What to Eat at San Francisco’s AT&T Park, Home of the Giants

 May 11, 2017
Posted by jenn

The 2017 lineup adds The Organic Coup’s fried chicken, CREAM’s ice cream sandwiches and SF Soup Company’s Ladle & Leaf concept

San Francisco’s position as the country’s best food city and fine dining destination extends way beyond its restaurants— even our baseball stadium, AT&T Park, is renowned for its top notch dining options (not to mention its team, the three-time World Champion San Francisco Giants). Fans of baseball and food alike can enjoy some of the best the Bay Area has to offer between innings, from chefs like Traci Des Jardins (Jardiniere, The Commissary). Staying true to Northern California’s diverse array of cuisines, hungry fans will encounter everything from sushi and Chinese food to cheese plates and salads made from ingredients grown on the property. And, of course, plenty of tacos and burritos. Here’s everything you need to eat during 2017’s baseball season.

AT&T Park highlights

The Organic Coup

The Organic Coup’s fried chicken sandwichThe Organic Coup

New to AT&T Park this season, the Organic Coup will be serving its signature fried chicken sandwiches and tenders alongside tater tots and chocolate-drizzled caramel corn. They’re also adding ballpark-friendly beverages like organic IPA, Pilsner and Blonde beers, plus an organic lemonade and vodka. The startup is the first fast food chain to be 100% organic certified and currently has four locations in San Francisco (nine in the Bay Area), but if they hope to achieve their goal of overthrowing fast food, a new spot in Section 134 on the Promenade Level is not a bad place to start.

CREAM

Also new for 2017, ever-popular ice cream and cookies chain CREAM will debut a kiosk for their fresh-baked, cookie-based ice cream sandwiches. You can find CREAM (that’s: Cookies Rule Everything Around Me) in Section 130 on the Promenade level

Did you know that there is a culinary garden behind the centerfield wall? It serves as an educational tool for community children throughout the year, as well as provides the garden’s two concession stands, Garden Table and Hearth Table, with fresh produce during the season. They’ll be serving up flatbreads (including gluten-free options) from a pizza oven, smoothies, juices, sandwiches, salads and an antipasti bar. Beer, wine, strawberry smash bourbon punch and a variety of spa waters (like strawberry lavender) are also on offer. There’s also a picnic lawn, firepits and deck chairs for basking in the sun. [Lower Center Field]

Public House

Traci Des Jardins rules the roost around San Francisco (she’s basically taken over the Presidio with her restaurants), and that includes the ballpark. At Public House that means pork belly potato skins, Anchor Steam battered fish and chips, crab louie and ice cream from local favorite Humphrey Slocombe. There’s also a huge selection of craft beers on tap, and in bottles. Stop by on your way into the game, or swing by on an “away day” for some super discounts on eats and drinks during happy hour. [Willie Mays Plaza.

Crazy Crab’z

Fans have no problem standing in line for the Crazy Crab’z Dungeness crab sandwich, piled between two slabs of buttery, grilled sourdough for a decadent game-day treat. Feast on other fried seafood delights, plus clam chowder in a bread bowl, if crab doesn’t appeal. [Center Field]

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Orlando’s Caribbean BBQ

There’s no denying it: everyone loves the Cha-Cha Bowl at Orlando’s. It’s got rice, beans and choice of grilled chicken or pork carnitas, plus pineapple-zucchini salsa. It’s a hefty snack in the land of cotton candy and peanuts. They’ve also got jerk chicken nachos and fried pickle chips, plus mojitos and margaritas. [Promenade Level:142 and View Level:Section 314]

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Tony Gemignani’s Slice House

There are multiple ballpark outposts of Tony Gemignani’s original spot in North Beach, Tony’s Pizza Napoletana, serving cheese and pepperoni slices, or Sicilian deep dish slice topped with pepperoni, sliced meatballs, bacon, scallions and ricotta cheese. There is also a separate,full-scale slice house just down the street, offering the full pasta/pizza experience. [Promenade Level: Section 103, View Level: Section 314, Field Club Level]

Thanks SF Eater!

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