Home to more than just the San Francisco Giants, the AT&T Park also houses some of the most delicious ballpark food known to baseball fans around the country. While the Giants are the main attraction to heading out to AT&T Park, the food comes a close second with entrees and snacks crafted by seasoned chefs and even a hidden farm to table initiative found hidden in the stadium walls. Take a look at our top picks when it comes to the top five foods you have to try at AT&T Park.
1. Garden Table and Hearth Table
True to San Francisco nature, these two stands offer a farm to table take on ballpark food. Serving up delicious meals and drinks made with fresh vegetables and fruit from the garden behind the center field wall. This is possibly one of the most unique features offered by a food vendor as of yet. They will be serving a variety of foods and mouth watering eats, but arguably one of the fans top favorites is the Porchetta Sandwich.
2. Rich Table
Rich Table makes a mean doughnut quite unlike anything you have ever tasted. Forgoing the traditional pastry and creating their own take on things, they have masterfully crafted the Porcini Doughnut. This extremely popular dessert is served alongside a mouthwatering Raclette dipping sauce.
3. Public House
If you are looking for a gourmet take on ballpark food, look no further than Public House. They have all their bases covered when it comes to their famous nachos, taking a baseball tradition and making it a delicacy. These nachos can be optionally topped with or without chicken and then served with jack cheese, poblano peppers, salsa, beans, crema, and topped with famous California guacamole. You won’t ever want to miss another Giants game again at AT&T Park when these nachos are up for grabs at Public House.
4. Crazy Crab’z
Fans crave the Dungeness crab sandwich served fresh at Crazy Crab’z. Never a disappointment, this sandwich is composed of a huge pile of fresh crab on butter slicked sourdough bread and grilled to perfection. Arguably some of the best seafood in the area, this food vendor lives up to the Bay Area’s expectations without a doubt.
Head on over to Orlando’s if your looking to check out the notorious “Cha-Cha Bowl”. A far cry from the traditional ballpark hot dog, the cha-cha bowl is a robust mixture of grilled chicken (or pork carnitas), beans, rice, and unique pineapple-zucchini salsa. A tropically infused Mexican dish, this is a hit at AT&T Park.