Major League Baseball is stepping up their food game, and Globe Life Park is leading the pack with their unique (dare we say, Instagram-worthy) food options (they even have a vegan stand!). Favorites include The “Boomstick,” a 7-pound chili dog topped with Texas state flags as décor, “The Triple B,” a meaty combo of bacon, brisket, bologna and barbecue sauce served on a bun. If you’ve got a sweet tooth, don’t miss the “7th Inning Cinnamon Roll,” a deep-fried roll smothered in raspberry sauce.
Obviously Rangers fans are hoping for fireworks on the field ending in a WIN, but Friday nights are a fun excuse to head to Arlington for the post-game fireworks show. It doesn’t matter where we sit during the game, we always move closer for a better view once the game ends. Nothing says summertime like a baseball field and some fireworks!
Baseball teams are notorious for fun promos and theme nights, adding to your list of reasons to catch a Rangers game this summer. Personally, I don’t need extra incentives to spend the day watching baseball, but if you’re a Star Wars fan, don’t miss Star Wars Night (8/31), Woodstock (8/16) or Space Night (7/12).
Easily one of the most accessible sporting venues around, Globe Life Park offers plenty of parking options including self-park (pre-paid for $18 or general for $20), valet, Uber (pick-up and drop-off location is in Camry Lot D) and more. If you’re staying at a participating Arlington hotel, many offer complimentary shuttles, so ask the front desk. (Use this parking map to navigate the construction this season, and if you’re a fan of Twitter, #RangersParking and #RangersValet are helpful for real-time game day parking info).
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