Hanna

    Eat some sushi, have a crepe, slosh down some decent beer or wine, hug a moose, and maybe watch some baseball.
  • Wayne Peck

    Kidd Valley has a great burger. The food is pretty awesome at Safeco. It should be since the Mariners aren't very good.
  • Sarah Marie

    Two words: Garlic Fries
  • The Harlem Globetrotters

    Bring the kids out to learn from the best! The Harlem Globetrotters will be in town teaching some summer skills clinics July 22-27. For more information
  • Chuck Skoda

    Check out the hashtag being promoted at the game, and look for your posts on the big screen via Tagboard.com.
  • Which Bus

    Skip the traffic and take public transit; it's right by the Stadium Station. Trip planning and real time information available at http://bit.ly/RhKvQe.
  • Starscream

    Ichiro to the Yankees?! ICHI-NO!!!
  • Carla

    I LOVE BASEBALL!! The Safeco Field Is OUTSTANDING!!!!
  • Justin

    Come on gimmick night so when the M's lose you'll at least have a bobble head.
  • Landon Howell

    After traveling to MLB stadium across the nation, I've yet to visit a place like Safeco. Catch a game, eat garlic fries, drink a Seattle-area beer.
  • Evening Magazine

    Make sure you catch Safeco Field on Evening Magazine, tonight at 7 pm on King 5 for our chat with the Mariner Moose!
  • Thach Nguyen

    The Infamous Safeco baseball stadium. Great time for a baseball game or a party in the exclusive box seats vip area. All you can eat garlic fries lol...
  • Theresa Fabulous

    Go team, go!
  • Ashley Ray

    Best ballpark I've been to!
  • AJ O'Connell

    Great venue to watch a game!
  • DK Smith

    The garage parking is Super OverPriced($30)... Street parking is MUCH cheaper($5)
  • Matthew Myer

    How embarrassing..
  • Andrew Daubin

    Its fun to heckle the opposing bullpen...just don't use profanity and be overly intoxicated cuz u might get kicked out.
  • Gail Gatton

    Tacos at Edgar's Cantina or sausage with grilled onions from the Sausage Company = best stadium food!
  • Christina Coster

    Hang out in the outdoor patio bar at section 347 during sunset. Great views!!
  • Hipster Jew

    Worst hot dog bun I've ever had in my entire life.
  • Caitlin Sachs

    GARLIC FRIES!
  • David Moore

    Ken Griffey Jr. Induction to Mariner's Hall-of-Fame
  • David Dekker

    Make sure you try the language tacos at Edgar's or the chicken and waffle sandwich at the hit it here cafe
  • Steve Wood

    Get beer at pyramid brewery.
  • Matthew Garcia

    Garlic fries are a must.
  • Joshua Rehn

    Not a bad seat in the house and the new screen is rediculously bad ass
  • Simon Gillett

    Margaritas at the taco stand are a great call! Also come early as all drinks up to an hour before the first pitch are only $5
  • Michael Kubisky

    If you have club level seats, try the Pasta bar in section 241, Get pasta with a marinara sauce with sausage or alfrado sauce, they can even add garlic and or parmisian as well.. YUM!
  • Justin Henderson

    Flow out the first pitch.
  • Maya Turnor

    Yummy Garlic Fries!
  • Greg Franklin

    Go Royals!
  • RotoWire.com

    Mike Carp has reached base in 25 straight games.
  • COTU Brewing

    Find a Homefront IPA, a collaboration between Fremont Brewing and us! Aged on Louisville Sluggers and brewed by Mariner's pitcher Chris Ray! Proceeds go to Operation Homefront.
  • Lauren Balter

    Check out The Natural behind home plate on the main concourse for gluten-free and vegan options! Also gf fish&chips on the club level (accessible to all).
  • Patrick Murray

    Make sure you try the strawberry and Nutella crepes from The 'Pen!
  • Adam Graff

    Showgirls right by the parking garage
  • Cheryl Slocum

    Get the cheap tickets and hang in the beer garden where there's sun and a view. Also...garlic fries are a must.
  • Daniel Saxon

    Also be aware that red sox fans are the biggest fairweather fans in the world. The better their record the more "fans" come out. None have any connection to boston either.
  • 88 Keys

    88 Keys is Seattle’s premier Dueling Piano and Sports Bar. Historic Pioneer Square district, This is the perfect place to come before or after a game. We are the party stop for it all. 315 2nd Ave. s
  • Sue-Ellen Ploeger

    Garlic fries do not live up to their reputation at all!
  • D B

    Garlic Fries are a must!
  • Adam Etchey

    Scorecard and a bag of peanuts equals euphoria on a sunny day.
  • Christopher Eaton

    Way better ball park then Baltimore
  • David Lakin

    Avoid the pizza
  • Jeff Harris

    Awesome stadium
  • Cassandra Wilson

    Beer garden is where it's at!
  • David Wyble Jr

    Fanfest is nuts!
  • Jon Darveau

    Opens up before Seahawks games and you can watch the early games on the big screen!
  • Bret Herrick

    Love that Ivar's is here!
  • Matt McGee

    The Mariners aren't very good.
  • Terrence Mills

    Fun time with friends
  • Donovan Edwards

    Awesome ball park. Happ Hour $5 beers
  • Kerry Clark

    Great place to see a ball game! Great traditions, excited fans, fun little vignettes between each inning.
  • Julia Parker

    Mariners on a winning streak & perfect weather -- Win/Win combination. New food options with Yoga Yogurt sundaes & Edgar Carnitas tacos. Garlic Fries are still a Must!
  • Experience

    You can now upgrade your seats at all Mariners home games! Download the MLB at the Ballpark app to upgrade: http://mlb.mlb.com/ticketing/upgrades.jsp?c_id=sea
  • Emily

    Nice field...but totally different fan base than what I'm used too ;). A Good time but a different world than the Big D!! ;)~
  • Ron G

    The Mariners are a horrible team
  • Kau'i Auwae

    Dirty Fries & Hit it Here Burger at Hit It Here Cafe is truly amazeballs.
  • Aaron Julius

    The philly cheese steak is awesome.
  • Stan Sams

    Anyone here for the fireworks extravaganza must be severely disappointed. Very repeated with long draughts no fireworks whilst lame songs played. + it was shorter than what PETCO Park does every Fri
  • Darcy Cheerios

    One of Baseballs greatest atmosphere's both inside and outside the ballpark. Make sure to get there nice and early to enjoy all the outside events.
  • Brandon

    Show up early and watch the home and visitor pitchers warm up next to the bull pen.
  • Gary Stratton

    SODO MOJO - go Mariners!
  • Stadium Journey

    Seattle can only mean one thing: garlic fries!
  • Carolyn Clark-Bennett

    Waffle fries & white cheddar sauce!
  • Outdoor Research Retail Store

    Go Mariners! Every seat is fantastic!
  • Lawrence Kramer

    Eat at the pen. Gourmet food and half price tap beers before game.
  • Megumo Yamamoto

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  • Clark Conley

    Second row - You can't beat it!
  • Melissa Jilk

    Forget Starbucks -- the best coffee is at Blazing Bagel (lowest level, near LF entrance)... much cheaper than Starbucks, too. And best bagels in Seattle..
  • Shannon Perez

    Garlic fries...that is all!
  • Natalie Cervantes

    They don't mess around at Safeco. NO MORE ALCOHOL at first pitch of 8th inning. Even if you are already in line they'll not serve you. Taps off.
  • Lauren S

    Make sure to check out the grounds crew dancers perform after the bottom of the third!
  • Somchai Rojana

    Texas Rangers vs Seattle Mariners: Big Match!
  • Brenda Spencer

    Go Mariners!
  • Joe Schenck

    Stand outside alone for 10 minutes and a dozen people will ask you to take pictures of them.
  • Cory

    Apizza out in The 'Pen...great eats and drinks! And both bullpens just feet away! Great for fans!
  • Alexandria Baker

    Check out the huge TV screen. It's one of the biggest in the world!
  • Lauren Webb

    Great Stadium! Walkable distance from the city & pike's :)
  • oakie

    go direct to the box office or a team store for tickets and avoid ticketbastard's exorbitant fees.
  • Andrew Sprung

    The Mariners may be terrible, but hanging out in the Bullpen Beer Garden is not. Get your drink on!
  • Macey W

    Choose to eat in the stadium rather than eating before coming in---delicious, not-your-average ballpark food!
  • Robby Delaware

    Safeco's Alcohol Enforcement Teams remind me i've what I've heard about Soviet Union (circa 1936) intelligence services, utterly brutal, totally dumb, and all for show.
  • Tony Torres

    Bottomless sodas for ten bucks.
  • Yoshi Ichi

    Cupcake Royale next to the Moose Den. Eat one while the kids are in the play land so you don't have to share.
  • Yoshi Ichi

    Dippin Dots Section 111
  • The Atlantic Cities

    Safeco won't be the same without Ichiro Suzuki. Or, as some local media outlets tell it, Seattle will never be the same because the economy is going to shed millions of dollars...
  • Tim Kerrick

    You can save $4.00 when you purchase 20oz fountain drinks without leaving the stadium for $1.50 if you get them from the Blazin Bagels window near the left field entrance.
  • SNOCRU

    Grab a beer(s!) and hit the pen...left center field. www.snocru.com
  • Clean and Simple Cleaning

    Yummm, garlic fries! Do not forget to grab some of these, but make sure you have gum for later!
  • Rick Wong

    Kidd Valley cheeseburgers. Local favorite. Almost as good as Dodger Dogs.
  • Do Nguyen

    they have good foods here now.
  • Ken .U

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  • Brandon Smith

    Seattle fans are literally fair weather fans. It only starts to get busy when it's sunny and 75.
  • Janet Richards

    Avoid the hotdogs #notspecial and #notgood. Stick with burger or chili cheese fries.
  • Margaret Yuill

    One of the nice things abt Seattle that really is cool is that the ballpark is China Town adjacent. Sushi take out at the game. Nommy. :)
  • Tj Masterson

    Try Ivers!! Yummy(:
  • Joshua Hudson

    Hot dogs are always good.
  • Matt Ganz

    Fill up a 18oz Pyramid Blonde and watch some baseball with the bluebird sky!
  • Larry G Jones Corporate Entertainer

    Try the sushi
  • Transitions® lenses

    Watch the Mariners play in one of the country’s most beautiful ballparks, where you can take in America’s pastime in view of Seattle’s skyline and the sun setting over Puget sound. #seemoresights
  • Ken Myhra

    View from Toot Sports Suite is pretty nice
  • BiGG George

    GO MARINERS!!!!!
  • Billy

    CF Bleachers are the way to go. Cheap seats, and a good view.
  • John Greenland

    Watching them destroy one of my favorite Seattle landmarks - viaduct
  • Kirat

    The large and regular beers are the same volume!
  • Shiggity Shwa

    If at all possible, don't try to leave right after the end of a Mariners game when the entire stadium is also leaving
  • Ed-Tre Mumphrey

    ATM's are found at this section!
  • Matt Griffin

    No bar-b-que sauce...a real travesty.
  • Paul Shelton

    The garlic fries rock!!
  • Ella Ma Escalante

    Have a Mariner Hotdog and if it's getting chilly gran a hot chocolate, that can totally fix it.
  • Michael

    You can't beat these seats!
  • Ed-Tre Mumphrey

    Make sure you check In with security when you come in the ballpark!
  • Peter Anspach

    Tweet a beer to your seat from @Msbeervendor
  • Andy Boyer

    It doesn't matter how many empty seats there are in Sec 129, the psycho usher in that section will track you down and boot you. Sit in Sec 128 or 130 instead.
  • Nancy Vang

    Bring your sunglasses. You'll be shading your eyes for five innings.
  • Melody Warouw

    Let's go Mariners!!
  • Shane M.

    Watch Felix Hernandez, great pitcher! Michael Pineda too! He is on the rise.
  • Joe Gates

    Level 3 has two ramps. Check both when trying to find your car
  • Andy Meade

    Great ball park. Leave two hours early or more going to game.
  • Annie Flanders

    we had one of the boxes this last time --- ooooh they are the ONLY way to go.
  • Dj Elmer

    They have elephant ears here now too, dont forget to try them!
  • K12 Inc

    Did you know? Baseball's origins are unknown, but it's thought that the game evolved from “town ball,” an American version of an old British game called “rounders.”
  • Charlie Webster

    The old people in charge should've been sleeping tonight... Lame
  • Jack Fahey

    Bring your own beer!
  • Blake P

    Don't leave a sack of t-shirts laying around or someone will snatch them when you aren't looking.
  • pete morisseau

    Don't buy the "hot" peanuts. In 2010 they went to paper bags in a bullshit enviromental appeal, now they don't retain heat for shit. Another tragic casualty of the "Go Green" movement.buy beer instead
  • Adam Graff

    The new crepes at The 'Pen are outstanding
  • Bryan Seaton

    For sure get your Mack N' Jack's before the 6th inning...they run out!!! I found this out the Hard Way!!!
  • Alan Cordova

    Tweet @Msbeervendor with seat number & order for a quick cold one!
  • Geoffrey King

    Sound Seafood near section 248. Yum.
  • Ann Sonnen

    Go M's! And don't forget to catch Slayer/Megadeath at Wamu Theater tonight. At least that's what I heard at the Triangle.
  • Merrill Gardens

    Thanks Mariners for a lovely experience. Safeco Field is always a great place for seniors.
  • Susan Moxley

    Try the tour! Great way to learn about the Mariners!
  • Ryan Bello

    The beer concession near the bullpen has a huge selection of a dozen or so beers, including my favorite in Safeco--Dick Danger Ale.
  • Humberto Martinez

    Wednesday is family night...$18 gets you high but decent tix, a hot dog and small soft drink. Garlic fries are also awesome, but you may regret it the next day.
  • D K

    Best beer is back by ichiroll. There's a hidden bar.
  • Nathan Neff

    Garlic fries are a must.............. But eat too many and they are rough on you the next day.
  • cassandra caterson

    Don't bother.
  • Glace Bondeson

    13 to 4 ftw
  • Christina Rocks

    Get a veggie dog!
  • Mitch Ratcliffe

    Sit in Row 32, seats 11 and 12, with my wife or a good friend. Get a Mac & Jack and BBQ. Enjoy Mariners -- season tickets best idea ever.