The Bleachers at Wrigley Field are legendary for being the place to party for Cubs games. Located behind the outfield wall, they offer the best chance at catching a home run ball in right and left field (center field shots are rare and most land in the protected batters eye area where no seating is available).
Exposed to the sun all day, bench-style seating with no backs, and a reputation for high alcohol consumption make this location a great atmosphere for rowdy fans and party goers - but one of the least desirable for bringing a family with young children.
The iconic scoreboard will be located behind you from these seats, making it a head-turning nightmare to view the scores from the rest of the league. New videoboards above both the left and right field walls are available, but are not the easiest to view either especially if you find yourself in center field.
Restroom and concession lines in the Bleachers are historically among the longest in Wrigley, causing many fans to prefer standing and socializing in the common areas behind the seats where you'll be closer to the food, beverage, and restrooms.
A few group seating options are also available in the bleachers, including the Bleacher Suite in center field, the Left Field Porch, and the Hornitos Hacienda. Group minimums are required for purchasing tickets in these areas, and are best acquired by contacting the Cubs ticket office directly.
For regular season games, bleacher seating at Wrigley Field is general admission (other than the group areas), so be sure to show up early to claim the best spots. For post-season action, seating is reserved. You don't have to fight the crowd and lines to secure the best seat. And best of all, you won't be at jeopardy of losing your seat if you head down for your third or fourth Old Style.