Cheer on the White Sox, Have the Time of Your Life
There are 27 White Sox games scheduled for the month of August, and 18 of them will be played at the illustrious U.S. Cellular Field in Chicago, providing plenty of opportunity for fans to head out and support the home team.
Whether you’ve bought tickets for a night, afternoon or weekend game, you deserve to have the best time ever. If you’ve arranged for your friends and family to come along, you might have to do a little extra planning to make sure everyone has a good time. But have no fear! We’ve created our own little guide below to help you do just that.
Getting to U.S. Cellular Field
Traveling with a group presents more challenges than traveling alone or with a couple of friends; when you commit to taking several different vehicles, you detract from the feeling of unity and group fun that traveling together provides.
Additionally, multiple vehicles can lead to one or more groups getting lost and arriving late to the stadium; when you’ve paid for tickets to see your favorite team, missing part of the game because you got lost is a recipe for a terrible experience.
Remedy your group transportation issues by booking a car service with a company that offers a diverse fleet.
OML Worldwide, who has served the entire Chicago area with top-tier car service for over 50 years, offers a fleet that can accommodate groups of all sizes:
> Stretch Lincoln Limousine: Seats up to 8 passengers, with an unstocked dry bar, a partition, a state-of-the-art sound system, 2 televisions with a DVD player, and more.
> Sprinter Van: Seats up to 14 passengers, with leather seating, tinted windows, a state-of-the-art sound system and more.
> Deluxe Mini Coach: Seats up to 21 passengers and offers amenities like a PA system, a flat-screen television and a DVD player.
Each of these vehicles offers diverse amenities, and above all, allows you to travel safely with your group to and from U.S. Cellular Field. No one will be saddled with the responsibility of driving, and your chauffeur will handle each step of getting you to and from the Field efficiently.
You also won’t have to worry about parking far away and walking to the doors; your chauffeur will drop you off and pick you up at your leisure.
Eating Near U.S. Cellular Field
Finding a spot to eat, whether it’s before or after the game, is easy near U.S. Cellular Field. There is a nearly endless array of restaurants and pubs to choose from, and there’s a genre for every palate. Here are a few of our favorite spots within a short distance of the field to keep everyone happy.
> Mitchell’s Tap: If you’re looking for a beer selection, Mitchell’s is the place to go. With dozens and dozens of beers, both in the bottle and on tap, are available for decent prices. If you’re hungry, you can choose from their pub menu which features items like pizza, burgers and chili.
> 35th Street Red Hots (Bridgeport): The menu is short and accessible, featuring a variety of hot dogs, Polish sausages and sides; if you’re looking for affordable, this spot is gold.
> Hugo’s Frog Bar and Fish House: If you’re in the mood for something more upscale after the game, Hugo’s is in close vicinity to the Field and offers a variety of top-tier seafood and appetizers. You can also enjoy the options on their extensive wine list.
We hope your White Sox experience is everything you want it to be. Call OML Worldwide today to schedule your group’s transportation for this great Chicago experience.
Photo Credit: David Wilson
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