Get to the ballpark on Saturday 4/14 to hang before heading in to the game vs the Brewers! The Mets are off to a hot start, and we're looking forward to some nice weather. This is our first weekend tailgate party of the year. Be a part of it!
If you're new to the group you're highly encouraged to hit the tailgate party. DIVE RIGHT IN. Introduce yourself and get the camaraderie started before we even get to the seats.
We'll be set up at our normal spot just past the train station boardwalk. The MTA "Southfield Lot" is located on Roosevelt Avenue just next to the steps to the 7 train. Great location and a super convenient walk to the Rotunda gate. Check the below map if you're not in the know.
If you don't feel like lugging your own supplies, we have a chef in the crew! Kass puts out a serious spread, and the suggested donation is just $10. Chip in if you wanna get down. Opening Day was wild, and he's got an even heftier menu on deck for game #2.
Thanks to everyone that contributed already to this Saturdays tailgate party! My venmo is @Anthony-Kass if you wanna chip in. The MENU:— Anthony Kass (@AnthonyKass013) April 9, 2018
Hot n sweet sausage
Spaghetti w Cauliflower
Ribs n wings
TIP: SHOW UP EARLY TO GRAB A SPOT. GATES USUALLY OPEN ABOUT 4 HOURS BEFORE THE GAME.
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Our season ticket members will be rocking their 2018 jerseys. If you're joining us just for the day, you'll be able to snag your shirsey once you get in to the ballpark. If you're interested, we do have some of the replica jerseys left. They'll be at our kiosk in S-2XL while supplies last.
Even if you're not sitting with us, you're welcome to come by. More the merrier, so tell your friends. You're encouraged to bring your own grills, drinks, snacks... but make sure you CLEAN UP after yourselves. Nobody likes a mooch, so please don't go rummaging through coolers that don't belong to you. If you're feeling generous and you'd like to share, that's totally your call. Come prepared.
Even if you're shy, try to say hi. We're all friendly.
The game is at 7:10pm, so prepare to head in around 6:30 so we're settled in our seats in time for the National Anthem.
Not only did it seal the victory, Yoenis Céspedes' monster grand slam taught Mets fans a lesson worth remembering this season: Don't panic over a couple of losses. Not with this team.