While AT&T Park has proven to have plenty of foodie options within its premises, if you want to celebrate a victory after the next Giants game, or catch up around a table, then you’ll need to search the neighborhood. Luckily, Mission Bay and the streets around the venue host some of the city’s coolest restaurants and cafes. Here are some spots that are sure to be home run.



No matter how many fancy hamburger joints pop up on the streets of San Francisco, the Marlowe burger always reigns supreme. Surrounded by chic white tile and a joyful atmosphere, Marlowe’s food is exactly what a post-game gang needs, from the winning fries to said hamburger. And to truly toast in style, order a round of the Cleavers or the Hoes, depending on the mood.

500 Brannan Street 


The casual SoMa Mexican spot serves loaded tacos, beer-coated fried chicken sandwiches and other legitimate game day fare—all with a side of laid-back, decidedly un-trendy attitude. Sit by the big wooden counters, order something messy and chase it with a large beer. No need for mixology cocktails here.

475 3rd Street


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Cafe Reveille 

Cross the bridge into Mission Bay, and you’re in Instagram foodie heaven. Reveille, one of the city’s most photogenic spots also happens to do food exceptionally well, and it fits nicely into a pregame meal with friends. Whether you’re into pink tables and white marble or not, do not overlook the delicious steak sandwich, the creative riff on Caesar salad and, of course, the life-giving coffee drinks.

610 Long Bridge Street

The American Grilled Cheese Kitchen

On the outskirts of the ultra-cute South Park (yes, San Francisco has its own) the cheesy, sizzling sandwiches of the Kitchen are favored by office lunch-goers, but also provide great fuel for an upcoming game. Among the endless, oozing options, the avocado cheese toast is a winner, and so is the juicy Reuben Adams, which is a good option for the truly hungry.

1 South Park Street


Feeling festive? Head to Rooh, the gorgeous Indian spot that shares its building with Dropbox. The decor is elaborate and colorful, and so is the menu. The best game plan is to order an array of spicy, clever appetizers, such as the Dahi Puri, whipped potatoes with yogurt and avocado, and the Paneer Chili, and follow with a few cocktails. The Happy Hour, offering nibbles and drinks for $5-8 a piece, is also a good deal.

333 Brannan Street