- Fan Deck: A panoramic view of the playing field on the two-tiered Fan Deck atop the center field concession stands. Fan Deck includes catered food and beverage service consisting of chicken sandwiches, hot dogs, hamburgers, potato chips, popcorn, beer, soda, and water. Fan deck can accommodate around 150 people.
- Bullpen Sports Bar: A two-tiered, open-air section located in right field next to the visitor's bullpen with food and drinks.
- Rain Room: A place where fans can cool off during hot game days. Near section 107 & 537.
- Fundamentals Deck: Located in left field. This 15,000-square-foot (1,400 m2) Fundamentals area is devoted to young White Sox fans, providing them with the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of baseball. It features a youth-sized whiffle ball diamond for coaching clinics, batting and pitching cages, batting "swing" boxes for proper batting techniques and areas for base running and skills instruction.
- Speed Pitch Machines: Near Section 164 and in the Fundamentals Deck.
- Custom T-Shirt Shop: The Custom T-Shirt Shop stocks various White Sox items from t-shirts and hooded sweatshirts to memorabilia and souvenirs. Customers have their choice of design, size and item to customize and make your own, printed while you wait. Located at sections 123 and 542.
- New ERA Cap Corner: Baseball caps of all colors, styles and sizes in a wide variety of team logos. Near Section 157.
- Chicagoland Plumbing Council Shower: A carry-over from old Comiskey Park where fans can cool off during hot gamedays. Near Section 160.
- Scout Seats: Located directly behind home plate and contains 314 leather seats. Scout seats offers ticket holders behind-the-scenes access to the ballpark and the world-class amenities for one-inclusive price.
- The Patio: Located just behind the right center field fence at field level. The patio serves for group outings such as the Bullpen Sports Bar and can accommodate from 50 to 100 people.
- Diamond Suites: Accommodates 20 to 60 people. Diamond Suite menus include pan-seared chicken with roasted potatoes, roast beef and turkey sandwiches, mixed green salad, hot dogs, dry roasted peanuts, a fresh fruit assortment, beer and soft drinks.
- Extra Base/Upper Terrace Suite: Accommodates from 70 to 400 people in either of the White Sox party rooms. Both areas offer climate-controlled interior space with banquet-style seating, flat-screen televisions, private restrooms, and an outside seating area.
- Gold Coast Tickets Club: Located behind home plate. Features include a restaurant buffet, open bar, open air seating in padded, extra-wide 22" seats, private restrooms, flat-screen televisions throughout the club and seating area, private elevator entrance behind home plate at Gate 4, early admittance into the ballpark for select games to watch White Sox batting practice from the outfield.
- The Stadium Club: A fine dining restaurant located in right field.
- Minnie Miñoso Sculpture: Located behind Section 164.
- Carlton Fisk Sculpture: Located behind Section 164.
- Charles Comiskey Sculpture: Located behind Section 100.
- Luis Aparicio Sculpture: Located behind Section 100.
- Nellie Fox Sculpture: Located behind Section 100.
- Billy Pierce Sculpture: Located behind Section 164.
- Harold Baines Sculpture: Located behind Section 105.
- Frank Thomas Sculpture: Located behind Section 160.
- Jim Thome Plaque: Located on the center field fan deck. The description of the plaque reads "On June 4, 2008, Chicago White Sox slugger Jim Thome became the first player ever to hit a baseball onto the Fan Deck of U.S. Cellular Field as the Sox beat the Kansas City Royals. He duplicated the tape-measure feat on September 30, 2008 as the White Sox beat the Minnesota Twins, 1-0, in a one-game playoff to win the American League Central Division championship."
- The Two Blue Seats: The seats where Paul Konerko's Grand Slam (left field in section 159) and Scott Podsednik's game-winning home run (right center first row in section 101) that landed in game two of the 2005 World Series are the same original blue seats in use at that game.
- White Sox Champions Brick Plaza: Located at the main entrance to the park, (Gate 4). The plaza is dedicated to the 2005 World Series Champion White Sox and their fans. Each legacy brick is inscribed with a personalized message that has become part of a new baseball diamond-shaped plaza outside the main entrance to the ballpark. A life-sized white bronze and granite sculpture celebrating the 2005 White Sox World Series Championship that stands at the center of the plaza, with a historical timeline of the franchise along the diamond's base paths. The statue weighs over 25 tons.
- Old Comiskey Park's home plate: Located just north of the park by Gate 5 in Lot B.
- "Bacardi At The Park": A multi-level restaurant and bar located inside of Gate 5. The establishment features both indoor and outdoor seating and a wide variety of food, drinks, and entertainment.
- Chicago Sports Depot: A Chicago White Sox, Bears, Blackhawks, Bulls, and Cubs merchandise store located next to Bacardi At The Park at Gate 5.
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