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I went to Soldier Field for a Chicago Bears game in a pre season match against the Chiefs. I had visited the stadium once before for the all star soccer game the year before and was very impressed with the facilities.
Great venue for any...More
This place is absolutely terrible to get in and out. I cannot believe a city the size of Chicago has such a disgrace of a field as far as the access. Way in is a woesome lack of security folks causing a backup. On the...More
Far and away the best for ADA! Seats were great, staff was very knowledgeable and helpful. Reserving tickets with Jessica was the best. She was super helpful! There was even staff at the family restrooms monitoring use so it was available for those who needed...More
The game was great. Great seats through Ticketmaster- 400 level on the 50 yard line row 1 and 2. Originally purchased similiar seats through Vivid Seats but the week of the game they wanted to "upgrade add e my seats- 300 level at 10 yard...More
Went to a Bears preseason game, and the weather was beautiful and the game was great. I'm a bears fan, so my review will be biased. The stadium is great, we had seats in the 400 level, and was still able to see the field,...More
The stadium was to honor soldiers and the sacrifice they gave to our country, and the beautiful stone felt like it was pulled from ancient Rome, then came the modernization of the Soldier Field and felt it took away from the uniqueness the stadium once...More
This downtown neighborhood offers a variety of activities ranging from cultural to sporting. If you happen to visit during football season, you may bump into a boisterous few fans on their way to a Bears game on the southernmost tip of South Loop. On the flip side, Museum Campus offers cultural and educational experiences in its planetarium, museum and aquarium, all situated along the lakefront. Grant Park
is one of Chicago’s premier locations for green space and recreation with views of Lake Michigan and the Chicago skyline. Take a stroll down memory lane in the historic Prairie District where you can enjoy views of old historic homes. Restaurants, theaters, and clubs are spread throughout the neighborhood along with a collection of burger joints along Michigan Avenue just across from the park.
Unfortunately the answer would be no. I would think though if there are certain dietary needs that they cannot accommodate a simple explanation would suffice and you would be allowed to bring your own. Other than that I... More
Unfortunately the answer would be no. I would think though if there are certain dietary needs that they cannot accommodate a simple explanation would suffice and you would be allowed to bring your own. Other than that I think a definite..NO. Most places like this do not allow that anymore.