| Join your fellow alumni at Eighteen/76, a rooftop viewing area with lawn chairs and bleacher seating in left field that offers a panoramic view of the action. (The name alludes to the year the Cubs joined the National League and the year Budweiser, a sponsor, debuted.) The new park was designed to replicate Wrigley; with similar light standards, a cantilever roof, and brick facing behind home plate. Among the Cubs Park's amenities are a Kids Zone providing fun activities beyond the center field wall, a club for fans beyond the right field wall, and food trucks offering unique Arizona cuisine. (The new park's concessions are said to be a mix of the southwest and Wrigley, guaranteed to remind you of Chicago.) They even have a smaller version of the Wrigley Field marquee for fans to flash names and personalized messages!
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