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PNC Park

Pittsburgh, PA

Home of the Pittsburgh Pirates

4.9

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PNC Park (map it)
115 Federal St
Pittsburgh, PA 15212


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Year Opened: 2001

Capacity: 38,362

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Winning Makes Everything Better

Located on the banks of the Allegheny River, PNC Park has long been the forgotten gem of not only Pittsburgh, but Major League Baseball. Pittsburgh fans were tired of seeing a losing team year after year especially given the amount of success the Penguins and Steelers have had. The city's thriving college crowd found no interest in going to Pirates games, which is understandable considering the fact that the last winning team Pittsburgh fielded was when most of them were infants.

All of that changed in 2013 when PNC Park saw its first winning team since its construction. With the Pirates finally relevant, fans from around the country started paying more attention to the team as they got more and more games on national television. But one of the biggest takeaways from those nationally televised games had nothing to do with the team and everything to do with their beautiful home field.

4.9

What is FANFARE?

The FANFARE scale is our metric device for rating each stadium experience. It covers the following:

  • Food & Beverage
  • Atmosphere
  • Neighborhood
  • Fans
  • Access
  • Return on Investment
  • Extras

Each area is rated from 0 to 5 stars with 5 being the best. The overall composite score is the "FANFARE Score".

Food & Beverage    5

One of the best features of PNC Park is its variety of concessions. They don't let you down in terms of the ballpark classics-hot dogs, nachos, ice cream-those are all expected at any park. What sets PNC apart from the competition are the variety of local foods and the great locations of their concessions. Because PNC has a relatively low attendance capacity compared to other MLB stadiums, the lines for concessions are rarely long. Even when the stadium is sold out, it is relatively easy to get food and go back to your seat without missing much action. While they used to struggle with understaffing the concessions and being unprepared, it seems that the recent success of the Pirates has convinced PNC Park to always be ready for a big crowd.

Some of the highlights of the park include a Quaker Steak and Lube and The Riverwalk Grill. Both of these places serve great food that makes you feel like you are in a restaurant and not a ballpark. The Riverwalk Grill, in particular, has some of the best sausages of any park in the country.

Without a doubt, the best aspect of PNC Park's food is its influence. Mrs. T's Pierogies will make you wonder why more places nationwide don't make pierogies. Manny's Barbeque, owned by none other than Pittsburgh legend Manny Sanguillen, combines delicious food with an incredible atmosphere. Of course, the most famous Pittsburgh spot of all is Primanti Brothers Sandwiches, and PNC Park has one of those too. With all of these option, plus beer stands with local brews, it's hard to imagine anyone leaving a ball game on an empty stomach.

Atmosphere    5

There is nothing quite like a game at PNC Park. It is one of the only parks in the country where there really is no such thing as a bad seat. Much of the stadium provides an incredible view of the city of Pittsburgh, the Allegheny River, and the Roberto Clemente Bridge. Very few parks in the country can compete with PNC when it comes to the sheer beauty of its backdrop. With only two levels of seating (compared to three in most ballparks), every seat in the house provides a high-quality view of the on-the-field action.

Outside the stadium is just as beautiful as the inside. Bronze statues of Pittsburgh legends grace the walkways, and local bars are buzzing with fans. Street performers line the Clemente Bridge, and when Pittsburgh fields a competitive team, the enjoyment improves even more. During the Pirates' playoff run in 2013, it was rare to see the Clemente Bridge with fewer than a few hundred eager fans trying to catch a glimpse into the stadium.

Neighborhood    5

Downtown Pittsburgh is a beautiful and, more importantly, safe place. Restaurants and bars are everywhere around the outside of the park, so if you want to head somewhere before or after the game, there are plenty of options. If you'd rather get out of the stadium area, you can walk across the bridge and head to Market Square. While some of the restaurants may be closed after the game, there are some fun bars such as Las Velas and Perle.

Fans    5

In the past, Pirates fans were criticized as being the least passionate fans in the city of Pittsburgh. But can you really blame them? After twenty consecutive losing seasons, it is tough to wake up excited about a baseball team, especially with traditionally elite teams like the Steelers and Penguins right across the bridge. But 2013 brought baseball fever back to the city of Pittsburgh when they made an impressive playoff run, and fan support has gone through the roof now. It is common to see PNC Park sold out for division games, and as long as the Buccos are relevant, their fans will be some of the loudest and most passionate in all of professional baseball.

Access    4

Getting to PNC Park is actually easier than most places in the city. And with Heinz Field being so close, there is plenty of parking lot space for much of the season. The only issues arise when September rolls around. Occasionally, the Pirates will have a home game on the same day as the Pitt Panthers or the Steelers right down the road at Heinz Field. In that event, there is still usually plenty of parking in garages right on the other side of the Clemente Bridge, and prices are never too crazy.

As far as the inside of PNC Park goes, mobility will never be an issue. Wide walkways and low maximum attendance means that you will be able to walk around comfortably even during a sold out game.

Return on Investment    5

The cheap seats still provide a good view of the action and beautiful panoramas, and the expensive seats are well worth the cost. Going to a Pirates game is still the cheapest option in Pittsburgh for professional sports lovers, and when they have a good team, it is the best option. Not only is the park visually stunning, but the passionate fans and delicious food all combine to make PNC Park worth every penny.

Extras    5

Pittsburgh went above and beyond to make sure PNC Park had everything that makes the city so great. Everything about this park is uniquely Pittsburgh in terms of style. Whether you go to a Kids Day on Sundays or a Fireworks Night on the Allegheny River, there are constant promotions for Pirates games. Combine those with the Bucco Brigade and all of the references to this club's storied past, and it is impossible to leave unsatisfied.

Final Thoughts

I've been to plenty of professional baseball stadiums. PNC Park is the only one I've been to that has the fun of a AA game combined with the intensity of a Major League atmosphere. PNC Park is one of the premiere parks in the bigs, and with the Pirates finally fielding a quality team, it's no secret anymore.

As of the date of this post, the Pirates have lost 935 games since they moved into PNC Park, and the

As of the date of this post, the Pirates have lost 935 games since they moved into PNC Park, and their best season was a mere 75 wins in 2003. No ballpark this beautiful should have to endure losing like that. Unless something miraculous happens, 2010 will be the worst season since the early 1950's for the Pirates, and that's saying an awful lot.

by paul | Sep 09, 2010 06:34 AM

Under-rated a bit

Seems like you short changed them on the food and on the ROI. First, any place where you can get a Primanti Bros sandwich must score better than a 2! Overall, I feel like PNC Park is well worth the investment.

A couple of other cool things for a trip to PNC, th eoriginal home plate from Forbes Field and part of the left field (I think) wall are located on the campus of Pittsburgh, and is well worth the 10-15 minute side trip. Also, I love that the RF wall is 21 feet high in reverence of Roberto Clemente (who wore #21).

Granted, I've never been to PNC when it was a full crowd, so that may affect some of the scores, but I would think it would just add to the exuberance of a beautiful setting, and what to me is a near-perfect park...

by paul | Aug 27, 2011 12:52 PM

My take

"If you can go on a low attendance night......," that is pretty much all they have at PNC Park. I was surprised to see a sell-out.

I went there in 2001 for a Reds/Pirates game on Roberto Clemente Bobblehead Day. Outside the park I was able to get a free ticket for myself and then my friend. I then got another and another and so on, until I had about seven extra free tickets handed to me by fans with extra tickets,

Being the enterprising capitalist that I am I figured that I could sell the extra tickets for $5ea to fans that think you have to buy tickets and cover my food costs. I sold the first two and then a guy comes up to me with a Pirate retro jersey on and asks me how much for a ticket. I said it was five bucks and he pulls his jersey back to uncover a police badge hooked to his belt. He was an undercover policeman. He told me selling tickets was illegal, I about pooped in my pants. I asked him if I could just tear the remaining tickets up and turn away from my wicked, criminal ways, if he would let me off. He said yes, and I felt fortunate to hustle into PNC Park not wearing handcuffs.

That was the start of a fun day at PNC Park. Also I found free street parking, so it cost me zero.

by CigarBoy | Aug 27, 2011 01:07 PM

Food

The food is great, if they have it. But when you are out of all soda except Sierra Mist on the first day of a home stand that is just awful. It took me 2 innings to make my way down to the lower level for those pictures behind home plate. It would have taken another 1 1/2 innings to just get to the Pirmanti Bros stand, let alone make it all the way back to my seat. The place just isn't built for that many people. Even baseball writing gods like Posnanski said the same on twitter from his visit the week after mine.

by collegiatestdms | Aug 28, 2011 10:30 AM

C-stand service was horrible

I went to PNC in July to see the Reds play there, and was very disappointed in the service at the concession stands. i waited nearly two innings just to get something to drink. A local in line in front of me said the staffing is always at a a "low attendance" level, so when a big crowd unexpectedly turns out for the game, every stand is under-staffed. A reasonable explanation, but not a good excuse for poor service. Contingency plans should be in place to make sure nobody waits in line a long time. Beautiful park, but I won't go back any time soon.

by CBJRedsOSUfan | Oct 12, 2011 11:56 AM

Light Rail Access

A new light rail connection has been completed this spring, 2012. There are two stations now on the North Shore, one near PNC Park for the Pirates and the other next to Heinz Field.

With an agreement between the Steelers, the nearby casino, and other parties, the "T", as it is called, is a free ride both ways from the downtown station to both North Shore stations.

by mac | May 10, 2012 09:40 PM

Pirates vs. Reds

I went to the Reds vs. Pirates game this past September. The ballpark itself was surprisingly really cool! Everyone was very friendly, even to a group of guys all decked out in the opposing teams colors. I thought the entertainment value was great. It reminded me of the single A ball club Dayton Dragons, where the majority of fans are there for entertainment as well as the game..no offense Pirates fans. Food was great. I took Steven's advice and got the Crab Fries with cheese sauce (located behind section 130). They were awesome and it's definitely a snack for 2 or more! Access was amazingly simple thanks to the new subway line. While it's free to get on, be prepared to wait a bit as the system gets overwhelmed from the crowds. I suggest sitting on the home dugout side so you look out into the city. The visitor side has a straight shot of the scoreboard. Overall great experience and definitely will be back when the Reds are in town.

by Joepiechota | Oct 17, 2012 09:48 PM

Awesome

Is there a better view in baseball no. Absolutely no and anyone who tells you different is a liar. From the Pittsburgh skyline to the river to the Roberto Clemente bridge this park offers the most breathtaking vistas of the city it represents. The park is also small and cozy and almost has the feel of a minor league park. In terms of affordability you can get pretty close to the action without taking out a second mortgage and the food prices are still ballpark prices but nothing outragious. If you are hungry have the Primanti Brothers sandwich, I truly believe if God ate sandwiches he would eat these. PNC park is the best park I've been to by far and now that the Pirates are competitve again the crowds will no doubt be even more electric. When they made PNC I think they said let's take Camden Yard but add a cityscape behind it. Perfection!

by hudster | Aug 08, 2013 11:31 AM

perhaps my favorite ballpark

Of the ballparks I have been to, this visit resulted in one of my favorite experiences.

Summer day...low 70's, partly cloudy with low humidity...for a day game??....in the summer??....

This would have been a fantasy for someone (me) that grew up in Houston, Texas - even for the fall.

Although the Astrodome lent itself to a comfortable environment, and Minute Maid Park (the juice box) is pristine, the outdoor baseball game experience in non-"Houston weather" was something to remember.

The walk from the hotel on the river felt safe, and the atmosphere around the park with the restaurants was quite festive, not to mention the view of the skyline and the river!...

by mileo | Sep 11, 2013 08:51 AM

Atmosphere better

Now that the Pirates had a winning season last year, I think you can say that the fans are a lot more into games at PNC than in previous years. Also worth noting, Port Authority (or, to us Yinzers, PAT) light rail service (aka "The T") stops within a block of PNC Park and is within the fare free zone covering Downtown and the North Shore, which makes for a viable option if you're staying at a Downtown hotel... Though there's nothing like walking over the Clemente Bridge heading to or from a Pirates game.

by ctrabs0114 | Apr 23, 2014 11:29 PM

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Crowd Reviews

Pirates of PNC

Total Score: 3.57

  • Food & Beverage: 2
  • Atmosphere 5
  • Neighborhood: 3
  • Fans: 5
  • Access: 2
  • RoI: 3
  • Extras: 5

PNC has been the home of the Pittsburgh Pirates since 2001. The park holds 38,496 fans. The park is an absolute masterpiece, one of the best parks in America. But, will the FANFARE score reflect this once we look at various aspects of the fan experience?

Pittsburgh's Perfect PNC Park

Total Score: 4.29

  • Food & Beverage: 5
  • Atmosphere 4
  • Neighborhood: 5
  • Fans: 3
  • Access: 4
  • RoI: 5
  • Extras: 4

Pittsburgh's beautiful PNC Park receives accolades as being one of the best of the 21st century ballparks. There is no doubt that the Pirates did everything right. Location, scenery, and fitting tributes to the Pirates rich history are all done just right.

Unfortunately what's missing is the product and patrons. The Pirates completed their 17th consecutive losing season in 2009, and have not cracked the 70-win plateau since 2004. Despite its beauty, the lack of a contending team has left the stands relatively empty, and has deprived this treasure of the full appreciation that it richly deserves.

PNC Park

Total Score: 3.57

  • Food & Beverage: 4
  • Atmosphere 5
  • Neighborhood: 4
  • Fans: 2
  • Access: 3
  • RoI: 4
  • Extras: 3

PNC Park may be my favorite ballpark. There's something about seeing the downtown past the bleachers. If only they had a better team. One of the prettiest parks, but understandably the crowd is small. Imagining a full park in that setting just gets me excited.

The best place to see a game in ALL of the MLB

Total Score: 4.43

  • Food & Beverage: 5
  • Atmosphere 5
  • Neighborhood: 5
  • Fans: 4
  • Access: 3
  • RoI: 5
  • Extras: 4

PNC is absolutely my favorite ballpark. I'm not a local to Pittsburgh, and we make a trip to Pittsburgh at least every two years. The atmosphere is unmatched. The view of the river and downtown combined with the sheer beauty of the park make it beyond reproach. The food selections are vast. The diehard fans that show up do a great job of supporting their team. I'm not sure you can get better tickets for a better price. Tickets that would be in the $70s in my home park are in the $30s at PNC. Sunday's are great for the kids with the big street party with inflatable jumping things. Overall, a can't miss roadtrip!

Best In the Major Leagues

Total Score: 4.57

  • Food & Beverage: 4
  • Atmosphere 4
  • Neighborhood: 5
  • Fans: 5
  • Access: 4
  • RoI: 5
  • Extras: 5

I attended the Reds - Pirates, 3 game series the first of May. This was my first visit to PNC Park and I could not have been more satisfied. This is a beautiful park with an outstanding view of the Roberto Clemente Bridge and Downtown Pittsburgh. Our first night we sat in a field level box down the third baseline adjacent to the Pirates dugout. Excellent seats at a great price. For the Saturday Night game we opted for the club level. This gave us additional options as for food and beverages and we did not have to wait in line. Plus we had access to a full service bar pool tables and alive feed of the game. For the Sunday afternoon game we were once again in a field level box, 3-rows off the field on the first base side. Again we enjoyed excellent seats for a great price. Seriously I don't think there is a bad seat in this stadium. Each game of the series there were in excess of 20,000 fans in the stands with over 33,000 for the Saturday Night Game. The Pirates Fans showed that they can get excited when the team is playing well. If the Pirates ever find themselves in contention late in the season their fans will show up and be loud. Each night we parked in one of the parking garages across the river in downtown. We found that event parking was fairly reasonable at $10-$15, and enjoyed a short walk across the Roberto Clemente Bridge. The Pirates offer the most reasonable seating prices in the Major Leagues and their food and beverage prices are in line with other professional sports venues. It's a 5 and a half hour drive from my home on Virginia to Pittsburgh but we enjoyed the Pirates and PNC Park so much that we are Returning in August for another Series. All in all PNC Park and the Pirates offer great seat at a very reasonable price, give you a great variety of food and Beverage and everyone connected with the organization, including vendors, ticket takers and ushers make you feel welcome and they are really glad that you came. Best park in the Majors.

Best In the Major Leagues

Total Score: 4.43

  • Food & Beverage: 4
  • Atmosphere 5
  • Neighborhood: 4
  • Fans: 4
  • Access: 5
  • RoI: 5
  • Extras: 4

I attended the Reds - Pirates, 3 game series the first of May. This was my first visit to PNC Park and I could not have been more satisfied. This is a beautiful park with an outstanding view of the Roberto Clemente Bridge and Downtown Pittsburgh. Our first night we sat in a field level box down the third baseline adjacent to the Pirates dugout. Excellent seats at a great price. For the Saturday Night game we opted for the club level. This gave us additional options as for food and beverages and we did not have to wait in line. Plus we had access to a full service bar pool tables and alive feed of the game. For the Sunday afternoon game we were once again in a field level box, 3-rows off the field on the first base side. Again we enjoyed excellent seats for a great price. Seriously I don't think there is a bad seat in this stadium. Each game of the series there were in excess of 20,000 fans in the stands with over 33,000 for the Saturday Night Game. The Pirates Fans showed that they can get excited when the team is playing well. If the Pirates ever find themselves in contention late in the season their fans will show up and be loud. Each night we parked in one of the parking garages across the river in downtown. We found that event parking was fairly reasonable at $10-$15, and enjoyed a short walk across the Roberto Clemente Bridge. The Pirates offer the most reasonable seating prices in the Major Leagues and their food and beverage prices are in line with other professional sports venues. It's a 5 and a half hour drive from my home on Virginia to Pittsburgh but we enjoyed the Pirates and PNC Park so much that we are Returning in August for another Series. All in all PNC Park and the Pirates offer great seat at a very reasonable price, give you a great variety of food and Beverage and everyone connected with the organization, including vendors, ticket takers and ushers make you feel welcome and they are really glad that you came. Best park in the Majors.

Practically Perfect PNC Park

Total Score: 4.43

  • Food & Beverage: 5
  • Atmosphere 5
  • Neighborhood: 5
  • Fans: 4
  • Access: 3
  • RoI: 5
  • Extras: 4

Pittsburgh's beautiful PNC Park receives accolades as being one of the best of the 21st century ballparks. There is no doubt that the Pirates did everything right. Location, scenery, and fitting tributes to the Pirates rich history are all done just right. Unfortunately what's missing has been the product and patrons. The Pirates completed their 19th consecutive losing season in 2011. Despite its beauty, the lack of a contending team has left the stands relatively empty, and has deprived this treasure of the full appreciation that it richly deserves. If the Pirates can contribute a winning team, then this ballpark can be one of the best in baseball.

Beautiful Stadium

Total Score: 4.00

  • Food & Beverage: 4
  • Atmosphere 4
  • Neighborhood: 4
  • Fans: 4
  • Access: 4
  • RoI: 4
  • Extras: 4

PNC Park does so many things right. The view of the skyline, the food and the ballpark quirks are the best. I hope the Pirates somehow right the ship, the fans and ballpark deserve better.

PNC Park

Total Score: 4.14

  • Food & Beverage: 5
  • Atmosphere 3
  • Neighborhood: 3
  • Fans: 3
  • Access: 5
  • RoI: 5
  • Extras: 5

This park has the most beautiful skyline in all of professional sports. From the bright yellow Roberto Clemente bridge to the glass castle, the view is spectacular. The seats are angled perfectly offering great sightlines to the field. The statues are magnificent and even the batter's eye in centerfield is unique. Walking across the bridge to get to the ballpark is a great experience. The prices for tickets and concessions are very affordable. This ballpark is one of the best in baseball.

Raise the Jolly Roger

Total Score: 4.43

  • Food & Beverage: 5
  • Atmosphere 5
  • Neighborhood: 5
  • Fans: 3
  • Access: 4
  • RoI: 5
  • Extras: 4

Few teams in Major League Baseball have the history of the Pittsburgh Pirates. Few ballparks in Major League Baseball have appeal of PNC Park. No park in Major League Baseball has seen the lack of success that PNC Park has.

PNC Park is a funny sort of place. The Sports and Exhibition Authority of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County own it, along with Heinz Field and CONSOL Energy Center. Located on the North Shore of the Allegheny River with one of the most picturesque backdrops in all of Major League Baseball, PNC Park has quickly gained a reputation as one of the most beautiful ballparks in the entire league.

It must be something special, because the 11 years of Pirates baseball that have been played at PNC have been pretty bad. The Pirates have not seen the playoffs, or a season with a .500 record since 1992. In fact, the only other ballparks in the MLB not to have seen the playoffs (or at least housing a playoff team) are Target Field in Minnesota, Marlins Park in Miami, and Citi Field in New York, each of which are infants compared to PNC Park.

The question then arises, what makes this place so special, when the major tenant has been a disaster for 20 years? Step into PNC Park and you will quickly understand why it is one of the best parks in the Majors.

Best of the new parks !

Total Score: 4.57

  • Food & Beverage: 5
  • Atmosphere 4
  • Neighborhood: 5
  • Fans: 4
  • Access: 4
  • RoI: 5
  • Extras: 5

Having seen all 30 of the current ballpark in use, I believe that PNC is the best of the "new" ballparks (with AT&T just slightly behind). The setting is outstanding, the ballpark is intimate, and the concessions are top-notch. The atmosphere is a bit minor league-ish at times, but that is one of my only complaints. For my complete review, check out my site : http://ballparkreviews.com/template2.php?in_name=PNC%20Park&in_city=Pittsburgh&in_state=Pennsylvania

Awesome

Total Score: 4.00

  • Food & Beverage: 5
  • Atmosphere 5
  • Neighborhood: 3
  • Fans: 4
  • Access: 3
  • RoI: 4
  • Extras: 4

Small Park with the best views in baseball bar none. Great food and affordable seats as well.

Picturesque PNC and for 8 Hours

Total Score: 4.43

  • Food & Beverage: 3
  • Atmosphere 5
  • Neighborhood: 5
  • Fans: 4
  • Access: 4
  • RoI: 5
  • Extras: 5

I went back in late June of 13 to see the Pirates/Brewers. It was a memorable experience to say the least. After the 2nd inning, the heavens opened up in Pittsburgh and it was a torrential downpour for 2 hours. Thankfully the game was not called.

Then the PIrates and Brewers played for 15 innings with the Buccos winning.

The park, wow. Just amazing. The exterior structure was beautiful with the statues around it (the Mazeroski statue is probably the best statue I've seen). The seats were comfortable and no major sightline issues and you are very close to the action, even if you are on the upper level. The view of the park was the best scenic view I've been to at this point.

In terms of food, go to the actual Primanti Bros. place and not at the park. It wasn't bad, but the real one is way better. Prices were a little up compared to what I thought and even on MLB levels for things, but nothing insane.

Get there early and enjoy the atmosphere there, especially if you cross the Clemente Bridge.

Only major gripe is the concourses are very narrow and during the rain delay it felt like you were climbing across a ledge to avoid getting drenched. But if that is the worst thing about the park, then you can't go wrong.

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