San Francisco Giants Game

San Francisco Giants Game

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24 Willie Mays Plaza
San Francisco
CA
94107
South Beach
(415) 972-2298

Even though they keep changing the name, AT&T Park is one of the best spots to enjoy an afternoon in all of California. There are a myriad reasons to bring your crew to a Giants game. Among others, the team is the 2010 World Champs and AT&T Park features gorgeous views of the Bay and downtown to enjoy while you soak up the competitive sports action and munch on surprisingly good food. Of course, the prospect of drinking Gordon Biersch beer during the day doesn’t hurt either! Another option is an Oakland A’s game, which can be cheaper and is a bit more off the beaten track but then you have to high tail it to Oakland, which is a chore. If it’s fall/winter and you need a sports fix, feel free to check out the 49ers or Golden State Warriors.

Venue Tip: 

AT&T Park offers group seating discounts and there are tickets usually available either at the box office or online. Decide how much you want to spend in conjunction with where you want to sit and do a little research ahead of time. StubHub is a great place to do your research on which seats offer the best view.

The Good: 
There are terrific pre- and post-drinking options all over the place. We suggest you pregame across the street at Pete’s and post-game, walk around (or take the trolley) to the Embarcadero til you hit Pier 23 (a bar on the water).
The Bad: 
If you hit a night game (and occasionally at a day game) it can get chilly, particularly in the summer. So dress in layers and enjoy some garlic fries and a beer to keep you warm.
Vote Up/Down:
Vote Up/Down

Price: $$

Accepts Credit Cards: Yes.

Reservations Needed: For premium seats in a block, definitely. You can always take your chances with bleacher seats bought on the day of the event though.

What to Bring: Hat, sunscreen, and sunglasses if it's warm; coat and scarf if it's typical San Francisco weather.