Third and Townsend streets, San Francisco, CA 94103
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The name may be different but game remains the same. Formerly Pac Bell Park and SBC Park, AT&T Park is the first privately ... More
AT&T Park - Home of the Giants
The name may be different but game remains the same. Formerly Pac Bell Park and SBC Park, AT&T Park is the first privately financed ballpark in Major League Baseball since Dodger Stadium (1962), the Giants' new home features an inspiring nine-foot statue of America's greatest living ballplayer, Willie Mays, at the public entrance; home runs that splash into McCovey Cove (named after another Hall of Fame Willie); an 80-foot Coca-Cola bottle with playground slides and miniature SBC Park behind left field that has become a magnet for kids of all of ages; and mass public transit that rivals any sports complex in the world.
The view of The Bay is awesome, and the stadium itself has a lot of character. It goes beyond merely seating for baseball fans, and becomes an experience in and of itself. They even offer a free view of the game for those unlucky enough not to get tickets.
The only downside is the San Francisco prices on everything. You will leave with a lighter wallet.
The stadium is laid out well and sign posted fairly well. The food stands are always busy and it takes a very long time to get served, but the selection of foods is pretty good. The seating is a little cramped, but not too bad.
There is a great area at the back of the park for kids and this area is actually a little less crowded than the main bleachers.
Parking is pretty close, but not well sign posted which can make some areas hard to find/get to.
i'm no baseball fan, so the atmosphere of a ball park is of paramount importance to me. give me some tasty dogs and a nice place to sit and look around, and i'm sold. sbc (formerly pacbell) park is a beautiful facility: new, and ultra-comfortable. i've heard there isn't a bad seat in the house. lots of food choices, and yes, the requisite dogs are pretty great!
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