What to Eat @ AT&T Park, Home of the Giants


There’s no need to settle for a mediocre hot dog or an $8 Bud Light at AT&T Park. In keeping with SF’s foodie Mecca status, the Giants’ home club is generally considered to have some of the best stadium concessions in the country. While purists can still secure their peanuts and Cracker Jack, the food-savvy have options like rock-cod tacos from Mijita, panini filled with farmer’s market produce, Humphry Slocombe ice cream, and fresh strawberries with whipped cream. Even the humble hot dog gets an upgrade here, with a bacon-studded number from local butcher 4505 Meats at chef Traci Des Jardins’ Public House. As Friday’s afternoon home opener against the Cardinals approaches, we bring you our guide to the best eats in the ballpark, updated to reflect 2013’s vendor lineup.


What to Eat @ AT&T Park, Home of the Giants” was written by Chloe Schildhause, EATER.com


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