LOOOONG Lines

Peter Kahn

Saturday's exhibition was mostly a great experience--as described so eloquently in all of this morning's writeups. I took Metro from Vienna to Capital South. The walk down New Jersey Ave seemed quick and mostly pleasant. The trip home was also quick and easy. Only complaint ----the service at many of the concessions I saw seemed very slow. Long lines moving SLOOOWWWLLLYYY. You'd think with the prices being charged they would get those orders turned over faster.

By Peter Kahn  |  March 30, 2008; 1:00 PM ET  | Category:  Peter Kahn
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I didn't think the lines were too bad. The only real problem I saw Sat. was for the coffee carts. They couldn't brew coffee at the station, so they had to get it from another level. You could still get lattes and other drinks though. Just no brewed coffee.

Posted by: JMo405 | March 31, 2008 10:34 AM

Shouldn't there be more LCD screens showing the game so that people on the long concession lines can follow the game? I spent a couple innings on line on Saturday night and lost track of what was going on in the game because there were no nearby screens and the sightlines into the field area didn't have any view of useful scoreboards.

Posted by: sbklein | March 31, 2008 1:54 PM

This guy is an ugly MoFo. Do you have to post his picture?

Posted by: Fsalig | March 31, 2008 2:15 PM

"Shouldn't there be more LCD screens showing the game so that people on the long concession lines can follow the game?"

I thought the same thing on Saturday. I saw a lot of placards indicating where TVs would be placed, but they all gave enhanced TV viewing to people ALREADY SEATED watching the game. For folks up on the concourse and in line, I didn't see many placards at all.

Posted by: Scott Watson | March 31, 2008 3:05 PM

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