Tailgate Brunch Tomorrow

by Darren Meenan September 18, 2015 0 Comments

Join us tomorrow at Citi Field before the Mets tangle with the Yanks. The brunch will be for all those sitting with The 7 Line Army. Wear your "Beat the Bronx" shirt so we know you're in. If you're not sitting with us, you are still encouraged to come hang. The food is the only exclusive part. 

The lot should be SLAMMED tomorrow so if you want to secure your spot, be there early. Look for the Pig Guy NYC crew setting up and a bunch of blue t-shirts. We'll be set up closer towards the train boardwalk on the east side of the parking lot. 

The parking lot is located on Roosevelt Avenue directly across from Citi’s rotunda entrance and west of the train boardwalk. Look for a sea of blue shirts. Ya really can’t miss us.

The delicious food options from Pig Guy NYC will be first come first serve. We can’t fill everyone, but we’ll try our best. We encourage you to also bring drinks, set up a grill and party with hundreds of other die hard Mets fans. The tailgate party is a great way to meet new T7LA members. It’s fun. Definitely try to swing by.

PLEASE CLEAN UP AFTER YOURSELVES. THE PARKING LOT STAFF IS VERY NICE TO US. LET’S NOT MAKE THEIR JOBS ANY HARDER THAN THEY NEED TO BE.

Gates open at 9am. Brunch at 11am. Group photo at Noon. Head in to the seats by the National Anthem. 

UNITED WE CHEER!




Darren Meenan
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