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Review of AT&T Park

AT&T Park
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$71.00*
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Ranked #18 of 575 things to do in San Francisco
Certificate of Excellence
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Owner description: Home of the San Francisco Giants Major League baseball team.
Reviewed August 21, 2011

As a Phillies' Phan, we loved the park and the food there was great and the phans were very nice---- the only thing is once you go over the bridge----you'll know when you get there---all parking is $30!!!!(and no tailgating---not that we would think of it)

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Reviewed August 20, 2011

Great baseball venue for watching anywhere in the park and perfectly situated for maximum view of bay.

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Reviewed August 15, 2011

My partner and I went here August 10th for the San Francisco vs Pittsburg game. We were told to go early - which we were happy we did. Game started at 12:45pm we were there for 12:00 There is a bar accross the street where I bought a Giants T-shirt, as well as a kiosk in the park itself which is a bit more legit, We bought a baseball hat and another T-shirt there.
For a wednesday, in the middle of the day - the park was PACKED! These people love their baseball, almost everyone had some sort of Giants gear on. The mega tron said over 42,000 people were at that game! The vibe, the atmosphere, everything was just amazing. People were so friendly.
We had club seats, we only paid 65.00 each for, and we figured there were the second best seat option in house. Our level had our own beer, food stands so the lines weren't ever too long.
We each had a sangria, which was amazing, and a few beers. it was 18.00 a round, but that's to be expected at any major league game.
After the game, everyone goes back to the pub across the street, to stand out on the patio for a beer. The drinks were cheap there - they had a homemade shot for 3.00!
Again, the atmosphere was great here, we met quite a few people, and end up staying there til around 10pm

If you are going to San Francisco, you MUST go to a Giants game. I am not a baseball fan, by any means but its an experience of a lifetime

1  Thank SarahhEdmonton
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Reviewed August 13, 2011

The park is HUGE and full of entertainment. I mean the big screen, food and drink. Although the Giant is famous, baseball is still the slowest sport ever! It is like 20 people play a game of chess for hours. Americans come here to relax, get fat and have fun.

Recommended! (try even if you are not into baseball)

1  Thank Cuong_Duc_Pham
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Reviewed August 13, 2011

Hand dipped carmel corn. Tortellini and meatballs. Old fashioned root beer. Amazingly energetic fans. An older looking and older feeling brand new ball park right on the waterfront. If you are not a baseball fan, go here. You will love it. But dress warm - summer nights can be downright freezing as this is the coldest part of the summer. April and September are the best. Food is amazing everywhere in the stadium. Go behind centre field before the game and enjoy clam chowder. Enjoy a Ghiridelli sundae with their famous chocolate fudge (first base side near the end).

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