Yankee Stadium Now Has a Kid’s Clubhouse and Other Cool Social Gathering Spaces

As if just going to a Yankee game isn’t enough fun, today we had a tour of five new additions that are open to all ticket holders- and some new menu items as well. The new locations include the  Sunrun Kids Clubhouse, Masterpass Batter’s Eye deck, Frank’s Redhot Terrace, AT&T Sports Lounge, and the Budweiser Party decks.




The Sunrun Kids Clubhouse is the stadium’s first ever children’s zone. Designed like a mini baseball field, this 2,850 square foot area can be found on the 300 Level in right field. Kids can play to their hearts content on this Yankee’s themed playground- complete with oversized baseballs, bases and baseball cards, a 6-foot high replica World Series trophy and some fun interactive exhibits too. Parents can relax in a nearby dugout area- and nearby TVs ensures no one misses the game. There is also a retractable shade that will cover the area on super sunny days, and two family restrooms with changing tables. Nursing moms will also have access to a private space with lounge chairs, television, and outlets.




The Masterpass Batter’s Eye Deck is located on the 200 Level in center field and has amazing views of the entire stadium. The area has been exanded to 3,500 square feet with drink rails overlooking the field- the perfect place to cheers after a homerun.






Two Bullpen Terraces- Franks Redhot Terrace (which overlooks the visitors bullpen in left field)  and Toyota Terrace (which overlooks the Yankees bullpen in right field) are the perfect place to gather with friends on the 100 level area. Each feature their own specialty food and drink options and are home to 120 USB ports for charging dead phones after all those game selfies.




The Budweiser Party Decks are located in sections 311 and 328 and have shaded bar areas serving beer, cocktails, and food.



The AT&T Sports Lounge features DirecTV service with craft beers and cocktails at Section 134 on the Field Level.

New Ticket Options

With these new gathering locations, it’s no wonder the Yankees also just introduced two new ticket options: the Pinstripe Pass ticket and the Grandstand Level ticket. The Pinstripe Pass starts at $15 and is a general admission standing room only ticket which also includes one drink (yes, it can be a domestic beer for those 21 and over). The Grandstand Level ticket starts at $10.




And the food? Beyond the traditional ballpark hot dog, there are menu items that are a foodies dream. At Franks Red Hot Terrace you’ll find burgers, chicken sandwiches and Chinese Buns (Baos). Head to the Masterpass deck for a caramelized onion french dip sandwich, smoked turkey legs, double cheeseburgers, and hand-pulled mozarella sandwiches. Lobels comes through with their meatloaf burger, grilled chicken sandwich, and steak and potato fries. Mighty Quinn’s offers menu items like the Brontosaurus rib (which is butter in your mouth!), brisket sandwiches, chicken wings, dirty fries, and more. Then Bareburger does not disappoint with bison, organic beef, turkey, and black bean options. Lastly head to Jersey Mike’s for their Famous Philly or Chicken Philly Cheese Steak.

And if you have room, there’s a Ben & Jerry’s scoop shop with flavors like strawberry cheesecake and frozen flakes.


There you have it- even more reason to head to the ballgame this season. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit www.yankees.com.

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