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AT&T Park

Baseball Stadium
South Beach, San Francisco
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  • Paulo S.
    Paulo SantosAugust 13, 2014
    Come and try the San Francsico Dog (all beef hotdog inside a sourdough bun with stoneground mustard) but you can find a greater variety of food all of the park. making more than one trip is mandatory.
  • Fodor's Travel
    Fodor's TravelJanuary 29
    The 2014 World Series-winning San Francisco Giants play at AT&T Park, one of the prettiest ballparks with its spectacular views of the bay. Tickets aren’t cheap, but you can catch some standing room. Read more
  • Mark
    MarkApril 2, 2012
    Buy tickets in the upper deck around the infield for a great view of the game and the SF Bay. For food, order the Super Dog (top notch ballpark hot dog), and obviously get the garlic fries too.
    Upvoted 4 weeks ago
  • Andrew C.
    Bleacher seats have a great view and are cheap!!! It's so cool to see uniqueness of foods, views, people, things to do, etc when visiting many different ballparks!
  • Staff Picks
    Staff PicksJuly 1, 2014
    Baseball isn't the only thing to see at AT&T Park. Take a stroll after work through the new edible garden with a bar as well as tables, benches, and fire pits for you to sit and enjoy your snack. Read more
    Upvoted 2 weeks ago
  • Jeremy P.
    Most picturesque stadium in baseball. As much as I prefer nice seats, the upper deck on the first base line is fun because you can see the cove and the action.
  • peteg
    petegAugust 1, 2014
    Crab Sandwiches, always and forever! Cheapest beer in the place; the cans of Tecate at Orlando's in centerfield or the Mexican place behind home plate on the View Reserve level. $9 for a full 16 ozs
  • Roy S.
    Roy ScopazziSeptember 12, 2014
    The premiere baseball park in California. Great food, great team, great atmosphere. Don't forget to get a cha-cha bowl, an ice cream sundae and of course, garlic fries. Tip: Get tickets on stubhub.
  • Abby C.
    Abby CJuly 1, 2015
    Very fun! The baseball game turns into an event for the whole family here. Many interactive things such as baseball cards and first game certificates available. The burger at Original Joes is great.
  • Anthony Y.
    Anthony YouhasJune 8, 2015
    Love the sourdough bread bowl with chili (or chowder) from Boudin's. Best culinary deal in the ballpark. Available in the Lower Box (sections 108 & 127) and on the View Level (section 314).
  • Brad D.
    Brad DAugust 16, 2015
    Get some standing room tickets and go to CF, at the Coors Light bar. Great spot to catch the game. Note, the seat I am sitting in though requires a ticket.
  • Andrea
    AndreaAugust 10, 2013
    Great food: cha cha bowl, garlic fries and hot dogs are all great! If you have kids, be sure to take them to the slide (inside the coke bottle) and the mini baseball field to hit a few!
  • Kevin R.
    Kevin RickertJuly 18, 2015
    Gilroy Garlic Fries. This is a wonderful stadium, definitely going to be in several Top 5 Lists no matter where you look. If you're coming in from out of town, do a day game.
  • Cooper S.
    Cooper SmithAugust 16, 2011
    Opt for the standing room only tickets in the OF (there's still bleachers for you to sit down in) and alternate between watching great baseball and looking behind you at the awesome views of the Bay
  • Mark B.
    Mark BrennemanSeptember 28, 2014
    Go to public house next door for some of the best beer selection in SF. Ask for it "to go" and bring it into the game. Cheaper and better than the beer you get in the park
  • Eater
    EaterJuly 11, 2012
    Top Dining Options: Public House and Mijita are both in the Willie Mays Plaza; Crazy Crab’z at Center Field; Orlando’s Caribbean BBQ on Promenade and View Level; Farmer’s Market Cart on Club Level. Read more
  • Alex O.
    Alex OsorioApril 26
    Sit in the center field bleachers, the crowd is more authentic and you get easy access to the crab rolls(upstairs) and pizza(downstairs) in the food area behind the bleachers.
  • Edward H.
    Edward HomickAugust 3, 2012
    Not too many people know this, but you can go see the games here for free! There's a free area behind right field where you can watch the game, better view than the upper decks (that people pay for!)
  • Ray L.
    Ray LinSeptember 16, 2014
    The best park in America. No bad seat in the house. Breathe in the garlic fries and listen for the foghorn. For Me This Is Heaven
  • Brian I.
    Brian IbarraSeptember 2, 2014
    Even the nose bleeds offer a great view of the game. Allowed to bring in drinks & snacks but if you must buy food get the pulled pork nachoes.
  • HISTORY
    HISTORYMarch 29, 2010
    This ballpark has been home to the San Francisco Giants since it opened in 2000. Barry Bonds passed Babe Ruth on the all-time list when he hit his 715th home run here on May 28th, 2006.
  • Brian S.
    Brian StraussAugust 18
    The Ghirardelli ice cream stand serves amazing sundaes. Get the superb chocolate ice cream. Skip the "half pound bratwurst" the bun can't stand up to the strength of the dog.
  • Exploratorium
    ExploratoriumNovember 1, 2011
    Stand by the Giant Glove, and watch a batter hit the ball. It will take about 0.44 s for the sound to reach your ears, but it takes the light from the batter only 0.0000007 s to reach your eye! Read more
  • Helen Z.
    Helen ZhangJuly 23, 2011
    Garlic fries and hot dogs are always good, but check out the huge variety of food located in the arcade behind the jumbotron. Club level is worth visiting, lots of memorabilia and things to look at!
  • AskMen
    AskMenApril 15, 2011
    The great thing about doing business in the Bay is someone always has tickets. The views are some of the best in the city, and they are great for taking photos with fellow fans.
  • Jonathan T.
    Amazing venue, have a walk round the stadium to get some picture perfect views. Watch out with the price of beer and food, it's very expensive! Great experience though
  • Rob R.
    Rob RayNovember 22, 2011
    Home of the SF Giants! Do yourself a favor and sit in the left field bleachers for the best experience. If you can't swing it, don't worry as there really aren't any bad seats in the house.
  • James S.
    James StapletonMarch 31, 2013
    There are a very limited number of s'more panini's (peanut butter, chocolate, marshmallow) per fame available at the 1B Carvery at section 110. These are intense, so find a partner to share it with.
  • Jason L.
    Jason LiAugust 24, 2012
    Great fan experience and I would avoid the bleacher sections if wearing visiting team apparel since it can get rowdy. Overall, the fans are great and plenty of entertainment between innings.
  • Nymo
    NymoMarch 28, 2010
    Want the park "all to yourself"? The Coca-Cola Fan Lot is open year-round to the public for free when there's no game/event. Take a good look around, go down the Coke slide & more! Great for families! Read more
  • SFist
    SFistAugust 3, 2014
    Snap a keepsake photo next to the skyline and the World's Largest Baseball glove, and if you're in the park after daytime games on Sundays, take the tots out on the field to run the bases for real. Read more
    Upvoted 2 weeks ago
  • Steven
    StevenMay 12, 2015
    Crab Sandwiches, Cha Cha Bowls ( get extra chicken), Chicago Dogs, Carmel Popcorn, Chicken Fingers/w Garlic Fries, Irish Coffees from the full bars around the park.
  • Allison K.
    Allison KaminskiSeptember 5, 2015
    Awesome view and awesome food!! They have people selling chocolate that walk up and down the aisles like beer guys!! Too funny!
  • K12 Inc
    K12 IncJune 30, 2011
    Did you know? Founded in 1883 in New York, the Giants were originally called the Gothams. It’s said the name was changed when Jim Mutrie, the team’s first manager, shouted "My big fellows! My giants!" Read more
  • Matthew N.
    Matthew NashFebruary 23, 2014
    Go early to watch BP best time to interact and get autographs from the players and coaches. Be sure to get the garlic fries. Club level is the best seats
  • Joey B.
    Joey BakerAugust 7, 2009
    Awesome stadium, if you sit in the lowest section, there's a great food+beer joint at the corner of the park at ground level. Also: you can enter through there and avoid the lines
  • Julia K.
    Julia Kate1 week ago
    What a cool tour! This place makes you feel like the Giants is a family which is lovely. Wouldn't pay for a box, the lounges weren't fancy for the price tag. Definitely sad I missed a game by 1/2 hr
  • Cory O.
    Cory O'BrienJanuary 20, 2012
    Make sure to catch a game when the Giants are in town. This is one of the best ballparks in the country, and worth a trip just to see the sights and sample the food.
  • JH L.
    JH L1 week ago
    Do the ballpark tour! Very informative and you will get a chance to take a photo at the dugout.One of the most beautiful classic ball parks!
  • Fast Company
    Fast CompanyFebruary 14, 2011
    This is one of the MLB's tech-savviest destinations: Pitchers wear motion-sensor suits to evaluate their technique, and management uses specialized software to adjust ticket prices based on demand.
  • Tony X.
    Tony XerrayMay 23, 2013
    Emmitt gives the best tours, but... LETS GO METS! LETS GO METS! LETS GO METS! LETS GO METS! LETS GO METS! LETS GO METS! LETS GO METS! LETS GO METS! LETS GO METS! LETS GO METS! LETS GO METS! WOOOOO!!!!
  • Mazda
    MazdaOctober 27, 2010
    It's more american than apple pie but that doesn't make it any less glamorous! Fear the beard and root on the Giants tonight by the Bay in one of the most beautiful ballparks in the world.
  • Andy A.
    Andy AndersonMay 2, 2010
    There is a great European microbrew selection at Public House. You can bring food and beer from the restaurant. You can also go out during the game and bring beet back in
  • Travel + Leisure
    Travel + LeisureSeptember 30, 2014
    Save time with a pre-game beer (or meal) at Public House. Their "secret entrance" gets you into the ballpark much faster than lining up outside. Read more
    Upvoted 2 weeks ago
  • Nymo
    NymoMarch 28, 2010
    No ticket to the game? Go around to the back along the water and, if it's not a busy game, you can watch the pros play ball right at ground-level w/out having to drop a dime. Time limits may be placed
  • Rachel M.
    Grab your crazy crab sandwich before heading to your seats. The view is so amazing from any seat in the house, you will never want to leave
  • Helen Z.
    Helen ZhangSeptember 17, 2011
    DO NOT LEAVE UNTIL THE LAST PITCH IS THROWN. If it's your first time, grab a beer and try the garlic fries. Otherwise, I HIGHLY recommend the crab sandwich from Crazy Crabz. It's pricey, but deeeelish
  • Brian S.
    Brian StraussAugust 18
    Certainly one of the best parks in all of MLB. Live in the East Bay? Take the ferry directly to ball park to avoid the congestion.
  • ScottySauce
    ScottySauceAugust 15, 2011
    Look for that great seat right at the very front of the foul poll in right field as it gets me every time. This is by far my favorite seat in the entire place.
  • Anton S.
    Anton ShusterOctober 11, 2015
    The best situated baseball stadium. If you don't like the game, you get an amazing view of the bay. The Crazy Crabz sandwich is tasty.
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