AT&T has the best location and amenities period (http://sanfrancisco.diarystar.com/att-park/)
PacBell Park, SBC Park and finally AT&T Park have been its names, but McCovey Cove, the “Splash Hits” and the breathtaking views of San Francisco Bay make AT&T the best park in America.
Along with the progressive Giants marketing department and a location near Silicon Valley, the Giants try and give you everything and make you feel at home. Enhanced by the Giants relatively recent 2010 World Series title, the Giants sell out AT&T park almost every night, but tickets are still attainable.
The field seats are great. But if you want a view of McCovey Cove, the Bay Bridge and the Oakland Coliseum, I would advise sitting in the second deck looking out toward right field.
Other attractions in the park include the Giant Coca-Cola bottle slide, the 26-feet high by 30-feet wide baseball glove and the little Giants field.
If you can’t get in, venture to the south side right-field wall and get a peek through one of the four portholes.
The only complaint here is parking. You better get here early enough to get a spot or you can hop on the fan-friendly Muni transit system.
Can’t miss food choice: Orlando’s (named after Giants great Orlando Cepeda) Cha-Cha Bowl, an order of Gilroy garlic fries and a Speakeasy Prohibition Ale.
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