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0 #2 Zack Hale 2013-08-22 02:57
Went to the Bengals-Cowboys game last season and even though it was a heartbreaking loss to America's overrated team, I loved the view we had.
Our seats didn't sit high up at all (row 12, seat 9) so even from the back rows, you can still only see your side of the sideline exceptionally well. But this is as good as it gets in the stadium if you don't mind sitting behind the visiting team's sideline. You will want to buy your seats in sections 109-111 if you want to be behind the Bengals sideline.
The club seats offer the most comfortable chairs and the best view possible and have virtually no wait for the restrooms/food lines. I've sat in the club area for two past Bengals games and if it's cold outside, you can warm up in the club area at halftime, it was nice.
The stadium food at Paul Brown is all brought to you by Aramark but it's very bland. Gold Star Chili may be the only stand that can introduce you to something new; it's a little taste of Cincinnati but I'm more of a Skyline Chili fan myself, Gold Star's rival.
I love that this place doesn't dawn a cheesy corporate name like all of the other stadiums like "Wal Mart Field" or "Fifth Third Bank Stadium" but I can't say there is anything special about it either. All of the seats are colored a plain green and there is virtually no memorabilia/signage in the concourses. It's basically just a huge slab of concrete that the Hamilton County taxpayers are still paying for.
I do love the new "Banks" area near the Reds stadium though, it has tons of new bars and restaurants which is just what the riverside area needed. Now Cincinnati just needs a light rail system.
0 #1 John M 2013-08-20 19:25
To give you an idea what the view of the field is like from section 139, here is a Youtube video shot from there before an Ohio State spring scrimmage at Paul Brown Stadium.

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