AT&T Park

Address: 24 Willie Mays Plaza, San Francisco, California

Latitude: 37.7786440

Longitude: -122.3893800

Time Zone: Pacific Standard Time

Categories: Activities, Dining, Attraction

Tags: Family, $$, Outdoors

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AT&T Park is one of the nicest baseball stadiums in the country. Its situated right along San Francisco's waterfront in the heart of SOMA. Its a very modern stadium yet has a classic 'old time' feel to it. As stadiums go, AT&T Park offers a great food. The menu is eclectic, serving everything from hotdogs and burritos to sushi and salads. That said, bring a full wallet as its not cheap! While I'm not a fan of the San Francisco Giants, I can't help but enjoy going to AT&T Park for a game. Its that nice of a stadium!
I love to go here during a warm afternoon and grab street food from the concessionaires. Hot Dogs, Beer, Peanuts...my kinda food! Plus you get to spend a very enjoyable afternoon in the sun (frequently...but not guaranteed). Plan on buying tickets in advance but always go with a warm set of clothes just in case it becomes foggy.
AT&T park is home of the Giants, San Francisco's baseball team, and it overlooks the bay. It's right along the Embarcadero in San Francisco and there are baseball games there, but also other events. If you're a sports fan I definitely recommend coming here to catch a game. Just make sure to bring a jacket because it's quite windy, being right on the water.
AT&T Park is one of the most beautiful baseball parks in the country. Here is where the San Francisco Giants play visiting teams right at the edge of the Bay before up to 45,000 fans. The park, which features gourmet food, as well as typical stadium fare, features a fabulous children's area, spectaculars views of the Bay and even walk up and watch areas. Parking is at a premium because this is one park where you can come by public transportation...including the ferry! It is located in the emerging South Beach area of the City at 3rd & King. Tours are available and the park is used during the off-season as a venue for concert and corporate parties.

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