New Foodie Options at AT&T Park
Giants' Pablo Sandoval may be on fire now that he's put his former Buca di Beppo-loving ways behind him, but that doesn't mean you have to give up indulgences on game days. In fact, there are several new things to try out at the next home game—and we're not just talking Gilroy garlic fries, peanuts and Cracker Jacks. Take a look.
1058 Hoagie - From the brilliant man who brought you The Deli Board's Munsoned smoked brisket sandwich deliciousness, comes a new pop-up sandwich delivery service that will actually bike-messenger a hoagie to you on the sidewalk outside AT&T Park. The schedule posts on Facebook and usually coincides with game days. The minimum $20 is well worth it because you won't find a sub this good anywhere once inside AT&T's hallowed walls.
Public House - Now that Traci Des Jardins has new chef Chris Wade on board, there are more portable foods to carry through their sort-of-secret entrance to the park. Think 4505 Meat sliders, soft pretzels inspired by his time spent cooking in Philadelphia, and—possibly his most genius move yet— mac and cheese made portable by encrusting "bites" in potato chips before frying it up into crisp little balls.
Ghirardelli Square South - A new danger zone for sweet-toothed baseball fans, Ghirardelli is now offering hot fudge sundaes, waffle cones, cookies and brownies off Left Field. For chillier days, there is also hot cocoa.
For a full map of all AT&T park food possibilities, take a look at this page of thier website.
What's your favorite new thing to eat at AT&T Park? Share away in the comments.