Where to sit at the Braves stadium
Our Front Row Seats sale representatives attend over 50 Atlanta Braves games a year. So, it’s safe to say that they know their way around the stadium. We have an in-depth knowledge of the best views and how to find value seats. As Atlanta natives we can direct you to the great Southern food at ‘The Ted’ and provide tips to avoid Atlanta traffic, so you can arrive to the game before the National Anthem is sung.
The seating chart at Turner Field is exceptionally designed making the Braves ballpark one of the easiest venues to navigate. Odd sections are located on the first base side (home dugout) and even sections are placed on the third base side (visitors dugout).
Each section is accompanied with a suffix “L” or “R”, which implies your seats are on the left or right side of the aisle. For example, section 107R – row 5: is on the Braves first base side to the right of section 107, and in row 5. Lower Level seats are numbered 100s, Terrace Level 200s, Club Level 300s, and Upper Pavilion 400s.
Where to Eat
We enjoy a bag of peanuts and an ice cold beer as much as anybody. But, Turner Field has some great dining options. The 755 Clubs is a full service dining experience – membership is required – or you need tickets with club access. You can order the works such as burgers, pizzas, and salads.
If eating breakfast all-day is your thing, then visit Waffle House located near the visitor’s bullpen at section 130. WaHo servers up their famous hash browns and waffles.
Atlanta is known for burgers. There are three H&F Burger stands inside the ballpark. Two in the outfield pavilion near the clubhouse store, and a standalone location at section 104. We suggest the outfield pavilion locations that offer french fries. If you apply your 33% season ticket holder discount, a hamburger and fries only costs $8.
There’s even a self-serve yogurt and slushy place, Yicketty Yogurt. Rathbun Steak serves a $15 steak sandwich at section 203.
The kiosk, that was once Beer Island is now a Sweetwater Brewing Company stand that only sells Sweetwater and macro brews such as Miller Lite. Luckily, Goose Island still offers their year round brews near section 120.
Atlanta is one the worst cities for traffic. You never know what to expect and avoiding traffic james is tough – unless you know your way around the city.
We always take the back roads, and use the highways as little as possible. If traveling from the north, you can save a lot of time going through areas that are nearby interstates, such as Little Five Points. Traveling on the west side, take Marietta street and turn onto Hill Street; which puts you within a few minutes of all the major parking lots nearby Turner Field.
Public transportation is inefficient and we do not encourage taking MARTA unless you have to.