The Big Cat Food Court is near the main entrance and offers a wide variety of food choices including fresh squeezed lemonade, elephant ears, ice cream, French fries, handmade pretzels, deli sandwiches, gyros, frozen daiquiris and coney and Chicago style hot dogs.
Comerica Park AttractionsCheck out all the fun the ballpark has to offer
Typical ballparks have a point of sale (register) for every 200 fans; Comerica Park abbreviates the wait with one point of sale for every 125 fans. Among the features are the "Brushfire Grill" barbecue area behind third base and the Big Cat Court food area behind first base, with a wide range of snacks, sandwiches, frozen treats, and other great munchies.
Comerica Park is a cashless venue.
An ornate carousel, featuring 30 hand-painted tigers and two chariots, is located at the base of the food court behind the first base area. The ride is fully wheelchair-accessible.
There are five Tigers merchandise stores in Comerica Park. Official Tigers souvenirs and media guides are available during all home games.
Located off Montcalm Street, this is a private area reserved for members of the Motor City Casino Hotel Tiger Club. It features a private bar and private dining. The Den Lounge is accessible off the main concourse near section 131. The Lounge is also available for rental or private parties.
This modern tavern offers a wide selection of local and international beers, a tavern-style menu, an impressive 70 foot bar and dozens of heavy wooden picnic tables.
This open air picnic area offers fresh grilled ballpark favorites. The Brushfire Grill also features a soothing fountain with a giant floating baseball upon cascades of clear blue water.
Located on the third base side of the Park in the Brushfire Grill, this 50-foot Ferris wheel features cars shaped like baseballs that can seat up to five passengers and is wheelchair accessible.
The Tigers celebrate six of their all-time great players with a series of unique statues located along the left centerfield wall. The statues are cast in stainless steel and capture the essence of some of the greatest Tigers in action--Ty Cobb, Charlie Gehringer, Hank Greenberg, Willie Horton, Al Kaline and Hal Newhouser. Each is perched atop a granite pedestal and reaches about 13 feet in height.
The centerfield wall features a fountain that produces a stunning "liquid fireworks" display. It is synchronized to music and changing lights and is used to celebrate home runs and other in-game moments.
All through the main concourse, guests can enjoy the Tigers "Walk of Fame," a historical display that envelops the circumference of the lower level. Historical elements celebrating the Tigers rich history from the 1800s to the present take guests on a trip through time, punctuated by six large "decade bats" that denote each era in Tigers baseball with artifacts, photos and display cases.
Membership only club accessed by the Motor City Casino Hotel Tiger Club entrance at the corner of Witherell and Elizabeth Streets. The Club is open on all game days serving a full buffet with a view of the playing field. The Club is also available for rentals and private parties.
The Upper Deck Lounge features a bar, separate seating area and restroom facilities. The Upper Deck Lounge is located at section 330 on the upper concourse. It is air conditioned, heated and open to the public.