This section is for the die-hard Gang Green fans, where the cheers are the loudest and the passions run highest. Land a Jets Boarding Pass that puts you in the 300-section and get ready for a ride into the heart of football fandom. And luckily for you, this happens to be where the Jets team up with partners to do whole row giveaways every Sunday. That means that your Boarding Pass could become a ticket to free swag while you’re watching Quincy Enunwa leave some corner sprawled out like a fool on a double move seam route.
The 300-Level also happens to be home to some of MetLife Stadium’s best food options, including an unbelievably delicious meatball sub from Nonna Fusco Kitchen. This is not your typical stadium grub; the meatballs are a handmade combination of beef, pork, veal, parmesan, and basil based on chef Eric Borgia’s grandmother’s recipe. Let’s hope she liked to cook for his friends, because she’s now feeding the states of New York and New Jersey. Score a ticket up here one Sunday and you’ll feel like you’re back in grandma’s kitchen for supper.
Savvy veterans of the 300-Level know the move here is grabbing a Muhammad Wilkerson-sized burrito from Tacos Roqueros just before the second half kicks. Its hearty serving of rice, beans, beef, and salsa will keep you full until the final whistle blows.
Word to the wise (and the beer drinker): Last call is at the end of halftime, so plan your bathroom breaks accordingly. That being said there are 1,350 total restroom facilities here so hustling back to your seat should never be a problem, no matter where your Jets Boarding Pass has you sitting.
As you can see, you’ve got options in your seating -- all of them with a payoff in both the viewing experience and your culinary options. But no matter what level you call home on your next Jets game, contribute to its field advantage: Cheer as loud as you can for the J-E-T-S JETS! JETS! JETS!