SunTrust Park will be the perfect marriage of classic ballpark feel, modern amenities and southern hospitality, creating a fan experience unlike any other. An intimate setting of 41,000 seats (20 percent smaller than Turner Field) will be designed to maximize sightlines, making every seat feel like the "best in the house." With the new ballpark, Braves fans will enjoy the best amenities in all of Major League Baseball, highlighted most in 4,000 premium seats in the SunTrust Club, Delta SKY360 Club and the Terrace Club, which are linked to the best seats in the building.
The Delta SKY360 Club, an 18,000 square foot hospitality club, will feature state-of-the-art technology layered with rich natural materials. Some key elements include dramatic walnut ceilings with custom fixtures and memorabilia displays. The club will offer an exceptional dining experience including two active display kitchens, a 30-foot long feature bar with marble slab top and a more casual sports bar that features two seven-foot by 20-foot LED video boards. Those seats will feature wide, high-back upholstered padded seats and include in-seat service with all-inclusive food, beer and wine and premium parking.
Right field of SunTrust Park will face the mixed-use development and plaza. At the cornerstone, a completely reimagined Chop House will be led by Coors Light. The iconic Chop House will be re-invented within SunTrust Park and will feature three levels, including two party decks and a new field level, which can be turned into a large group area directly behind right field. Totaling 10,000 square feet of hospitality space, the Chop House will include a full menu, a variety of beer choices and a burger restaurant concept space.
Delaware North Sportservice will be the food service provider for SunTrust Park. The partnership will start in 2016 at Turner Field and continue as the Braves open the 2017 season at SunTrust Park.