Public House features one of the largest draft beer and cask ale offerings in San Francisco. Plus, you can bring them directly into the game through a special gate.
Want quality beer without the ballpark prices? Just ask the bartender for a plastic cup, and you can bring your Trumer into the stadium with you!
AT&T Park allows you to bring in your drink from Public House upon entry!
Wall of kegs.
Spiced lamb sliders, mac and cheese, and the "secret breakfast" ice cream make a great bar dinner. Oh and a big beer menu too
Skip on the Mac & Cheese.
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Best place to watch the ball game if you don't have tickets!
Mijita Nachos with chicken = excellent.
Always very nice about putting on a game that might not be on. Just ask!!
Despite being attached to AT&T park, this place has one of the best beer tap selections in San Francisco. Being able to grab a cup of some good craft and micro beer to take to the game is priceless.
Of the 24 weekly changing beers on tap, many are local brews and some are even custom-made.
Baseball and Burgers
Giants fan pro tip: get your beer in a plastic cup and you can bring it into the game! Choose from great local brews on tap like Racer 5 and Trumer Pils.
Best beer menu. Ask the bartenders for recommendations. Don't order bud or coors from the craft bar. They will mock you.
I dare you to find 60" flat screens anywhere else in the city. And don't say Jillian's.
Great place to watch a football game without a thousand people bumping into you. Buffalo wings = glorious. Get them. And a great selection of stouts too!
Good luck finding a table, even hours before the game.
The Bratwurst FTW!
Sometimes there can be a giant line to get in before games. If you're really set on enjoying a beer, get here before the game crowd.
Eat some Kracker Jax. They made 7x7's list of top 50 treats in SF!!
Whoa! Big screens galore. Ideal place to watch any sports game, especially football!
The pulled pork sliders and Acme caramel pudding are pretty decent and the staff are very attentive. The onion rings can be a little tough if over battered though...
I don't know if it's always like this but I went there last Friday and last call was at 10p.
Go to the bar on the right as you come in for the local brews and casks
Don't come here unless you like $10 beers and having no personal space.
Weekend happy hour 4-6pm! (7 days/week, daily) except for Giants home games or special events. Half price bar bites like Mijita chicken nachos $6, $5 select drafts/wines, $5 well drinks, $3 cask ales
If you're going to the game on promo night, be sure to enter through a main gate before heading into Pub House for pre-game food & drinks.The entry to the park from the bar does not offer the promo.
Great. All the bartenders are awesome
Nice beer selection! Alaskan beer on tap...
Perfect pre-game spot for the Giants. Check out the dugout just around the corner for your gear, too!
You better leave a tip.
I didn't know Traci Des Jardins did Public House. Posh!
whenever the local team is away, its a nice enviroment, then again if there here, packed (duh) but u forget about it (cheers!)
You can get beer to go and enter the stadium from here...brilliant!
The onion rings are delish!
Do a shot of Fernet backed up by a pint of Racer 5 before the game! A DJ Static special
Get a racer IPA
Go flat iron steak no fries sub the broccolini it's amazing and Paleo yummy!
Don't have a tartare beer it's so sour!
Great "real ale"
Try the spicy bloody Mary.
Double check your bill. They might over charge you.