A new Giants baseball season at AT&T Park means another update to unique food offerings, with an emphasis on all things local. Here’s what you can look forward to after the Giants hit the field on Opening Day in San Francisco on April 10.
The Organic Coup, Section 134
AT&T Park will be the first baseball stadium to offer a menu featuring all USDA Certified Organic options with the addition of regional chain The Organic Coup. Look out for the crispy fried chicken sandwich, which brings just the right amount of heat with spice-infused batter and seasoned cabbage slaw. Jalapeños are optional for fans who want to take it up a notch and there’s organic beer or lemonade, with or without a vodka enhancement, to help cool the burn.
CREAM, Section 130
Cue up a Wu-Tang classic on your game-time playlist for this local favorite making its debut at the ballpark. CREAM (Cookies Rule Everything Around Me) takes ice cream sandwiches to the next level with a brain-freezing variety of cookie, ice cream and toppings options. Check out the shop on 16th and Valencia if you can’t wait for first pitch.
SF Soup Company, Section 113
Suggest SF Soup Company for lunch the next time you’re looking for a code word and an excuse to cut out of work early for a day game. The FiDi lunchtime favorite finds a new home at AT&T Park this season with a variety of soup and salad options, including clam chowder and chili for those bone-chilling nights at the yard.
The Cove, Virgin America Club Level
The Bay Area’s poke craze arrives at the ballpark with The Cove on the Virgin America Club Level. Find your favorite combo and check out other seafood favorites, including popcorn shrimp, shrimp cocktail, shrimp po-boys and crab.
Mission Street Taqueria, Promenade Level
Burrito bowls, with meat and toppings options, are making their way into AT&T Park thanks to the addition of Mission Street Taqueria, a homage to the San Francisco hood.
Other food highlights at AT&T Park:
Tony’s Slice House, Section 103: The award-winning North Beach slice is back for a fourth season with a new addition to its lineup—a supreme pizza slice with sausage, pepperoni and fresh vegetables.
Farmers, Centerfield: AT&T Park’s organic garden is put to good use with salads, soups and cocktails behind Centerfield wall.
McCovey’s BBQ, Section 110: Dig into Big Stretch hot links, pulled pork and Beecher’s macaroni and cheese.
Zach’s Deli, Field Club Level: New York style pastrami, turkey, beef brisket and corned beef sandwiches.
Gilroy Garlic Fries, Promenade Level: Because no trip to AT&T Park is complete without them.