Rogers Centre, no beer for me!
The Rogers Centre is where the Blue Jays of Major League Baseball play their home games and as far as sports arenas go, it is very impressive......but mark my words here if you like to drink alcohol while watching sports.
Previously known as the Skydome, the ball park has only been in use for about twenty years. The main feature of the park that most people find neat, is that the roof can retract or close as dicated by weather. When it is open, most seats will have a nice view of the CN Tower which jets high into the sky nearby.
If you attend an event at the Rogers Centre and you intend to purchase alcohol, be sure to bring not just identification, but a passport. When I went to buy a beverage, despite being 31 years old and having some white hair, I was asked for identification. After producing an out-of-province driver's liscense, my 'application' for a $10 beer was declined on the basis that it could be fraudulent.
If you look younger than 35, getting beer here will require burdens of proof similar to boarding a plane and crossing a border. My complaint email to their customer experience email address went unreturned. [more]
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