San Francisco Giants Game
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- 98%Family Travelers
- 52%Business Travelers
- 51%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 51%History Buffs
- 51%Art & Design Lovers
Member Reviews (30)
- San Francisco Giants GameSep 13, 2013
This is a wonderful time for the entire family for sure. I have always loved going to baseball games since I was a kid with my dad and it will always remind me of him. When I was younger going to a game was all about trying to gat autographs from my favorite player and trying to get that homerun ball. Well I have had my share with both ad these days I enjoy relaxing at the games and eating alot of the fantastic food. These days the games can get pretty boring but this park is full of great things to do, fantastic fans and a whole lot of energy to get you right back in the Giants mood!Recommended for:Family Travelers
- San Francisco Giants GameNov 21, 2012
Gotta hit up a Giant's game if it's baseball season. This is one of the most beautiful ballparks in the country. Buy tix on stubhub.com as Giant's games are pricey! Look our for all the 20-somethign bandwagon fans that just go to games to get drunk and party!
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- San Francisco Giants GameSep 11, 2012
I love AT&T park. It's so easy to navigate through the park, even when it's crowded, you don't feel like it's crowded. At least the lines move, and there's enough vendors there so that it doesn't take long to get your food or drinks. Every seat is a good seat in the stadium, and the backdrop during a day game is beautiful of the ocean. There's a lot of crowd engagement they do at the games, so it's always fun! Getting to AT&T park is easy with Bart, Caltrain, Muni, or even parking. Best of all, you feel safe there. Definitely my favorite games to go to in the Bay Area! Catch one if you can!
- San Francisco Giants GameMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 6Jul 05, 2012
If you're into baseball or just like to relax and have a hotdog on a warm summer afternoon, head to the AT&T park and catch a game of Giants from the upper deck where you can see the Bay Bridge and the view of the bay! Enjoy!
- San Francisco Giants GameMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Jul 04, 2012
The Giant's stadium is one of the finest ballparks you will ever see and the fact that the Giants are the recent World Champs, means you should go catch a game if you can. You can try scalping tickets outside or along the Embarcadero, or purchase ahead of time, but if you are looking for a great deal take a look on Travelzoo - during the season they will price tickets for as low as $10. http://www.travelzoo.com/. Getting to the game is easy. Get to the Ferry Building by bus or BART and walk down the Embarcadero...grab some beers at Red's Java House along the way and then go have fun at the game.
- San Francisco Giants GameCommunity ManagerMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesBackpackers+ 4First to ReviewJul 04, 2012
The first time I was at AT&T Park, it had a different name and the surrounding neighborhood was still mostly covered in dirt. I was in an a cappella group in college that was asked to sing the National Anthem at a Giants vs. Dodgers game when Barry Bonds was still racking up hits for his world record. Chubby Checker was with us and we were shown on national television, so my parents could watch us on their then tiny black-and-white table-top television. We finished to a standing ovation while some people stood crying (it was right after 9/11). It was one of the greatest moments of my life, despite the fact that my parents mistook me for the tall white guy standing next to me.
I'll admit that I hadn't really been into baseball since I was living here as a kid. I recall wanting nothing more than a set of Giants batting gloves. I had no idea that I was in SF during the World Series (1989), only that I remembered choosing whether I liked the Giants or the A's more. But I moved to Hawaii, a state devoid of major league sports, and sort of fell off for awhile.
When I came back to the Bay Area almost two decades later, I lived in the East Bay and my then girlfriend, who was a huge A's fan, re-introduced me into the sport. But I couldn't really get into it. I didn't feel like I was part of the city that the team was representing. Sure, the games were alright, but I was apathetic for the most part (and, let's face it, the stadium there is gray and uninspiring).
Now, living in SF and desperately loving the city, I feel I have a real reason to follow a team legitimately for the first time since I was 7. So I went to the Dugout to pick up a shirt but couldn't find anything in my size, for I do not have the hefty midsection of the standard American. The lovely staff woman went back twice to the storage room and came back with a Lincecum shirt fresh from the box.
- San Francisco Giants GameJul 04, 2012
Talk about torture... SF Giants games are fantastic and most recently, real nail bitters! Start at the Public House, get a to go beer and wander into the park. Come hungry - the food is amazing and you'll find anything you'd like to eat (sushi, stir fry, brats, pizza, etc) or drink (beer, wine, cocktails). Pack layers - the park can get cold.