Fun to watch a game. If you get there early, you can enjoy walking around and taking in the view and people watch
You do not need to be a Giants fan to enjoy the ball park! Tickets are a little pricy, but it's a great stadium and lots of good food to enjoy. I recommend the garlic fries! We get that every time. There is no need to drive there, best to take the BART train or bus or street car in.... More
With all the orange and black seen, the cheers and spirits around this ballpark, (and the good food), this is a happening place. When the games are over, people are seen walking down the Embarcadero in the hundreds. This ballpark has been the focal point of key victories for this organization and symbolic celebrations. I will warn visitors to go... More
this park is built for people. It's not a hugh concrete complex. Its so people friendly to walk, around and inside. The food choices are top tier and the water views from the stands are breath taking. The staff are super friendly and afterwords there are many excellent restaurants with a block or two. Or day or night right across... More
I know some of you might think your local diamond is the best but see ours and then make your decision. If your not in the baseball it's still a fun place to visit. Don't wear shorts to a night game and take a coat anytime you visit. This is a city where the weather changes fast, locals call it... More
We love AT&T park here in the Bay Area, it's location on the bay with gorgeous views and often great weather, the great food, crab sandwiches and garlic fries, the big glove and Coca Cola bottle for kitsch, it all gives the park a great feel be it for ballgames or seeing the Rolling Stones perform!
Home of the Giants! One of the best ballparks. Great location in the City. Have experienced sitting at bleachers, nose bleeds sections, lower level, club level, to the luxury suites. Needless to say the luxury suites is the best way to go! Best garlic fries! Great food outlets.
If you're a baseball fan, this is a fantastic place to watch the game. Lot's to do inside the ballpark, great (albeit costly) food and drinks at a variety of vendors, and don't forget to hit Momo's on the way in, or out, just North of the ballpark across the street from left field!
We attended a game here last year and it was a great park. There were lots of food choices to select from. I enjoyed that it was right next to the water and I could get a good view of the Bay Bridge lit up at night. It got chilly but overall a good experience. The only negative would be... More
More food choices than the average ball park. Fantastic fans - excited but not obnoxious. Clean attractive stadium. Not perfect sight lines but good. Staff was well-organized and pleasant. Just wear something warm! We went on a really nice sunny day - I thought I was silly to bring a toque, scarf, windbreaker in April but I ended up wearing... More
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