No Meat? No Problem

Fourth place isn’t usually something to be proud of for baseball, but we think the New York Mets will take this one. Earlier this week, Citi Field was named the fourth-best spot for vegetarian-friendly food out of all 30 baseball stadiums in the nation. According to PETA, who released the lineup, Citi Field has a […]

Mets Doc Needs Funding

The 1986 World Series Champion New York Mets could be coming to the big screen with your help. Heather Quinlan, a long time Mets fan, has started a Kickstarter campaign to fund a movie about the 1986 New York Mets run to its World Series championship. That year’s team featured a cast of characters, including […]

50 Cent Is Bringing Backup To Citi Field

The New York Mets announced that 50 Cent will be joined by the rest of G-Unit for his post-game concert on Saturday, June 14. Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, Young Buck, Kidd Kidd and other special guests may be serving as reinforcements to protect 50 from any verbal insults that get tossed in his direction for […]

Corfu Grill Up For Citi Field Contest

BY JOE MARVILLI Staff Writer A local favorite is in the running to have its own concession stand at Citi Field. Corfu Grill is one of three restaurants nominated for the Citi Small Business Call Ups program, which will present a City restaurant with the chance to highlight its food during the second half of […]

Mets Make Kid’s Dream Come True

Mets Make Kid’s Dream Come True

In addition to meeting Wright, Robbie also shook hands with Curtis Granderson (left). BY LUIS GRONDA Staff Writer Robbie Twible got to meet his favorite baseball player. Robbie, a 12-year-old boy suffering from Epidermolysis Bullosa, achieved one of his dreams last week, walking on Citi Field and meeting New York Mets third baseman David Wright. […]

Take Me Out To The Ballgame: New York Mets

BY LUIS GRONDA Staff Writer Although Thursday is the final day of the Subway Series, going to see America’s pastime in person is always one of the best activities to do during the summer. The New York Mets still have 62 home games remaining in the season as of press time, offering plenty of opportunities […]

A Train About Nothing

Everywhere you turn nowadays; it seems that nostalgia is in the air for the 1990s. The MTA may be taking it a step too far though. Starting on May 12, the 7 train has been transformed inside and out to replicate Monk’s Café Restaurant from “Seinfeld.” The famed location, where the gang of Jerry, Elaine, […]

No Mets Love In Queens

A recently-published interactive fan map, put together by Facebook and the New York Times, has us here at QConf wondering one thing – where the Mets fans at? According to the Times study, the Yankees dominated in fandom against their New York counterparts, the Mets. The map, which used data from Facebook profiles all over […]

Party Like It’s 1964

This weekend, New York Mets fans will receive a blast from the past, at least in terms of ticket prices. In honor of the 50th anniversary of the Mets’ previous home, Shea Stadium, the team will roll back the cost of select seats to their 1964 prices. This promotional offer will take place during a […]

Spartan Race Comes To Flushing

BY LUIS GRONDA Staff Writer They came, they saw and they conquered Citi Field. The stadium typically home to the New York Mets was turned into a battleground for a test of people’s will last weekend, as about 8,500 people participated in the Spartan Race, an annual obstacle race held throughout the country. This year’s […]