AT&T Park is one of the nicest, with amazing views from the upper deck of the bay and the bridge. It also has some of the best and most versatile food and beer. The worlds largest baseball glove is just behind left field and there is a Coca-cola giant bottle slide behind the outfield wall. Take a walk and look at the bay and a piece of history over the right field wall where countless home runs have sailed.
A nice thing about this park that you can't always find anymore is the ability to exit and re-enter, just make sure to get your hand stamped before you leave.
Food and Drink:
Named one of the most vegetarian friendly ballparks offering garden burgers, vegetarian sushi, portobello-mushroom sandwiches, vegetable burritos and tamales, and more. Check out any Derby Grill for veggie dogs, and Say Hey! Sausage Specialties also has terrific veggie dogs as well as some great meat-filled dogs too. For Hebrew National Hot Dogs head to Section 112 - you can get them Chicago, Coney Island, or San Francisco style.
One must-try item at AT&T is Gilroy Garlic Fries - there's more than a few stands around, and you won't be sorry. Your breath may not be the best after eating them, but it'll be worth it. The best concentration of top-notch San Francisco concessions are on the Promenade Level in Center Field, so swing by and take your pick. We like Crazy Crab'z for a sourdough crab sandwich and Orlando's Caribbean BBQ for their Cha-Cha Bowl and a Tecate Beer.
Many of the stand alone beer carts will have options like Anchor Steam and Sierra Nevada. The best concentration of good beer will be on the Promenade (lower) level behind sections 112 and 119. You could grab a Mirror Pond or a Prohibition - hard to find these beers elsewhere.
On the main concourse level you'll find a handful of decent brews behind the scoreboard in both the hotdog windows and stand alone beer carts. Murph's Irish Pub (one on each level) serves up Harp, Guinness, and Smithwick's on draft along with some decent pub fare like Fish and Chips and Irish Nachos.
New to 2012: a new Anchor Brewing Bar has been added behind the center field scoreboard.
Wi-Fi: The entire stadium is Wi-Fi accessible so link your mobile device to the Giant’s Wi-Fi line to get the most out of Fanzooloo.
One of the nicest newer parks. Free wifi throughout stadium. Check out cha cha bowl in outfield my favorite!
Seriosuly, it's by farthe nicest I've ever been to, and i've been to a dozen or so ballparks. Pre-game go to Public House. Great beer and you can bring inside the park through a special entrance
Awesome ballpark. One of the best.
2010 World Series Champs! Go San Fran!
The Ballpark and Neighborhood:
In the heart of San Francisco, AT&T Park is one of our favorites. There are no bad seats, and the views are stunning.
Before the game, you may want to stop by the Public House Beer Bar which is located right at the park. You can order a "to go cup" from the pub and bring it into the park and there's an entrance to the park directly inside the pub. They serve up unique brews like Duvelm Allagash, and Firestone Walker.
There are plenty of other places to grab food and drink that are within a 15 minute walk to the park. Check out our food and drink icons on the "Before & After the Game" map.
Try to avoid making the same mistake we did by waiting last minute to find a place to park. Stadium parking is expensive, and you can get caught after the game waiting an hour or more to get out of the garage. We even found lots a mile away that were still more than $20. Check our exterior map for some direct links where you can buy a spot online and in most cases right from your mobile phone with an e-ticket.
The Townsend Garage is one of the closest, and sometimes it's over $10 more than the AT&T Park lots, yet other times it's $10 less, so just check the Parkwhiz links on our "Before & After the Game" map for the particular day you're going. If you park at Pier 30 (icon also on our map) - there is a free shuttle that will take you to and from the park. Other lots which can be up to 2 miles away are available for online purchase at half the price, and if you don't mind the walk, you'll also most likely not be stuck in a line of cars post-game with one of these lots. And then be on the look out for some of our recommended bars and restaurants and you can just bar-hop you're way to AT&T Park.
You can easily take BART. Get off at Embarcadero station and walk south along the water and you'll hit the ballpark. Our recommended way to get there. Or take the T - the MUNI streetcar that drops you off right in front.
Or take the bus. MUNI bus lines 10,30,45, and 47 all stop within walking distance.
Or there are always plenty of taxis but they can be pricey with all the post-game traffic.
Be sure to also read our "Info Inside the Stadium" section for some great things inside the park.
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