I know, it’s a pain to get to. Now that that’s out of the way, I love AT&T Park anyway. I’m not the world’s biggest baseball fan, I follow the A’s more than The Giants, but if you’re a Giants fan, you’re incredibly lucky. AT&T Park feels like it’s an integral part of the city. It feels like it belongs where it is. The staff is incredibly friendly, the food selections are vast and interesting. I had the garlic fries and a Chicago style hot dog. It’s been a while since I had a dog in Chicago, but this tasted like the real thing! Plus, all the toppings came on it. When I go to a sports or concert venue and have to put on my own toppings, I roll my eyes. It’s a family friendly place, they have huge slides for kids and an area where they can hit a baseball and run the bases in what feels like a real stadium. The prices are the only drawback, but I always expect to pay a lot more for anything in San Francisco!
If memory serves me, this beer was $14.50! I was expecting to pay high prices, but honestly thought I was hearing things when the cashier said, “14.50 please.”
I think this one was $13.50…I had to stop after this so I could pay the rent.
But check out this view! Right on the water! Goes without saying, bring a winter coat for night games!