It’s no surprise that in a city famous for food, the San Francisco Giants’ home arena, AT&T Park, is well-known for having great concession stands. You may find yourself coming to eat and staying for the game.
If you’re not a foodie, no worries, there are plenty of concession stands throughout the park selling the kind of food that goes hand-in-mitt with baseball. Doggie Diner, a true San Francisco treat, serves up fresh hot franks, bratwurst and signature Giants Dog. Other concession stands serve ballpark basics such as nachos, peanuts, popcorn and pizza. If you’re looking for something a little more exotic, try Gilroy Garlic Fries. The stand delivers just that, French fries coated with garlic and herbs.
For those who want to enjoy a good meal along with the game, there are plenty of choices at AT&T Park. John McGraw Derby Grill and California Cookout serve up grilled offerings such as hamburgers and chicken sandwiches, and King Street Carvery serves carved turkey and pulled pork sandwiches. You can also try Orlando’s with their tri-tip sandwiches and famous Cha Cha Bowl with beans, rice and meat, Crazy Crab Wharf with its grilled sourdough crab sandwiches, and Murph’s Irish Pub, which serves up fish and chips as well as Harp and Guiness.
This being San Francisco, with its close proximity to California’s famous Napa Valley, AT&T Park has wine carts serving a nice variety of California wines. The 21-and-over crowd can also find adult beverages at the Cable Car Bars, which serve cocktails and margaritas, along with Irish coffee, a big hit on those cold nights so common in the city by the bay.
Coffee carts are also available throughout the park and serve hot chocolate as well as coffee drinks. If you’re looking for dessert for the kids or yourself, consider the cotton candy and snow cone carts.