From ivy clinging to the outfield wall to the manually-operated scoreboard, Wrigley Field is the real deal. There isn't a bad spot in the intimate, 40,000-seat house, save for a few behind the supporting beams. Standard hot dogs, nachos, pretzels, peanuts and brats can be found at vendors sprinkled throughout the stadium. If you're looking for unconventional baseball fare, try one of the specialty stands or the resident sports bar, Sheffield Grill.
The usually rowdy crowd keeps Wrigley lively with sacred traditions like throwing the opposing team's home run balls back onto the field and traditional outfield chants. Although the Cubs haven't reached a World Series since 1945, the loyal fans pack the place even in September.